Sriracha Baked Eggs in Muffin Tins

Baked eggs are a lazy chef’s dream. Seriously low-maintenance, minimal prep time, and easy to re-heat as leftovers. The scrambled egg cups are really simple and puff up, resulting in a soufflé-looking dish. The salami cups are still very easy, but the egg does pour a little bit past the “deli” slice, so just be…

Spicy Bok Choy Ramen Noodles with Marinated Asian Tofu

Ramen is a pretty basic dish on its own (not that there’s anything wrong with that). It’s perfect for late-night snacking and lunchtime noodling, but truth be told it can get boring on its own. Pack it full of veggies and spice and it’s a whole other story. Six cups of bok choy may seem…

Spicy Winter Vegetable Soup

Over these past few weeks I’ve been reading articles on soup flavour-boosters. I don’t consider salt a good additive because if you’re already using bouillon cubes or pre-made stock, the salt content will be through the roof. The most interesting and surprising tip I’ve found in several articles is to save the rinds of cheese…

Sweet and Spicy Ginger Soba Noodles

Do you prefer noodles hot or cold? Soba noodles are good both ways. Toss them with this flavour-packed sauce and you’ve got yourself a pretty sweet meal. I adapted this recipe from Simply Reem and it worked well. I changed around the proportions and added a few more things, but it’s basically the same and…

Mini Calzones (Pizza Pops)

Sauce, cheese and veggies all folded up in dough and baked in your oven…it’s essentially a big ball of homemade pizza. Life is good. Pizza pops are one of my guilty pleasures. I could just demolish a box of those no problem, but they aren’t all too good for you. When you make them yourself,…