Pork Intestine & Chili Stir-fry

Many people don't eat pork intestines. But I'm not one of them. Pork intestine has special texture. It's very chewy. Cleaning pork intestine is a bit time consuming. 1. Wash pork intestine under water. Let the water flows all the dirt out. Then make the inside out. Spread salt to rub it. Wash clean. Sprinkle... Continue Reading →

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Steamed Chicken Thighs

1. Marinated chicken thighs with salt, cooking wine and chopped ginger for about 2 hours. 2. Place chicken thighs in a plate. Put the plate on a rack and steam in hot water for 25 mins. Set chicken aside in another plate. Don't throw away the water from the original steamed plate. 3. Heat a... Continue Reading →

Kimchi Pancake

Ingredients: 1/2 cup chopped kimchi 1 small chopped onion 1 1/2 tbsp kimchi juice 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 1/8 cup water 1/2 cup flour Put all ingredients into a bowl. Mix them very well. Heat a pan. Add in a little more oil than usual. When the oil is hot, put the kimchi... Continue Reading →

Steamed Clams With Egg

1. Wash clams in water again and again. 2. Put clams in a pot. Add in ginger slices, water and a little salt. Boil till all the shells open. Skim the stock. Set aside to cool down. 3. Beat one egg in a bowl. Stir with chopsticks till very smooth. Add cold clam stock in... Continue Reading →

Ginger & Garlic Prawn Stir-Fry

1. Clean Prawns. Remove head and shell. Wash them clean. Wipe them with kitchen towel to make sure they are very very dry. 2. Add 1-2 tablespoon corn starch into Prawns. Let the Prawns be coated with a thin layer of starch. 3. Heat some oil in the pan. Fry Prawns till the outside starch... Continue Reading →

Benedict Egg

My husband is a crazy egg lover. He likes onsen tamago, half-boiled egg, scrambled egg, hard-boiled egg...... I can't really tell which egg he doesn't like. So I assume he likes this Benedict egg too. 1. Prepare a big and deep pot. Add in enough water, which must be higher than egg in height. Turn... Continue Reading →

Roasted Ribs

1. Peel off the white layer on the back of the ribs. So that ribs can be better seasoned and cut. 2. Prepare the seasonings: 1 tablespoon black pepper, 1 tablespoon paprika powder, 1/2 tsp ginger powder, 4 cloves of minced garlic, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1/2 tablespoon salt. Mix them well. Then sprinkle them onto... Continue Reading →

Homemade Pearl for Milk Tea

My husband is crazy for milk tea. He can drink everyday without feeling tired off it. And now he starts to make his own milk tea at home. He never shows so much interest in kitchen, from which I can tell milk tea is really his true love. Yet, he is a bit frustrated since... Continue Reading →

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