This vegan jambalaya is one of my favourite rainy day meals. Creole cooking is about layering flavours, and I share the steps here.
Sayur lodeh is an unassuming coconut vegetable curry and one of my favourite comfort foods, bringing back the memories and tastes of home.
This vegan mee rebus is a warm and comforting Malay dish of yellow noodles in a spicy gravy thickened by blended pumpkin and potato.
This vegan Singapore chilli crab has all the great flavour of the authentic version. Make it with tofu, mushrooms, or seitan.
In this classic and aromatic Singaporean / Malaysian vegan curry, tofu and king oyster mushroom taste better than chicken.
Flavourful sausages, creamy mashed potatoes, mushy peas, all drowned in onion gravy. Vegan bangers and mash is my favourite pub grub!
This vegan Jamaican curry goat stewed with the irreplaceable scotch bonnet pepper and turmeric is not just spicy but so flavourful as well.
Flavoured with dried shiitake mushrooms and a variety of condiments, this smooth and creamy vegan congee is so simple and comforting.
Binignit is a Visayan stew of fruit and tubers. eaten as a snack or dessert. This thick, starchy, creamy stew is a Holy Week staple.
Vegan khao soi is a comforting chick’un curry noodle soup topped with tofu, crispy fried noodles, and preserved mustard.
Vegan budae jjigae is famous for three things: cheap, easy, and not particularly healthy. But who cares! This spicy junk food stew is great!
This fresh but creamy vegan fish bee hoon noodle soup with thick slithery noodles and lots of toppings is a rainy day comfort food.
Spicy and savoury vegan braised beef noodles in soup topped with lion’s mane mushrooms, sliced tofu, and preserved vegetables.
Arroz palabok is a silky congee tinted orange by annatto oil, topped with crunchy fried wonton skin, tvp, golden garlic, and spring onion.
Must-try vegan rendang recipe! An flavourful spice paste combined with aromatic whole spices, thickened with coconut milk and candlenuts.
This vegan bak kut teh has different mushrooms and tofu stewed in Chinese herbal soup for a layered and nourishing meal.
Gua cai perng is a slightly sticky, savoury, tasty rice dish with mustard greens that is full of comfort and the feeling of home.