Need recipes to celebrate Chinese New Year? We have everything from whole fish and whole chicken recipes to spring rolls and lettuce wraps. If you are looking for luck or wealth or longevity, we have the recipes you need.
Be intrigued when you’re served a mysterious looking transparent packet. Upon opening it, you would’ve discovered a tasty-seasoned deep-fried chicken. Paper-wrapped chicken is a popular Chinese dish that is enjoyed throughout China, Hong Kong, Singapore etc. Once the wrapped chicken pieces are deep-fried, the marinade caramelized into the meat & the result is..... savoury, fragrant tender chicken parts.
These sinful orangey balls help to enhance the flavour of food, especially when they’re mashed, smeared generously over your dish & then sautéed in a hot wok. While most places serve with shells, I prefer mine peeled & deep-fry with batter to let the egg-yolk “envelope” each prawn. For the dare-devils, here’s my version of Salted Egg-Yolk Prawns with Shichimi.
This is one I learned as a teenager and now I've started making it again for the dreaded fundraisers! It's simple - the only cooking is melting the coconut.
This is a simple recipe for Char Siu Bau. A wok equipped with a stainless steel steam plate (a plate with holes to allow steam to pass) is required to make these. You will also need to follow the recipe on this site for Chinese Steamed Buns
With its soft and extremely smooth texture, the Extra Silken Tofu adds a boast to soup or steam dishes that needs a smooth finishing to enhance the total gourmet taste.
A popular cake in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia during festive and special occasions. It's time consuming to make but well-worth it.
A cookie for almond lovers!
This spicy condiment is delicious with either fried or soup based noodles, with grilled meats or use it as a base for cooking chicken or vegetable dishes.
Yes, it's my birthday! To thank all my friends & bloggers for their warmth wishes @ Facebook & to reward readers for their support to this site, I’m gonna introduce you to one of my family's favourite dish. This is also the fave food of one of the China’s Four Great Beauties, Xi Shi (西施). She is said to be “so entrancingly beautiful that fish would forget to swim & sink away from the surface when she walks by”.
If you want to show your neighbour that you can cook Thai food to surprise them and make a small party in your house, why don't enroll at cooking School Thailand, then you can prepare for every meal in your kitchen. This is some tip of making Fried noodle Thai Style, Enjoy your cooking.