Aromatic garlic shoots are often used in Chinese cuisine. If you love garlic, you will love the mild flavour of garlic shoots.
Stir fried bean sprouts is a very simple homely dish that every Chinese grandparent would have made at some stage as part of a meal.
This easy recipe is a Chindonesian mash up where creamy eggplant meets the slight crunch of the spicy sweet soy sauce.
In this easy two-ingredient recipe, the sweet onion offsets the bitterness of the fried bittergourd and the amchur adds a tangy lift.
Kaya is a delicious coconut spread that many of us grew up with in Singapore and Malaysia. This vegan kaya recipe is easy and more healthy.
These lazy vegan pancakes are perfect for brunch, quick to whip up, and so easy that your kids could do most of the work.
This authentic Sichuan sauteed green beans captures the creamy flavour of fresh beans while adding highlights of chilli and Sichuan pepper.
Enjoy the delicate flavour of sigua in this simple steamed dish with glass noodles that brings out its naturally sweet aroma and juices.
Super easy and tasty, this vegan scallops dish is all about the wonderful flavour of garlic and the sweetness of the king oyster mushroom.
A staple dish in Chinese households, choy sum with garlic and mushroom is quick and simple to prepare and an iron-rich addition to your meal.
An easy and good-looking dish with the freshness of kaffir lime and lemongrass. Made with OmniMeat. Warning: These are addictive!
Make a healthier version of Ribena syrup with roselle, sugar, and water. Roselle is high in vitamin C and aids digestion. Great for kids!
This yumcha favourite vegan steamed black bean ‘ribs’ is easy to make. Simply marinate the vegan protein in the tasty sauce and steam!
This simple long bean chickpea omelette is chock full of protein and looks nice enough to (possibly) con your kids into eating their beans.
Enoki mushrooms wrapped in tofu skin and cooked in a light sauce. A lovely and fancy-looking dish that can be created in no time at all.
Gising-Gising means “wake up, wake up”, because the chillies will slap you in the face! This sweet and spicy dish is absolutely addictive.
This creamy and savoury lo pak go (Cantonese radish cake) is a favourite at Hong Kong tea cafes and a delicious tea time snack!
Tub tim grob is a tasty Thai dessert where crunchy water chestnut bits coated in chewy tapioca starch are served in sweetened coconut milk.
Infused with the fragrance of pandan leaves, this vegan pandan chicken is delicious and also looks fantastic! Perfect for parties!
This kuih sago is a delicately fragrant nyonya snack / dessert that uses only a few ingredients like tapioca pearls and pandan.
Vegan noodle-wrapped prawns is a two-ingredient entrée that is great for entertaining. Crunchy, tasty, and looks stunning!
Sweet, savoury, and smoky, this vegan bacon fried cabbage is a super quick dish to whip up and always a winner at the family table.
This black bean beef with bittergourd with homemade seitan is a savoury and sweet umami-packed dish that will make you love bittergourd!
This sago pudding is simple to prepare and combines accessible ingredients to create a sweet and smoky tropical dessert.
This is a simple and delicious kid-friendly vegan recipe. The soft tofu is fried until crispy then drenched in a tasty tomato sauce.
Mujadara is a traditional Middle Eastern dish. It is a protein-rich, comforting, and affordable dish made of lentils, rice, and onions.
Cezerye is a naturally vegan and gluten-free Turkish dessert made carrots, nuts, sugar, and desiccated coconut. It is nutritious and sweet!
This Dongbei coriander salad is spicy, pungent, and fragrant. It is a very appetizing side dish that takes only ten minutes to prepare.
This incredibly quick and easy cucumber Sprite pickle is sweet and sour and absolutely refreshing. Perfect for parties or a fridge staple.
This simple granita recipe uses fresh mint, basil, and calamansi juice to create an easy but very refreshing icy dessert for hot summer days.
Make a vegan fried chicken cutlet from oyster mushrooms wrapped in rice paper! This yummy cutlet is battered, crumbed, then deep-fried.
This comforting steamed soft tofu is covered in minced TVP and mushroom and drenched with a simple sauce for an easy and yummy weekday dish.
This crunchy and spicy smashed cucumber salad is super easy and so delicious. It is a great failure-free side dish for a Chinese meal.
Tofu is stir-fried in a lip-smacking kratiem prik Thai sauce that combines the flavours of garlic, black pepper, and coriander roots.
This steamed garlic enoki is a super easy and tasty 15-minute dish that is great for kids too. My favourite zero-failure way to eat enoki!
Tofu with beansprouts is a simple and down-to-earth dish that reminds me of my grandmother. Very easy to prepare and it tastes like home.
Pak boong fai daeng is a Thai stir-fried morning glory or kangkong dish that is cheap, tasty, and very easy to make. Perfect for busy days!