Crisp fried chicken pieces are stir fry with vegetables, salt , pepper and tossed with chilly and soya sauce. You would love it as you can prepare it as a dry and a gravy version. My kids love it with fried rice. And I used to make often for them. Make it and enjoy your […]
This sweet&sour fried Chinese chicken with pineapple and red bell pepper is easy to make and delicious. Faster and more healthy than the delivery service.
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 […]
This Festive Thai Style Abalone Salad sitting on a bed of crunchy Italian Baby Spinach, is so tasty with the sweet and spicy dressing, definitely a must-try especially for the novice cooks! Best part, only 4 ingredients needed!
A specialty of Hangzhou City produced by using live river shrimps coated with egg white and moistened starch, the shellfish is infused in the aromatic Long Jin Tea which is rich in antioxidants.
Here’s introducing another winning vermicelli dish with a newly-found exotic seafood – Crawfish aka Baby Lobsters!
Imagine feasting on pretty Cherry Blossoms sitting atop a medley of vegetables rolled in tasty Norwegian Cod Fish! When steamed together with these delicate fish rolls, not only do these dried cherry blossoms create a charming pinky contrast, the dish also soak up the scented aromas of the Sakura flowers.
Be enticed by the kaleidoscope of colours & flavours slowly coaxed into this Stuffed Bitter Gourd Boat with Minced Pork . Besides adding a touch of red to the dish, Wolfberries provides a plethora of health benefits especially for the eye-sight.
With a mix of succulent Cuttlefish and Prawns, it’s spicy, it’s sweet, and it’s lip-smacking good!
Foodies, here’s another quick and easy recipe for those who are always in a hurry, and it’s eggi-licious!
It was love at first bite with this Green Dragon Vegetable ( 青龙菜 ) aka Royale Chives ( 韭菜 ) when my students introduced me to this veggie some time ago. The Green Dragon Vegetable is commonly known as Chives and it is grown in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.
Papaya Pork Rib Soup is a very popular Chinese cuisine with very high nutritional values. Other than helping to lubricate our skin and aid in our digestive system, the traditional Chinese Papaya Soup is also very popular with pregnant women. The soup is believed to increase the production of milk in breastfeeding women when cooked […]
Of late, many restaurants have come up with an innovative way of cutting vegetables, turning them into pretty flowers. The good news is, they are not difficult to make at all. I have paired the Bok Choy with the lavish Baby Abalones, turning the simple dish into a classy one.
Tender and succulent with flaky white flesh falling apart at the touch of a fork is this Fragrant Steamed Cod Fish with Crispy Ginger and Garlic. Adding crispy ginger and garlic gives texture and visual components without making the gourmet dish heavier or more complicated.
Tell me if you think these are the cutest lovey-dovey pair of golden carps you’ve ever seen! These Steamed Prawn Paste Golden Carps with Tobiko are also extremely juicy and scrumptious. Would you like to grab a piece?
Taucheo, or otherwise known as Fermented Bean Paste or Soybean Paste, is a very popular ingredient in the Asian Cuisine. With the addition of green chillies, they give the dish a little heat as well as a punch of fragrance in the succulent chicken cubes. Ingredients 6 Chicken strips 6 big Button Mushrooms 2 Green […]
Light Tofu Manchurian (Meatless Monday) ~ It’s monday and we are cooking up a delicious, protein packed tofu recipe in under 20mins.
Dang Gui is popularly used to make Chinese tonics. The chicken is fragrant and tender, and tastes wonderfully appetizing with the addition of Black Fungus, Wolfberries and Red Dates.
Stir Fry Spicy Green Beans (Restaurant Style) ~ They are Quick and Yummy, serve with steamed rice/noodles/quinoa or any grain of choice. Store for 2-3 days
Take pleasure in delighting your appetite as you sink your teeth into these crispy and salty squid rings, all enveloped in the sinful salted egg-yolks.
My version is without any sugar or cornstarch, low on salt and includes lot of vegetable along with chicken which makes it lighter and crunchy. Made under 15 minutes and can be stored in refrigerator for 3-4 days. Best served fresh along with your choice of side.
If you’ve non-Asian friends coming over for a meal, it’s perfect for entertaining them with these yummy Asian tasting portions, giving them a taste of Singapore cuisine. Don’t you think it is aesthetically pleasing to the eyes as well? Get the Recipe: Singapore Dry Laksa Noodles, A Great Party Treat!
Plum Chicken, full of flavors, sweet, sour, spicy, tangy actually with each bite of chicken all those spices with plum create a medley of flavors in your mouth and you end up licking your fingers or I should frame it this way it is finger licking good. From the original site: Inspiration for this plum […]
Almond Jelly is an extremely popular dessert that can be often found in Chinese restaurants. You’ve probably eaten Almond Jelly with Longan, but how would you like to have a chocolaty version, richly enhanced by NuStevia Cocoa Syrup ? Get the Recipe: Nustevia cocoa syrup almond jelly recipe + giveaway!
This spicy, sweet and sour dish will leave you clamouring for more! Get the Recipe: Succulent Claypot Kung Pao Frog Legs