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Vegetarian Christmas Dinner Recipe Ideas


Vegetarian Christmas Dinner Recipe Ideas

vegetarian christmas dinner

Christmas is a special day celebrated by both Christians and non-Christians around the world. It is a day for love, fun, and happiness. It is also a time for giving and receiving gifts, usually after a sumptuous Christmas dinner.  


Are you still thinking of recipe ideas for the upcoming Christmas celebration? This year, instead of just meat recipes, why not include some delectable vegetarian recipes too? They are healthier and right for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.  


In this post, we are excited to present to you some of the best vegetarian Christmas dinner recipe ideas. Let’s find out. 

Mixed Fragrance Vegetarian Rice Pot

We know turkey and cranberry sauce are the must-haves for Christmas, but what about giving your Christmas dinner a fusion twist this Christmas by serving the aromatic mixed vegetable rice pot at the same time? 


It is long grain rice that has been steamed in a claypot, absorbing the essence and flavors of the mushrooms, various veggies, and sauce to become incredibly flavorful and aromatic.


The Mixed Fragrance Veg. Rice Pot provides you with all the energy you need for a long and enjoyable Christmas celebration with your friends and family. 



Mixed Fragrance Veg. Rice Pot

Mixed Fragrance Veg. Rice Pot

Course Main Course
Cuisine Malaysian



  • 5 pcs Veg. Chai Gor
  • 1 sheet Veg. Crispy Soya
  • 30 g Veg. Mushroom Meat
  • 1/2 pot Cooked Rice
  • 20 g Carrot Cubes
  • 20 g Green Beans
  • 20 g Slices Button mushrooms


  • 15 g Cooking oil
  • 5 g Sesame oil
  • 8 g Soy sauce
  • 3 g Dark soy sauce
  • 1 g Salt
  • 1 g Sugar
  • 1 g White pepper
  • 5 g Veg. oyster sauce


  • First pan-fry Veg. Mushroom Meat with cooking oil for 2 minutes. Then deep fry Veg. Chai Gor and Crispy Soya. Dry it and set aside.
  • Chop Veg. Mushroom Meat into cubes while Veg. Chai Gor into two slices.
  • Then put all the pan-fried ingredients into the cooked pot rice and mix it evenly. After that add in sesame oil, soy sauce, dark soy sauce, veg. seasonings, salt, sugar, white pepper, veg. oyster sauce, carrots, green bean and button mushroom. Stir and mix well. Cover and let the rice cooker continue to cook until it’s done.
  • Lastly, scoop the cooked mixed fragrance veg. rice into a bowl. Garnish with Veg. Crispy Soya. Serve hot!
Keyword Veg. Chai Gor, Veg. Crispy Soya, Veg. Mushroom Meat

Braised Fried Vegetarian Seaweed Fish

Braised Fried Vegetarian Seaweed Fish is a great alternative to the usual fish dish at a Christmas dinner. This mouth-watering dish is especially suitable for those who are transitioning to a plant-based meat diet or a vegan diet. 


This is because seaweed is a one-of-a-kind source of essential nutrients such as iron, potassium, magnesium, iodine, calcium, fibre, zinc, and other metabolizing combinations. 


Veg. Seaweed Fish

Braised Fried Veg. Seaweed Fish

There are severalways to serve these Veg. Seaweed Fish: with vegan tartar sauce, ketchup,ranch dressing, or barbecue sauce. Serve them with mashed potatoes, Frenchfries, or sweet potato fries on the side for a complete weekday dinner orback-to-school meal.
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine Chinese


  • 5 pcs Veg. Seafood Tofu
  • 5 pcs Veg Seaweed Fish
  • 5 pcs Crispy Soya
  • 20 g Enoki mushroom
  • 10 g Shimeji mushroom
  • 10 g Shitake mushroom
  • 10 g Carrots sliced
  • 15 g White cabbage sliced
  • 29 g Vegetarian seasonings
  • 10 g Veg. Oyster sauce
  • 39 9 Soy sauce
  • 2 g Dark soy sauce
  • 39 g Sesame oil
  • 3 g Potato starch mixed with water 5g
  • 1 g sugar
  • 300 g water
  • 1 g salt


  • Deep fry the Veg. Seafood tofu and set aside.
  • Deep fry the Veg. Seaweed fish and set aside.
  • Deep fry the crispy soya and set aside.
  • Place enoki, shimeji, and shitake mushroom in a pan. Add the carrots and white cabbage.
  • Add soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, salt, and Veg. Seasonings, Veg. Oyster sauce, and dark soy sauce
  • Add water and bring to boil.
  • Add potato starch water, Veg. Seafood tofu, Veg.Seaweed Fish, and crispy soya. Cook for 3 minutes.

Notes Fried Veg. Seaweed Fish
Keyword Veg. Seaweed Fish

Vegetarian Chicken Roll

The Veg. Chicken Roll is your perfect Christmas dinner meal—healthy, nutritious, and fully plant-based! They are easy to assemble and can be ready in between 15-20 minutes. 


These wraps are so addictive and are sure to satisfy your Christmas dinner guests and family members.  


Vegetarian Chicken Roll

Try this Veg. Chicken Roll Wrap recipe to make your daily meal way more exciting! Stuffed with only wholesome ingredients, it’s perfect for grab-and-go when you’re busy running errands but still keen to stay healthy.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American


  • Everbest veg. roasted chicken
  • 5 Everbest veg. fresh soy stick
  • 5 pcs Tortilla wraps
  • 50 g Carrots (sliced)
  • 50 g Cucumber (sliced)
  • 50 g Salad (sliced)
  • 50 g Cabbage (sliced)


  • 100 g Veg. mayonnaise
  • 2 g Lemon juice


  • Deep fry veg. roasted chicken and set aside.
  • Deep fry fresh soy stick and set aside.
  • Cut the tortilla wrap in half and place cabbage on the wrap. Apply mayonnaise and lemon sauce along with carrots, cucumber and fresh soy stick on it.
  • Fold up the tortilla and place in the veg. roasted chicken for the finishing touches.



Roasted ChickenEverbest fresh soy sticks
Keyword Fresh Soy Chip, Veg. Roasted Chicken

Claypot Vegetarian Seafood

This is a perfect vegetarian dish for many. In the claypot, you will find a great variety of ingredients that pick up all the essence and tastes from the mushrooms, tofu, and savoury oyster, dark, and soy sauces. It is so satisfying that you won’t even miss the meat! 


