My First Try On Ang Ku Kueh

There is a kind of glutinous rice flour ball stuffed with red bean paste or pork floss called 青团 (Qing Tuan) in China. I love it very much. And it looks like this: https://flic.kr/p/2abgdm7 Actually, I love almost all kinds of dessert made from glutinous rice flour. They taste very chewy. I love the texture... Continue Reading →

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Steamed Pumpkin Snack

When I was little, my parents made me eat pumpkin. But I really disliked pumpkin at that time. When I grow up, I fall in love with pumpkin. Just as what my sister always says, people change. :p Ingredients Pumpkin 200g Glutinous rice flour 1 cup Corn starch 2 tablespoon Sugar 1 tablespoon (you can... Continue Reading →

Water Chestnuts Dessert

Water chestnut is not usually seen in my hometown, but very common in Singapore. And it's widely used in cooking savory food, dessert and making drinks. Ingredients: Peeled Water chestnuts (around 8) Water 500g Red dates (4-5 cut into halves and remove the seed) Wolf berries several Sugar 1 tablespoon (you can cut or add... Continue Reading →

Fried Creamy Custard

It's a very popular dessert in China. I remember I had it when I was very little. Crispy outside, creamy and soft inside. Ingredients: Milk 250g Corn starch 30g Sugar 25g Put all these three ingredients in a sauce pan. Heat it and bring to boil. Turn to low heat. Keep stirring and it will... Continue Reading →

Mango Sago

My husband has been asking me to make mango sago for him. Today, we just bought some fresh and sweet mangoes. So I decided to make it today. 1. Boil some water in a deep pot. Then put sago in water. Heat with high heat for around 6-7 mins till sago becomes completely transparent. 2.... Continue Reading →

Easy Banana Pie

It's super easy. All you need are one banana, one puff pastry (or you can use a roti prata pastry like I did), one egg. 1. Cut roti prata in two halves.  2. Put banana slices on one half. And put the other half on the top.  3. Use a folk to press the edge.... Continue Reading →

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