Plantain Pancakes

My love for plantain is really pushing me to explore many ways for me to include this perfect starch into different food recipes. Today's progress on project "get-plantains-into-every-recipe" consists of the inclusion of plantains in pancakes. This recipe is bomb and super simple. Plantain pancakes are not a new creation. In Ghanaian cooking we have... Continue Reading →

Mediterranean Buddha Bowl

Here is another of my favourite buddha bowls. One thing that really inspires my Buddha bowls are thinking about different regional cuisines. This bowl draws inspiration from the classic flavours of the Mediterranean where as my Ghanaian inspired buddha bowl pairs classic Ghanaian ingredients into a tasty buddha bowl. This bowl pairs roasted vegetables perfectly... Continue Reading →

Mango Quinoa Burrito Bowl

Recently the idea of the buddha bowls have been springing up as a bowl full of greens, veggies, and protein. They have literally become the epitome of healthy eating and honestly a poster child food for what vegans eat. At any restaurant you are bound to spend up 10$ or more on a small buddha... Continue Reading →

The Creamiest Cashew Dressing

This super quick recipe has been a long time coming. For my salads, I have been craving creamy dressings more and more and the first thing that came to mind is using cashew as a base. First of all, cashew has an inherently sweet taste but one can also achieve a really nice sweet and... Continue Reading →

Maple Nut Granola (Vegan)

One day my mum had bought a bunch of grains and seeds and was looking to make granola but her first batch unfortunately burned. So I took it upon myself to make some for my mother and it has been a hit at home. It is ready in less than 40 minutes and is the... Continue Reading →

The Easiest Vegan Pesto Pizza

Before going vegan, I used to have a slight obsession with pesto. I remember I would always opt for pesto sauce on my pasta rather than tomato or alfredo. There was just always something about the saltiness of the pesto and the fragrance of the herbs that always drew me to pesto. So it was... Continue Reading →

My Obsession With Food

I have been obsessed with food for as long as I can remember. As a child, it was never difficult for my mother to feed me because I always ate everything I was given and even more. I loved food. I loved the sense of comfort it gave. I loved the memories it was tied... Continue Reading →

Spicy Oven Baked Tofu Steaks

When it comes to flavouring meat in any Ghanaian household, ginger, garlic, onion and scotch bonnet peppers are the essentials to make any meat option taste good. These are the flavours I drew on to make this spicy oven baked tofu. I believe it is this key flavour combination that transform the protein from bland to... Continue Reading →

Steel Cut Oats in 5 Minutes

Steel cut oats have always been such a difficult thing for me to make. I have tried making it several times on the stove top but somehow I always burn them. When I soak it overnight, the next day I still burn it again. So I thought to myself, why not use my instant pot... Continue Reading →

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