My First Try On Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is a Malay dish. When I first came to Singapore, I tried it. But didn't have any deep impressions on it. The specialty of it lies in rice, which is cooked with coconut milk. But when I had it before, rice was cold, so I couldn't taste the fragrance of coconut milk. The... Continue Reading →


Oyster Sauced Tofu

I still remember when I was very little, my family still lived in our first home. We moved several times after that one. At that time, there is a roasted goose shop (if I remember correctly) across the street. My father was very busy and he's on business trip almost everyday. I could only see... Continue Reading →

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 →

Pork & Green Chili Stir-fry

青怒肉丝 (pork & green chili stir-fry) is one of the most commonly-seen dishes in China. And it's also very popular in Japan. When I have a bad appetite (which rarely happens) or feel like eating something spicy, this dish always comes to my mind immediately. Everyone has his own pork & green chili stir-fry recipe.... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Sour Eggplant

Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables. Yet, it's hard to cook eggplant well without frying. This dish also needs frying which means a lot of oil is used.I have to admit that it's not very healthy, but it's very delicious. 1. Cut eggplant into cubes. Place them in a big bowl. Add in 2-3... Continue Reading →

Butter Prawns

1. Prepare Prawns first. Remove the intestines and wash clean. 2. Put all Prawns in a big bowl. Add in 1 egg white and 2 tablespoon corn starch. Mix well. 3. Deep fry Prawns in oil till golden brown. Drain them. 4. Heat 1 tsp oil in a sauce pan. Add in 20g butter. When... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Spicy Pork

1. Cut pork into one-bite size. Put pork cubes in a bowl. Add in 1 tablespoon light soy sauce, 1 tablespoon sweet cooking wine, 2 tsp sugar, 2 tsp oyster sauce. Mix them well and let them marinate for 30 mins. 2. Coat marinated pork with corn starch. Don't discard the marinade. 3. Fry pork... 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 →

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