Craving the vibrant flavors of Asian street food but can’t hop on a plane? We’ve got you covered. We’re bringing the bustling streets of Asia right to your kitchen with 12 authentic and mouthwatering recipes that’ll have you savoring the essence of street food from the comfort of your home.
Iced Coffee Recipe from Southeast Asia
This Iced Coffee recipe is special because it’s made with a secret ingredient that is very popular in Southeast Asia– sweetened condensed milk! This drink is enjoyed often in Cambodia, but is so popular that it’s often called Thai Iced Coffee! It is made with one three ingredients (one of which is ice) and is the perfect way to liven up your morning brew.
I love fruit and I love candy so combining the two is a huge yes from me! This tanghulu (candied fruit) recipe is one of my favorite things to make; it’s easy and fun, and as an added bonus – the candied fruit on a bamboo skewer is such a pretty sight. You’re going to LOVE this recipe.
Pad Thai from Thailand
Juicy king prawns and tiny little shrimp all fried together with rice noodles in a sweet and spicy sauce. Finished off with crunchy peanuts, fresh coriander and a squeeze of tangy lime, this Pad Thai combines BIG flavours to make a lip-smackingly tasty dinner that you can pull together in 30 minutes.
Chinese Scallion Pancakes (Cong You Bing)
Chinese scallion pancakes are both a street food favorite as well as found in restaurants. They are easier than you might think to make at home with only a few ingredients. The result is a delicious mix of flaky layers, chewiness, crisp outside and tasty flavors.
Aloo Chop Recipe | Bengali Potato Fritters
Aloo Chop is a deep-fried snack where a patty of spiced mashed potato is dipped in a batter before deep-frying. It is a popular evening snack, often served with a bowl of muri or puffed rice, sliced onion and a couple of green chillies. Similar to Batata Vada or Aloo Bonda, here mashed potato is fried with ginger and garlic to prepare the filling. It is mildly spicy and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Easy and Delicious Homemade Hong Kong Bubble Waffles
These easy-to-make and delicious homemade Hong Kong bubble waffles have a unique twist on traditional waffles, with a crispy exterior and a soft, sponge-like interior. This easy-to-follow recipe will guide you in creating the perfect balance of crispy and chewy textures as close as you can get to the ones found on the streets of Hong Kong. So step out of your breakfast routine and give this unique-shaped waffle a try.
Easy Paneer Frankie (Paneer Rolls)
This is a simplified recipe for paneer frankie with an easy paneer masala filling, fresh veggies and mango chutney. Learn the secret that makes these paneer rolls special!
How To Make Vietnamese Pizza
Vietnamese pizza, a popular street food is made with rice paper topped with all forms of goodness – pork, shrimp, and egg. Extremely simple to make, this fun no-oven required savory and sweet Vietnamese pizza will become a new favorite.
Taiyaki: Sweet Japanese Fish-Shaped Waffles
Taiyaki will not only captivate your eyes but will satisfy your taste buds and sweet cravings. This delightful Japanese fish-shaped waffle has a crispy exterior, soft and fluffy interior with deliciously sweet azuki bean paste stuffed inside. You’ll find this little snack sold by street vendors and dessert specialty stores in Japan but if you’re an adventurous dessert aficionado then this taiyaki recipe will guide you through creating these adorable sweet fish in the comfort of your own kitchen!
Korean Street Toast (Gilgeori Toast 길거리 토스트)
Korean Street Toast is a grilled egg omelette sandwich filled with crunchy veggies and cheese. It’s a wonderful medley of flavors – buttery, savory, crunchy and even is a bit salty and sweet. It also has great chewy and crunchy texture in addition to the gooey melted cheese so it’s bound to satisfy all your cravings!
Instant Pot Pav Bhaji – Mumbai Street Food
Pav Bhaji is super popular Indian street food recipe. Originated by street food vendors of Mumbai, pav bhaji is a hearty vegetarian stew served with buttery crispy breads. Truly comfort food classic, it’s an iconic fast food recipe craved and devoured by millions on daily basis. Mumbai pav bhaji is a spicy preparation mixed vegetables, cooked and mashed along with fresh tomatoes, onions, ginger, garlic and masala. You serve it with bunch of garnishes along with warm bread crisp fried in butter.. it’s heavenly.
Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce from Brunei
Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce is a spectacular meal from Brunei. Chicken pieces are marinated in a Thai-flavored marinade and then grilled on a barbecue grill. They are then dipped in scrumptious peanut sauce to be enjoyed!