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

Hokkien Fried Noodles

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Hokkien fried noodles (Hokkien Char Mee) originated from a hawker (street) food stall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The food stall was owned by a chef named Wong Kian Lee dated all the way back to 1920s. Up until … Read More

Sweet Potato Glutinous Rice Balls (Ondeh Ondeh/Onde Onde)

Ondeh ondeh or onde onde is a conventional rice cake made from glutinous rice flour and sometimes mixed with mashed sweet potato, in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia (called keplon). It is a small round rice ball flavoured with … Read More

Pork and Choy Sum Stir-Fry Rice Noodles

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Fried noodles are customary dishes all over southeast and east Asia. There are a wide range of variations using different cooking methods and ingredients. Fried noodles are also what I would call a one-wok wonder, it is easy, … Read More

Braised Chicken with Shiitake Mushrooms

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This is a simple classic Chinese home cooking dish. The highly concentrated flavour of shiitake mushrooms is the basis of Chinese and other Asian cooking. Whenever I use shiitake mushrooms in my gluten free cooking, I will always … Read More

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