We all know Chinese food in England isn’t authentic Chinese food, but that’s not to say it tastes bad. I’ve grown up with sweet and sour chicken and it’s a taste I will never forget or want to leave behind. Though my days of chicken-eating are over, my sweet and sour cravings are still prominent.… Continue reading Sweet and Sour Tofu (vegan | gluten-free)
Sometimes, a cold snack just doesn’t do it for me. When I’m peckish, there are times where I simply just want a snack that’s hot- in England, that’s pretty fitting for the weather 364 days of the year. I don’t understand why hot snacks aren’t more common actually. After a visit to China town, I… Continue reading Just Vermicelli (vegan | gluten-free)
The year of 2019 brings us back to the year of the pig. So may this pig bring you plenty of luck, happiness and great food! The snacks are a sweet-salty mix of deep-fried goodness and can be seen being sold on every street corner in China- and I mean by the 10kg-bucket load! The… Continue reading Happy Chinese New Year!
Now I’m not quite sure whether a drunk man came home one day to his Thailand abode with the munchies, had no idea what to make and shoved the entire contents of his cupboards and fridge into a pan and fried the shit out of them or if there was ever a recipe adapted to… Continue reading Drunken Noodles (vegan| gluten-free)
Now there aren’t many foods in this world that I take a sheer disliking to, but if you’d asked me last year for my opinion on congee (Asian rice porridge) it would definitely be difficult to hide my hatred for this dish. I know hate is such a strong word, but I think my initial… Continue reading 1-step Congee (vegan +fat-free + gluten-free)