Claypot Veg. Seafood

Claypot Veg. Seafood

Course Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine Malaysian



  • 5 pcs Veg. Fresh Soy Knot
  • 5 pcs Veg. Layer Meat
  • 5 pcs Veg. Seafood Tofu
  • 5 pcs Veg. Dumpling
  • 5 pcs Shitake Mushroom
  • 15 g Carrot
  • 10 g Chinese Mushroom
  • 5 g Green Bean


  • 5 g Cooking Oil
  • 10 g Veg. Oyster Sauce
  • 3 g Soy sauce
  • 1 g Sugar
  • 1 g Salt
  • 2 g Dark soy sauce
  • 3 g Sesame oil
  • 3 g Potato starch mixed with water 5g
  • 300 g Water


  • Deep fry soy knot and seafood tofu untilbrownish. Then dry it.
  • Heat the oil in a frying pan. Add mushroom, carrot, Chinese mushroom and green bean. Fry for 2 minutes, after that, add water and veg. oyster sauce. Leave it to boil.
  • When boiling, put in Everbest Veg. Fresh Soy Knot, Veg. Layer Meat, Veg. Seafood Tofu, Veg. Dumplings altogether. Cook for 2 minutes.
  • After that add in veg. oyster sauce, soy sauce, dark soy sauce, a pinch of salt, sugar andsesame oil into the frying pan with all thein other gredients. Then add potato starch mixed with water. Stir & mix well.
  • Finally pour all the cooked ingredients andsauce into a claypot. Decorate it then it’s ready to serve and enjoy!
Keyword Fresh Soy Knot, Veg. Dumpling, Veg. Later Meat, Veg. Seafood Tofu

Veg. Stewed Lamb Chunk/Roasted Chicken Spaghetti

Who doesn’t love spaghetti? It is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine. What about a special pasta made with vegetarian chicken or stewed lamb? You definitely have to try this out. We assure you that your whole family is going to love it. Plus, it is really easy to make.  


vegetarian spaghetti

Veg. Stewed Lamb Chunk/Roasted Chicken Spaghetti

Course Main Course
Cuisine American


  • Everbest Veg. Stewed Lamb Chunk or Everbest Veg. Rosted Chicken.
  • Tomatoes, bell peppers (different colours), mushroom
  • Olive oil
  • Pasta, celery leaves or basil leaves


  • Tomato puree (5 tomatoes)
  • 2 tbsp black pepper sauce
  • 1/2 tbsp salt
  • margarine


Sauce Cooking Method

  • Preheat olive oil.
  • Stir fry until fragrant: tomatoes, bell peppers, mushroom and Everbest Veg. Stewed Lamb Chunk (or Everbest Veg. Rosted Chicken, according to your preference).
  • Add sauce ingredients and some water.
  • Stir fry until boiled.
  • Turn to low heat and simmer for ten minutes.

Pasta Cooking Method

  • Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil.
  • Add pasta and cook for five minutes. It’s recommended to cook the pasta to a little elastic. Avoid half cooking.
  • Drain the pasta.
  • Mix the pasta with olive oil to prevent it from sticking together.
  • Drain, and toss with the sauce.
  • Top with basil leaves or celery leaves.
  • Serve while hot.


Stewed Lamb ChunkRoasted Chicken
Keyword Veg. Roasted Chicken, Vegetarian lamb chunks

Versatile Everbest Ring Rolls (Ring Roll Kaya, Ring Roll Rojak, Ring Roll Ice Cream Potong)

The Everbest Ring Roll is simply versatile—you can practically eat it in any creative way you can think of. 


Although the Everbest Ring Roll is best eaten with soup based dishes, it can be wonderfully combined with many other desserts to satisfy your cravings, especially for those who have the most discerning sweet tooth.  


Ring Roll Kaya

ring roll kaya

Simply unroll Everbest Ring Rolls using your hands and spread your favourite kaya onto them. When done spreading, roll back the ring rolls and eat them just like that. Everbest Ring Rolls’ crispy texture combined with the sweetness of the kaya will leave you wanting more!

Ring Roll Rojak

Rojak is a highly popular salad made with fresh sliced fruits and served with a spicy palm sugar dressing. It is a favourite dessert for many Malaysians. With Everbest Ring Rolls, you can further spice up this mouth-watering dessert and make it even more appealing. 


Use Everbest Ring Rolls as the Rojak topping instead of peanuts or mini fried Chinese You Tiao. Use your hands to gently break Everbest Ring Rolls and place them on top of the Rojak. 


Next, pour your favourite palm sugar dressing on top of everything. Your creative and yummylicious Ring Roll Rojak is ready to be served.

ring roll rojak

Ring Roll Ice Cream Potong

ring roll ice cream potong

This is the simplest to prepare of all. Simply unroll Everbest Ring Rolls, wrap them around your favourite ice cream potong and eat them just like that.  

In a Nutshell

So, here are the best vegetarian Christmas dinner recipe ideas for the upcoming holiday season! We hope these recipe ideas can give you and your guests a memorable Christmas. 


Everbest offers the healthiest and most innovative soybean-based products in Malaysia. Give our easy-to-prepare plant based meat, vegetarian meat, and frozen halal dim sum a try for an all new gastronomic experience.

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How to Prepare Yourself for a Plant-based Diet


How to Prepare Yourself for a Plant-based Diet

A Couple Buying vegetarian foods

Changing to a plant-based diet or becoming a vegan is a big decision. Therefore, if you sense a calling to do so, it is vital to make sure that it is carried out in a way that is slow, harmonious, and effortless. 


It’s wonderful that you want to do more to protect the environment, but it’s critical that you carry out these actions for yourself as well. This is essential to keep in mind if you intend to follow through with it over the long haul. 


If you don’t take care of yourself, you risk becoming malnourished, too hungry, or both, and ultimately giving up on the new diet.


The following are some useful suggestions to prepare yourself for a plant-based diet. 



Do You Really Want To Do This?

First, the most important step is ensuring you truly want to make this lifestyle change. There is nothing that will make you feel less in control of your life than allowing someone else to decide which foods you should and should not eat. 


Your sense of self-worth and self-esteem are going to take a significant hit as a result of this. Make sure that it is something you genuinely want to accomplish and that it is a change that your body feels good doing before you commit to changing to a plant-based diet. If your answer is still yes, then that’s fantastic. 


You have already accomplished more than half of your goal, and your body will be happy that you are paying attention to what it needs. Determine the month you will start, and then start gradually working your way up to it.



Educate Yourself

It is recommended to look at a number of easy-to-use plant-based recipes to get an idea of what you could eat in your plant-based diet. Before you go vegan entirely, it is wise to experiment with consuming one or two of these foods so that you are not totally unfamiliar with them.


So create a shopping list, after which you will head out to the store to purchase at least two or three of the indicated proteins so that you already have them at home before you start. 


