Curry Pork Chop Rice

I have cooked fried pork chop for many times. 1, sprinkle salt and black pepper over pork chop. 2. Coat pork chop with flour. 3. Dip in egg. 4. Coat them with bread crumbs. 5. Deep fry till golden brown. For the curry part, I use curry powder. 1. Add 2 tablespoon curry powder in... Continue Reading →


Pineapple Rice

I bought a whole pineapple from supermarket. Cut at the 1/3 height. Use knife and spoon to scoop the pineapple out. Set the pineapple shell aside. Cut the pineapple into small chunks. I also used a pineapple rice paste bought from supermarket. 1. Clean Prawns. Take off the head and shell. 2. Heat a little... Continue Reading →

Soy Sauce Fried Rice

One of my husband's favorite fried rice. Ingredients: Cooked rice ( I always use leftover) Sauce (1 tsp light soy sauce, 1 tsp dark soy sauce, 1/2 oyster sauce, and 1/2 tsp sugar) Chopped garlic Thawed frozen vegetables 1. Heat a little oil in the pan. Sauté chopped garlic till aromatic. 2. Add in rice.... Continue Reading →

Fried Rice

Fried rice is very popular in China. It's a good way to make leftover rice delicious again. First, thaw frozen mixed vegetables (carrot, green peas and corn). Heat a little oil in the pan. Put mixed vegetable in. Stir fry for 2-3 mins. Then dish them out. Add in a little more oil in the... Continue Reading →

Seafood Rice

For the seafood, I used frozen mixed seafood including clam, octopus, and shrimp. I also used fresh prawns. 1. Heat some oil in the pan. Put prawns in. Stir fry till done. Then dish them out. 2. Leave the oil in the pan. Heat again. Add in thawed seafood. Stir fry for around 3 mins.... Continue Reading →

Curry Chicken

Ingredients: Chicken ( I used chicken wing stick and cut them into small pieces, then marinated them with a little cooking wine and starch). 3 small potatoes (chopped) 1 medium carrot ( chopped) 1 onion ( 3/4 chopped into small pieces, 1/4 into shreds) Curry, water, salt. 1. Heat oil in the pan, stir fry... Continue Reading →

Scrambled Egg With Tomatoes

If one dish should be chosen to represent China, I think it probably be this dish. It's also the very first dish for most Chinese to learn how  to cook. And it also shows up very often on Chinese's table. It's a quick, easy and delicious dish as well. Ingredients: 3 medium tomatoes ( peeled... Continue Reading →

Braised Chicken in Brown Sauce

This dish is perfect for rice.  1. Prepare a boneless chicken leg.  2. Heat the pan. ( no oil is needed here, because chicken leg contains fat. ) 3. Put the chicken leg into the pan with the skin side down. The fat will come out. When the down side is a little burnt, flip... Continue Reading →

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