Recipes from home, made with love. The authentic Taiwanese cuisine with a healthier twist. Asian cuisine might be a lot easier than you think!

The best part about these recipes is that you can easily double, triple them all since Taiwanese food is often prepared in large quantities. Great for meal plans for the whole week!

Cucumber Salad with Sesame Dressing 麻醬涼拌小黃瓜 (9/5/2017) - A 5-minute salad to use up the cucumbers you find in the farmers market! Nutty, flavorful yet refreshing, a great side dish to noodle or rice dishes.
Eggplant Stir-fry with Basil (8/11/2017) - This savory, squishy eggplant dish spiced with lots of garlic and Thai basil is a classic stir-fry in Taiwan.
Mala Hot Sauce|秘製淑油麻辣醬 (8/3/2017) - 中文在下面–> This recipe was passed down by my grandpa and probably from grandpa of his.
Pumpkin Stir-fry with Salted Egg |鹹蛋炒南瓜 (10/9/2017) - It’s sweet, it’s savory, it has a unique flavor but it’s super tasty! Great way to use up those pumpkins that’s everywhere right now. Welcome to fall, Taiwanese style 🙂
San-Bei Chicken 三杯雞 (9/13/2017) - A Taiwanese classic. Savory, flavorful but easy to make. A great main dish to serve with rice! The best part about this recipe is the method can be used for not only chicken but tofu, mushrooms, seafood and if you’re daring, frogs!
Taiwanese Soy and Vinegar Pickled Cucumber|臺式醬瓜 (10/16/2017) - A popular pickle recipe in Taiwan, it is fast and simple to make. Salty, crunchy, sweet and slightly sour, Taiwanese love eating these pickles with congee or turn them into a variety of savory dishes. Try this 4-ingredient recipe before the cucumbers are gone!
Tomato Scrambled Eggs, Taiwanese Style 台式番茄炒蛋 (9/6/2017) - A sweet and sour dish using ingredients that’s already in the fridge! This is a Taiwanese family favorite since it increases everyone’s appetite(especially kids) and a great side to your lunch box.
Vegetarian Mapo Tofu|蔬食麻婆豆腐 (10/14/2017) - A vegetarian or vegan version of the classic Szechuan dish with all the flavor but none the meat. Even if you’re meat lover, you probably won’t even miss the meat with this recipe! Keep on reading to find out how this famous dish got it’s name!