Chinese Zucchini Salad with Authentic Chili Oil
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by Elle
3d ago
Sizzling chili oil meets refreshing zucchini "noodles" and radish - and you have the most addicting and sensory-stimulating salad that's perfect for slurping. I made the chili oil from scratch but if you already have chili oil on hand you can make this dish a NO-COOK recipe! Let me start first by saying this is not a full meal! But rather it's a nice little side dish or first course, it's refreshing, vibrant, and absolutely appetizing with all the colors and the chili oil kick. If you're using ready-made chili oil, all you need to do is shred the zucchini, yellow squash, and radish and soak t ..read more
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Rice Paper Tteokbokki - Korean Sweet and Spicy Rice Cakes
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by Elle
4d ago
You can make this easy version of the iconic Korean street food snack -  tteokbokki, with simple pantry staple ingredients and for under 10 minutes! They're soft, chewy, bouncy, naturally gluten-free, and coated in a luscious sauce that's sweet, spicy, and sticky. Tteokbokki is my favorite Korean street food and it is nothing less than addicting. They're normally made with rice cakes, which are simmered in a red, vibrant, spicy, and sweet gochujang based broth. There are also fish cakes and hard-boiled eggs in a pot of tteokbokki sometimes.  For this easy vegan version, I ..read more
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Vegan Tom Yum Soup with Rice Noodles and Puffed Tofu
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by Elle
4d ago
This easy vegan Tom Yum soup is sweet, spicy, sour, super comforting and loaded with vegetables, crispy puffed tofu, and chewy vermicelli rice noodles. It is the easiest ever version especially when you don't have access to some of the fresh ingredients that are crucial in Thai cuisine. Tom Yum soup, as one of the most famous and iconic Thai dishes, probably needs little introduction. It's vibrant, hearty, comforting, packed full of flavors and nutrition. Did you know what Tom and Yum actually mean though? Tom, means to boil in Thai and Yum, means the process of mixing to achieve the flavor p ..read more
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Vegan Napa Cabbage Rolls with Tofu Stuffings
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by Elle
2w ago
These napa cabbage rolls are almost like vegan dumplings but without having to make any dough. The stuffings are hearty, savory, and "meaty", wrapped in sweet and juicy napa cabbage leaves that are pan-seared to give them a little golden color and charred flavor, and finally dressed in a shiny, umami, garlicky sauce. Cabbage rolls are widely loved in many parts of the world - Central, Northern, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe and much of Asia, as well as parts of North Africa. But of course, they're made differently from region to region. In China, in particular, cabbage rolls are usually m ..read more
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Rice Paper Mochi with Whipped Coconut Cream | Vegan Daifuku Mochi
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by Elle
3w ago
This rice paper mochi is the easier version ever but just as pretty and delicious as a classic cream-filled mochi treat. You can make them in just five minutes and instantly satisfy your craving for something chewy, pillowy, melt-in-your-mouth, and not overly sweet without the fuss of making the dough. I LOVE mochi and have made them from scratch before, I made some bunny-shaped mochi mooncakes for the mid-autumn festival and they were so cute and yummy. However, that entire process was exhuasting. Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice flour, water, and sugar and making them ..read more
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Soy Milk Ramen with Vegan Egg and Scallops
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by Elle
1M ago
This Kyoto style soy milk ramen is as dreamy and comforting as they come! This broth is super creamy, silky, and packed with umami flavors. Slurp up some chewy ramen noodles, and bite into the tofu hard-boiled "egg" - you'll want to make a lot of noises while eating this bowl, and guess what, the more noises the merrier because it's considered a compliment to the chef in Japanese culture and in general eastern Asian culture! Soy milk is commonly used in Japan to flavor broths and soups and Soy Milk Ramen, or 豆乳ラーメン, is a classic dish especially in Kyoto. The soy milk adds depth, creamines ..read more
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Teriyaki Tofu with Seaweed Belt (Vegan Teriyaki "Eel")
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by Elle
1M ago
This easy teriyaki seaweed-wrapped tofu takes little time or effort to make but packs so much depth and flavor! The tofu is cooked to the perfect texture - golden crispy on the outside and tender on the inside then coated in a luscious sauce. You can never go wrong with a good teriyaki sauce and trust me you don't need to buy those premade teriyaki sauces that always contain so much sugar and whatever else. It's so simple to make your own and you can customize your homemade sauce blend to be exactly how you like it. I like mine umami, savory, with a subtle sweetness. This sauce can be used i ..read more
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Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup (Grinch Soup ;)
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by Elle
1M ago
Velvety, creamy, and silky broccoli soup made easier than ever! This recipe is adapted from chef Gordon Ramsay's broccoli soup recipe - I made it vegan and added my own flavor flairs. But even with my added flavors you still only need FIVE ingredients and that's counting the salt! Beauty is in simplicity is true. When I first came across Gordon Ramsay's broccoli soup I was honestly shocked that he used only two things - blanched broccoli and the water it boiled in! Oh and some salt. That's it! It sounded like a warm green smoothie so I was skeptical until I tried it out of curiosity, wow th ..read more
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Easy Mochi or Tang Yuan in Ginger Brown Sugar Soy Milk Broth
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by Elle
1M ago
No matter how you like to call them, these cutesy little "balls" are a dream dessert! They're soft, chewy, bouncy, and have just the right amount of subtle sweetness. Biting them is like your teeth sinking into a dream... I also made a warming and sweet ginger brown sugar soy milk broth to make them an even more comforting treat for winter. These glutinous rice balls or very similar versions are called so many different names in different cultures, in China, you have Tang Yuan, which are usually made with either a sweet filling with black sesame or peanuts or a savory filling with meat a ..read more
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Vegan Stuffed Tofu with Dark Sauce
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by Elle
2M ago
Little golden crispy blocks of tofu, stuffed with a "meaty" mixed veggies filling and served with a shiny, umami, and savory sauce - you'll want to double up on your steamed rice with this dish cuz it's straight-up irresistible until the very last crumb of the tofu and very last drop of the sauce. Stuffed tofu, or as they're called in Chinese, "Niang" tofu, is a traditional dish you can often see at a holiday celebration, wedding, or any joyful occasion. In Chinese cuisine, "Niang" refers to the cooking technique of stuffing and you can just about stuff anything - just from my family members ..read more
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