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Crunchy seaweed salad in a roll, this seaweed sushi roll is there to clean your palate along with adding dynamic and texture-rich to your sushi picks.
Cute onigiri rice balls packed into bento lunch box featuring the popular angry birds trio: red, yellow and green pig. Just your usual food to color the rice and decorate away for your kiddo.
A great smoothie made from kale and avocado as main ingredients to aid in your diet while help glowing your skin. Try this drink with protein powder and soaked nut for pre and post- exercise too.
Beautifully decorative dish with a hand roll full of raw goodness. This tuna-salmon temakizushi is so easy to roll and prefer to many.
Savory vegan baby bok choy mushroom soup that is also gluten free. The taste is that of Asian fusion which combine tamari soy sauce and star anise.
Out of dijon mustard? Take a look at this recipe to mix and make your own dijon with similar sweet-tangy and spicy taste.
One of the most popular and sought after Korean dish, Japchae can really make your day or party. Try this healthy sweet potato noodles with stir-fried veggies and the best rib eye, you won’t regret it.
Creamy clam chowder in Asian fusion style with coconut cream and lemongrass essence. Deliciously salty-sweet with mildly sourness.
Tasty oven roasted brussels that are completely vegan in under 30 minutes. Have them as side or finger food appetizer, don’t forget to sprinkle some chestnuts before serving.