Vegetarian Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese 2 cups Organic Gluten-free Multigrain Red Macaroni (cooked)2 pcs organic potatoes ( peeled and cubed)1 medium organic carrot (peeled and cut into small pieces)1 medium organic onion (peeled and quartered)1/2 cup Dehydrated Cashews Nuts1 teaspoon Himalayan Rock Salt1 teaspoon fresh organic garlic (minced)2 teaspoon Premium Grade Nutritional Yeast Boil Multigrain Red Macaroni for 8-10 minutes in 2-3 L of water. Drain the macaroniand set aside. (Add some salt and oil into the macaroni to add flavour and preventthem from sticking together.)Add potatoes, carrot and onions into boiling water. Allow the vegetables to cook for10 minutes, until the potatoes are fork-tender.Remove the cooked vegetables from water. Keep 1 1/2 - 2 cups of the water to beused later.Add cooked vegetables, cashews, nutritional yeast, minced garlic, salt and half of thereserved water to a blender.Blend, adding a few tablespoons of water at a time until the [...]
Missing ‘Yum-Cha’ sessions with friends? Why not DIY your own premium milk tea using the Champagne of Teas- Happy Valley Darjeeling Tea.
When we come across super foods like this, it’s no wonder we want to find all the yummiest ways to serve them to our kids. That’s where Darjeeling Tea with Chia Seeds Pudding comes in. Yummy!
Do you know? Carrots are rich in vitamin A, C and E, all of which are antioxidants that safeguard health by enhancing immune function. Top up with apple and ginger for your everyday immune boosting elixir!
Xiǎo xiǎo mǐ or quinoa (keen-wah) is not a grass, but a gluten-free seed belonging to the amaranth family with remarkable nutritional properties.
Have you been seeing dumplings all over social media lately? The Dragon Boat Festival (The Duanwu Festival) is coming soon and everyone is preparing by making these delicious dumplings (Zongzi / Bak Zhang). The traditional dumplings are made with glutinous rice. This sticky rice is a common staple in the Asian diet, however, it is not a diabetic-friendly grain. Glutinous rice has the highest glycemic index among all the other types of rice, as it lacks a component of starch known as amylose. Hence it causes a short-term spike in your blood sugar once consumed and gets digested quickly - causing you to get hungry much faster. Note: The lower the amylose starch content, the higher the glycemic index. But fret not, you still can enjoy your favourite dumplings this festive season with Glutinous Millet! Glutinous millet is high in protein, gluten-free and rich in iron, B vitamins and calcium [...]