Braised Fish in Brown Sauce

Fish is a must-have dish during Chinese New Year. In Chinese fish is 鱼 (yú), which sounds like another character 余. 余 means extra or surplus. So we always say 年年有余 (nián nián yǒu yú),that means May you always get more than you wish. Braised fish in brown sauce is a regularly-seen dish on Chinese... Continue Reading →


Prepare a Christmas Feast with a King Crab

Yesterday when my husband and I were buying groceries in a supermarket, we noticed there was sale of king crab. Turkey is too big for us to have for Christmas, so a king crab sounds a good idea. Today when I got up, the first thing I needed to do is to defreeze the king... Continue Reading →

Fish And Chips

My husband is a crazy fan of fish and chips. When we dine out, I always choose dish from different cuisine, but he just has fish and chips in his tray, almost every time. As the only chef at home. I feel it is my mission to learn how to cook delicious fish and chips.... Continue Reading →

Crispy Fried Mackerel Fillet

When I was watching TV, a girl in the show was having fried mackerel fillet. And it looked really delicious, so I decided to cook this dish for dinner. 1. Prepare mackerel fillets. Sprinkle a little salt and black pepper. 2. Beat one egg in a plate. Prepare bread crumbs in another plate. 3. Coat... Continue Reading →

Butter Lemon Cod Fillet

1. Preheat oven to 180 degree C. 2. Melt 20g butter, then mix in fresh juice of half small lemon. Also add in 1/2 tsp garlic powder. 3. In a bowl, add in 1/4 cup flour, some salt, black pepper and a little mixed herbs. 4. Dip cod fillet in butter mixture first then in... Continue Reading →

Lemon Sauced Salmon

1. Wipe salmon with kitchen towel and make them dry. 2. Sprinkle some salt. 3. Heat some oil in a skillet on stove till smoke hot. 4. Put salmon fillet in skillet. 3 mins for each side. 5. Add in chopped garlic. Sauté a bit. 6. Pour in lemon sauce ( fresh lemon juice: sugar... Continue Reading →

Baked Half Salmon Fish Head 

This dish may look a bit scary, but it's very delicious and easy. First, sprinkle salt and black pepper over both sides of fish head ( I just used half of fish head). Then let it rest for around 30 mins. Preheat oven to 160 degree C. Bake for 15 mins. After that, turn to... Continue Reading →

Teriyaki Salmon

1. Sprinkle some salt and black pepper over salmon. 2. In a bowl, add in ginger slice, garlic slices, 3 tsp soy sauce, 1 tsp cooking wine, 2 tsp maple syrup, and a little olive oil. 3. Put salmon in the sauce and marinate for around 20 mins. 4. Heat a little olive oil in... Continue Reading →

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