Three-ingredient black sesame soup is a traditional Chinese dessert. This nutty and silky smooth dessert soup is vegan-friendly, gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-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.
Crescent-shaped vanilla almond cookies, with tender and melt-in-your-mouth texture. Perfect to celebrate Chinese New Year, Christmas, and other special events.
Let's make this classic Chinese lotus root and peanuts soup at home with my recipe. This soup is so easy and yet so tasty you'll make it again and again.
Greet Chinese New Year (or any holiday) with homemade hup toh soh (Chinese walnut cookies), and my recipe uses walnut and sesame seed for extra nuttiness.
Ground toasted black sesame seeds and sugar make the nuttiest bread filling (without nuts!), and the spiral shape of the bread makes it too pretty to eat.
Soft fluffy Asian bakery style bread rolls with sweet and crunchy ground almond paste filling. Almond can be substituted with peanuts, or sesame seeds.
Buttery crunchy toasted black sesame seeds cookies. This is a very nice way to enjoy sesame seeds.
Chinese almond cookies are commonly served during Chinese New Year celebration. These delicious and highly addictive cookies only need common pantry ingredients, yet very easy and beginner friendly.
Make hawker-style mochi coated with sesame seeds and sugar just like the one sold in many Asian countries.
Super easy recipe to make old fashioned Chinese five spice braised peanuts even a newbie cook can replicate at home.
Macadamia nuts and lemon zest pair really well in this delectable Chinese New Year cookies. Greet your CNY guests with this easy and delicious cookies.