No matter the weather is cold or hot, this classic hot and sour soup, originated from Sichuan China, is suitable for every occasion throughout the year. It’s tremendously appetising and delicious. No wonder this soup is well-liked and popular around the world. Every family has their own version around different countries, using different ingredients though. […]
This baked salmon with herb crust is served with a very delicious sauce, perfect paired with salad or noodles. Do you like eating salmon? Not only salmon tastes good, but also provides us with many unique health beneficial substances, like Omega-3 fatty acid that help improve our memory. Speaking about cooking, it’s very easy and […]
Tasty salmon fish congee, top with crispy fish skin and crunchy lettuce. It’s a perfect light meal all year round. Had you lived in Hong Kong for a while, you would’ve known a very popular hand-made fish ball congee. The congee dish is made with a kind of fish that is not easily found in […]
Easter is just coming around the corner. Due to my recent addiction to making tangzhong breads, I tried to turn this traditional hot cross bun recipe into a Tangzhong version. I can make as many hot cross buns ahead, so that I don’t need to get up from bed very early on the Easter morning, […]
The tender and succulent pan-fried chicken thighs taste amazingly good in the fragrant orange sauce. It’s best served with hot steamed rice or any favourite salad greens. The weather is getting colder. And oranges are in season right now. I particularly love Australian navel oranges. More and more sweet navels are available in the market […]
The tiger prawns were so fresh that I didn’t need any more seasonings except garlic and butter, with salt and pepper of course. The prawns are so delicious. Chinese New Year is just around the corner. Are you still searching for ideas of planning Chinese New Year menu? Here comes a good one to put […]
These deviled eggs are very delicious and well-liked at any parties, perfectly served as finger food. The whites are not chewy but soft and smooth, with well-seasoned yolks on top. I can understand why we have eggs during Easter. Eggs symbolize life, making sense to me in relation to the meaning of Easter. Yet I […]
There’re many different cooking ways of chicken thighs that we can try with. That’s the one of the reasons I’d like to cook chicken thighs. I’ll definitely buy some back home if the price is down.
You won’t be wrong in any way when cooking chicken thighs except leaving them unattended and get them burnt.
The ingredients used are fresh, no particular seasonings needed, except salt and pepper. Simply cook the chicken thighs with cherry tomatoes and spinach in the sauce.
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This matcha marble chiffon cake is very soft and fluffy as a cloud with a pleasant aroma of green tea. I’m so fond of the aroma and colour of matcha (green tea). By adding a little bit of it into the cake batter, I can get a very fresh smell and lovely green colour for […]
This traditional Chinese stewed dish is very delicious. The pork ribs and lotus roots are cooked until very tender. They absorb all the flavours of red bean curd paste. This dish goes very well with a bowl of steamed rice. Lotus roots are often used in Chinese cooking. They are so good for making stew […]