Gluten Free Asian Recipes

Mango Pudding

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Mango pudding is widely held as a simple, refreshing and delicious dim sum dessert at yum cha restaurants globally. Traditionally made with fresh mango puree, fresh cream and gelatin then sweetened with sugar.... READ MORE

Sesame Seed Balls (Jian Dui)

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Sesame seed balls or simply sesame balls or Jian Dui in Mandarin is a Chinese sweet. They are made of glutinous rice flour and filled with different fillings like black sesame paste, red... READ MORE

Hokkien Fried Noodles

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Hokkien fried noodles (Hokkien Char Mee) originated from a hawker (street) food stall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The food stall was owned by a chef named Wong Kian Lee dated all the way... READ MORE

Simple Peking Duck Pancakes

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Peking duck or roasted duck is one of China’s national dishes and considered as one of the most delectable and mouth-watering dishes worldwide. The history of roast duck dated many centuries back to... READ MORE

Vegan Pandan Coconut Cupcakes

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Cupcakes are simple to make and scrumptious indulgences that transformed from baking a whole cake which often takes much longer to bake in the oven. It is a small cake invented in the... READ MORE

Homemade Red Bean Paste

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Sweet red bean paste is a nutritious and delicious cooking ingredient used in many Chinese sweet desserts and pastries. Red bean paste or adzuki bean paste is a sweet bean paste that is... READ MORE

Mango Pudding

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Mango pudding is widely held as a simple, refreshing and delicious dim sum dessert at yum cha restaurants globally. Traditionally made with fresh mango puree, fresh cream and gelatin then sweetened with sugar. But more modern versions use evaporated milk. … Continued

Sesame Seed Balls (Jian Dui)

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Sesame seed balls or simply sesame balls or Jian Dui in Mandarin is a Chinese sweet. They are made of glutinous rice flour and filled with different fillings like black sesame paste, red bean paste, crushed peanuts paste or lotus … Continued

Hokkien Fried Noodles

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Hokkien fried noodles (Hokkien Char Mee) originated from a hawker (street) food stall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The food stall was owned by a chef named Wong Kian Lee dated all the way back to 1920s. Up until today, the … Continued

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