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 →

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Meat Ball With Running Egg

When I made wantons in the morning, some filling was left. And I didn't have any plan to make more wantons, so I used those left minced chicken filling to cook this dish. I know there is a Scotch Egg. But I kind of cook it in a different way, especially the meat part. So... Continue Reading →

Steamed Clams With Egg

1. Wash clams in water again and again. 2. Put clams in a pot. Add in ginger slices, water and a little salt. Boil till all the shells open. Skim the stock. Set aside to cool down. 3. Beat one egg in a bowl. Stir with chopsticks till very smooth. Add cold clam stock in... Continue Reading →

Benedict Egg

My husband is a crazy egg lover. He likes onsen tamago, half-boiled egg, scrambled egg, hard-boiled egg...... I can't really tell which egg he doesn't like. So I assume he likes this Benedict egg too. 1. Prepare a big and deep pot. Add in enough water, which must be higher than egg in height. Turn... Continue Reading →

Fried Leek Dumplings

韭菜盒子 is a very popular snack in China. 韭菜 (jiu cai) means leek. 盒子 (he Zi) means box. I think it refers to the Dumplings' shape. It's a quite easy dish to cook. Wrap is made from normal flour and water. Fillings maybe various. Most common combination is leek with egg. (You can also add... Continue Reading →

Scrambled Eggs With Pea Seedlings

1. Prepare all the ingredients: 3 beaten eggs 1 small pack of pea seedlings around 200g 2 chopped cloves of garlic Oil Salt Light soy sauce Cooking wine 2. Heat a little oil in the pan. When the oil is heated, pour in beaten egg. Once bottom egg solidifies, stir egg with chopsticks. Set them... Continue Reading →

Gold & Silver Egg Spinach

This dish requires two kinds of egg: salted duck egg (咸鸭蛋)and preserved duck egg (松花蛋/皮蛋). Preserved duck egg is very controversial, since many people just can't accept the taste & texture of it. When I was very little, I didn't understand why there would be such black egg on the table. They looked like poisonous... Continue Reading →

Omelette Fried Rice

I wanted to try this dish for a long time. To make fried rice: 1. Cut 1 chicken breast, 1 small carrot and 1/2 onion into small dice. 2. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in chicken breast. Stir fry till white. 3. Add in onion and carrot. Sauté till onion turns brown.... Continue Reading →

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