Ingredients 2 tablespoon chopped kimchi 1 tablespoon kimchi juice 1 cup leftover rice 1 chopped sauce 1 tsp Korean chili paste Chopped spring onion 1 tablespoon water Salt Oil 1. Add 1 tablespoon kimchi juice into leftover rice. Stir a bit with chopsticks to separate rice grains. 2. Heat a little oil in the pan.... Continue Reading →
1. Cook pasta. Drain and set aside for later use. 2. Heat a little oil in the pan. Fry beef slices first till no more pinkish. 3. Add in a little chopped garlic. Stir fry till aromatic. 4. Add in 1 1/2 tsp oyster sauce. Pour in 1/4 cup hot water. Simmer a bit to... Continue Reading →
It's really like spicy one-pot dish. 1. Prepare ingredients. Vegetables you like. I chose onion, mushroom, Chinese cabbage, tofu and sausage. Cut them into smaller pieces and place them in the pot. https://flic.kr/p/NH4LJY 2. Prepare sauce: 2 tablespoon Korean chili paste, 1 tablespoon light soy sauce, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon chili powder, 1 tablespoon... Continue Reading →
As a native northern Chinese girl, I cannot express how much I love Dumplings in words. My husband is on a trip in China. Everyday he would ask me what I had for each meal. He knows my affection towards dumplings, so he ordered some online. Those dumplings were delivered to me the other day.... Continue Reading →
When I was little, my parents made me eat pumpkin. But I really disliked pumpkin at that time. When I grow up, I fall in love with pumpkin. Just as what my sister always says, people change. :p Ingredients Pumpkin 200g Glutinous rice flour 1 cup Corn starch 2 tablespoon Sugar 1 tablespoon (you can... Continue Reading →
Recently, noodles become the most frequently-seen dish on my table. When I am too busy to cook, I turn to noodles. When I don't know what to eat, I turn to noodles. Noodles are really my good friends. Eggplant is always my good friend. So I decide to put both of my good friends in... Continue Reading →
1. Cut fish 2 or 3 times on both sides. 2. Put fish into a big bowl, add in 2 tablespoon cooking wine and several ginger slices. Marinate for half an hour. 3. Wipe fish dry with kitchen towel. 4. Sprinkle salt and white pepper over fish. 5. Heat 2-3 tablespoon oil in the pan.... Continue Reading →
Dumplings (饺子) is a staple food in Northern China. However it is rare to find it in Singapore. Often in NTUC Fairprice, or other supermarkets, Gyoza (Japanese Dumplings) or Korean dumplings can be found, but not Chinese dumplings. Making your own dumplings is possible, but very time consuming.
Recently I found out about “Yongle Kitchen”, which sells authentic Shandong style dumplings. Check out their video below, it looks very professional.
Do check out their 10 different flavors!
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1. Rinse ribs under water to wash them clean. Soak them in water to let all the blood out. Change water several times till water is clean. 2. Marinate ribs with 2 tsp light soy sauce, 2 tsp oyster sauce, 2 cloves of chopped garlic, 1/2 tsp chopped ginger, 2 tsp sugar and 1 tablespoon... Continue Reading →