A vegan version of the winter favorite hot pot. Loaded with veggies, savory ingredients, fresh and tasty, this is a great active meal for your family
This fried tofu is the base for many Vietnamese dishes. These tofu pieces could be eaten as is, serve as sides or use as ingredients in both normal and vegan recipes.
Enjoy the sweetness of the Vietnamese sweet soup in 3 colors flavors: inside out sweet black bean, paste like mung bean and crunchy yet creamy coconut agar.
Are you vegan? Do you love desserts like flan, cheese cake, ice cream but afraid of the extra calories? Introducing Agar Agar, the best vegan substitution for thickening and holding liquid ingredient.
A blend of smoky grilled pork, twirly sweet & sour papaya and savory dipping fish sauce make Bun Cha the most remember dish around town.
Popular with its eye-catchy presentation, the inside out California sushi roll is perfect for those who want to enjoy sushi but don’t like to consume raw fish.
No matter which types of sushi you like, whether it’s maki rolls, nigiri, onigiri, etc. the heart of all these Japanese dishes is the rice. The perfect sushi rice will be mildly sweet, scent and a bit sticky.
Having lot of leftover? Or you just want to have some fried rice? Fried rice is one of the fairly easy dishes to make at home. It’s one of the dishes where you could throw almost any things at it and the result is still perfect.
Over the years, certain foods have garnered new attention for their health benefits, availability, affordability and most of all…versatility. The sweet potato fits this bill to a tee! As a staple in many households year round, in many countries of the world, the sweet potato, and its cousin the yam, has made its way back into our cultural cuisine.