Vegetarian recipes and info


Category - Asian Recipes

Tofu, originally from China, and tempeh, originally from Indonesia, are very common in Asian cuisine. In addition, meat other than fish is relatively uncommon, so there are all kinds of vegetarian recipes in Asian cuisine.

Coconut Rice

Coconut riceSimply cooking rice in coconut milk instead of water adds a whole new dimension of flavor. Since coconut is a tropical fruit, coconut rice is traditional to southern Indian, southeast Asian, and Latin American cuisines.

Corn Fritters

Corn frittersThese crunchy corn pancakes, called pergedel jagung in Indonesian, are held together beautifully with just a bit of silken tofu and flour.

Fried Rice

Fried rice is an easy, versatile, and quick vegetarian recipe. In fact, the hardest part is remembering to make the rice at least several hours beforehand, so that it has time to chill.

Fried Tempeh

Fried tempehTempeh, a cake of fermented soybeans, is much tastier than it sounds. This is my favorite way to eat it.

Fried Tofu

Fried tofuFried tofu is easy to make and has a nice chewy/crunchy texture.

Ginger-Baked Tofu

Ginger-baked tofuSavory and tangy, with a hint of sweetness and spice, this is one of my favorite tofu recipes.

Hot and Sour Soup

I know several people who crave hot and sour soup when they’re sick. Since we’re smack in the middle of flu season, I figured it was a good time to feature this vegetarian hot and sour soup recipe.

Maki Rolls

Maki rollsMaki rolls are a vegetarian relative of sushi. This recipe calls for cucumber, avocado, and carrots, but you can experiment with other ingredients as well.

Miso Soup

This is a very simple but richly-flavored soup.

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