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(Fried) Rice Pudding Rolls

You may ask yourself now, who on earth comes up with Fried Rice Pudding Rolls? Well, your spiced girl was actually in the mood for a Korean rice cracker snack (which is made with day old rice and you fry in a pan until it becomes a big ol rice cracker) but unfortunately, I messed up the recipe. So, after tossing and turning the rice, I added milk, sugar and vanilla to it. Et voilà, the Rice Pudding happened. As for the fried rolls well, for that you’ll have to continue reading ;-)

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Creamy Cashew Arabiata Sauce (Vegan)

This smooth and creamy cashew sauce is so satisfying to eat! Even as non-vegan, I enjoy this delicious sauce and happily drizzle it over anything. You can keep it basic or add some store-bought Arabiata sauce and upgrade your vegan sauce game!

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Gnocchi (Vegan + Gluten-free)

I’ve always had a fascination with these plump and soft pillowy dumplings. And since I'm a huge fan of dumplings, I decided to make a vegan and gluten-free version so my friend could enjoy them too. This was actually my first try making gnocchi and boy oh boy was I lucky, because they came out beautiful and had a delicate flavour. So hop over to the recipe and make them soon!

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Vegan Corn Fritters w/ Thai Red Curry Paste

These Vegan Corn Fritters are easy to whip up, packed with Thai Red Curry flavours, and egg and dairy-free. They make a perfect vegan dish and are simple to prepare!

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Indian Fried Rice

One of the greatest things about leftover rice is probably Fried Rice! It’s quick and easy to make. It’s super flavourful and often better than takeway - you can simply add whatever you like. Though I’m a huge fan of Chinese Fried Rice, today I’m sharing my Indian Fried Rice which is just as amazing as a side or dinner. It's loaded with veggies and flavoured with aromatic spices. Plus, it only takes less than half an hour to make!

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Plantain Chips

As a child my parents would always buy us plantain crisps or other Surinamese snacks. I remember eating bags of these. But one night I felt quite nostalgic and made them myself. They were so fresh and crunchy that I kept eating them!

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