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Today, I’m excited to share with you a simple recipe for perfect potato wedges. I grew up eating A LOT of potatoes. Potatoes are the #1 staple in Russian cuisine. Since they are easy to grow and to store they became our country’s main food that kept people alive in times of famine or war. Most of traditional Russian salads and entrees use potatoes as one of the main ingredients. To this day, people (including my family) consider potatoes the ultimate comfort food and find interesting way to use them in recipes.
To me, the perfect potato wedges are the ones that are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside and this is exactly what my recipe achieves.
I prefer seasoning my potato wedges with paprika to give them that lovely smokey flavour, but you can definitely experiment with other spices. Cumin and… Read More
Here is another What I Eat In a Day video featuring some of my favourite vegan recipes that I’m currently loving. Let me know if you end up trying any of these recipes!
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I love me some crepes and pancakes. I’ve been making these vegan crepes for a few months now, but this was the first time I put together this breakfast bowl. My eyeballs were absolutely… Read More
I’m so excited to finally share with you my top 5 favourite smoothie bowls. Smoothie bowls are a healthy and fun way to step up your breakfast game. Not only will they make you feel amazing, but they are also so tasty that you will want to make them over and over again.
I first tried this smoothie bowl when my husband and I were travelling in Positano, Italy. It was love at first sight. I re-created it as soon as we got home and have been making it religiously for… Read More
Rice is a staple food in a lot of cultures. Today, I wanted to show you how you can spice up your rice (literally and figuratively) and turn it into a gorgeous side dish that will stand out at any dinner table.
This type of rice originated in the Middle East, but is prepared all around the world. It has many names: pilaf, polo, palav and pulao. In Russian, we call this dish “plov”. It is usually made with chicken or beef, but trust me when I tell you that my vegan-friendly version is just as delicious. And, it’s quicker to prepare which is a plus in my books.
Pilaf rice usually has a golden colour which can be achieved by adding turmeric, saffron or by sauteeing the rice before the water is added. Speaking of spices. They make all the difference! I prepare my pilaf with… Read More
Today, I wanted to share with you some of my favourite make-ahead breakfast ideas. Sometimes life gets very busy, especially in the mornings. A few years ago, I didn’t consider myself a breakfast person at all. In fact, I pretty much never had breakfast on weekdays. Sleeping for extra 15-20 minutes always seemed more important. Oh how the things have changed. Skipping breakfast right now is simply unimaginable to me. Breakfast is now an integral part of my morning routine and I can tell you with certainty that this change has made an amazing impact on my life and well-being. I hope you enjoy the following five yummy breakfast recipes!
I’ve been making chia pudding for years and I never get tired of it. I’m absolutely in love with its lovely tapioca-like consistency. I usually top my chia pudding with… Read More