Chanced upon @tildarice ’s flavoured basmati rice sachets and was inspired to cook this tonight! 1 pkt Coconut Chilli Lemongrass Basmati Rice Coconut cream 2 tsp curry powder Lemongrass Squash, carrots, cauliflower, onions, green & purple kale, garlic and salt to taste! Wanted to post this while eating but it was so good I just … Continue reading A Perfect Winter Curry-Rice Pot! 🍲
So the Organic Mechanic had a potluck lunch today and I decided to bring something from home to the table. My parents visited me recently and left me some rice. I was gonna do a simple fried rice at first but then thought about a local Singaporean-Malaysian favorite I haven't had in ages - Nasi … Continue reading Singapore-Vegan ‘Nasi Lemak’
More kitchen experiments! 👨🏻🍳 First time cooking with Spelt Couscous - feel like it got dissolved in that veggie curry 😅 maybe I should’ve cooked it separately. For the curry, besides normal curry powder, I added some pineapple and squeezed a lemon in it. That extra acidity was pretty tangy! 🍋 Also did a leek n’ … Continue reading More Kitchen Experiments – Spelt Couscous, Tangy Curry, “Pineapple-Apple Danish”!
Tonight's dinner pot consisted of a Spelt-quinoa-bean-legume combo! The beans were going at a crazy reduced price and I ran out of spelt spaghetti so it's back to good old pre-soaked grains. I boiled and simmered these while washing and cutting up the cauliflower, fennel, cabbage, purple kale, onions, garlic and carrot. Adding 1.5tsp … Continue reading Spelt-Quinoa-Beans Dinner Pot!
These days, #winter makes me feel like having a hot bowl of veggies and noodles for dinner every night! 🍜 Since my autoimmune healing, I have been regularly eating spelt products according to the Saint Hildegard's Medicine and dietary protocol practiced by the Naturopath that treated me. I try to simplify things and cook it … Continue reading Hot Noodle Winter Soups!
This simple salad literally took me 2 mins to prepare! And I learnt that hummus makes such tasty salad dressings! 🥗😋 1. Pre-cut and washed coleslaw 2. Two kinds of hummus from the farmer’s market 3. Some lemons and herbs #2minsalad #homecookingmadeeasy #noexcuses (Instagram repost)
This morning I bumped into Papi (not his real name) at the Church's entrance and once again, it seemed like I was just there at the right time and place for he was looking for someone to help him climb up the ladder to change some light bulbs he had just bought. After that, he … Continue reading Unexpected Health Coaching