Crème Brûlée with Sesame Brittle (Vegan)

Crunchy, nutty, sweet, and smooth – these adorable little puddings come packed with it all. Growing up, I loved munching on those thin sesame candies with a satisfying crunch. Fast-forward years later, and I decided to veganize, and combine, two of my favorite desserts. A lusciously smooth, black sesame pudding – with a caramelized sesame brittle on top Continue reading Crème Brûlée with Sesame Brittle (Vegan)

Shiratakinudlar med Sticky Apelsintofu (Vegansk)

Shiratakinudlar, mirakelnudlar, nollkalorinudlar – kärt barn har många namn. Dessa nudlar har både lågt kaloriinnehåll och bra fibervärde. Continue reading Shiratakinudlar med Sticky Apelsintofu (Vegansk)

Zero-Calorie Shirataki Noodles & Sticky Orange Tofu (Vegan)

Shirataki noodles, miracle noodles, zero calorie noodles – these noodles go by many names. True to their nickname, they are quite the miracle noodles, both low in calories and high in fibers. Continue reading Zero-Calorie Shirataki Noodles & Sticky Orange Tofu (Vegan)

Solskens-dumplings (Veganska) 日出饺子

Lyckobådande mat är ett viktigt inslag under det kinesiska nyårsfirandet, där bland annat jiaozi, eller dumplings, hör till de klassiska rätterna. Continue reading Solskens-dumplings (Veganska) 日出饺子

Sunrise Dumplings (Vegan) 日出饺子

Auspicious food is a must during the celebration of Chinese New Year. Food symbolic of something good, like tangyuan (which sounds like “tuanyuan” – to reunite) and jiaozi, or dumplings (which has a visual resemblance to gold ingots, symbolizing wealth). It is therefore a common tradition among Chinese families to make jiaozi for the new year. Continue reading Sunrise Dumplings (Vegan) 日出饺子

Fire Ants Climbing Up A Tree (Vegan)

Ma Yi Shang Shu. A Sichuanese noodle dish, where the traditional mince mimics the look of little ants climbing up a lil’ noodle tree. Here is my plant-based take on it! Continue reading Fire Ants Climbing Up A Tree (Vegan)

Too Little, Or Too Mush’room? (V)

Triple Mushroom Noodle Soup. I adore the versatility of mushrooms, and how we can utilize them in everything from soup stocks to stir-fries. So for this noodle soup recipe, I used three kinds of mushrooms, namely dried shiitake, enoki, and king oyster. Continue reading Too Little, Or Too Mush’room? (V)