Green Bean Wide Vermicelli, Spinach & Egg Stir-fry

I found a pack of green bean wide Vermicelli in a corner at the small supermarket near my home. I was very curious about it, because it's my first time to see Vermicelli made from green beans. And more surprisingly, it's from Qufu city, Confucius's hometown, and it's also a city next to my hometown.... Continue Reading →


Crispy Herbs Chicken Thigh

1. Prepare two chicken thighs. Discard the fat. 2. In a big bowl, add in 1/2 cup flour, 2 tbs bread crumbs, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper and 1 tsp mixed herbs. Mix them well. 3. In another bowl, beat in 1 small egg and pour in 50 ml milk. Stir well. 4.... Continue Reading →

Chili Pork

Stir fried chili pork is a very common dish in China. It's a good choice to improve appetite. I personally like spicy dishes, yet my husband doesn't. So I changed this dish to a not-so-spicy one. Ingredients: Pork cut into slices. (Better choose pork with a bit fat on it, it won't taste very dry).... Continue Reading →

Beef & Asparagus Pasta

The pasta I used was pasta with eggs. Wider than linguine. 1. Prepare beef slices and chopped asparagus. 2. Cook pasta according to the instruction. Soak in cold water and drain. 3. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in beef slices. Quick stir fry with medium-high heat. Bring to brown. 4. Add in... Continue Reading →

Water Chestnuts Dessert

Water chestnut is not usually seen in my hometown, but very common in Singapore. And it's widely used in cooking savory food, dessert and making drinks. Ingredients: Peeled Water chestnuts (around 8) Water 500g Red dates (4-5 cut into halves and remove the seed) Wolf berries several Sugar 1 tablespoon (you can cut or add... Continue Reading →

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