Category Archives: S.E. Asian Vegan Delights

Hopia Mongo Cake (Mooncake) – Vegetarian

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To all my overseas friends in Asia, if you think that I am crazy to master this festive cake and spending so much time. To me it is worth it because this cake is not easily obtainable unless you are living in a city where there is a Chinatown. View more

Tou Fa (Soybean Curd)

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In Asia this dessert, Tou Fa (Soybean Curd) is always consumed like the West consumes a lot of yogurt. As I am lactose intolerant, I replaced Tou Fa as my dairy intake (bean base instead cream base). View more

Teochew Chai Tow Kway (Teochew Fried Radish (aka. Carrot) Cake

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My family loves this savory rice cake dish. It is considered as a street hawker delights. Most housewives in Southeast Asia countries like Singapore and Malaysia will not make this cake at home before it requires a long procedure. View more

Sarson Da Saag (Mashed Mustard Greens)

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This Indian vegetable dish I like to cook it in a pressure cooker to save cooking time and the vegetables mashed better. If you do not have a pressure cooker, don’t worry, you can use a heavy based pot to cook. View more

Chinese Vada Chaat

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I love eating this dish because of the vada and the taste of Chaat Masala. Most Chinese can not consume any daily products, like milk, cheeses and any things make from milk. View more

Nyonya Coconut Pancake Half

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This night our unexpected guests called us that they felt like coming for a visit. Being Asian we always welcome friends who had us on their hearts we always oblige. So I came up this easy snack/dessert. View more

Eggplant & Tofu in Spicy Mushroom Sauce

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I always love eggplants cook in any kind of cuisine and whether it is fried, steamed or boiled. Two days ago, I went to a Indian grocery store and I was some Asian eggplants staring at me and telling me to bring so home. View more

Swee Kway (Literary translation: Water Cake) or Steamed Rice Cake

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This is a Teochew dish and especially eaten as a breakfast meal or a snack for afternoon tea. It is common available at any street food stalls and food courts. It is hardly sold in Chinese restaurants. It is very easy and simple to make them. View more

Goreng Pisang (Fried Banana Fritters)

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Goreng Pisang literally translated “Goreng is Fried” “Pisang is Banana”, so add it up “Fried Banana”. It is a very popular and common snack in the marketplace at street stores or food courts in Southeast Asian countries View more

Broccoli & Mushrooms in Mushroom Sauce

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When we went to Sweden and visited Max in Stockholm and I hosted him, his mom and fiance for dinner at his apartment. I cooked a few dishes for them to enjoy. View more