Super easy pickling project anyone can attempt. Bottle fresh cucumber, carrot, celery, and red chilies into delicious Japanese pickle and enjoy it for a week long.
Craving for Indonesian gulai daun singkong but can't find cassava leaves? Now you can use kale to replicate the taste and texture of your favorite Indonesian gulai.
Easy 30-minute Indonesian pickle with cucumber, carrot, shallot, and bird-eye chilies. Serve with Indonesian fried rice, fried noodles, satay, martabak, and soto.
Learn how to prepare this easy four ingredients green chili pickle. It only takes 15 minutes, and they will perk up your noodles, burgers, sandwiches, and tacos.
Use up your ripe avocados to make this avocado and chocolate agar-agar dessert. The green and chocolate layers are very pretty, and you can make it vegan-friendly.
If you like crispy and crunchy fritters, then you are going to love these bakwan jagung (Indonesian corn fritters). This popular Indonesian snack happens to be a quick and easy treat that you will want to make again and again.
Thinly sliced tempeh, deep-fried until crispy and golden brown. With an awesomely delicious savory, sweet, sour, and spicy chili and coconut palm sugar sauce.
The perfect chili sauce for spring rolls, fritters, radish cake, and other fried snacks. Homemade means you can make the sauce as mild or as spicy as you wish.
An easy and straightforward soy milk recipe that anyone can follow. Once you learn how to make your own soy milk, you will never buy another store-bought soy milk.
This bright orange kabocha yokan is a Japanese treat made with kabocha and agar-agar. This dessert is healthy, quick, easy, vegan-friendly, and gluten-free.
Indonesian salad served with a super awesome peanut sauce with a tang of tamarind, sweetness of palm sugar, the umami of shrimp paste, and a kick of chili.
On your next Asian market trip, get some yam/sweet potato/cassava leaves, and learn how to make this delicious and iconic Indonesian gulai daun singkong.