Ready, Set... Cook!
As Hope Channel Southeast Asia based in Thailand, how fitting that we kick off our new cooking series, Ready, Set... Cook! ?
Pad Thai features a mouthwatering mix of salty, sweet, and sour flavors that we just can’t resist, and we make it vegetarian!
Pad kra pao is one of Thailand’s most popular street foods. Delicious and easy to make, pad kra pao is sure to be a favorite at home as well. In our recipe, we show you how to make it 100% meat-free with tofu instead!
Craving something light and refreshing? This Cabbage Salad is just that. Tangy and a little sweet, this dish is an exciting salad to try making today. Enjoy!
Did you know pumpkins are considered a fruit? Full of vitamins and antioxidants, pumpkins are a great addition to your diet, and we can’t think of a better way to incorporate this amazing fruit into our diets than this creamy pumpkin curry!
Stir-fries are probably the tastiest and easiest way to eat our vegetables, and you can always add or substitute different ingredients according to what you have in the kitchen.
Here we have a special recipe for you featuring the mung bean! Originally from India, this bean is now enjoyed all over Southeast Asia and China. It is full of nutrients and serves as a great way to get some meat-free, healthy protein. Enjoy!
Craving something light and refreshing? This Thai Noodle Salad is just that. This dish is an exciting salad to try making today. Enjoy!
Green curry is a classic Thai flavor that is loved all around the world. Try out this easy vegetarian green curry recipe today!
What is low in calories, high in fiber, packed with vitamins and minerals, and grows on vines? The snake gourd! Make it into this simply stir fry and enjoy!
Did you know Chinese cabbage is in the same family as broccoli and cauliflower? This tasty vegetable helps keep our eyes and skin healthy and can be prepared in a number of way. Try our Chinese cabbage salad recipe today!
A dip, a sauce, a dressing, the possibilities with this healthy pumpkin hummus are endless!
Craving something a little sweet? Try this wonderfully versatile chia seed pudding that gives your body the fiber it needs!
About the Show
As Hope Channel Southeast Asia based in Thailand, how fitting that we kick off our new cooking series, Ready, Set... Cook! ? We as Seventh Day Adventists believe that we were created to eat a plant-based diet and avoid meat products to keep our bodies healthy and our minds clear. Fortunately, this doesn’t stop us from making delicious dishes.
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