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  • Writer's pictureEmily Yeo

Dry Ban Mian with Tofu Crumbles

Growing up, eating vegan didn’t really cross my mind. I thought it would be too hard for me to give up fried chicken, runny eggs, and melted cheese. I thought vegan cooking had too many limitations that would affect the taste... my opinion changed after I had experimented with a plant-based diet for a month. I started to change my perspective. I know, it sounds crazy, but the more I cook plant dishes, the more I realise that sometimes indeed, certain dishes are just better without meat traditionally used. Well, such is the case with this vegan dry ban mian with tofu crumbles.



Ban mian is a popular Chinese noodle dish and this particular noodles are truly addictive. The tender noodles are served with a rich sauce that is nutty, lil spicy, and extra fragrant, with a hint of sweetness. It also comes with a flavourful “meat” topping that tastes great and clings to the noodles, just like real meat. The mushrooms lighten the dish, giving it earthiness and turn this bowl of noodles into a super nutritious meal! Mushrooms are packed with goodness. They are high in vitamin D, which is essential for bone health – and also great at boosting the immune system. Mushrooms are also very high in antioxidant properties, which fight against free radicals (that can cause illnesses and create fine lines and wrinkles), and work to protect us against different types of cancers such as prostate, skin, gastric and colon. But aside from all that… mushrooms are absolutely delicious!


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