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easy vegetarian recipes

Matcha Yoghurt Cake

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Easy and delicious matcha yoghurt cake that you can whip up in less than 15 minutes, and then bake for less than an hour. Great as is, and even better with the simple matcha glaze. Talk about double matcha whammy! I serve this for tea, but I don’t see why you cannot have this for breakfast too.

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Oven-Baked Pita Bread

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I love all sort of flat breads, from focaccia to naan, and of course, pita. Just a couple of years ago, I would never dream of baking my own bread, let alone something that seems as complicated as pita. As with everything in life, if you put enough effort in it, you can accomplish just about anything, including baking your own pita bread. So, with only 6 ingredients at hand, anyone can try this oven-baked pita bread recipe and never ever have to buy again.

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Fruit Preserves Almond Coffee Bread

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I may be one of the weird person who actually love doing grocery shopping. And the last time I did my grocery, I noticed a huge discount on a gigantic 32 oz jar of organic mango orange passionfruit preserves for a whopping $0.97! The catch is it is going to expire in less than a month. But it is the perfect thing to make this fruit preserves almond coffee bread.

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Simple Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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Simple roasted brussels sprouts. This is how I enjoy my fresh-from-the-market brussels sprouts close to 100% of the time. Trimmed and halved, washed and drained, then drizzled with olive oil, salt, pepper, and chili flakes. Finally, roast in 400 Fahrenheit preheated oven for around 1 hour (depends on size) until slightly charred at the edges and golden brown throughout.

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Six Ingredients Chinese Steamed Buns

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I have tried so many Chinese steamed buns recipe, and over the years I have whittled it down to this one recipe that is super easy and uses only six ingredients! If you have been curious and wanting to try making your own mantou, give this six ingredients Chinese steamed buns recipe a try. You may end up with plenty of steamed buns stocked into freezer ready for breakfast.

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Telur Balado - Indonesian Spicy Eggs

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Easter means plenty of eggs, especially if you have kiddies joining egg hunting event. This telur balado - Indonesian spicy eggs recipe is a foolproof way of turning abundant of hard-boiled eggs into a delicious dish. So you know what you need to do this Sunday right?

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Sambal Botol - Indonesian Bottled Chili Sauce

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Ever since I moved away from California, it has been rather tricky to hunt down Indonesian chili sauce. There are a total of three Asian markets in my city, but none have my beloved chili sauce, so it is time to make the home made version. This sambal botol - Indonesian bottled chili sauce recipe produces sauce that tastes very similar to sambal jap jempol, so if you are a fan, be sure to give this a try :)

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Gudeg - Indonesian Jackfruit Stew

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The most famous jackfruit dish in Indonesia is gudeg. Originated from Central Java, gudeg - Indonesian jackfruit stew is a must have when you visit the city of Jogjakarta. If you can get a hold of canned young jackfruit in your Asian market, do give this recipe a try :)

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Japanese Potato Salad

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If you love creamy and eggy salad, you are going to love this Japanese potato salad. This salad is loved by young and old, and if you have ever visited Japan or any Japanese restaurants really, I am sure you will have tried this by now. For those of you who like preparing bento box, this is a pretty common side dish to prepare :)

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Gochujang Smashed Cucumber

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Do you need to work out some stress and prepare some delicious treat at the same time? You can with this gochujang smashed cucumber recipe, killing two birds with one stone, or more accurately with your hands!

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Daikon & Carrot Miso Soup

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No matter which Japanese restaurant I visit, I invariably served the ubiquitous tofu and wakame miso soup. There is nothing wrong with that version. In fact it is probably one of the most commonly prepared in most households. But I love a more vegetable rich version, and this daikon & carrot miso soup is the one I prepare the most often at home.

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Ma Lai Gao - Steamed Brown Sugar Cake

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Ma Lai Gao is a steamed cake that is a pretty popular item in Chinese dim sum. Whenever I go to have dim sum, I usually end up ordering egg tart instead of ma lai gao. Partly because I know that more skill is required to replicate a good egg tart at home compared to ma lai gao. But for daily tea, I actually prefer ma lai gao - steamed brown sugar cake compared to egg tart, so comforting.

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