Category Archives: Meatless Recipes

[Recipe] How To Make Your Own Chili Oil

How to make your own chili oil | www.fussfreecooking.com

As much as I rely upon store-bought condiments, I enjoy homemade ones when I have the chance to make them.

Also, some of you may have trouble buying the condiments I frequently use in many of my recipes such as the Indonesian soy sauce (aka kecap manis). Having that in mind, I have featured a homemade version which surprisingly, turned out to be one of my most popular posts!

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[Recipe] Red Lentil (Dhal) Curry, Vegan Friendly, Gluten Free

Red Lentil (Dhal) Curry, Vegan Friendly, Gluten Free | www.fussfreecooking.com

Hey guys, it’s Wednesday!!!

Can’t believe we are half way through the week already? Doesn’t this week feel short or what!

Anyway, as promised in my last post, here is my red lentil curry. When it comes to different types of pulses that are available, red lentils are my favourite for one obvious reason – they require very little time to cook and there’s no need for pre-soaking.

I personally prefer to have lentil curry with homemade flatbread. Oh, they are such a delicious combination! If you have no time to make your own flatbread, rice can work just as well.

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[Recipe] 4 Ingredients Chickpea & Coconut Flatbread / Besan Roti, Vegan Friendly & Gluten Free

Chickpea & Coconut Flat Bread | www.fussfreecooking.com

Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper – this is what I like to achieve with my meal plan as best as I can.  I must admit at times this may not be possible with a 9 to 5 job especially when there were times I worked through lunch or overslept in the morning and therefore, there was no time for breakfast.

Like my sister would tell me when there’s a will there a way.

Writing my meal plan on a piece of paper helps. It gave me an overview of my diet on a weekly basis and it helps me to control my grocery shopping bills as well as minimising wastage.

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Monthly Featured Blogger: vegeTARAian & Vegan Mac ‘N’ Cheese Recipe

Emily: Hi guys! Hope you had a wonderful week so far!  Today I’m excited to present a new series for my blog featuring my blogger friends and trying out my favourite recipe or DIY project from their blogs. It will be up on every last Wednesday of the month and hope you will enjoy this series. xx

Blogger Series 1 vegeTARAian | www.fussfreecooking.com

Introduction.

Hi, I’m Tara Mathews, the brains behind vegeTARAian – a Sydney food and travel blog sharing vegetarian experiences including cooking, eating local and travel eats.

I created vegeTARAian in January 2012 as a creative outlet for sharing my love of food. It has also taken me on a journey to learn more about food and cooking. Over time the blog has led to requests for product and restaurant reviews and the exposure has also been a jump start into freelance food writing.

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