Quick Cucumber Kimchi - KimchiChick
Cucumber kimchi is a super simple condiment that adds all of the spice and tang of kimchi but only takes about 20 minutes to make - no fermenting necessary! |www.kimchichick.com
Pan-fried Tofu with Egg and Chive
Easy pan-fried tofu with egg and chive-a creative way to enjoy tofu. In China, there is a famous dish named as 蛋塌豆腐, literally mean pan-fried with with beaten egg. Elaine has come across a even intere
Luo Han Zhai/ Loh Han Chai (罗汉斋）- 2 | Food-4Tots | Recipes for Toddlers
Luo Han Zhai*/ Loh Han Chai＾ (braised mixed vegetables) is a popular home-cooked vegetarian dish during Chinese New Year. As it uses a lot of ingredients which require braising, the preparation is tedious and time-consuming. For the recipe, please refer to my earlier post. (* – pronunciation in Mandarin / ＾- pronunciation in Cantonese […]
Mushroom Hotpot (菇菌素锅） - Guai Shu Shu
INTRODUCTION It is because of this picture I posted last year that prompt me to share the recipe this year. This is vegan and uses no meat. The response of my post last year was very good . I told my members roughly how I did it, quite a few members tried it and happy […]
Lo Han Chai Recipe (Buddha's Delight Recipe) - Souper Diaries
A delicious mixed vegetables stew made with a variety of vegetables and soy bean products. Tradiionally eaten on the first day of Chinese New Year, it is also a highly versatile recipe with either simple or elaborate ingredients.
Tofu Veggie Pancakes
Tofu Veggie Pancakes are crisp around edges and smooth and silky smooth in the centre with plenty of fresh vegetables and crunchy fresh bamboo with a zingy dipping sauce. (Gluten-free, egg-free, vegan and lactose-free)
Chinese Salt and Pepper Tofu Restaurant Style Recipe | Yummly
Chinese Salt And Pepper Tofu Restaurant Style With Oil, Leeks, Celery Rib, Green Pepper, Minced Garlic, Minced Ginger, Light Soy Sauce, Brown Sugar, Extra Firm Tofu, Corn Starch, Cracked Black Pepper, Salt, Vegetable Oil
Mushrooms and Tofu With Mustard Greens is a Vegetarian Must-Have for Your Chinese New Year
Every year, families celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year with an impressive feast called Reunion Dinner, and among the many plates on the table is abalone in a rich sauce with dried oysters, shiitakes, and an algae called black moss. Inspired by that dish, this recipe is a vegetarian take with easier-to-find ingredients, like tofu and both fresh and dried mushrooms. Even without the seafood it still delivers on the richness and flavor of the original.