A classic flavour combination, this beetroot and feta salad always go down a treat. Assemble this salad on the plate you’re going to serve for a delight for not only your taste buds but your eyes. This beetroot and feta … Continue reading Crunchy Beetroot and Feta Salad with Chunky Bean Mash
Cucumber raita and pappadums is a tasty after-school or work snack with a good hit of calcium. Or if you’re cooking up your favourite curry, these go well with some chopped mint for a refreshing taste. Raita is a famous … Continue reading Cucumber Raita and Pappadums: Cooling Curry Relief
This stir fried Chinese long beans recipe is an old family favourite. The simplicity and nostalgia this dish oozes can’t be denied for most Asians across the world. Most Chinese restaurants serve this with minced pork, which also works a … Continue reading You’ll Long For These Stir Fried Chinese Long Beans After a Long Day at Work!
We love converting processed canned stuff into easy, wholesome and delicious homemade masterpieces! Just like the healthiest cream of mushroom soup. This minestrone soup recipe was made after becoming tired of the excess salt and lack of vegetables in canned … Continue reading Awesome Veggie-Packed Minestrone Soup Recipe
Bread is a staple in the diet of many around the world, Western and Asian alike. With such a huge variety on the shelves, how do you know which is the best bread for diabetics? Don’t break down and rye … Continue reading What’s the Best Bread for Diabetics? Health Expert Weighs in.
The only two steps this vegetable rice pilaf/pulao requires is to temper the spices in hot oil, then to chuck all the ingredients in a rice cooker to take care of itself. This dish is perfect for a lazy cook … Continue reading Vegetable Rice Pulao Recipe in a Rice Cooker Perfect for Lazy Cooks
Thai basil chicken (Pad Krapow Gai) is a popular choice at a Thai restaurant. But did you know that 20 minutes is all it takes to put this dish together yourself? Mouth-wateringly sweet and spicy, your kitchen will be infused … Continue reading Thai Basil Chicken Recipe – So Good it’ll Make Your Family Wok to the Kitchen
As convenient as frozen vegetables are, it’s not easy to find a recipe that can spruce them up. It often requires a bit of creativity and hiding skills. This quick and easy vegetable frittata recipe is perfect for this job! We’ve … Continue reading Quick and Easy Vegetable Frittata Recipe to Get Your Fibres Going!
Stir-fries have come a long way from the oyster saucy, bland tasting concoctions of yesteryears. With a few simple techniques and fresh ingredients, this mixed vegetable stir fry recipe throws together a homemade meal in less time than it takes … Continue reading Speedy 15 Minute Mixed Vegetable Stir Fry Recipe
This herbal chicken brown rice congee’s clearly a winner for the title of chicken soup for the soul. Light, soothing and easy to digest, when you eat it, it feel like it heals all that’s bad in the world. It’s … Continue reading Herbal Chicken Brown Rice Congee: Ultimate Asian Healing Food
We’re onto a pumpkin roll here at GlycoLeap! First, it was the pumpkin and tofu skewers, now it’s this baked pumpkin kueh… But there’s a reason why we love pumpkin! Pumpkin is a beautifully luscious, and healthy vegetable (although botanically, … Continue reading Baked Pumpkin Kueh Recipe that You’ll Go Kueh-Zy Over!
We’re on a streak with tofu on our GlycoLeap blog! As requested by one of our users, here’s another tofu recipe (in the form of spicy mapo tofu!) to keep a good thing going. And gosh do we love a … Continue reading Lip Smackingly Good Spicy Mapo Tofu Recipe