Recipes

Crispy Sticky Tofu
This is one of my faves! I love it because of how versatile this is. You can eat this with rice, in a veggie bowl, in a wrap or even by itself!! Trust me on this one, it’s super easy and super delicious! (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Scrambled Tofu
If you don’t know what to eat for breakfast or lunch or dinner – this one is a banger! Slap this on a peice of toast or wrapped inside a breakfast burrito. It’s quick, easy and super delicious! (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Veggie Dumplings
After moving to Melbourne, I was introduced to the concept of “Pissy Dumplings” or “Drunklings”. Basically, you, along with a group of friends, head to a BYO (alcohol) Chinese restaurant as a way to celebrate anything at all. I don’t drink so I just go to stuff my face with dumplings. This recipe is me trying to remake some of the dumplings I have devoured (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Thai Green Curry
This is probably one of the first dishes that made me fall in love with the culinary world. I first learnt to make it when I was pretty young. It is so simple to make and it forces you to eat your veggies!! Thai food has always been my comfort food and it is one of the most accesible cuisines for vegans. If you are a beginner, make sure you give this recipe a go! (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Truffle Edamame
Edamame is my fav snack and I really wanted to kick it up for a lunch party I had. Edamame packs a lot of protein along with being rich in vitamins and minerals. Super simple, cheap and quick to put together. Definitely try it out if you are looking to entertain guests! (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Baked Sweet Potato Fries
I could destroy a bowl of sweet potato fries on any given day. However, it may not necessarily be good for me. This forced me to come up with a healthier version for me to enjoy. The recipe is gluten-free, oil-free and 200% guilt-free! (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Fresh Gnocchi
What I love about traditional Italian cuisine is the focus on quality of ingredientes rather than the quantity of ingredients. Having grown up with Indian cooking, this was difficult to understand. However, over time, I have learnt to appreciate the the role of each ingredient in a dish. Every ingredient here is the star. I hope you enjoy making it! (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).
Bang Bang Cauliflower
This is honestly such a classic. I am not a big cauliflower fan so when I say that this is an amazing recipe, you better believe it. The method is fairly simple, healthy and it is sure to wow guests as an entree while they wait for the main course. (Click on “Print Recipe” to access the recipe).