Everbest’s plant-based meat is a good choice to get started. Our mouthwatering plant-based meats such as veg. drumsticks, veg. Hong Kong barbeque meat, and veg. fish slices are just a few that will make getting started with a plant-based diet an easy feat. 


Transition Slowly and Cautiously

To make it easier for yourself when you get started, stop eating any kind of meat and just stick to fish. Then you should begin incorporating some of the new vegetarian proteins three to four times each week. 


Then, after a week, increase the frequency to up to five times per week and continue doing so until the final week, when you are ready to stop eating fish and switch to a diet consisting solely of plants.


Make Sure You Stock Up

Make sure you stock up on good quality, healthy vegan choices in your home so that you don’t end up starving and stuck in a situation where you don’t know what to eat and end up consuming a large bag of potato chips. 


For instance, it is a good idea to stock your fridge with Everbest’s veg. black pomfret fish, veg. prawn and veg. seaweed fish


In addition to that, make sure there is a good supply of vegetables at home. 



Accept It, and Have Fun With It!

This is the part where you get to have fun. If you’re going to do it, you might as well give it all you’ve got. 


Take some vegan cooking classes, have fun trying out new recipes with your friends, ask them over for dinner, and experiment with different ways to prepare the meal. 


It is very important that you are happy with your decision and that you continue to enjoy both eating and cooking. This will prevent you from experiencing feelings of deprivation. 


For hassle-free cooking, explore Everbest’s Dim Sum series, including veg. pandan chicken, veg. siew mai and veg. dumpling. 


To Conclude

There is a wide variety of vegetarian diets, so pick the one that best suits your lifestyle and preferences. For example, eggs and dairy products, as well as meat, poultry, fish, and seafood on occasion, are permitted on a flexitarian or semi-vegetarian diet.


Eggs, dairy products, fish, and seafood are allowed on a pescatarian diet (but no red meat or poultry). 


For a vegetarian diet, eggs and dairy products are permitted, but no forms of meat, poultry, fish, or seafood should be consumed. Lastly, vegans consume no animal products. 


To get your supply of plant-based meat and vegetarian meat, look for Everbest products at all major supermarkets in Malaysia. 

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Why plant-based meat and vegan food are getting popular in Malaysia


Why plant-based meat and vegan food are getting popular in Malaysia

Veg. Hong Kong Barbeque Meat

More Malaysians are choosing to consume vegan food as more evidence emerges demonstrating how plant-based meat is a better option. 


In other words, Malaysians are becoming more conscious of their health, the health of their family members, and the wellbeing of the planet. 


In fact, this applies to everything from the meals we order or cook to the type of milk that we put in our coffee.



Malaysians' Insatiable Cravings for More Nutritious Food

Malaysians have grown more health-conscious and environmentally-conscious, which, in turn, has inspired greater innovation in terms of meals, food ingredients, and food products that are available on the market. This is especially true following the pandemic. 


Here are some of the main reasons why plant-based and vegan products are becoming more popular in Malaysian: 


People are wondering, “Where does my food come from?” and there is a growing desire for more transparency. 


The availability of information on the internet and the efforts of influential people emphasizing the benefits of plant-based meat and vegan food have contributed to an increase in the level of health awareness.  

A heightened emphasis on the flavour and quality of plant-based food products, in addition to an expanded selection of options in retail outlets and dining establishments. 


Malaysians are looking for more creativity, flexibility, and diversity in their diets, and one way they are achieving this is by reimagining traditional meal pairings and trying out novel flavours. 


Malaysians Are Becoming Aware of Environmental and Public Health Issues

Animal meat, particularly red meat, is frequently criticized as being damaging to the health of the environment. 


Moreover, it has been common knowledge for a good number of years that the production of meat (particularly the production of beef) is a significant contributor to the emissions of greenhouse gases. 


This is because livestock consumes a significant portion of the land and water resources available on Earth. 


However, it is essential to keep in mind that not all animal meat is created equal. Animal meat made in a big factory has a different effect on the environment than meat made on a small family farm. 



Malaysians Are Aware That a Plant-Based Diet Could Help Them Lose Weight

According to the National Health and Morbidity Survey, Malaysia is the most obese country in Southeast Asia. In this regard, Malaysians who wish to lose weight can switch to a plant-based diet. 


This is because people who consume more plant-based foods typically have a lower body mass index. Whole grains and vegetables are relatively low on the glycemic index, which means they are absorbed more slowly. 


Fruit provides antioxidants and fibre, both of which assist prolong fullness and are contributing factors in the weight loss.



In a Nutshell

The market for plant-based meat in Malaysia is being driven by more than simply vegans and vegetarians. Flexitarians are also making significant contributions to its expansion. 


People who live a flexitarian lifestyle tend to consume a diet that consists primarily of plant-based foods but will, on occasion, consume foods that contain animal products. 


The plant-based meat movement is being propelled forward by flexitarians more than anything else. 


The majority of flexitarians will give these plant-based foods a try before coming to the conclusion that the taste is highly comparable to meat. As a result, they are ready to include plant-based meat in their normal routine. 


There is a lot of room for expansion in the plant-based meat industry in Malaysia, and established food companies, such as Everbest are working relentlessly to develop new formulations that enhance the taste, environmental benefits and health benefits of these foods.


These advancements have continued to encourage more Malaysians to choose plant-based meat and vegan food.     

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Vegetarian Meat vs Plant-based Meat: Are They the Same?


Vegetarian Meat vs Plant-based Meat: Are They the Same?

Vegetarian soy meat

Vegetarian meats have been available for many years in Malaysia. You might be wondering how traditional vegetarian meats compare to the new plant-based meats that are already in supermarkets in the form of nuggets, burgers, and other foods.


In Malaysia, vegetarian meats have long existed and are typically produced from wheat gluten. These conventional vegetarian meats are available as minced meat, sausages, and nuggets.  


On the other hand, plant-based meats are contemporary meat-free foods created from peas, soy, mung beans, and rice proteins. They could also be made with proteins from whole foods like jackfruit and lion’s mane mushrooms.


Vegetarian meat and plant-based meats differ primarily in their ingredients, nutritional content, and flavour. Vegetarian meats are more processed than newer plant-based proteins, have lower nutritional content, and taste less like actual meat.


Malaysian plant-based meat is manufactured using components that have been extracted and taken from plants to produce a patty that resembles meat. The following are the characteristics of plant-based meat. 


  • Plant-based meats are produced using plants and are designed to look, feel, and taste like genuine meat.
  • Plant-based meats are lower in calories and saturated fat than vegetarian meat. Therefore, they are healthier than vegetarian meat.
  • Beet juice, vegetable protein extract, and coconut oil are components of plant-based meats.


A dietary comparison

Vegetarian meats, as aforementioned, are typically highly processed, have little nutritional value, and use a lot of salt and unhealthy additives. Even some have been discovered to contain substances sourced from animals.


