Flavoured with vinegar, soy, chilli and garlic, Chinese Pickled Cucumbers are eaten as an appetizer or palate cleaner. Check out this easy recipe.
Cantonese Fried Flat Noodles in Egg Gravy (Wat Tan Hor) is a popular dish in Malaysia and Singapore. It's sure to be a favourite in your home too. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Foo Yong Tan is a Chinese-style omelette filled with pork, shrimp and bean sprouts. Create this dish at home for a simple but flavourful meal. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Steamed Three Eggs combines chicken, salted and century eggs to create a silky texture. Try this home-style Chinese dish with rice or congee. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Marbled Herbal Tea Eggs are cooked in tea, herbs and spices, giving them their marbled look. Learn how to make this nutritious Chinese snack. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
This Easter Bunny Steamed Custard Bun is a pillowy dough filled with a rich, sweet custard. Follow this recipe for cute little treat this Easter.
Chinese steamed egg is almost everyone’s favourite and is one of the major staple dish at home. Not only can you poach, fry or scramble eggs, but steamed eggs are so delicious yet healthy. So simple to make with simple ingredients, it goes well with hot steamed rice. Follow this recipe and you will be surprised at how easy it is to make this silky steamed egg dish at home.
This restaurant-quality dish is a plate of kai lan, also known as Chinese broccoli, briefly but perfectly blanched, retaining the crunchiness and the natural vibrant green colour, can easily be created within minutes in the comfort of your own home. The oyster sauce makes the key to defining the sauce, topped with some fried garlic adding depth and giving this dish its unique flavour and aroma. It's a great side dish and goes well with any main course, fried rice or noodles.
Salted fish is an acquired taste, similar to anchovies, however in this dish the salted fish taste is not overwhelming and the saltiness is not too overpowering. This is one of the most well-loved of Cantonese home-cooked dishes that brings back nostalgic memories. Traditionally, minced pork that is not too lean is ideal for this dish as it will be more tender, moist and flavourful. Lean pork can also be used to keep to the healthier side of food.
The natural juices of the chicken meat enhanced by ginger, along with the crunch of black fungus, fried salted fish bringing it hints of saltiness with every bite, this appetising dish will surely whet your appetite. Don’t be put off by the idea of using salted fish—it is the accent to an otherwise normal chicken dish.
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