Used in a variety of dishes, from fried Carrot Cake to Chai Poh Omelette, this is our favorite as kids. When I visited my grandparents’ hometown in 2012, they even had preserved radish to accompany plain porridge. It was surprisingly yummy.Read More
Traditionally, this dish is eaten to symbolise the reunion of the family. Typically taken on the 15th day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, Lantern festival (more commonly known as mooncake festival now because of the consumption of mooncakes during this period) as well as Winter Solstice).
It is easy to make, and some would like fillings in them. I prefer them small and plain, so to taste the sweet soup better.Read More
You tiao, a fairly easy dish but is sold for $1 at times in Singapore. Which is pricey for something this easy. It is similar to Churros or Crullers, but offers more flexibility in terms of food pairing.Read More
At 11pm, we decided that we wanted Char Siew Rice for supper instead of saving it for the next day’s lunch. Did it stove top this time round, yielded a much juicier char siew than before.Read More
Stalls selling Yellow Braised Chicken / huang men ji / 黄焖鸡 is literally on every street in Shanghai when I was there. I love it so much, I made it a point to have it every month. Chanced upon a Chinese website with a zillion variations of how to prepare this dish. So here we go, huang men ji.Read More
Comfort food that reminds you of home, economic bee hoon stall. This easy recipe can be prepared in 10 minutes.Read More
Bak Chor Mee is a Singaporean favorite that is easily available in most local food establishments – food centres, food court, kopitiams. This quite recipe is good for those looking for a quick fix at home!Read More