Researchers working on production technology, biochemistry, and nutritional profiles are continually refining the more recent plant-based proteins, which have been developed via considerable research. 


Since they don’t contain cholesterol, have more fibre and less saturated fat than meat, they typically have superior nutritional value.

Plant-based proteins are also frequently linked to high protein levels and supplemental intake of vital minerals like zinc and B12. 


Some plant-based meats use healthy ingredients like coconut oil and beet juice to make them look and taste like meat.


Therefore, plant-based meats tend to be healthier than actual meat.



Diets with plant protein offer many advantages

Protein is an essential macronutrient for humans. It is essential as a nutrient for strong muscles, healthy hair, nails, and skin, as well as other biochemical activities. Your body is made up of about 20% protein. 


For every kilogram of body weight, you require roughly 0.8 grams of protein every day. 


When it comes to giving the body enough proteins, there is no distinction between proteins derived from animals and plants. The 22 amino acids are identical in both forms, although they are distributed differently. 


The nine essential amino acids that your body can’t synthesize on its own are also found in vegan-friendly foods like pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, hemp seeds, quino, buckwheat, and soy.


You can get all the important amino acids from plant-based proteins without the meat’s high calorie, cholesterol, and saturated fat content. In light of this, plant-based meat may aid in weight loss. 


In fact, plant-based diets have been associated with lower levels of body weight, cholesterol, heart disease, and blood pressure. In comparison to non-vegetarians, vegetarians had a lower risk of death from heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and stroke.



Traditional meats are more expensive because they are produced in large quantities in animal agriculture as opposed to plant-based meats, which are produced on a much smaller scale. 


Finally, vegetarian meat and plant-based meats are almost the same yet different in terms of nutritional value. Consuming plant-based meat tends to be healthier than consuming actual meat.

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A Quick Guide to a Plant-Based Diet


A Quick Guide to a Plant-Based Diet

plant-based diet meal

A plant-based diet is one in which you eat largely or exclusively plant-based foods instead of meat. 


In Malaysia, people interpret and use the phrase “plant-based diet” in various ways. Some perceive it as a vegan diet in which all animal products are avoided.


Others say that a plant-based diet means eating mostly plant foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, legumes, and vegetarian meat. A plant-based diet also emphasizes whole foods as opposed to manufactured foods.


In this guide, we’ll talk about the benefits of a plant-based diet and how to follow one.



The Benefits of a Plant-based Diet

It builds your immune system

Plants include important nutrients that are not found in other foods. Plants’ vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals, and antioxidants help maintain your cells healthy and your body in balance, allowing your immune system to work optimally.


Plant foods help to decrease inflammation

The vital nutrients found in plants help to reduce inflammation in the body. The same phytochemicals and antioxidants that help your immune system also move through your body and get rid of toxins from pollution, processed foods, germs, viruses, and other sources.


A plant-based diet aids with weight management

One of the most essential things you can do to lower your risk of cancer is to maintain a healthy weight.


This is due to the fact that being overweight creates inflammation and hormonal imbalance. Obesity increases the chance of 12 distinct cancers, including colorectal, postmenopausal breast, uterine, esophageal, kidney, and pancreatic cancer.


When you largely consume vegetables, you eliminate many of the things that contribute to weight gain. With exercise, you’re well on your way to losing weight.

Plants have a lot of fibre

All unprocessed plant foods include fibre. It is the part of the plant that holds everything together, and eating more of it has a lot of benefits.


Eating a plant-based diet enhances gut health, allowing you to absorb more nutrients from the food that boost your immune system and reduce inflammation. Fibre can help with bowel control by lowering cholesterol and stabilizing blood sugar.


Fibre can help with bowel control by lowering cholesterol and stabilizing blood sugar.

Foods to Eat on a Plant-based Diet

When shifting to a plant-based diet, people should prioritize the following food groups. This group comprises plant-based meats, fruits, and vegetables.


Vegetables are abundant in a healthy plant-based diet. A variety of colourful veggies supply a variety of vitamins and minerals.


Here are several examples:

  • broccoli
  • kale
  • beetroot
  • cauliflower
  • asparagus
  • carrots
  • tomatoes
  • peppers
  • zucchini

Root vegetables are high in carbs and micronutrients. They are as follows:

  • sweet potato
  • potatoes
  • butternut squash
  • beets


All fruits are included in a plant-based diet, including:

  • berries
  • citrus fruits
  • bananas
  • apples
  • grapes
  • melons
  • avocado


Legumes are a great source of fibre and plant protein. People can eat a broad range of foods, including:

  • chickpeas
  • lentils
  • peas
  • kidney beans
  • black beans

Plant-based meat

Vegetarian or plant-based meat in Malaysia is used to describe meals that resemble meat but are manufactured from plants. You can eat them in different forms, including:


Seeds make an excellent snack or a simple way to add extra nutrition to a salad or soup. Calcium is found in sesame seeds.


Sunflower seeds are both high in vitamin E. Other seeds to consider are:

  • pumpkin
  • chia
  • hemp
  • flax


Nuts are high in plant-based protein and micronutrients like selenium and vitamin E.

  • brazil
  • almonds
  • cashews
  • pecans
  • macadamia
  • pistachios

Healthy fats

Consuming polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, as well as omega-3 fatty acids, is critical. Among the plant-based sources are:

  • avocados
  • walnuts
  • chia seeds
  • hemp seeds
  • flaxseed
  • olive oil
  • canola oil

Whole grains

Whole grains are high in fibre and assist in keeping blood sugar levels constant. They also include important minerals, including magnesium, copper, and selenium.


Whole grains include the following:

  • brown rice
  • oats
  • spelt
  • buckwheat
  • quinoa
  • wholegrain bread
  • rye
  • barley

Plant-based milk

If you wish to cut back on dairy, there is a broad selection of plant-based milk available in grocery stores and online. These are some examples:

  • almond
  • soy
  • coconut
  • rice
  • oat
  • hemp

Make sure to choose unsweetened plant milk options.


In Summary

Following a plant-based diet and cutting down on animal products can be advantageous to your health in many ways. For instance, you can lose or keep an ideal weight and lower your risk of heart disease and diabetes.

When switching to a plant-based diet, you should start by cutting back on meat and dairy. Eating an entirely plant-based meal once a week or substituting a meat dish with plant-based ingredients is a good start. 

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Remarkable Facts About Plant-Based Meat You Probably Don’t Know


Remarkable Facts About Plant-Based Meat You Probably Don't Know

vegan chicken

Plant-based meat looks like beef, bleeds and sizzles when cooked, and can be grilled with traditional barbecue ingredients.


