Vegan Nanyang Milk Tea (Teh Tarik)

As Asians, we grew up with our comfort food (and drinks) from our local coffee shops or hawker centres. It's also a common sight to see our 'drink store uncles' "pulling" tea continuously (picture reference below): (picture credit: pinterest) This drink, popularly known as Teh Tarik, is a popular hot milk tea beverage here in Southeast Asian Countries! Its name is derived from the pouring process of "pulling" the drink during preparation. However, this drink contains traditional condensed milk which contains dairy.We were so excited when Hana and Hero, the creators behind @whynotplant on I...

Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding

Skip the sugary puddings and try out this recipe instead!Layered with Nature's Charm Evaporated Coconut Milk, chia seeds, mango and granola, this delicious mango chia pudding can be enjoyed at any time of day! Enjoy it as a healthier breakfast option, a mid-day snack, or as a delightful dessert after dinner. Additionally, these incredible little seeds are high in protein, fibre, and healthy omega-3 fats. Indulge more as Nature's Charm Evaporated Coconut Milk is gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and transfat-free! INGREDIENTS: 3 TBSP chia seeds 1/2 tin of Nature's Charm Evaporated Coconut...

Vegan-licious Fish & Chips [alliums-free recipe]

Been hearing "Banana Blossoms" a lot lately? That's because it's now the top choice among the community for a healthier and nutrient-packed meatless alternative to fish. If you're new to this product, don't let it scare you away. If you're not a fan of frying, an easier way to prepare Banana Blossoms is having it simmer in a stew or curry. It absorbs the flavour well, and also keeps you full!The most common way of preparing Banana Blossoms is to fry it with a batter mix for the end product to resemble the traditional fish & chips. We've shared an oil-free recipe on our blog previously ...

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