Homemade General Tso's Chicken

Buddha's Delight (Lo Han Jai)

Buddha’s Delight or Lo Han Jai…the ultimate vegan stir fry with delicate flavors and wholesome goodness!...more

Stir-fried fiddleheads with shrimp & noodles

Ever since I was young, I’ve been obsessed with nature. I spent the better part of my childhood/young adulthood hunting for bugs, pressing leaves, watching birds, painting trees, photographing mushrooms, catching frogs, collecting seashells, turning my Polly Pockets into houses for ants (don’t ask about that one!). I even went to university intending to become a zoologist....more

Stir fried spaghetti

Living by myself, some years ago, I would try to spend as little time as possible in the kitchen on week days. Most dinners featured veg rice, pasta, tortilla (instead of roti/chapati) with curry or stir fried spaghetti. I do not remember how I came to this recipe but I made it quite often, altering the ingredients now & then.This is one of the quickest & simplest recipes! And totally customisable!Total time: 15 minutes...more

Stir fried taro root /colocasia

Shallow fried mildly spiced colocasia /Taro root ...more

Ginger Beef and Kelp Noodle Stir Fry

I’ve always wanted to eat Chinese food out of an oyster pail in New York City and pretend I’m Carrie Bradshaw....more

easy veggie stir fry

Time for another Recipeasy (my made up word for easy peasy recipes). As I previously mentioned, I'm always working to make more home cooked healthy meals. A big key is using more fresh food and veggies. So here's a super quick and easy way to make veggie stir fry with whatever you have handy....more

[Simple Korean] Chicken & veg mixed grill

Simple Recipe: Mixed grill of Chicken & Veg with soy sauce (serves 2)    Ingredients  400g of bonless skinless chi...more

Chicken, Asparagus and Mushroom Stir Fry


Chicken Almond Stir-Fry

I'm all about getting dinner made faster. As much as I love food and I love to cook, sometimes I just don't like the every day, "it's almost dinner time, what are we going to eat" thing! You would think as empty nesters that whole thing would get easier, but in fact I think it's gotten harder. I have gotten out of the routine of meal planning like I used to do when the kids were all at home, so I still deal with that last minute scramble of "What's for dinner?" ...more
"One of my least favorite parts of cooking dinner is deciding what to eat.  I am happy to cook ...more