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Love instant noodles, but hate that it has no nutritive value? No worries...i got your back :) Its time to pimp them noodles up!! My version of instant noodles is packed with all the good things...the umami flavour bombs, some crunchy veggies, the smoothness of silken tofu and the awesomeness of Nori. I am sure you will love a hot bowl of this japanese-cuisine inspired noodly goodness on a soggy rainy day :)
When in the cold season, thick soup is my all-time favorite. I use this recipe a lot as it’s easy to make and this pumpkin soup has sweetcorn in it, which feels more filling and its taste matches better with pumpkin.
Also for my husband who doesn’t find soup as a whole meal, it can’t fill him. Hence, I like to serve freshly baked dinner rolls as a side and he can eat as many as he wants.
I love making homemade pizza because I can put any toppings I like. Usually to keep it simple, I would do tomato base and maximum 3 ingredients the most, but you can definitely put as many toppings as you want. One day I tried adding corn as topping because it’s been in the fridge for some time. Surprisingly it tasted good. What is your favourite topping in a pizza?
This was done as a demonstration for my Materials and Techniques class at SCAD Atlanta. I've had several classes create illustrated recipes for TDAC but I've never actually completed one before, and it was great fun! The technique is watercolor and colored pencils on 300# hot press watercolor paper with touchups in Photoshop. I "borrowed" the recipe from https://cafedelites.com/ because it just sounded so delicious. I haven't made it yet, but it's definitely happening soon. Enjoy!
I am a student at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
This chowder is absolutley my favorite thing that my boyfriend makes for us, and I often bug him to make it. You can make the cashew cream at home by blending up soaked cashews, salt, and water!
In North America, beans have been an important pillar of food and agriculture for hundreds of generations. As part of "The Three Sisters," beans, squash and corn work together to create a circle of interdependence. Such a system is one based on giving and receiving, where each crop works to its fullest potential to provide for the others. The harvested result is a nutritiously complete meal with all necessary components for survival. I'm inspired by this hearty trio, and I hope you are too!
Fresh, crunchy, creamy and tangy...this bean salad is healthy comfort food. I always make a huge bowlful expecting it to last 2-3 days but it never does! I use as many colours and textures in the vegetables as I can so it looks as good as it tastes. Whenever I feel a little run down, this salad is my go-to booster!