Sweet & Sour Cuttlefish Recipe

Every time when my husband and I went to shopping for grocery, we would stay at the seafood are for a little while discussing what kind of fish we need to buy. Most time, we bought salmon, which is easy to cook and hard to get it done in a terrible way. We seldom bought... Continue Reading →

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Hong Tang Ba Ba

It's a sweet Chinese snack in Southwestern China area, I think. Hong Tang means brown sugar in Chinese. Ba Ba refers to cake made from glutinous rice flour. This summer holiday when my husband and I were in China. My friends there treated us Xiao Long kan hotpot. One dish is Hong tang baba. And... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Sour Eggplant

Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables. Yet, it's hard to cook eggplant well without frying. This dish also needs frying which means a lot of oil is used.I have to admit that it's not very healthy, but it's very delicious. 1. Cut eggplant into cubes. Place them in a big bowl. Add in 2-3... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Sour Fish

1. Cut fish into slices or small chunks. Beat one egg in a bowl and prepare 1/2 cup corn starch in another bowl. 2. Dip fish in egg first and then in starch. Let them be coated with starch evenly. 3. Deep fry fish slices till golden brown. Set aside. 4. Heat 1 tablespoon oil... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Spicy Pork

1. Cut pork into one-bite size. Put pork cubes in a bowl. Add in 1 tablespoon light soy sauce, 1 tablespoon sweet cooking wine, 2 tsp sugar, 2 tsp oyster sauce. Mix them well and let them marinate for 30 mins. 2. Coat marinated pork with corn starch. Don't discard the marinade. 3. Fry pork... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Sour Pineapple Pork

Ingredients: Pork ( cut into small cubes or slices) Corn starch Egg 1 Pineapple cubes 1/2 cup drained Onion 1 Spring onion Tomato sauce 3 tablespoon Sugar 1 tablespoon Water Salt 1. Put pork slices in a bowl. Add in a little salt and 1 tablespoon corn starch. Mix with hand. Let them rest for... 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 →

Plum Sauce Ribs

Plum sauce tastes a bit sour and sweet. So I think it will be a good choice to cook ribs. 1. Rinse ribs in water till the water becomes clean. Then drain them. 2. Heat a little oil in pan. Or you can just heat a pan, because ribs contain fat. When you fry them,... Continue Reading →

Hot & Sweet Pork

First, cut pork into thin slices. You can put it in fridge to freeze for a while. Then it will become hard and easy to cut. Sauce: Korean hot & sweet chili sauce 1 1/2 tsp Minced garlic  4 cloves Sugar 1 tsp Cooking wine 1 tsp Honey 1 tsp Black pepper powder  1/2 tsp... Continue Reading →

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