When I was a little girl I would visit my grandaunt in Melaka during my school holidays. My grandaunt and my grandmother would make batches and batches of homemade fishball for the family to eat together. It was a long and tedious process because they did everything by hand. Scrapping the fish using spoons and...
Recipe Tag: chinese cuisine
The Best Noodles EVER! Penang Style Char Kway Teow is a classic Malaysian simple and quick fried noodle. It is one of our nations favorite noodle dishes and you can now cook it in your very own home. The ‘Char’ means to fry and ‘Kway Teow’ refers to the noodle. All you need is a...
This Oyster Chicken Mushroom Porridge is my all time favourite comfort food! It can be eaten any time of the day and is great to make for your family, especially the little ones. The flavours of the mushrooms and oyster sauce come really well together to make this yummy bowl of comfort.
The words chow mien mean 'stir fried noodles', chow meaning 'stir fried' and mien meaning 'noodles' . This particular dish is commonly found on the menus of chinese restaurants in the UK and US. It's super easy, quick and delicious! Try it out for yourself.
If you have a vintage, unused claypot kept in your kitchen cabinet for years, maybe it is time to take it out of the cupboard and use it to try out this simple and awesome Claypot Chicken Rice recipe. The key to the added smoky flavour for this dish is to get the rice charred at the bottom before mixing everything together. The crackling sound is the best sound ever knowing that your Chicken Rice is ready and it is going to taste really good!
When I was living in London, all 8 years of it, I could never find Yee Sang like you do in Chinese restaurants or your local Giant in Malaysia and it's something we Malaysians look forward to during Chinese New Year. This resulted in me making my own version. So here is my version of Yee Sang that has corn flakes in it (for that extra crunch!