A dish of korean inspiration! A delicious scallion pancake coloured green with spinach. This is a great way to add an extra portion of vegetables to your meal.
Sweet and savoury turmeric spiced cookies, are as delicious as they sound. These yellow treats will help brighten up cold, and grey winter days.
I did say I liked cooking by colour, this is what motivated this recipe.
Turmeric powder is often used as a dye for clothes, and thusly will make your cookies very yellow!
These cookies have the right amount of sweet.
I had some leftover spelt flour in my cupboard, a lonely portion that had been forgotten, hidden away under bags of rice flour. Of course, this recipe can be made without it, or by replacing it with whole wheat flour.
I suggest pairing these with tea, i always drink a ton of it come February. It's the toughest month to go through, temperature is still in the -15C average here in Montreal. Can't go grocery shopping without my hands and feet freezing over.
Hopefully these tea-side treats will help brighten your day!
Halloween is coming up, this blog has a lot of recipes that are perfect for it. Here is a short list of my favorite ones: Black yaki gyoza Basic black bread and Black pasta. Those recipes aren't holiday-specific, but these cute pumpkin cookies sure are! They're super soft, and easy to prepare.
Been a while since I've baked cookies. It being pumpkin season, the choice was obvious - pumpkin cookies it is.
These are perfect if you don't like sweet deserts, coconut sugar has a subtle and more complex taste. Coconut sugar will make your cookies a darker shade of orange, almost brown. I think it fits nicely with the toned-down color of the pumpkin seeds. If you want a bold orange color, use white cane sugar instead.