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Hoisin Glazed Tofu in Miso Broth with Soba Noodles

Never underestimate the strength and benefits of local produce. Although I have in the not so distant past rambled on about the gorgeous ingredients I picked up at the vegetable market, I do not restrict this concept to fresh ingredients, but even to pantry staples. A lot of times, we tend to pick certain imported brands or products that we are familiar with, rather than its local counterpart or substitute, often because we focus on authenticity in flavour.

In the last few years, there has been an amazing growth of local brands selling stellar products not traditionally available here, ranging from perfectly portioned healthy snacks, freshly grated parmesan, fresh tofu, sparkling passionfruit juice, dried herbs and seasonings, freshly roasted coffee beans, you get the gist!

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Vietnamese Ricepaper Rolls

Traditionally Vietnamese Goi Cuon  are made using seafood or pork, but these vegetarian ones are gaining great popularity world over, specially as the summer months approach. These are time-consuming, but worth it, so enlist some help while assembling these little babies. You won’t regret it. Adapted from Easy Vegetarian, makes 12. Ingredients:                    1.            12 […] Read more…

Jack of All Traits

 I have a thorough decade old weakness towards Thai food. If I had to choose one cuisine I had to eat every day for the rest of my life, Thai would be right up there. There is something insanely gratifying and comforting about the clean yet complex dishes, bursting with flavour, yet not feeling as […] Read more…

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