Commonly known as 九层糕 or steamed kueh lapis, this dish is bound to be familiar to most of us who have eaten it growing up. It has a nice smooth texture and is a sure hit for many.
We love our Sio Bak (who doesn’t!), and for this CNY season here’s a seasonal twist for you guys to cook a feast for your loved ones this reunion dinner.
Here’s something truly magnificent, and drool-worthy to be cooking up for this Chinese New Year! Very few things can beat abalone during this festive season, and braised pork belly is nothing short of perfect to go with this.
Fancy doing up some freshly baked tarts for the CNY season? No problem! Tart shells made from scratch, and silky smooth soy milk filling makes this recipe one that is not just worth the effort, but real easy too!
Crispy fried pork chops can be found all around the world, but Hainanese Pork Chop is a favorite east meets west dish that’s easy to cook and enjoyed by the whole family.
New to decorative bento? This will be a fun recipe and especially a treat for the young ones. An hour or so is all you would need to create an eye-catching meal for your kid to bring to school in a snack box.
A unique variation of sze chuan liang mian (麻辣涼面), but using San Remo angel hair pasta, this recipe is bound to be a hit with the mala lovers; one that really plays with your tastebuds with the mala spice and ‘shiok’ cold noodles.
Love meat and a jolly good time guys? Here’s an easy and tantalizing recipe for that Christmas dinner.
Finger food during Xmas parties are often good hits with family and friends. We decided this time around on making a very simple guacamole, pairing with cabbage, diced tomatoes, and put it altogether with deep fried chicken karaage goodness (meat!). Wrapping up with a toasted tortilla, and garnish with a tinge of mint leaves, and […]
Glaze honey over the cake, and decorate it with nuts and dried fruits, and you have yourself something to bring to that Xmas feast in no time!