A plant-based take on a traditional Vietnamese recipe. This vegan ‘pork belly’ is braised in a sweet and savory caramelized sauce!
Vegan Rosé Tteokbokki
Vegan Rosé Tteokbokki is an easy and quick way to cook your Korean rice cakes. With a creamy, cheesy sauce made from plant-based ingredients.
Zaru Soba (Cold Soba Noodles)
This Zaru Soba recipe features cold soba noodles dipped in a flavorful vegan kombu dipping sauce. It only takes 10 minutes to make and is perfect for hot summer days when it’s too hot to cook!
Vegan Sushi Bowl with Mushroom
Easy, quick to put together and mess-free vegan sushi bowl. Add fried mushroom and any toppings that you desire.
Thai Tofu Satay with Peanut Sauce
Thai Tofu Satay is a plant-based version of the popular Thai chicken satay recipe, full of flavors and accompanied by a flavor bomb peanut sauce. …
Vegan Kimbab with 2 fillings
Yummy, easy vegan kimbab with two types of filling: tofu and chickpea ‘tuna’. Easy to make, filling and perfect to travel with!
Tofu Meatball Banh Mi
Juicy, meaty tofu meatball banh mi paired with fresh herbs and veggies. Perfect for warm summer days or to take with you to a picnic!
Tofu Katsu Onigirazu (Sushi Sandwich)
Onigirazu is a Japanese-styled sandwich that is perfect for travelling or picnic. This version of Onigirazu is made with tofu katsu, veggies and wrapped nicely in a Japanese bento box.
Onigirazu (Sushi Sandwich) using the Tortilla Hack
Onigirazu is a type of Japanese sandwich using seaweed and rice. This plant-based version uses the Tortilla hack to wrap the ingredients. It’s a super easy and satisfying meal!
Mexican-styled Burger (Vegan)
Juicy, satisfying burger served with homemade salsa and guacamole and Ohmungood patties. It’s perfect for a BBQ weekend and for serving a hungry crowd.
Thai Coconut Chickpea Curry
This Thai Coconut Chickpea Curry is a flavor-packed, comforting and nutritious hug in a bowl. It’s a one-pot, weeknight friendly recipe, that can be paired with either rice or noodles.
This is an easy and lazy version of vegan Japchae – one of Korea’s most loved dishes that can be made in 30 minutes. The noodles are chewy and sweet, whereas the veggies make the dish light, fresh and delicious.