It’s fizzy, delicious, and good for your gut…It’s Water Kefir Soda. Water kefir is a probiotic-rich, dairy-free beverage your whole family will enjoy. Shhh…don’t tell anyone it’s a healthy soda.
Made with the spicy and sweet Korean gochujang chili paste, these baked wings are an easy crowd pleaser.
A great digestion aid, making your own kimchi is easy and a deliciously spicy condiment to have on hand.
The ultimate Flourless Chocolate Cake, decadent, rich chocolate flavor with an airy soufflé-like texture without Gluten, nuts or dairy.
It is an easy weekday meal of teriyaki salmon and steamed bok choy, but it has enough flavor to also be featured on a seafood Christmas Eve dinner menu.
Honey and lemon go hang in hand and this recipe combines both ingredients into one delicious, sweet-sour sticky sauce and without deep-frying the chicken.
Savory oatmeal with a twist of miso to start your day off right with a serving of vegetables.
Finger-licking Three Cup Chicken is a tender braised chicken in sesame oil, rice wine and soy sauce with Thai basil.
A no-fuss, super easy salmon and vegetables dish, that is gently steamed in packet for a tender and flavorful dish.
A twist on the popular Patatas Bravas and aioli with crispy roasted potatoes instead of fried potatoes.
Tender falling-apart Chicken Adobo in a tangy, vinegary garlic sauce and served over rice. The quintessential dish of the Philippines.
Egg wrap, crepe, tortilla, or roll. Whatever you call it, it’s brilliant. Make a thin omelette to wrap, fill with your favorites, and there’s a meal, to-go.
Start your morning off with plenty of protein to carry you until lunch. Make a tahini sauce and use it as a salad and sandwich dressing, too.
Amazing Korean salad bowl with raw veggies, egg, nuts and seeds, topped with spicy Gochujang paste – perfect for weekday lunch.
One of Korea’s favorite, traditional dishes. Stir-Fry with sweet potato noodles and vegetables. Healthy, low carb and gluten free.
Easy & healthy strawberry chia pudding – a treat to satisfy any sweet cravings. The miraculous seed is rich in omega-3’s and helps to build muscle, too.
An easy, authentic side dish that can be made ahead. This spinach is flavored with soy and sesame seeds for a great vegetable over rice.
Edamame Mushroom Miso Noodle Soup is fast and filled with nutrient rich miso in just 15 minutes.
Baked Vegetable Chips are easily made in your very own oven. Peel, slice, and bake. Eat. Enjoy with a tangy tahini dip.
Asian inspired Crispy Salmon with Ginger Soy Sauce.
Explore Penang, the food capital of Malaysia
Similar to a curry, this coconut saffron chicken is easy to bake and enjoy.
Two ingredients and 5 minutes later, you will be eating an amazingly rich Chocolate Mousse, guilt free.
Click here to read about the perfect cook time for cod that melts in your mouth.
Get resourceful with vibrant dragon fruit jellies that are gelatin free and vegan.
Simple and quick preparation for a vegan pineapple fried rice, complete with fresh basil, curry, and crunchy cashews.
You already know that granola is the perfect customizable grab-and-go breakfast, let this stovetop recipe cut down on the cook time.
If you don’t have a mortar and pestle in your kitchen, put all the ingredients in a ziploc bag and pound away with a rolling pin or similar implement.
This dish from Penang has a sweet tangy taste from the thick tomato gravy cut by the acidic lime juice.
Salt Grilled Mackerel or Saba Shioyaki is a popular seafood dishes served as an entrée or part of a bento combination in Japanese restaurants.
Learn to make the bento box staple at home, and without the use of store-bought teriyaki sauce.
With just three ingredients and very little active time you can make your own soy milk at home.
Once you’ve mastered the technique, try playing with the flavors by adding different spices such as cinnamon or cardamom.
With a briny aroma, translucent egg white, and bright orange-red yolk, salted eggs are a common ingredients in Chinese and Malaysian cuisine.
Learn to make the popular chocolate hazelnut spread from scratch for a healthier, all-natural version.
Instead of skewers, the chicken here is added straight to the peanut sauce and served alongside Roti Jala, which literally means “net bread”.
These soft chewy Kiwi Oatmeal Bars makes a great afternoon snacks.
Really traditional Chinese chicken stock is essential in making excellent Chinese noodle soups, and adds a rich flavoured base to any savoury dishes.
Muar Chee is made of sticky rice coated with sugar, ground roasted peanuts, and sesame seeds. It’s kinda like mochi or thos filled glutinous rice balls.
Homemade almond milk must be used within 3 days, compared to carton ones can last more than a week, and you have a pretty strong incentive to make your own.
The sweet sour seasoning with aromatic bunga kantan as well as peanuts and sesame seeds would not work so well if it’s not for the aromatic belacan.
This is the best ever gluten free pancake recipe! Buckwheat Oat Pancakes. Warm buttery fluffy pancakes, who doesn’t love them?
Financiers – a delicious French treat, buttery and nutty, slightly crisp on the top and edges, while sweetly soft and moist inside.
Moist fluffy carrot muffin, made with okara, which is leftover soybean pulp.
The sauce is great with all kinds of grilled veggies, fish or even firm tofu. Eggplants are used in this recipe.
Nutty & Addictive Sesame Crisps, courtesy of Shannon Lim.
This spinach soup is quite common in Chinese food stalls or restaurants, and it’s super delicious.
Rich creamy Avocado Shake served with chocolate syrup dripped on the side of the glass.
Quick, healthy and nutritious steamed fish recipe for weeknight meals. Teochew Steamed Fish with savoury, sour and spicy flavors.
Grilled Lemongrass Beef – tangy delicacy seared beef & fragrant with smoky char from the grill, into 3 signature Vietnamese dishes.
Pandan Agar Agar Jelly – a delightfully refreshing Malaysian dessert. The pandan extract creates an enticing natural light green colour.
Chilled Sago Gula Melaka – Sago pearls drenched with creamy coconut milk and rich palm sugar syrup.
Kerabu Beehoon is a vibrant Malaysian dish of rice vermicelli tossed with sambal belacan, calamansi juice, and lots of herbs.
Satay is one of the must try Malaysian street food – charcoal grilled succulent skewered meat served with a delicious satay sauce.