A super simple dish that busy families can cook under 30 minutes, this herbal Sea Bass recipe has just 5 (yes, five!) steps that has a delicate taste and a has beneficial properties like improving blood circulation and dispelling wind too! All you need for the sauce is water, rice wine, dang gui, chuan xiong […]
One of the more popular ways to enjoy yong tau fu. This method of serving yong tau hu originated from Ampang, KL.
What’s better than cereal prawns? Cereal FISH of course! And for this dish we used barramundi belly, this premium cut of fish fits three criterias.
Firstly, it comes with delicious melt-in-your-mouth fats. Secondly, the flesh is chunky and tender and lastly, it is even boneless!
Another classic yet homely dish. The eggplants and minced meat are braised in a combination of spicy bean paste and soy sauce. It then absorbs all the umami like a sponge.
Also, don’t underestimate the salted fish, as it adds another layer of aroma to the dish.
San lou hor fun literally means tossing three ingredients together – the hor fun, bean sprouts and fish slices. If you’re able to find hor fun at the wet market, get this rather than kway teow!
Hey guys, we have for today an auspicious treat for your CNY preparation!
In a twist of the very popular squirrel fish recipe, we’ll recreate this dish found in many Chinese restaurants. It’s not only good, but also a conversation starter for guests visiting your home during the festive season.
Hey guys, today we have a special treat of ‘abundance’ for the festive season!
Pen Cai, also known as ‘poon choy’ is a braised treasure pot of goodness, for an unmatched flavor and fragrance! This dish is normally filed to the brim with layers and layers of premium seafood and meats for that thick braised taste, so what’s not to like about this?
Steaming White Pomfret is a popular Teochew cooking method as there is a lot of importance placed on the freshness of the ingredients. This method allows you to taste the naturally fresh sweetness of the pomfret when it’s cooked, which is something fish lovers will enjoy!
Steamed fish is best eaten fresh, and using Kuhlbarra’s barramundi belly we created a dish that is not only healthy yet incredibly tasty all within 20 minutes. Pairing the fish with kai lan and shiitake mushrooms, we added a fish stock and abalone sauce that gives the dish its depth and flavour. The dish not only looks classy and it’s so easy everyone can make it at home.
A superior stock is a must-have for all good steamboat and soup dishes. With Kuhlbarra’s barramundi fish bones, we’re presenting to you a quick and easy way to make your own fragrant barramundi dish stock!