Even better, it is not just about looks. The flavour is so authentic that even meat eaters may mistake it for the genuine thing if they don’t know any better.


Before you take your next bite of vegetarian meat in Malaysia, here are some remarkable facts you probably don’t know.



They are a great source of protein

A complete protein will have all nine essential amino acids in its structure. When referring to nourishment, the term “essential” denotes that it is something that our bodies are unable to produce on their own and that it must be obtained from the foods we eat. 



Many believe that plant foods offer very little in the way of complete protein sources (quinoa and buckwheat are two others). 



This is wrongly interpreted by a lot of individuals, who think humans can’t get enough protein from a plant-based diet. This is obviously not the case. 



Combining many plant-based meals with supplements is another option. The fact is, it is possible to get all the protein you need from a plant-based diet alone. 



On the other hand, pea protein and soy protein, which are both produced from yellow peas and soya beans, respectively, are excellent sources of protein.



Every ingredient is 100% plant-based

Heating the protein by low moisture extrusion is a common method used to texturize the protein. 


The most popular types of TVPs used in meat substitutes are those that are derived from soy, wheat, or pea protein, as well as combinations of these three.  


However, there are a growing number of protein sources that are capable of being texturized and have the potential to be used in the production of innovative plant-based products that are similar to burgers. 


Although it is not the sole ingredient, the pea protein that is obtained from dried and powdered yellow peas is the one that may be found in the largest quantity in most current vegetarian “meats.” 


And it has also been shown that soy is the best source of protein among the components that may be used to make plant-based meat.



They contain a significant amount of salt and fat

The mouthwatering quality of burgers, meatballs, and sausages can be attributed, in part, to the amount of salt and fat that they contain. This is the case with meals derived from both plants and animals. 


There is a common misconception that vegetarians enjoy better health; this is not always the case. If you’re shopping with a focus on your health, it’s especially important to pay attention to the levels of salt, fat, and even sugar in the foods you’re purchasing. 


In this regard, plant-based meats offer a good balance of salt and fat and are a healthier choice. 



They also include a good amount of fibre

We don’t give fibre nearly enough credit, and the majority of us don’t consume nearly enough of it in our diets either. 


Fibre can assist in the management of blood sugar, the decrease of cholesterol, and the maintenance of a feeling of fullness for extended periods of time. 


Real meat and other foods derived from animals lack any dietary fibre. On the other hand, plant-based meats have a lot of it.



Some plant-based meats contain heme iron

Heme and non-heme iron are the two forms of dietary iron that are available to humans. 


Meat and other items derived from animals are the sole natural sources of heme iron. Additionally, our bodies have little trouble absorbing this particular kind of iron. Plant products often include non-heme iron in their natural state. 


Our bodies may have a more difficult time absorbing and making use of non-heme iron, but we may improve our body’s ability to absorb this type of iron by ingesting food that is high in vitamin C at the same time.


Thankfully, companies producing plant-based meat alternatives in Malaysia have found a way to create heme iron from fermented yeast, meaning these products can contain heme iron without containing any meat. 



In a Nutshell

Today, plant-based meats are popular in Malaysia and around the world. Consuming plant-based meats eliminates many of the health concerns caused by conventional methods of producing meat, including those that can make you sick. 


This is an intriguing fact that is worth mentioning, and it is one that ought to be brought to our attention. Vegetarian meat in Malaysia is made without using hormones or antibiotics. 

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Surprising Benefits of Plant-Based Meat


Surprising Benefits of Plant-Based Meat

Vegetarian Chicken Meat

Today, people are becoming more aware of their responsibilities to the environment and animals.


This is especially reflected in their dietary choices. In this regard, plant-based meats in Malaysia that are derived from soy, which are now increasingly comparable to actual meat, are becoming popular too.  


This is due to extensive R&D and technological advancements. The fact is, plant-based meat offers many surprising benefits and has great potential to replace real meat in the not-so-distant future.


The following are the many benefits of consuming plant-based meat.



1. Constipation Relief and Prevention

Vegetables are recognised for their high fibre content, which aids in constipation relief and intestinal health. Beans, which are commonly used in plant-based meats, are a good source of nutritional fibre.


2. Assists with Weight Loss

It’s a fact that the kitchen accounts for 80% of the fitness journey. Weight loss is only successful when it is accompanied by the proper foods. Plant-based meat is high in protein and fibre, the two essential nutrients for weight loss.


3. Increases the Level of Potassium in Your Body

In its formulations, plant-based meat employs potassium chloride instead of sodium chloride. Although potassium is an important component in our bodies, it is sometimes overlooked.



Potassium improves neuronal function and muscular contraction, making you more productive. Potassium also helps you maintain a healthy heart rate. 


4. Lowers Blood Sugar Levels

Vegans who do not plan their diet properly may suffer from bad health as a result of their lifestyle choices. And it’s frequently a required lifestyle shift that forces people to appreciate this way of life.


High blood sugar levels are dangerous. They may result in organ failure and the need for lifelong treatment.


One of the best ways to control it is to fully alter your lifestyle. Plant-based meat is abundant in fibre, which slows sugar absorption in the bloodstream while also keeping you feeling fuller.


5. Prevents Chronic Illnesses

You will be less prone to illnesses like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease if you reduce the quantity of saturated fat in your diet while boosting fibre and vitamin content.


Aside from quitting smoking and abstaining from alcohol, adopting a vegan diet is the single most effective method to avoid chronic illnesses.


6. Environment Protection

It’s natural to consider natural resources like water and space abundant. However, with the world’s population continuously expanding, it may be risky to assume such for long.


Plants require significantly less clean water and far less room to thrive than animals. By shifting the meat market to plant-based meat, we can save water and free up space for more critical things like housing.


7. Reduces Animal Suffering

If you abstain from eating real meat, you will no longer be a participant in the suffering of innocent creatures across the world.


Even better, you’ll be contributing to a change in the global economy away from the meat business, which will result in a significant reduction in animal suffering.


8. Improves Sleep

Aside from the moral and environmental benefits, eating a plant-based diet has a slew of advantages.



A high-quality plant-based diet can help you sleep better at night, which is a health advantage. Moreover, improved sleep gives a person more energy throughout the day.


9. Improves Productivity

If you’ve ever felt tired at unusual hours of the day, it might be due to a deficiency in important nutrients.


Plant-based meat, which is fortified with several nutrients, provides your body with the resources it requires to get through the day.


You will get the benefits of increased levels of energy and perform better if you fuel your body correctly. 


All in All

A vegetarian diet has a lot more to do with enhancing our health. Moreover, by following a vegetarian diet, we can help reduce carbon footprints and protect the environment.

