Jaggery & Almond Oat Cookies

Happy fall all! With this change of weather, I’ve always found comfort in oatmeal cookies (raisins or chocolate). In order to make these as chewy as possible, I’ve introduced jaggery into the recipe. Just like brown sugar, this is aΒ  hygroscopic sugar, meaning that it absorbs water from its environment! That being said, make sure not to leave them out for too long if it’s … Continue reading Jaggery & Almond Oat Cookies

Roasted Sweet Potato Corn Chowder

The end of summer is upon us and I haven’t yet accepted that. To brighten my dinner (and lunches), I’ve decided to use a bright, fresh and seasonal ingredient: corn! Whether Peaches and Cream or Ambrosia, roasted, boiled, this vegetable has always reminded me of summer (though the season lasts until October here in Ontario). The versatility of the vegetable renders it perfect as a … Continue reading Roasted Sweet Potato Corn Chowder

No-knead overnight quinoa loaf

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

Pickled Red Onions

Bright and colourful foods seem to be all the rage nowadays! Following the trend, I made my favourite red onion pickles, slightly sweetened with honey and flavoured with coriander and peppercorns. These are delicious in sandwiches (as pictured), in salads, on tacos, or even alongside a charcuterie plate! This condiment is so versatile, you can incorporate it in so many recipes! Try them out! Continue reading “Pickled Red Onions”