Growing up in a Korean household was amazing. Every meal was Korean or had some kind of Korean flare to it (like eating kimchi with a hamburger and fries).
After visiting South Korea and Japan, I’ve grown to love Asian food even more. I love the spiciness, all the flavor, and the way food brings people together.
I used to hate cooking and now I enjoy it! Cooking Asian food is a lot of fun because you get to try out new spices and flavors.
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Here are 10+ Asian recipes that are delicious and easy to make.
Vegan Pad Thai
Pad thai is incredible, filling, and so satisfying. Make this recipe (it’s healthy and delicious) and impress everyone with your culinary skills.
Thai Peanut Noodles
I love how creamy and filling this recipe looks. So good!
I love orange tofu – it’s what I get every time I go to a Chinese restaurant.
Coconut Curry With Crispy Tofu
Who doesn’t love curry? We eat curry on a regular basis and it’s so good!
I grew up on Bibimbap, both the meat and vegan version. It’s so good and I still make it today. In fact, I recently went to Seoul and filled up on a ton of Bibimbap until I felt sick. Totally worth it.
Crispy Baked Orange Tofu
Look, orange tofu again! Orange tofu is my favorite meal (anything orange, really). I love the tanginess.
Vegan Fried Rice With “Egg”
You can still eat eggs as a vegan. So amazing!
Quick Udon Noodles
This recipe is perfect for the budgeter who also wants to eat a satisfying meal.
Vegan Dan Dan Noodles
This is one recipe I haven’t tried – but doesn’t it look amazing?
Delicious and filled with a ton of vegetables. Yummy!
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I also recommend checking out the book Plant-Based On A Budget. It’s one of my favorite recipe books for cooking plant-based recipes. Plant-Based On A Budgetteaches you how to cook healthy, satisfying meals for under $30 a week.
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