These treats are made with coconut oil instead of a butter substitute and they also have a healthy dose of matcha which gives them their beautiful color and packs them with anti oxidants. The end result is crispy, chewy, and delicious.
This simple dish of fresh bok choy and fried tofu stir-fried in a thick, flavorful sauce is perhaps one of the most popular Asian vegetable dishes. The deeply flavorful sauce is made from soy sauce, vegetable broth, a dash of sugar for sweetness, and cornstarch to make it thick.
These light, savory noodles are incredibly satisfying, super simple to make, and pack up for a great lunch if you happen to have leftovers . . . which is unlikely because they are so dang tasty. The tender vegetables are sauteed and then tossed in a simple soy and tahini sauce and then the dish is finished with a squeeze of lemon and a few red pepper flakes for a slight bite at the end.
Source: Cirali Soy Sauce Noodles [Vegan]
The unique flavor of this lemonade comes from the combo of two fresh herbs — coriander and mint, and spices like roasted cumin powder, dry mango powder, ground black pepper, and black salt. In the Northern part of the India, you can get this drink at street kiosks during summer time.
This spring-inspired curry is incredibly simple, tantalizingly delicious, and hearty as well. The fresh (and frozen peas) are combined with tender fingerling potatoes and then simmered in a rich creamy curry that is charged with garlic, onions, and a complex bouquet of spices.