Xun Yu 熏鱼 Recipe

It's a classic Shanghai dish. 1. Prepare a fish or fish fillet. Cut into slices about 1.5-2 cm thick. 2. Place fish slices in a bowl. Marinate with cooking wine, ginger slices and chopped spring onion. 3. Drain the fish. Pat them with kitchen towel. Cos next step is to deep fry them. If fish... Continue Reading →

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Scrambled Egg With Luffa & Black Fungus

I have been in Singapore for over 3 years. Sometimes when I was shopping for groceries in supermarket, I wondered why there is no luffa here. And one day, I saw a strange long Gourd with ridges around it. I picked it up and saw the name "luffa". Then I realized, luffa here is very... 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 →

Steamed Ribs with Vermicelli

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 →

Shrimp Congee

An easy way to cook congee is putting rice in freezer for overnight. So on the night before, wash rice, drain them. Put them in a bag. And put into freezer. The next day. Boil a pot of hot water. No need to thaw the rice. Just put frozen rice in the boiling water. Once... Continue Reading →

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