Fall weather is upon us and all everyone can think about is warm, comforting bowls of soup. So for you all, I’ve made a recipe that is sure to hit the spot! Miso Mushroom Soup, AKA Umami bomb! Using the fermented Japanese paste seasons the dish in addition to the meaty cremini mushrooms. Feel free to try different mushrooms such as portobello or adding a … Continue reading Miso Mushroom Soup
After watching the first episode of Fat, Salt, Acid Heat, I’ve had my mind set on making my own focaccia! As a fan of boulangerie, I knew that this task wouldn’t be as time-consuming or tedious as other baked goods such as sourdough or enriched breads. Continue reading “Buckwheat Fennel Focaccia”
Ingredients: 2 cup bread flour 1 cup black quinoa flour 1 1/2 tsp. salt 3/4 tsp. active dry yeast 1 3/4 cup warm water Method: In large bowl, mix all dry ingredients together. Add the warm water and mix until shaggy dough forms (adjust water or flour if too wet or dry). Cover bowl in plastic wrap and allow to rise overnight (I left it … Continue reading No-knead overnight quinoa loaf
The first cut is the deepest right? Unfortunately that was the case throughout my attempts at perfecting the hasselback butternut squash but not worries, this rosemary, thyme and garlic gourd can be save if served differently! So enjoy this meal that packs flavour and nutrients! Continue reading “Pear & ricotta toast with rosemary thyme hasselback butternut squash”
It’s summertime and the smell of roasted veggies is wafting in the air in the evenings. My favourite will always be roasted eggplants. I especially love using eggplant with flavours from Maghreb, including cumin, coriander, ginger and sweeter spices such as cinnamon and cloves. Continue reading “Moroccan Spiced Eggplant with Mint Sauce Verte”
Hey everyone, as you may have noticed, I haven’t been posting all that often.
Unfortunately, this may continue a little as I am now readmitted to McGill University in Nutrition.
I’m sure that my year off will serve its purpose as I attended and graduated from the Cordon Bleu culinary school. Continue reading “Time off”