Super Easy Buddha’s Delight 罗汉斋 Vegetarian Stir Fry Mixed Vegetable Recipe – Luo Han Zhai

Buddha’s delight which is also known as Luo Han Zhai (罗汉斋) in Chinese, is one of the most well-known vegetarian dishes. Buddha’s delight is so well-known that it even has its own wikipedia page!! 🙂 Buddhist vegetarians do not eat garlic, shallots and onions apart from just meat, eggs or sometimes even diary products. Thus vegetarian dishes are usually made flavourful with soy-based products. So even though Roland didn’t add any garlic in this recipe, he still made it really yummy! We hope you will enjoy this Buddha’s Delight dish (Luo Han Zhai) as much as we did.

See the ingredient list below for your easy reference.

We would like to give special thanks to La Gourmet for letting us try out their high quality non-stick pan and claypot in the video respectively. Their non-stick pan is sold under Shogun by La Gourmet brand. If you like to buy them, you can go to any of the major departmental stores in Singapore such as Isetan, Robinsons, Takashimaya, BHG, OG, Metro or Tangs. These two brands are also available in most major departmental stores in Malaysia. La Gourmet products are also sold in Philippines and Indonesia.

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Ingredients:
Serves 4 – 6 pax

Some cooking oil
4 pcs of Chinese mushrooms – cut into halves
1.5 tablespoons of sesame oil
1 pc of red fermented beancurd
Half a carrot – sliced thinly
2 tablespoons of vegetarian oyster sauce / mushroom sauce
500g of cabbage
0.5 teaspoon of salt
2 cups of mushroom-soaked water
1 tablespoon of light soy sauce
0.5 teaspoon of sugar
80g of fresh black fungus
75g of snow peas
35g of glass noodles (tanghoon)
Some cornstarch solution

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Comments

Elsa&lisa says:

Yum! Buddha’s delight is one of my favorite dishes.i like your combination of ingredients

Kevin Hung says:

Love this channel. Been on the lookout for a while for Asian cooking videos with quality presentation and explained in English. I think there’s actually quite a lot of people curious about it and just wanted a good source of info and you guys are doing a great job of serving this underserved niche. Thanks!

Jason Bean says:

Now I am happy.:)

MeatPao says:

Hello! Any idea on how to get the red fermented beancurd in NTUC? Can’t seem to find it in the online store. Wondering if it goes by another name / whether there’s a specific brand you would recommend.

Guik Kim Tan says:

Can oso add some fried fucuk..

Thi Thanh T says:

This dish is so good ! Mum used to prepare it. Thanks so much !

SJ KVT says:

Going to make this dish soon, thank u soo much for sharing

Yong Booneng says:

Ahh.. so easy.. love that dish.. will be cooking it for piggy year.. Happy New Year.

Trudy Farnum says:

…looks amazing!….will try!

Silver Chopsticks says:

Brother! Where is your fujuk???

Hello says:

Thank you for the video , love your cooking .

adelinecmx1 says:

Hi, may I know where I can buy the red fermented bean curd in Singapore? Thanks!

CHEF ASHI says:

Love your channel! Thank you so much for doing such great videos on your channel. you inspired me to star my own channel Chef Ashi !

Stan Lee says:

Please be warned..
This channel is addictive…

When The Sound Resonates says:

Can you make a Sichuan Ma La Tang soup for hot pot

Joreen Tay says:

Hope you can cook curry vegetable (Ka Li Chap Chai)

Wyatt Dowling says:

I’m from Houston, Texas. Another great video!

www says:

how about a vid on my favorite, char kway teow

J A says:

Hi from London. You are good at tutoring us on how to cook authentic Chinese dishes. I am your biggest fan! Love it.

EDEN ETIENNE says:

WOW

Adrian At And T says:

It looks delicious but ,I am not vegetarian , but why cant y use garlic, y using suger?

Jay Lai says:

Like all your videos, but cant help but to highlight to you. You seems to keep saying “hydrate” when you actually meant “rehydrated”. Noticed that in a few videos. Just a little feedback.

Hippie Homesteader Wannabe says:

Now you’ve got me wanting some cabbage. (Really looks yummy!)

Rebecca says:

Looks delicious. Love absolutely love mushrooms, can’t wait to try. Sharing this video with everyone. Thanks chef. Ok might add shrimp or char sui…..maybe….umm yeah. Love you both

Nick Teoh says:

This dish is one of my favourites even though I am Roman Catholic. Will try this once I get all the ingredients. Thank You.

Crystal Bee says:

Dish looks great but why no garlic in this true vegetarian dish?

chow kok hui says:

Cheff share make crispy eggplant

nicwonders says:

Hope that you guys will have more cny cooking videos!

MR Stacker says:

Great Vid  !

Adrian At And T says:

I really meant why no garlic?

Tessa Tay says:

Thank you so so much for this! Been wondering what veggie dish to prepare for my reunion dinner. Need something delish yet easy to cook and the ingredients available at where I’m residing. This dish will take away a bit of my homesickness.

Juliet Ong says:

Good dish to add when the occasional vegetarian Friend joins for a meal. I usually cook this dish using garlic though!!

Damien koh says:

I made this for my Brother and he loves it!

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