Thanks to vegetarian food manufacturers in Malaysia, vegans no longer have to struggle with strange-tasting soy patties as a meat alternative.

Hopefully, these benefits will assist you in deciding your diet that is beneficial to you and the environment.

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8 Easy Parent’s Day Vegetarian Dinner Recipe Ideas


8 Easy Parent's Day Vegetarian Dinner Recipe Ideas

Vegetarian Meal

It’s that time of year when we appreciate our parents for everything they’ve done for us. This is a day for parents to kick back and take a day off, and what better way to do it than with a gorgeous plant-based dinner?

In this post, we’ve compiled a list of some delicious vegetarian meat dishes that are sure to make this Parent’s Day a memorable one in Malaysia.

Folded Rice Sandwich

Folded Rice Sandwich

This dish is similar to sushi as it is made with rice wrapped in seaweed with cooked ingredients. The traditional rice sandwich is made with cooked spinach, eggs, carrots, veg. crab meat, and pickled yellow daikon radish.


With the folded rice sandwich, the filling options are virtually limitless! It’s all up to you and your preferences, from plant-based meats to vegetables.


If you have leftover pre-cooked rice or day-old rice, this is a terrific way to use it up! Of course, the rice will lose moisture and become less sticky with time.


As a result, we recommend re-heating and cooling 1-2 days’ old rice before building your wrap.

Ring Roll Chocolate Pisang

This ring roll chocolate pisang is a delectable blend of banana and chocolate sauce in a distinctive flaky pastry ring. It’s a celebratory Parent’s Day treat with a magnificent presentation, ideal for dessert.


The ring roll chocolate pisang is created with ring rolls and your choices of toppings, such as fresh bananas, cinnamon sugar, or chocolate sauce, as well as a serving of ice cream or dipping sauce.


This dish is simple to prepare and even simpler to eat!

Banana Ring Roll Dessert

Veg. Curry Laksa

Seafood Yuba Curry Noodle

Laksa is a spicy rice-noodle soup popular in Malaysian households. There are various regional variations of this soup, but curry laksa stands out for being particularly thick and delicious due to the inclusion of coconut milk.

The spicy curry laksa is easy to make, filling, and full of brilliant flavours. You must try it for Parent’s Day!

This is one of those soup recipes that tastes like it’s been simmering on the stove all day, even though it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare from start to finish.

Healthy Vegetable Wrap

Make this tasty and nutritious veggie wrap for parent’s Day. This simple dish features a thin layer of hummus on top of your favourite vegetables, such as spinach, edamame, avocado, carrot, and cucumbers, as well as vegetarian meats such as Veg. HK BBQ meat, Chai Gor and Veg. Layer meat. 



This vegetarian wraps recipe is a simple one to adapt to use any vegetable ingredient you have on hand. Hummus serves as a wonderful “glue” that keeps everything together and adds flavour.

Chicken wrap with whole wheat lavash

Veg. Barbeque Meat Fried Rice

Veg. Barbeque Meat Fried Rice

Vegetarian barbecue meat is a versatile ingredient that can be eaten alone or combined with other meals such as fried rice and burgers. 


Fried rice with vegetable barbequed meat is the ideal Parent’s Day dinner in Malaysia. Cook your vegetable fried rice like you normally would. Deep fry the Veg. barbecue meat and cut it into cubes. Serve hot!



This delectable Murtabak is cooked by placing minced plant-based meat, generally Veg. stewed lamb chunk and eggs into the folds of a paper-thin flatbread.

Murtabak tastes great with spices. It is delicious when contrasted with the crispy-thin bread covering.

On Parent’s Day, serve this dish as a main course with sides of curries or sliced cucumbers.

vegetarian murtabak

Sweet & Sour Ku Loh Meat

Ku Loh Meat

Another flexible plant-based cuisine you can enjoy in Malaysia on Parent’s Day is the sweet and sour Ku Loh Meat.


This vegetarian meat can be eaten on its own or in combination with other recipes.


Remove and drain the Ku Loh meat from the pan once it has turned golden brown and crispy. Prepare additional ingredients and meals, such as rice, noodles, and so on. 


Finally, add the Ku Loh Meat and mix well before dishing up and serving.

Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow is flavorful and spicy, and it is a popular food in Malaysia. This dish can be cooked together with a lot of plant-based meat, such as Veg. Chicken, Veg. Prawns, and more.


A fantastic Char Kway Teow is flavoured not just with the freshest plant-based ingredients, but also with the elusive charred scent that comes from stir-frying the noodles at very high heat in a well-seasoned wok.

Vegetarian asian food


This Parent’s Day, treat your parent to one of these delectable vegetarian lunch dishes; they deserves it! 

Whether your parents are vegetarian or some of your guests are, these dishes will make everyone feel welcome on the big day. 

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Tips to Host a Vegetarian-Friendly Hari Raya Open House


Tips to Host a Vegetarian-Friendly Hari Raya Open House

having vegetarian hari raya open house

The celebrations for Hari Raya Aidilfitri are an excellent opportunity for you and your guests to indulge in their favourite vegetarian-friendly foods, especially for Muslims who have recently observed the month of Ramadan.


Families, friends, and loved ones come together to eat delicious curries, salads, and grilled plant-based meats, then enjoy treats and drinks made for the occasion.


In this post, we will explore tips for hosting a fantastic vegetarian-friendly Hari Raya open house, as well as dishes to wow your guests!


1. Understand the difference between being a vegetarian and being a vegan

Most people still assume that being a vegetarian and being a vegan are synonymous, mistaking the word “vegan” for a shortened form of the word “vegetarian.”


A vegetarian is someone who does not consume real meat (including seafood). Vegans have chosen not to support any form of animal exploitation.


This includes not just the decision to avoid eating meat, but also any animal by-products such as eggs, milk, and honey.

With this information, you should know what to prepare for your vegetarian guests.


2. Try to learn how stringent your vegetarian guests are

Some vegetarians insist that their vegetables shouldn’t be cooked in pots and utensils that have previously been used to cook real meat.


Other vegetarians may have other defined principles. It’s usually a good idea to find out what your guests are comfortable with.


3. Keep your cooking easy and stress-free

During this time, you will require a lot of energy to keep up with all of the festivities and frequent visits. You don’t want to appear exhausted and weak when your guests arrive.


You can save time in the kitchen by preparing most of your ingredients ahead of time and buying ready-to-eat vegetarian products from a vegetarian food manufacturer that makes plant-based meats and other foods in Malaysia.


4. Get a variety of plant-based proteins ready

Tempeh and tofu are the most common sources of protein for Malaysian vegetarians. Tempeh has 20% protein and is one of the world’s most reliable, high-quality plant-based sources.


Tofu is high in protein, at least 10%. For the sake of quality, get plant-based meats from a trusted manufacturer in Malaysia.


