Curried Quinoa Salad

This past week has been all about cookies here at HGK. Let’s switch gears and focus on a recipe that’s actually good for us, shall we? This curried quinoa salad is high in protein, vitamins and minerals, and is gluten-free. It makes a great winter side or main course salad. My curried quinoa salad is … Read more

Edamame Dip

This edamame dip is protein-rich and simple to make, plus the color just screams “spring” to me- I really love it. Frozen organic shelled edamame are sold in the freezer section of most large supermarkets. When they are cooked and combined with just a few other ingredients in your food processor (or blender), you’ve got … Read more

Vegetarian Pho (Pho Chay)

I have been meaning to put together a complete recipe index for a long time. I’m happy to say that I finally got it done. While I was categorizing all of the recipes, I was reminded of some of my favorites, and I ended up getting a huge craving for pho. I first made pho … Read more

Okayu with Mushrooms, Edamame and Matcha Salt

Okayu is a Japanese porridge renowned for its ability to cure anything from garden-variety stomach ailments to hangovers. Healing properties aside, I just love it as a savory breakfast. To make okayu, you use a larger volume of liquid than is typically used to make rice and you cook it for a fairly long time: … Read more