Using a similar method use for making Cantonese roast duck, we created our crispy mandarin peel duck using the Weber Q. We used dried mandarin orange peels in our dry rub and also used fresh mandarin oranges in our sauce, just to go along with the roast duck!
Originating from Hakka, this traditional chinese delicacy may seem to take a bit of time to prepare but it’s easier than you think. The simple trick to achieving that gorgeous bubbly crisp layer is to prick lots of holes in the skin without puncturing the meat itself. Slather on dark soy sauce and submerge it in hot oil, watch as the delicate layer of skin slowly puff up into that perfect golden brown coating.
A cheesecake recipe that leaves you craving for MORE! This recipe can be prepared easily without the need for baking. The few essentials for this dessert dish are the biscuit base (made of digestive biscuits), the gula melaka jelly, and the cheesecake filling, which we used Farmers Union Greek Style Yogurt for.
When cooked it becomes sticky and slightly translucent, unlike regular rice, glutinous rice has a chewy texture along with a slightly sweet taste. This multipurpose sticky rice has such an all-rounded naturally sweet flavour; it lends itself to desserts as well as savoury dishes. A quick and easy way to enjoy its unique texture and flavour, just fry it together with simple everyday ingredients!
Crispy golden brown crust enveloping juicy tender sake flavoured chicken meat between 2 perfectly pan seared brown rice patties just screams Chicken Katsu Burger. The hero of the dish is the rice. The rice should be sticky, chewy and moist enough to form a perfect rice patty without breaking apart when it’s pan seared. We would say brown rice burger patties are the new burger buns.
Assam Pedas is a tangy & spicy Malay dish that never fails to hit the spot! Today we show you how to make this Classic in the comfort of your own kitchen. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is!
Lontong Sayur Lodeh is an aromatic vegetable coconut curry which features compressed rice cake (better known as Lontong), complemented with a rich and mildly spicy broth and a host of healthy greens.
Crispy back bacon was used that extra crunch, while using the bacon fats are used for poaching the garlic. A well was also created to add a freshly cracked egg, and to top things off we used truffle oil for drizzling over the pasta, followed by even more Parmigiano cheese!
The word “bulgogi” translates to “fire meat.” Traditionally, it refers to a Korean barbecue favorite, beef prepared with flavorful marinade, then grilled over a flame. For a twist, we used Pure South lamb rack, which happens to be grass fed, high quality meat. Marinating the meat overnight ensure the meat is flavourful. It results in melt in your mouth tender lamb chops. Grilling it in the comfort of your home’s stove top, brings out the big bold flavours of the bulgogi marinade that compliments well with lamb chops. The result is some serious finger licking bulgogi lamb chops that makes your mouth zing!
Pescatarian or not, you’re gonna love today’s recipe! We’ll show you how bread and fish makes a delectable dish. Light and fluffy herbed crumbs blend, a juicy and succulent slab of cod fillet, together with Greek Style Yogurt coming together to form a sea of refreshing flavours! Now this is a dish we can fall for hook, line, and sinker.