Chinese Cured Pork Belly & Bamboo Shoot Stir-fry

Chinese cured meat is very popular during Spring festival, also known as Chinese New Year. My first try on Chinese Cured Pork was about 3 years ago. My sister went to Jiang Xi province, which is located in southwestern China. She went there for a friend's wedding. And when she came back, she brought a... Continue Reading →


Sweet & Sour Sauce Prawns

1. Clean the Prawns. Cut off the whisker. Poke in the second last segment with a toothpick and pull out the intestine. 2. Heat some oil in the pan. Put all the Prawns in. Stir fry till each side turns red. 3. Pull Prawns to the side of the pan. Add in chopped garlic &... Continue Reading →

Lemon Prawn

It's a very simple dish to cook. Prepare sauce: 50g lemon juice, 50g sugar and a little black pepper powder. Mix them well. Clean Prawns and prepare some chopped garlic and green onion. 1. Heat some oil in the pan. Put the Prawns in. Stir fry till Prawns turn pink. 2. Add in chopped garlic... 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 →

Fried Burdock 

I used to think burdock can be only used as tea or medicine herbs. I never thought it could be cooked as usual vegetables. Burdock is very good for health. This dish is very simple. Just rinse burdock in water, remove the peel. Then cut into think slices. Thin slices are easy to cook and... Continue Reading →

Potato Croquette

I used 4 small potatoes. Peel them, boil or steam them then mash them. Sprinkle salt and black pepper over mashed potato and blend well. Make mashed potato into shape you like. Dip in starch, then egg and bread crumbs at last. Deep fry them till golden brown. Crunchy outside but very soft inside. My... Continue Reading →

Chicken & Green Onion Stewers

I used chicken breast. 1. Cut chicken breast into one-bite pieces. 2. Marinate chicken with 3 tsp soy sauce, 2 tsp cooking wine, chopped garli (2 cloves), a little chopped ginger, 4 tsp sugar and 1 tsp cornstarch for 10-15 mins. 3. Cut green onion into small pieces similar to the size of chicken pieces.... Continue Reading →

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