Hotplate Tofu is one of the very popular Chinese cuisines in Asia and a hot favourite too. If you don’t have a hotplate to make this yummy dish, just use any metal pan like this one that I have bought from Daiso for just $2! The result is just as delicious minus all that the […]
Hello guys, fans of Deep-Fried Food or Prawns will fall in love with this CNY Crispy Yuan Yang Wasabi Prawns ( 嘻哈鸳鸯芥末虾球 )! Do you know that besides keeping your prawn heads for making soup, you can also deep-fry them, turning these crunchy heads into a delicious treat?
Do you know what the different ingredients of the Chinese New Year Prosperity Toss mean? Well, every single ingredient plays an important role in this Chinese Auspicious Salad. Check it out!
Are you a fan of Eggplant, aka Brinjal or Aubergine? Learn how to whip up this Tasty Spicy Brinjal Fries with Minced Pork! Take it with rice, or simply wrap the ingredients with Iceberg Lettuce!
During the Lunar New Year, Steamboat aka Hotpot is extremely popular in Singapore. You will find almost every Chinese household here holding a Steamboat session at least once during the 15 days. Flower Crab and Cabbage are two well-liked ingredients added to the Steamboat because they deliver sweetness to the soup. Apart from Steamboat, I […]
This dish can be part of your casual home-cooked meal, but when plated with some colours, the simple chicken meal is instantly transformed into a classy dish fit for a festive occasion like the Lunar New Year.
Trust me, this is a no-brainer recipe so you do not need to be a professional cook to dish out a 5-star restaurant recipe! So let’s get started, shall we?
With a mix of succulent Cuttlefish and Prawns, it’s spicy, it’s sweet, and it’s lip-smacking good!
There are many health benefits of Chrysanthemum, and the golden flowers are used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat various internal and external health issues. You can serve this soupy Golden Chrysanthemum Chicken dish which has a slight floral aroma with a refreshing taste for your Chinese New Year feast.