Vegan and Plant-Based Chinese Recipes

Chinese cuisine has a vast wealth of delicious vegan dishes. Chinese food is among the richest in the world in terms of usage and variety of veggies and mushrooms. And there are endless types and ways to cook tofu, which has been a Chinese staple for many centuries. Seasonings, including fragrant aromatics, tantalizing spices, and sauces with deep umami, make veggie dishes even tastier than most meat dishes. It’s hard to choose favorites among the hundreds of vegan recipes I’ve cooked, but you can’t go wrong with Dan Dan Noodle, Eggplant in Garlic Sauce, and Kung Pao Cauliflower.

Millet Porridge (小米粥) - an easy, comforting, and versatile side that takes only 30 minutes to make |

Simple Millet Porridge (小米粥)

Millet porridge is an easy, comforting, and versatile side on the Chinese dinner table. Season it with sugar, pickled vegetables, or cheese; this porridge goes well with nearly any type of main dish. Millet porridge is one of the most important side dishes in Chinese home cooking, and we…
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