Old Cucumber Soup – 老黄瓜汤

Slurp nostalgia in every spoonful! This old cucumber soup recipe is sweetened with pork ribs and packed with delicious aromatics that enhance the flavours.   Every family has their unique twist to the old cucumber pork rib soup – here’s The Meatmen’s. Enjoy.   Click to rate this recipe!

Seafood Pao Fan – 海鲜泡饭

This Pao Fan recipe is the ultimate comfort food. With an undeniably rich homemade seafood broth to soak up leftover rice and crispy fried chunks of rice, this dish is food for the soul.   Made too much? Save the broth by freezing them in ice cube trays for the next time you need an […]

Seafood Bak Chang – 海鲜粽子

This exciting take on Bak Chang is for seafood lovers! While not from any specific dialect group, the Seafood Bak Zhang recipe features a mouth-watering filling including baby abalone, crab, scallops, hei bi (dried shrimp) and salted egg.  On top of that, you can expect dumplings that are generously flavoured with XO sauce and oyster […]

Steamed Cabbage Rolls with Scallop Sauce – 蒸白菜与干贝酱

This is one of recipe that we mostly only get to eat only at home ad it takes a little work to make them. We start with a filling made with minced chicken and prawns, wrapping it with cabbage leaves that encase all the sweetness within when steamed, then finishing it off with al sauce […]

Steamed Scallops with Glass Noodles – 蒜蓉冬粉蒸带子

Seafood done right is always a winner at the dinner table. Our simple recipe just call for some light soy sauce and the fragrance for fried garlic, combine with the sweetness of the scallops. It’s also friendly on the wallet (under $20 for 10 scallops around 1kg) with the use of frozen half shelled scallops, […]

Black Garlic Chicken Soup – 黑蒜鸡汤

Most of us have heard largely about how black garlic, also known as “black gold” has great benefits for us. In this recipe we decided to do something nutritious – so we made a simple, healthy and delicious chicken soup with it! The sweetness from the black garlic along with a whole chicken, dried scallops […]

Buddha Jump Over The Wall – 佛跳墙

Many of the best ingredients are in this dish, perfect for you Chinese New Year dinner. The original would at least have at least 20 or even 30 ingredients and takes 2 to 3 days to prepare even. We have came out with our own simplified version that you can make in just under 3 hours.

Prosperity Fortune Pot – 海中宝盆菜

The seafood version of Pen Cai by friends at Dishthefish is loaded with goodies like Boston Lobster tails, Japanese scallops, Littleneck Clams, Sea Cucumber, and Abalone. The sweetness form the seafood items together with red dates, wolfberries, black fungus and Far Cai makes for a prosperous dish for your coming Chinese New Year!   You […]