Everbest offers various plant-based meats, from Veg. Teochew Duck to Veg. Mutton and Veg. Prawns.


Now that you know how to host a vegetarian-friendly Hari Raya open house, let’s look at some dishes you can impress your guests with.


Vegetarian-Friendly Foods for Your Hari Raya Open House

Veg. Spring Roll

Spring Roll
Veg Spring Roll 450g


Veg. Spring rolls are a favourite snack at any Hari Raya open house. The crispy rolls stuffed with a flavourful mixed veggie filling will satisfy your guests.


Everbest’s ready-to-eat Veg. Spring rolls will save you the time and energy of trying to cook this from scratch.


Everbest Veg. Spring Rolls are filled with a delectable vegetable combination and wrapped in healthy pastry sheets. Serve it as an appetiser or dessert at your open house.

Veg. Salad Roll

Veg. Salad Roll
Veg. Salad Roll 280g


The Veg. Salad Roll is a fresh and tasty way to consume vegetables. It’s ideal for a Hari Raya open house.


Fresh corn and mayonnaise are layered with crispy bread crumbs to create a flavour that will leave everyone wanting more.


This is the best option if you want to prepare a delicious snack or appetisers for your vegetarian guests in less than 20 minutes.

Vietnam Spring Roll

Vietnam Spring Roll
Veg. Vietnam Spring Roll 330g


Our Vietnamese spring rolls are made with only nutritious and fresh vegetarian-friendly products.


It’s crispy and tasty and can be served as a dessert or an appetiser during an open house celebration.


These spring rolls are a tasty alternative to the regular fried kind and have become “the vegetarian’s favourite.” Serve with your preferred dipping sauce and everyone will thank you!


Spring Rolls Pastry

Spring Roll Pastry 7.5''
Spring roll pastry 8.5in
Spring Roll 7.5in

Talk about layers of ultra-crispiness that have been golden-browned to perfection! Spring roll wrappers are an essential (and much-loved) ingredient in spring rolls.


The Everbest Spring Roll Wrapper can be utilised in a variety of ways, including snacks, appetizers, main dishes, and salad dressing. 

It is also adaptable to a wide range of recipes.


It is simple to peel, not sticky, has no preservatives, and comes in two sizes: 7.5″ and 8.5″.


Spicy Veg. Chicken Samosa Recipe

Vegetarian samosa

Spicy Veg. Chicken Samosa

The Spicy Veg. Chicken Samosa is a deep-fried snack that consists of a crispy pastry stuffed with flavourful veg. chicken masala.
These savoury pastry bites are irresistible. They can be filled with anything from veggies to plant-based meats. You can make it somewhat sweet or spicy. It is a sure-fire guest pleaser!
Course Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine Malaysian


  • 1 packs Everbest Veg. Roasted Chicken
  • 8 pcs 7.5” Everbest Spring Rolls Pastry
  • 2 tbsp Dairy Free Yogurt
  • 1 tbsp Chilli Flakes
  • 1 tbsp Chilli Powder
  • 1 tbsp Vegan Mayonnaise
  • Oregano Leaves
  • Pepper
  • Salt


The Stuffing

  • Make bite-size chunks of the Everbest veg. chicken meat.
  • In a mixing bowl, mix the bite-size veg. chicken meat, dairy free yogurt, chilli flakes, oregano leaves, pepper, chilli powder, and vegan mayonnaise.
  • Set aside for 30 minutes after thoroughly mixing.
  • Cook the veg. chicken meat in a skillet with some vegetable oil over medium heat.
  • It will take 5 to 10 minutes to achieve a delicate and juicy texture.
  • Avoid overcooking the veg. chicken meat.

The Pastry

  • Take out 8 pieces of Everbest Spring Rolls Pastry.
  • Brush a little water on the last edge to help them hold together.
  • Put half a spoonful of cooked veg.chicken meat inside the cone.
  • Finally, seal the top edge in the same manner that you did before.
  • These samosas can be frozen now for future use. Place in a tray, lined with wax/ baking paper and place a single layer. Cover with another layer of waxed paper and repeat. Once frozen, the samosas can be packed together in a plastic food bag.
  • If you plan on using some right away, I still recommend freezing for at least half an hour. They come out crisper without any tearing this way.

The Dipping Sauce

  • Garnish the vegan mayonnaise with a sprinkle of chilli flakes.
  • Garnish the chilli sauce with oregano if desired.


  • In a frying pan, heat the vegetable oil to 175 degrees Celsius.
  • Fry the samosas until they are golden brown.
  • When it is equally browned, take it from the frying pan and place it on a kitchen towel to cool.
  • The delicious Spicy Veg. Chicken Samosas are now ready to serve!
Keyword Spring roll pastry, Veg. Roasted Chicken

In a Nutshell

These classic delicacies have proven to be a hit with vegetarians.


Tap into the nostalgia of the Hari Raya season with a dazzling array of all or some of these foods, and your guests will be begging for more.


All of these Everbest vegetarian products are available at major supermarkets in Malaysia.


Last but not least, remember to top off your meals with a free-flowing cordial punch and soft drinks for a thirst-quenching finish.

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Plant-based Meat: Will It Be the Meat of the Future?


Plant-based Meat: Will It Be the Meat of the Future?

Nyonya plant based meat Chicken

In business, like in any other area of life, the saying “adapt or die” holds true. 

As plant-based meat gains in popularity, some of the world’s largest meat producers are doing just that—adapting. These companies are introducing vegetarian meat into their product line. 

For good reason, the market for plant-based meats has been rapidly expanding and is anticipated to continue doing so for the foreseeable future.

Plant-based meats are making it easier than ever to reduce or eliminate conventional meat consumption. 

They’re a healthier alternative to meat that’s more sustainable. Moreover, they are packed with authentic flavours, aromas, and textures.

Why is Plant-Based Meat The Food of The Future?

1. Breakthroughs in Ingredients

It is not exaggerating to say that some plant-based meats are beginning to taste like traditional meat. 


After years of testing, many traditional meat producers have made convincing meat substitutes using plant components such as soybean roots and pea protein. 


These meat substitutes are even made to bleed like real meat. For example, by using an iron-containing molecule called haemoglobin or beets during the manufacturing process, now burger patties can “bleed”, just like real beef. 


In fact, these plant-based meats have a crave-able and delicious element to them, and they are quite easy to incorporate into our diets.

2. Health

Vegetarian meats are starting to gain in popularity in Malaysia for health reasons. A rising amount of evidence has connected red meat intake to diseases including heart disease, cancer, and diabetes in recent years. 



People can cut back on how much meat they eat each week by adding more plant-based foods to their diet. This will also improve their overall health.


