A question I get asked most often and rarely know the answer to is where you can find best East Indian food in Winnipeg. Indian food is so much more than curry and naan bread. There are 29 states (the Indian equivalent of provinces) and each state has their own cuisine. Not all of them have made their way to Winnipeg yet but some really good restaurants have opened up in the last couple of years. Everyone has their favourites. Here are five of mine.
Olivieri Gnocchi's are my go-to when I'm in the mood for a gourmet-ish meal but don't have the budget or the motivation to make one. This is an easy, wuic, vegetarian gnocchi recipe made in an oil-based sauce.
Hey y'all. Winter's almost over (yay spring) but that doesn't mean we have to give up on hearty comfort meals. I love this vegetable soup because you only need to use one pot (so less cleaning up after) and you can chop while you cook it. Also, you can pretty much dump just about anything you have in your kitchen in it. Except for dessert, don't put dessert in your soup. The way to go about is to start putting in the vegetables that require more time to cook first and then keep adding the others later. Serve it with some bread, and you have a healthy, delicious meal that took very little effort to make.
In this post, we tell you how you can make quick and easy recipes with that awesome new spiralizer that you're going to win. This apple, beet, and carrot recipe took me only 15-minutes to make and was soooo tasty. Not to mention, healthy and cheap if you put a reasonable amount of dressing.
Cookware Love and She's Radishing are collaborating to give you, our inventive food and experimental cookware-loving readers, a vegetable spiralizer! Spiralizers make food fun. Yes, because we're all five years old and love slurping our noodles at heart. So if you live in/near Winnipeg and enjoy watching Zucchini turn into Zoodles, enter our contest and… Continue reading *Contest Closed* We’re giving away a vegetable spiralizer!
Thom Bargen has a great selection of toasts that they change seasonally. They won't fill you up if you're raving hungry but if you're looking to have a light lunch with coffee for under $10 at a very Instagrammy cafe, Thom's got your back.
Nothing pickles my fancy as much as a good, creative veggie patty. Read my reviews of lunch options in Winnipeg under $10.
Adventures and experiences of a vegetarian foodie under a budget. A food review of the Culinary Exchange in The Exchange District in Winnipeg.
If you don't like eating raw fish (and really, who can blame you?), then Vegetarian Sushi is the answer to all your Japanese food fantasies. The best thing about Sushi Ya in Corydon is this giant Sushi Box Lunch special. Yes, all this food was for $14.50. Edamame is tasty, salty, protein-filled goodness in the… Continue reading Nothing fishy ’bout it
Le Burger Week. A week that evokes memories of juicy, succulent burgers in the minds of thousands of Canadians. But I'm a vegetarian, and a Hindu vegetarian at that. So that makes beef a double no-no. So, I went in search of Winnipeg's best veggie burgers. Here are two burgers that I tried this week and my thoughts on them.