Deliciously Colorful Root Salad

Beets! Beets! Beets! They are so beautiful, and they are just coming in season in Montreal. They are so wonderfully sweet and crunchy; they are the best addition to any salad! I love that I can find different colors to add some ‘wow’ to simple dishes. Beets are not only beautiful, they are also veryContinue reading “Deliciously Colorful Root Salad”

Pulled Jackfruit and Turmeric Tostadas

I was really craving pancakes yesterday, but I didn’t feel like making a sweet recipe. This is what I came up with! The pancakes are crispy on the rims and tender in their centers. The paprika flavour of the pulled jackfruits is sweet and slightly spicy. Of course, the texture of this is quite incredible.Continue reading “Pulled Jackfruit and Turmeric Tostadas”

Lettuce Wedge Salad

Summer is back in Montreal and with the temperatures rising, all I want to eat is salad. At some point though you start getting tired of salads. That’s when I stumbled upon pictures of really cute lettuce wedge salads. I had to try it out! This is perfect as you can customize it to addContinue reading “Lettuce Wedge Salad”

Zucchini lasagna with cashew cream

Yesterday at the market, I found some beautiful zucchinis that I really wanted to cook today. I decided to try out making zucchini lasagna: you use thin zucchini slices instead of pasta. Sounds good, right? This is a fun recipe because you can really decide on what you want to add as your layers. IContinue reading “Zucchini lasagna with cashew cream”

Simple Pasta Salad

This is the perfect recipe if you want something simple and delicious for dinner, and for the next day. It’s perfect when just cooked, but it makes for a perfect lunch or picnic addition. You probably have all the ingredients already in your kitchen, so it’s perfect if you don’t know what to cook andContinue reading “Simple Pasta Salad”

Purple Cabbage Salad, Jenny Mustard inspired

For the last few days, I have been binge-watching Jenny Mustard’s incredible videos. If you haven’t stumble upon her, you need to do this right after you’re done with my recipe! Her recipes are amazing, she has great minimalism tips, and I just love her pictures and esthetics! This morning, I stumbled upon an amazingContinue reading “Purple Cabbage Salad, Jenny Mustard inspired”

Simple sweet potato gnocchi and lazy rosé sauce

Yesterday I realized that we had some beautiful potatoes that were starting to sprout in your pantry. It was time I took action and transform these beauties in something good! I wanted to try out something new, and so I went for gnocchi. I don’t have any experience in eating or making gnocchi but, afterContinue reading “Simple sweet potato gnocchi and lazy rosé sauce”

Lazy faux-falafel collard wrap

When I came back home today, I was craving falafels. However, the warm weather makes baking falafel completely out of the question. So, I made a thick and chunky hummus that I used on some fresh collard greens. The result: the great falafel’s taste in a fresh and crunchy wrap. Perfect for summer! Here isContinue reading “Lazy faux-falafel collard wrap”

Basil One Pot Pasta

It’s been very warm in Montreal these last few days, and so we have been eating salads after salads. Tonight though, I wanted something else. I thought I would try out the one-pot pasta that has been everywhere. This was perfect: one pot, delicious flavours and only one skill required: dumping. That’s my kind ofContinue reading “Basil One Pot Pasta”

Jackfruit Tuna Sandwich

When I was a kid, most of my lunches were cheese sandwiches. Very simple and easy to make, they were a staple in my lunch box. However, from time to time, my mom would whip-up the most delicious tuna salad sandwich: tuna, mayo, mustard and cilantro leaves. On those days, I couldn’t wait for lunchContinue reading “Jackfruit Tuna Sandwich”