When we think of youtiao, we think of going to the hawker centres early on a Sunday morning and eating breakfast with our families. This recipe brings back bites of nostalgia! Whether you like your youtiao with porridge, youtiao with tau huay or you tiao with coffee, there’s no denying this extra airy and fluffy […]
Tau suan is a dessert soup made with split mung (green) beans. Mung beans is believed to aid the body in reducing heatiness (cooling), while this starchy and gooey concoction definitely warms your stomach as well.
Chinese rojak is one of the many popular dishes that’s famous not jusst because of it’s sweet and sour flavours, combined with the crispiness of the you tiao and tau pok.