Hubby and I usually eat more meat at home. So recently I’ve been trying to get more fish into our diet. While salmon is usually my go-to fish for cooking at home, I’m exploring others that are affordable and easy to make. After trying different recipes, this one which uses basa fillets made it to the top of my list. This basa fillet recipe is delicious, quick to make, and the ingredients are likely all in your pantry!
Back in my university days, I did a co-op term in Ottawa. It was my first time living away from home for an extended period. During this time, I learned how to cook simple meals for one. But making breakfast is not easy for me as I’d prefer to get sleep more instead. So my coworker shared with me this apple cinnamon bran muffins recipe for a grab-and-go breakfast. At first, I was a bit skeptical because I hated bran cereal. In my mind, I had imagined these would be dry and taste like cardboard. However, I ended up loving these muffins! They were moist, with chunks of apples and cinnamony flavours. Even the picky Mr. Chau likes them for breakfast or snack! This recipe is definitely a keeper so I hope you’d give it a try too.
I prefer drinking Matcha (Green Tea) Latte over coffee. Some days, I’d pick up a cup from Starbucks on the way to work. But the money adds up. So I try to find an easy way to make frothy matcha lattes at home to save a few bucks. It turns out making this at home is really easy even if you don’t have a matcha whisk! All you need is a mason jar (or any lidded jar) to make a simple matcha latte.
Hey there, I’m Jan, a food and travel enthusiast based in Burnaby, BC. I enjoy cooking because I believe food brings people together. Plus, I think the best way to experience different cultures is through the belly! Here you’ll find easy to make and hubby approved recipes, with a side of my travel and dine out adventures.