Soba Noodles with Sugar Snaps, Broccolini, Edamame and Tofu
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by Tash
1y ago
I just love soba. The slightly nutty flavour of buckwheat makes soba much more interesting than your average variety of packet noodles, and I find that they need very little dressing up at all. Paired with crunchy greens and a sticky ginger teriyaki tofu, this is fresh, summery and perfect for the currently soaring London temperatures. (Maybe less so for the wintery Canberra chill – sorry folks at home). I must confess that this started off as a one pot recipe in which the soba and greens are all cooked together, but I couldn’t resist the addition of tofu (a weakness of mine ..read more
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Vegan Chocolate Tahini Bites
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by Tash
1y ago
I used to think that butter and eggs were the foundation of a good baking recipe. Turns out, there’s lots of ways to bake in a healthier way. Like these absolutely delicious, fudgey, brownie-like vegan chocolate tahini bites. And healthy means that it is perfectly acceptable to eat as dessert everyday. Modelled off British bakery chain’s Gail’s version, these little bites are 20-minute wonders. They are incredibly simple, vegan, and can be made gluten free ..read more
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Five-ingredient strawberry galette
A Kitchen Cat
by Tash
1y ago
Have you seen the news? Here in Australia, people aren’t buying enough strawberries lately. Recent lockdowns have significantly reduced strawberry purchases as much as 50 per cent, forcing some farmers to sell below cost and others to spray out whole blocks of fruit. Strawberry farmers are pleading with Australians to take advantage of the low prices and buy them by the basketful. So, I thought I’d do my part by creating the easiest strawberry recipe I could – this five ingredient strawberry galette ..read more
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Dark chocolate and pear cake
A Kitchen Cat
by Tash
1y ago
This is my favourite cake ever. No really, I’ve baked many a cake in my day, but this one… this one I have baked once a fortnight over the past year. It’s made it to morning teas, dinner parties, brunch get togethers and sometimes just because I needed a cake to get me through the week. Doesn’t everyone? I’m not sure why it’s so addictive. Partly it’s the irresistible combination of bittersweet chocolate and pear which can tempt even the staunchest of dessert sceptics ..read more
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