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. 🙂
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1. 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.
2. Thai Peanut Noodles
I love how creamy and filling this recipe looks. So good!
3. Orange Tofu
I love orange tofu – it’s what I get every time I go to a Chinese restaurant.
4. Coconut Curry With Crispy Tofu
Who doesn’t love curry? We eat curry on a regular basis and it’s so good!
5. Vegan Bibimbap
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.
6. Crispy Baked Orange Tofu
Look, orange tofu again! Orange tofu is my favorite meal (anything orange, really). I love the tanginess.
7. Vegan Fried Rice With “Egg”
You can still eat eggs as a vegan. So amazing!
8. Quick Udon Noodles
This recipe is perfect for the budgeter who also wants to eat a satisfying meal.
9. Vegan Dan Dan Noodles
This is one recipe I haven’t tried – but doesn’t it look amazing?
10. Noodle Bowl
Delicious and filled with a ton of vegetables. Yummy!
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Which Asian recipe do you want to try first?
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