Pandan Chiffon Cake

< 1 minute read We discovered pandan cakes in a recent Universal Yums box: it’s green, a little fragrant, and puffy as air. We wanted more, so ordered some pandan powder and searched for a recipe. Found this: I kinda winged it though: recipe said to use fresh pandan leaves, so I instead just soaked a lump of […]

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Chop Suey Recipe

< 1 minute read I mostly followed this recipe: Except I added a can of water chestnuts and a can of baby corn. I bought some BBQ pork from Chinatown today so didn’t bother adding the pork, instead had it meatless and had the meat on the side. Had it two cups of rice. It was pretty popular.

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Corn bread recipe

< 1 minute read We enjoyed this corn bread recipe, and it’s easy. Obviously goes well with chilli (onions, garlic, mushroom, beef, maybe some TVP, canned diced tomatoes, tomato pasta, chilli powder, salt, and the secret ingredients: a little cocoa and brown sugar.)

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Pumpkin Cookies

< 1 minute read We grew some awesome pumpkins this last year so I’m always on the hunt for interesting ways to use them. These cookies were soft and sweet and were pretty easy.

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Costco Shepherds Pie Recipe

< 1 minute read This recipe is based off one from Pinterest, which was based off Costco’s shepherds pie. Ingredients: Beer mixture: Other stuff: Cook all the beef mixture together with some oil or butter. Probably should cook garlic first for a minute until it starts to brown. Put in the beef mixture, then corn and peas, then mashed […]

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Hawaiian Haystacks Recipe

< 1 minute read Inspired by Ingredients: 2-3 chicken breasts,cut into 1 inch cubes Can of mushroom soup and milk (or, if you’re fancy, make yourself a roux) 1 clove of garlic 1 chicken bouillon cube 4 cups rice or so Can of pineapples 1 bell pepper, cut up onto 1 inch cubes A handful of cherry tomatoes […]

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Pumpkin Gnocchi

< 1 minute read Big hit this recipe: I usually double it, use cottage cheese instead of ricotta (because we just have it in hand more often), and use half mozzarella instead of Parmesan which makes it more creamy. Do it with a side of green salad (usually balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and some salt on lettuce) and […]

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Argentinian Empanadas

< 1 minute read This week’s universal Yums box focused on South America, so I decided to try something South American for dinner. I don’t know a lot of South American food, except ceviche, chimichurri, and empanadas. So I tried the last one. I based it off this recipe: The filling was a bit bland for me, so […]

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Korean Lettuce Wraps (“Bulgogi”)

< 1 minute read This was recommended to me as a way to use up kimchi. It’s very similar to Korean tacos, but the flavor reminded me more of a Korean bbq. Here’s the recipe: I adjusted a little: Replaced “gochujang” with Thai red chili paste (it sounds like the same thing) Doubled the recipe to feed a […]

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Mike’s Zucchini Soup

2 minute read An original recipe of mine for using up zuchinnis which was a pretty big hit. What makes this recipe shine? The mirepoix gives a solid flavour base. Cream is what makes restaurant food better than yours. It has plenty of garlic. And the little bit of goat cheese gives it a fresh tang. No need […]

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