A new instant classic for me.
A new instant classic for me.
A fun twist on an old classic with a creamy, almost dripping center.
Hard to beat this dish in term of comfort food and so quick and easy when you’re using an Instant Pot.
This recipe could be easily converted in a stove top version if you don’t have an Instant Pot, it will only takes a little longer.
I own the 7in1 duo mini Instant pot and it’s what I used for this recipe.
This deserves to be in the #NoRecipe section even if there’s still a minor mix of flavours that needed to be written. Too often I skip breakfast and end up making a fully loaded brunch sandwich so this was today’s.
Every time I get the chance to eat at ChezBong in Chinatown, the Korean green onion pancakes is something I almost always order. What’s being presented to you, today, isn’t an authentic Korean recipe but it’s been inspired by the savoury pancakes recipe you can find in Maangchi‘s cookbook. It’s been said on Twitch already but, thank you so much again to the sweet reader who bought me this book, so much deliciousness in there from such an incredible lady.
So here it is… my twist on the beloved Korean green onion pancakes made with homemade kimchi, lobster, grilled corn and the obvious: green onions.
My new obsession is those fancy breakfast bowls we can all admire on instagram. It’s not something new, I’m just late to the party.
Hours and hours “wasted” or “invested” looking at those edible art pieces until finally finding the motivation to make one. This is a savoury version with a creamy and garlic infused polenta dressed with green onions, Italian parsley, a sunny side up egg, grilled shiitake mushrooms & plantains. To complete the look, you top it with an oranges & tahini dressing that has a hint of harissa, soy sauce and honey.
The black sesame seeds are optional but they look pretty sooo… the choice is yours. Enjoy!
This is another amazing way to use the seitan we’ve created the other day.
Lately, it’s my go to sandwich at either breakfast (I ate one a few minutes ago), lunch or dinner when I don’t feel like breaking my head much and want something that will keep me full for hours. It’s honestly massive and kind of hard to bite through it but, obviously, nothing worth having comes easy in life right? XD
Joke aside, when I get sandwiches this high in restaurants, it makes giggle because there’s no way to look proper while eating this and it becomes a great exercise of “no giving a shit” because nobody looks cute trying open their mouth way too wide to fit an enormous sandwich in it. You clearly don’t have to make it that big but, like they say…. go big or go home!? XD
After throwing you in to the seitan world, it would be a good idea to give you a little inspiration on what you can make it it. If you’ve made a batch of my homemade seitan recipe already, this super quick pasta dish might be right up your alley. It literally took me under 20 minutes to get everything ready and it was also eaten in a record time.
Some things in life shouldn’t be complicated and this is the perfect example. Hope you enjoy this dish.
If you’re an adept of vegetarian or vegan dishes, you’ve probably came across seitan at least once in your life. It’s a very versatile animal free protein made with vital wheat gluten (basically straight gluten flour) and it can be flavoured countless of ways to make it taste like chicken, beef, unicorn (lol)…you name it.
This is my personal baked seitan recipe that I use in almost everything but, I don’t think I could classify the taste under “beef” or “chicken” because it really has it’s own flavour profile. It’s beyond amazing in a vegan gyros, in stir fry and even as a bacon replacement. You can freeze it easily and it will keep for a decent amount of time in the fridge. If you’ve already made a batch of my homemade vegetable broth, you’re already half way there for this one.
The classic way to make seitan is to boil it in the broth but I’ve had better results doing it this way because the end result is nice and soft compare to many other recipes out there who give you a very hard like rock seitan.
So let’s start!
Creamy, filling, satisfying, goodness *^_^*