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GreenCurryFriedRiceQuickRecipeFifteenSpatulas

GreenCurryFriedRiceQuickRecipeFifteenSpatulas

A wonderful appetizer from the Asian cuisine with lots of veggie goodness. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.

Veg Spring Roll

A wonderful appetizer from the Asian cuisine with lots of veggie goodness. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.

Spicy Korean Chicken

Spicy Korean Chicken

General Tso's Chicken - this chicken is DELICIOUS! Way better than take out!

General Tso’s Chicken

General Tso's Chicken - this chicken is DELICIOUS! Way better than take out!

Amazing Asian Garlic Noodles !!! | mother's recipes

Amazing Asian Garlic Noodles !!! | mother's recipes

Spicy Korean Beef Ramen | lecremedelacrumb.com

Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

Spicy Korean Beef Ramen | lecremedelacrumb.com

Classic Japanese yakisoba recipe, instead of soy sauce authentic yakisoba uses thick sweet sauce similar to Worcestershire sauce.

Yakisoba (Japanese Stir Fry Noodles)

Classic Japanese yakisoba recipe, instead of soy sauce authentic yakisoba uses thick sweet sauce similar to Worcestershire sauce.

Japanese Clear Onion Soup

Japanese Clear Onion Soup

Thai Basil Chicken, by thewoksoflife.com @thewoksoflife

Thai Basil Chicken (Gai Pad Krapow)

Thai Basil Chicken, by thewoksoflife.com @thewoksoflife

Fish sauce is that magical, secret ingredient that somehow completes any dish that it's added to. Traditional to most asian cuisines, a version of fish sauce was also used in ancient Rome. Fish sauce is obviously based on fish, so what's a vegetarian (or vegan) to do if she wants to cook Thai or Vietnamese food, for example? Can't she have some of that magical savoriness, too? The answer is yes! Read on for a fish-free version of fish sauce that uses some very interesting ingredients.

Recipe: Vegan Fish Sauce

Fish sauce is that magical, secret ingredient that somehow completes any dish that it's added to. Traditional to most asian cuisines, a version of fish sauce was also used in ancient Rome. Fish sauce is obviously based on fish, so what's a vegetarian (or vegan) to do if she wants to cook Thai or Vietnamese food, for example? Can't she have some of that magical savoriness, too? The answer is yes! Read on for a fish-free version of fish sauce that uses some very interesting ingredients.

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