Also, did you know a plant-based diet can aid in the management of high blood sugar levels? Fibre is abundant in plant-based diets, which inhibits the absorption of carbohydrates into the bloodstream. 



This helps to keep cortisol levels in check, relieving stress and reducing appetite throughout the day. Animal meat, on the other hand, raises blood sugar levels.  


Additionally, as plant-based meat can be created to include more protein, vital amino acids, and vitamins while reducing saturated fat, it is healthier than ordinary animal meat.

3. Consumer Inclination

In fact, the bulk of plant-based meat-eaters is not vegans or vegetarians. Instead, they’re omnivores who prefer a varied diet. 

Most people genuinely want to cut back on their meat intake and replace it with more plants, and they want to do it with something delicious, economical, and simple to prepare.

4. Solve Global Hunger 

With the growth of the plant-based meat business, the world may be able to escape long-term food instability. According to the United Nations, 815 million people worldwide are undernourished, with another 2 billion likely to join them by 2050. 

Countries should plant more nutritious crops instead of meat to make their food production systems more sustainable, according to the UN. 

5. Conserve the Environment

We all think that natural resources like water and space are abundant. However, with the world’s population continuously expanding, this may not hold true anymore. In fact, plants require significantly less clean water and far less room to grow than animals.

If the demand for animal meat reduces, precious natural resources like water and space can be used for other critical things like building houses and schools instead of livestock farming.

In Closing

Vegetarian or plant-based meats are not only here to stay, but they could also contribute to redefining the food sector as a whole, as seen by consumer demand and favourable feedback over the years.

Vegetarian meats are the type of transformation the world needs right now when the threat of climate change is creating havoc and many people are suffering from the bad health repercussions of eating too much traditional meat.

So, the next time you’re in the grocery store in Malaysia, try Everbest vegetarian meat and see for yourself how good it is for the environment and your taste buds.


Seafood Tofu
Weight/packet: 500g
No. of packet/carton: 10
Unit m3/carton: 0.0156
Barcode: 955 557240 122 5


Japanese Tofu Puff
Weight/packet: 500g
No. of packet/carton: 8
Unit m3/carton: 0.0135
Barcode: 9555572401539


Veg. Vietnam Spring Roll 330g
Weight/packet: 330g (10 pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 30
Unit m3/carton: 0.0245
Barcode: 9555572400174


Veg. Salad Roll 280g
Weight/packet: 280g (8 pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 15
Unit m3/carton: 0.0135
Barcode: 9555572401126


Stewed Lamb Chunk
Weight/packet: 500g
No. of packet/carton: 10

Unit m3/carton: 0.0156

Barcode: 9555572400259
Veg. Stewed Lamb Chunk 1kg
Weight/packet: 1kg
No. of packet/carton: 12
Unit m3/carton: 0.0306
Barcode: 9555572400488


Veg. Hong Kong Barbeque Meat 500g
Weight/packet: 500g
No. of packet/carton: 10
Unit m3/carton: 0.0135
Barcode: 9555572400204
Veg. Hong Kong Barbeque Meat 900g
Weight/packet: 900g
No. of packet/carton: 24
Unit m3/carton: 0.0428
Barcode: 9555572400419


Veg Spring Roll 450g
Weight/packet: 450g (20pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 10
Unit m3/carton: 0.0135
Spring Roll-380g
Weight/packet: 380g (20pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 14
Unit m3/carton: 0.0135
Barcode: 9555572400226


Spring roll pastry 8.5in
Weight/packet: 500g (40pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 20
Unit m3/carton: 0.0245
Barcode: 9555573000137


Spring Roll 7.5in
Weight/packet: 500g (50pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 20
Unit m3/carton: 0.0216
Barcode: 9555573000120


Chai Gor

Weight/packet: 350g

No. of packet/carton: 12

Unit m3/carton: 0.0156

Barcode: 9555572400334
Chai Gor 700g
Weight/packet: 700g (10pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 16
Unit m3/carton: 0.0245
Barcode: 9555572400037


Roasted Chicken
Weight/packet: 450g
No. of packet/carton: 10
Unit m3/carton: 0.0156
Barcode: 9555572400112
Veg roasted chicken 1kg
Weight/packet: 1kg
No. of packet/carton: 12
Unit m3/carton: 0.0306
Barcode: 9555572400129


Ku Loh Meat
Weight/packet: 500g
No. of packet/carton: 10
Unit m3/carton: 0.0156
Barcode: 9555572400082
Veg. Ku Loh Meat 1kg
Weight/packet: 1kg
No. of packet/carton: 12
Unit m3/carton: 0.0306
Barcode: 9555572400464


Layer Meat
Weight/packet: 500g
No. of packet/carton: 10
Unit m3/carton: 0.0156
Barcode: 9555572400518
Veg. Layer Meat 1kg
Weight/packet: 1kg
No. of packet/carton: 12
Unit m3/carton: 0.0306
Barcode: 9555572400549


Everbest ring roll
Weight/packet: 168g (14pcs)
No. of packet/carton: 15

Unit m3/carton: 0.0361

Barcode: 9555573001301
Dear Valued Customers,

As Everbest continues to grow, we’re fully committed to creating value in order to serve our valued customers both locally and globally. We are pleased to announce that our new manufacturing facilities located in the Penang Science Park had started operations in the second half of 2013.

From the humble beginning of a family-based management, we had successfully transformed to corporate management in order to cater for our growing customer base. This change will help us to improve upon the implementation of our core values and principles that will allow us to achieve our goals.

Along with recruiting and nurturing a pool of talented, competent, knowledgeable and skillful people, we will also develop a structural capital meant to better our management system, food safety and quality, integrated manufacturing system and effective supply chain management. With these, we can ensure our customers that we will continue to be an innovative force in developing and promoting soybean products of the highest quality.

In order to emphasize our ‘customers come first’ policy, we will continue to forge relationships and partnerships with our suppliers and customers that will increase mutual benefits. This is because we acknowledge that you play an important role as an intangible value to us for your success equates our success as well.

And finally, in light of all these changes, I would like to show my gratitude and thank everyone at Everbest – from the management team to all employees – as well as all our suppliers and customers for the effort that they have put in to realize our goals. The growth of this company would not have been possible without you.

Thank you.


Bean Curd Skin
Type: (Salted / Unsalted)
No. of packet/carton:
Unit m3/carton:
Note: Contact us on any sizes you want


fried bean curd
Weight/packet: 200g
No. of packet/carton: 27
Unit m3/carton: 0.0365
Barcode: 9555573002490
fried bean curd sheet
Weight/packet: 1kg
No. of packet/carton: 16
Unit m3/carton: 0.0979
Barcode: 955 557300 262 9