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 →

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Noodles With Soybean Paste

When I was in high school, I studied in a boarding school. Because we only had half day off (on Sat or Sun) in one week, so I could only went back home once a week. I didn't like school canteen, neither did my other classmates. To make my school life easier, my mom used... Continue Reading →

Dark Brasied Chicken Leg

Ingredient: Boneless chicken leg Light soy sauce 1 tsp Dark soy sauce 1.5 tsp Sugar 1 tsp Salt 1/4 tsp Hot water 4 tsp 1. Heat the pan. Put in the chicken with skin side down.  2. Flip it over when the skin side turns golden brown. And fry the other side till golden brown... Continue Reading →

Kung Pao Chicken Without Peanuts

Ingredients: Chicken (cut into small dices. Marinated with a little salt, cooking wine, light soy sauce and cornstarch) Carrot & cucumber ( both chopped into small dices) Oil Pixian bean sauce Sugar Because my husband doesn't like peanuts, so I didn't use peanuts here. There are peanuts in authentic Kung Pao Chicken. 1. Heat some... Continue Reading →

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