I don't usually cook by recipes. It seems too restricting and boring so I tend to improvise every time I cook and add the correct amount of ingredients according to my taste alone. Naturally I read recipes for inspiration - and sometimes even follow them - but then rarely step by step. Today however was the kind of evening where I had little time to cook, let alone improvise - but really wanted to do something special. So I opened Taimne Teisipäev's website and tried a recipe that had caught my attention long ago. 

Dan Dan noodles! And oh my world, they were delicious! Not so good for my waistline, but oh well... dieting can always wait for tomorrow! You can find the recipe here. I topped the noodles with some sesame seeds - and chili pepper to make it a bit spicier. The result was amazing!


Taimne Teisipäev's (Veggie Tuesday) recipes are always keeping the person cooking in mind. We know that people usually don't have too much time to cook but still want the dish to be as delicious and nutritious as possible. That's why Taimne Teisipäev's recipes are usually easy, quick, and consisting of relatively cheap and readily available ingredients - and at the same time highly nutritious and healthy. I have almost always at least half of the ingredients - like chickpeas, beans, and lentils - stored in my cupboard. I'm so proud that our website is now up and running and it's easier than ever to access delicious recipes and useful food tips. 

Another cool thing about Veggie Tuesday's website is the map. On it you can find all the restaurants that have joined our campaign - all over Estonia! So when you happen to be in Estonia and want to have delicious plant-based food, just open the map and see what's  nearby! Especially during lunch on Tuesdays! 

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So go check it out - either try to cook it yourself or find a place nearby - just make sure to have something new and delicious!