We have the perfect Banh Mi recipe that does not skip over any authentic component yet still keeping intact the perfect balance of flavours that make a true Banh Mi. What's more - it is completely vegan and takes you less than 30 minutes to prepare!
When I got home from Rome, I had one and only one mission: veganising Cacio e Pepe. I kept the authentic way of cooking the pasta while substituting dairy cheese with two types homemade vegan cheese. I'd like to say that the result is a success - but try it for yourself and let me know what you think!
Thai tea is a mix of black tea and fragant spices such as star anise, crushed tamarind, cardamom and vanilla, often served with condensed or evaporated milk. Our vegan version is lighter yet still sweet, fragrant and creamy.
Coffee was introduced into Vietnam by the French in the 18th century and soon became a beloved drink. Condensed milk was originally used because fresh milk was rare at the time. At Eat Chay, we created a lighter and healthier version without sacrificing the richness or sweetness of the authentic recipe.
Hands down the ultimate brunch time recipe, takes less than 15 minutes, no fuss! You need to go make it now!
Ice cream for breakfast? Yes Please! This sweet dish is made from banana, avocado and matcha powder, packed with antioxidants and guaranteed to start your morning off right!
From hot burger to macho peas to peri peri salted chips - we've got your favourite Nando's menu items covered!
Step aside Baileys, there's another coffee drink in town! Enjoy this festive drink vegan style.
Cooking a Christmas meal is stressful, especially when you are cooking a vegan one! We have two fool-proof make-ahead recipes - Yorkshire pudding and red wine gravy - that will make your life a little bit easier this weekend.
Pho is the national dish of Vietnam. It is only fitting that vegan pho is our first recipe on the Eat Chay Blog. We created a vegan pho recipe that celebrates the fragrant spices and the sweetness of vegetables, without the unnecessary impurities.