Note: I used two main ingredients in this recipe: Morton & Basset Curry Powder and gluten-free Edward & Sons Not-Beef Bouillon, which both provides the optimal Japanese curry flavor. The recipe can be made gluten-free. That curry powder contains two unique ingredients, fenugreek and fennel, which are crucial flavors to my Japanese curry dish. I
Sneak Peek! Tonight, I veganised my childhood dish and one of the most popular Taiwanese cuisines, the ultimate Vegan Taiwanese "Beef" Noodle Soup. I will be posting the recipe this month. I just wanted to share how much I love this dish! and how I am happy to bring this childhood dish back in my
This dish consists of Viana's Cowgirl Veggie Steak (also known as Holzfäller Hacksteaks in German) with a childhood veganised potato salad, baked beans and corn on the cob. My mother used to make a Taiwanese-style potato salad with loads of boiled egg, carrots, peas, potatoes, and Kewpie mayonnaise, that was used for sandwiches. Now this
I haven't posted for the past two days due to a massive e-commerce project I am working on. Work always come first. I am right now in Phuket, Thailand, and the Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2012 starts in two days! I would like to share one of my vegan hot and sour soup dishes using Wonton wrappers
Say bye-bye to Kewpie Mayonnaise, a sweet Japanese mayonnaise! Growing up, my mother made loads of potato salads with Kewpie, and we always eat them with sweet buttery bread with pork floss (yes, gross!) As I turned vegan in 2006, I stopped eating my mother's Taiwanese potato salads for the sake of my health and
This recipe involves The Vegg. For further review about The Vegg, please read here. As a child, my mother used to make a stir-fried tomato egg dish that tastes sweet and juicy at the same time. It is a common Taiwanese home dish. I generally dislike tomatoes in stir-fried dishes, except for this Taiwanese dish.