A quick and easy Chinese soup using bok choy, silken tofu, and fish balls. It only needs 30 minutes from start to finish. Serve it with rice for a complete meal.
Traditional Indonesian cake with cassava and coconut. This cake (kue/kuih) is easy to put together and a delicious way to enjoy cassava. Vegan-friendly and gluten-free.
A classic Chinese dish in three parts: stir-fried napa cabbage, poached chicken, and savory egg sauce; a yummy dish that goes well with rice or flat rice noodles.
Here is a great way to cook dried shiitake mushrooms. Both the mushrooms and napa cabbage soak up the umami-rich sauce, making every bite a delectable experience.
Fried shallots are great condiments for many Indonesian and Asian dishes. Try this easy and hassle-free method of frying a small batch of shallots in a microwave.
This egg and tomato stir-fry is a classic Chinese dish that doesn't need many ingredients to prepare, and the recipe is super easy to learn for everyone.
Give spaghetti squash a butter soy sauce treatment to turn it into a delicious zero-carb dish. You can enjoy it as a main dish or as a side dish with steamed rice.
A quick Chinese stir-fry dish with broccolini and tofu. You can use gai lan, or other Chinese greens in place of broccolini. And you can replace tofu with mushroom.
Learn how to cook authentic gudeg Jogja (Indonesian jackfruit stew) at home with this simple recipe, with tips and pointers to prepare fresh jackfruit.
Learn how to bake a tall, fluffy, and pillowy soft pandan chiffon cake, and fall in love with the incredible flavor that you can only get from using 100% pandan leaves.
These crispy Indonesian mushroom fritters are pan-fried instead of deep-fried. The garlic, scallions, and bell pepper make these incredibly delicious.
Try this Japanese izakaya (pub) recipe with only two ingredients: bacon and cherry tomatoes, threaded into bamboo skewers and grilled to perfection.