The beauty of this vegan fish n chips is the light and crispy batter, and the slightly sour chips that make you want to keep eating.
This vegan mee rebus is a warm and comforting Malay dish of yellow noodles in a spicy gravy thickened by blended pumpkin and potato.
In this classic and aromatic Singaporean / Malaysian vegan curry, tofu and king oyster mushroom taste better than chicken.
Loaded with spices, this soup is comforting and delicious. Best paired with a baguette and eaten with your hands and a friend.
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.
This vegan fiesta menudo is made with carrots, potatoes, tofu, seitan, and sausage, cooked in a sweet and savoury tomato stew.
This very spicy and tangy vegan devil’s curry (curry debal) made from Christmas leftovers is a Boxing Day staple in Eurasian families.
This delicious mee goreng mamak is yellow noodles tossed in a flavourful tomato-sambal-soy sauce with cubes of tofu and potato.
Sabudana vada or sago potato patties are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. They look great and taste delicious!
This Singapore-style vegan chicken curry noodle soup made with DIY seitan and tofu is flavourful, fragrant, warm, and comforting.
Vegan mala xiang guo is an intense, spicy, flavour explosion. Various ingredients are cooked separately, then tossed in a mala chilli sauce.