Yi Zi Ban is a Hakka traditional snack from Tai Po County, Guangdong Province. It has a history of more than 300 years. One long forgotten dish, the story is that Hakka mother will prepare this dish for her son when he travels on a long journey overseas and to ensure his safe return.
Singapore may not have four seasons, but you can now experience winter with this nourishing and refreshing Winter Melon Soup. Loaded with numerous vitamins and nutrients, along with a long list of health benefits, this cooling winter soup is especially suitable for you and your family to beat the yearlong humid climate in Singapore.
Ending off our Dragonboat festival food series with the umami in the super-fragrant Cantonese Bak Chang! The Cantonese Bak Chang is chock-a-block with savoury goodness. Our version features eight different types of ingredients for its filling, including luscious chunks of pork belly marinated with eight condiments, and of course mung beans – the traditional must-have […]
We love our mums, and want them to be happy and healthy; so for this Mother’s Day, try cooking a flavorful hot and sour soup that is not only tingly for the taste buds, but also great for a family dinner!
This is a simple and yummy herbal pork dish that anyone can enjoy! Choosing a good cut of pork belly is very important for this dish, that has three even layers of meat sandwiched between three layers of fat. This is important because uneven layers upset the balance of the meat and fat, resulting in a kakuni that’s either tough and stringy or excessively greasy.
If you’re looking to give mummy dearest a treat for Mother’s Day, this sumptuous treat of Dry Bak Kut Teh would be a great choice! Most of us are familiar with the soupy version of BKT, but how about trying it out a tantalizing dry version?
A homely and delicious dish. This time we decided to spice things up with some salted egg yolk.
A simple and nutritious soup that is packed with antioxidants. It is known to have cooling properties, usually cooked during hot summer months.It can be easily found in many eateries and cooked in homes.
A true Hakka gem that has withstood the test of time. One can never get sick of. The classic combination of savoury Mui Choy braised with fatty pork belly slices.
The only tedious process is washing grit off the mui choy. Once you’ve done that, the rest of the steps are pretty simple! During the braising process the fragrance of the pork fats combine with the unique fragrance of mui choy that made us salivate.
Those who like clear peppery bah kut teh will definitely love this delicious soup.
The pig stomach is boiled with pork ribs to the right level of tenderness. The ribs add sweetness to the soup also with the whole garlic bulbs.