Tulsi's Vegan Kitchen

Gobi Matar - Cauliflower and Peas Curry

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A Malaysian take on the classic Indian dish called gobi matar, this dish has been tweaked to provide a spicy, curry gravy.


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Glutinous Rice Balls - Ondeh-Ondeh

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A delicious dessert for afternoon tea, ondeh-ondeh is a perennial favourite in many Malaysian homes. A classic Malay 'kuih' or cake made from glutinous rice flour and pandan leaf flavouring, it has a palm sugar filling.


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Tofu Curry

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One of the fastest and easiest way to prepare a protein- rich curry to satisfy your tastebuds. If you have tofu at hand, this could be one of the easiest ways to have a main dish ready in a jiffy.


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Tempeh Sambal - Tempeh in Spicy Gravy

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This protein-rich dish can be put together in 30 minutes for a delicious main dish. It contains tempeh, crunchy peanuts and potato fries, all combined in a spicy and tangy gravy.


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Chili Paste

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This basic chili paste is a very useful to have in the freezer if you love spicy gravies and sambals like my family.


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Homemade Soy Milk

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Not only is homemade soy milk fresher, it is also often healthier and tastier than those sold commercially.


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Homemade Tofu

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The best tofu you can have will always be the one you make yourself. This is because you can always be sure to choose non-GMO and organic soybeans, and...


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Chapati - Indian Flatbread

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Chapatis are perhaps the easiest to make of the Indian flatbreads. Hence, everyone should learn to make them. They are a healthy choice for any meal of the day.


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Crispy Bitter Gourd Fries

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Bitter gourd is not an easy vegetable to like. As its name suggests, IT IS BITTER. However, various studies have shown that....


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Rose Cookies - Achu Murukku

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Achu Murukku or Rose Cookies are an all-time favourite snack at home during major festivals. Being crispy and having such a unique shape...


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Dahlia Cookies

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A simple recipe for a Malaysian cookie that is a must have for many Malaysian festivals.


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Pineapple Tarts

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This is a favourite during festivals in Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.


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Pineapple Jam

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A perfect and absolutely necessary accompaniment to melt-in-the mouth pineapple jam tarts! It is a labour of love to get the perfect tasting jam


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About Me


Cooking is my hobby and cooking healthy food for my family is my passion. I had the benefit of growing up in a home with a mixed parentage, a North Indian father and a Thai/Chinese mother.


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