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 →


No-knead Bread

I love this easy bread, especially its crunchy outside layer. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup bread flour 1/4 tsp yeast 3/4 cup Luke warm water 1/4 tsp salt In a big bowl, add in flour, yeast and salt. Then pour warm water into it. Stir with a wooden spatula. Give it a good stir and you... Continue Reading →

Vegetable Potato Croquettes

1. Peel 3 medium potatoes and cut into small chunks. 2. Put potato chunks in a pot and pour in enough water. Boil till potato softens. 3. Chop one small onion and sauté a bit. 4. Mix onion and mixed vegetables ( carrot, peas, and corn) with mashed potatoes. 5. Season with salt and pepper.... Continue Reading →

Crispy Tofu

One of my husband's favorite dishes. 1. Cut Tofu into evenly small pieces. Silk Tofu would be the best choice. You can also use egg Tofu. 2. In a bowl mix a lot corn starch with a little salt. 3. Dip Tofu in the corn starch. 4. Then deep fry them till corn starch shell... Continue Reading →

Crispy Almond Twist

It's a super easy snack. Ingredients: Puff pastry Egg Chopped almond or grate almond Sugar 1. Brush puff pastry with egg. 2. Sprinkle sugar and grate almond over it evenly. 3. Use a rolling pin roll the pastry to press almond and sugar into it. Or you can just use your palm. 4. Flip the... Continue Reading →

Cashew Nut Cookies

It's a traditional Chinese snack. And it's very easy to make. Ingredients: Butter 100g softened Sugar 60 g Egg (half for the dough, half to brush on the dough) Flour 180g Baking soda 1/2 tsp Salt 1 pinch Cashew nuts some 1. Cream butter with sugar in a bowl. 2. Add in half egg. Stir... Continue Reading →

Crispy Chicken Breast

Sprinkle a little salt and black pepper over chickenbreast for a little while. Coat chickenbreast with a thin layer of flour, then egg and bread crumbs last. Heat some oil in the pan. Fry both sides till golden brown. After cooled, cut into small pieces. Spread the sauce you like.

Crispy Pork Chop By Oven

My husband and I love crispy pork chop. However, deep fried crispy chop pork needs too much oil. So it's not a good option for me when I prepare daily meals. This recipe is very easy. No oil is needed. 1. Pound pork chop several times on each side. Sprinkle some salt and black pepper... Continue Reading →

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