Soy Sauce Fried Rice

One of my husband's favorite fried rice. Ingredients: Cooked rice ( I always use leftover) Sauce (1 tsp light soy sauce, 1 tsp dark soy sauce, 1/2 oyster sauce, and 1/2 tsp sugar) Chopped garlic Thawed frozen vegetables 1. Heat a little oil in the pan. Sauté chopped garlic till aromatic. 2. Add in rice.... Continue Reading →


Chinese Fried Spring Onion Pancake

If you ask me what are the food I miss most in my hometown, fried spring onion is definitely one of them. It's not hard to make. But I never make the ones as good as my mom makes. 1. Mix flour with some warm water. Make it a round dough and cover with plastic... Continue Reading →

Braised Beef With Potato

Ingredients: Beef ( cut into medium pieces) Potatoes (chopped into medium pieces) Light soy sauce Dark soy sauce Cooking wine Salt sugar Ginger Star anise 1. Beef pieces in boiling water till water gets boiled again. Take beef out, rinse and drain. 2. Heat some oil in the pan. Put in 2 or 3 ginger... Continue Reading →

Braised Pork In Brown Sauce

I guess it's difficult for people to dislike this dish. Its Chinese name is "Hong shao Rou". "Hong"means red referring to its color dark brown. "Shao" means braised. "Rou" means pork.  It's also a typical dish showing up in many celebrating occasions like New Year's Eve reunion dinner. Pork better be pork belly with skin.... Continue Reading →

Braised Pork With Potato And Vermicelli

Apart from dumpling, vermicelli is another food to help me with my nostalgia. Vermicelli is a commonly seen food in northern part of China, especially in winter. Just imagine, it's chilling outside, and you have a bowl of braised pork with vermicelli on your table. All the coldness will be gone. Ingredients: Oil, pork (cut... Continue Reading →

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