Stir Fried King Oyster Mushroom

I cooked this dish when I stayed with my family in China during holidays and my family loved it, especially my father. I used 4 vegetables: garlic ( a little), king oyster Mushroom, carrot and bell pepper. 1. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in garlic slices and stir fry a bit. Put... Continue Reading →


Stir Fry Mushroom With Bell Pepper, Carrot & Green Chili

It's a quick and easy vegi dish. 1. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in some chopped garlic. Stir fry a bit. 2. Put in mushroom ( torn into shreds) and thin carrot slices. Keep stir frying till mushroom turns softened. Cover the pan with lid. And braise for around 2 mins. If... Continue Reading →

Pan Fried Pork Chop

Pork chop marinated with salt and black pepper for a while. 1. Heat pan with medium-high heat. 2. Put pork chop in the pan. Fry each side for around 3 mins. 3. Add in a pieces of butter in the pan. When butter melted, use a spoon to scoop butter onto chop. Flip the chop,... Continue Reading →

Stir Fry Black Pepper Beef

I love this dish. And it's easy too. Ingredients: Beef (chopped into thin slices, and marinated with light soy sauce, oil and starch for around 15 minutes) Onion and bell pepper ( chopped into small pieces) Salt Black pepper Sugar Oyster sauce 1. Heat some oil in the pan. Put in marinated beef slices. Stir... Continue Reading →

Easy Braised Chicken With Shiitake 

This dish is actually similar to yellow chicken stew. Yellow chicken stew is really popular in China. I guess there are yellow chicken stew restaurants in every China's city. It's a dish made mainly of chicken, shiitake and green bell pepper. I cooked it in a relatively easy way. 1. Cut boneless chicken leg into medium... Continue Reading →

Stir Fry Pork With Potato Slices

Chinese ways of cooking potatoes are very different from western ones.  Ingredients: Pork (cut into thin slices, marinated with a little salt, light soy sauce and corn starch) Potato (cut into thin slices) Bell pepper ( cut into small pieces) Light soy sauce Salt Water 1. Put potato slices in boiling water till they are... Continue Reading →

Stir-fried Three Vegetables

Its Chinese name is "地三鲜" (di San xian). Di means ground, earth. San means three. Xian means fresh vegetable. So it's a dish consists of three vegetables which are eggplant, potato and bell pepper. It's a typical northeastern Chinese cuisine, and it's also one of my favorite dishes. First time I tried it because one... Continue Reading →

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