Baked Osmanthus and Oolong Tea Doughnuts

There are endless types of doughnuts in all types of international cuisines worldwide. For Chinese doughnuts, the most popular types of doughnuts are: sweet egg-shaped doughnuts in Cantonese cuisine that are deep-fried and then rolled in granulated sugar … Read More

Braised Chicken and Black Fungus

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Braising or stewing is a very popular cooking technique in Chinese cuisine. Often, simple braised dishes are classic home cooking one pot comfort food utilising meat like chicken, beef, seafood and vegetables. The main ingredient used for braising … Read More

Asian Mushrooms and Vegetables Stir-Fry Noodles

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Edible mushrooms and fungi are regularly used in Asian cuisines, whether fresh or dried, particularly in Chinese and Japanese cooking. Asian mushroom lovers view mushrooms as food ingredients as well as for medicinal purposes. Mushrooms have been used … Read More

Beef and Leek Dumplings

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Chinese dumpling or jiaozi is symbolic of Chinese cuisine, typically a customary Northern Chinese food eaten during Chinese New Year (also called Spring Festival). As the semi-circular moon shape of the dumplings resemble olden time Chinese ingots made … Read More

Mango Pudding

Mango pudding is widely held as a simple, refreshing and delicious dim sum dessert at yum cha restaurants globally. Traditionally made with fresh mango puree, fresh cream and gelatin then sweetened with sugar. But more modern versions use … Read More

Sesame Seed Balls (Jian Dui)

Sesame seed balls or simply sesame balls or Jian Dui in Mandarin is a Chinese sweet. They are made of glutinous rice flour and filled with different fillings like black sesame paste, red bean paste, crushed peanuts paste … Read More

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