The popularity of the Sriracha Sauce has soared in recent years. This spicy and tangy condiment with a touch of sweetness can now be found in the refrigerators of many homes, right next to the ketchup. Read more >>
I’ve been venturing outside of my cooking comfort zone lately and trying more refined dishes. I guess watching so many Masterchef episodes has really inspired me to be more adventurous. Read more >>
Inspired from all the panna cotta recipes I’ve been seeing on Masterchef Australia this season, I decided to give a go at this simple but elegant Italian dessert. The base of the panna cotta is just dairy, sugar and gelatine, so seems simple enough, right? Read more >>
I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated my blog, and a few of you have already asked me when there will be a new post. I do apologise for the unannounced hiatus and hope to make it up to you with this delicious Tiramisu Cupcake recipe I made with my sister. Read more >>
Another simple Chinese Cantonese recipe to put together for a quick dinner is this Chinese Soy Sauce Chicken Wings dish. Chicken wings are such a versatile protein in Chinese cooking, it’s quick to cook and is always a favourite. I should really share more Chicken Wing recipes with you here, I’ll make a mental note of this. Read more >>
Stir fry dishes are a no brainer for a weekend night dinner. I usually choose a meat such as pork or beef and a veggie such a bok choy or broccoli… and voila, you have a dish. You can either whip up a simple brown sauce (oyster sauce, sugar, cornstarch and water) or use store-bought black bean sauce to tie the ingredients together.
A stir fry I like to make on a weeknight is this Beef and Celery with XO Sauce. The XO sauce brings so much flavour to the dish and the beef cooks in a jiffy. Read more >>
Kung Hei Fat Choy!! Time sure flies by, I can’t believe it’s Chinese New Year again. I wish you all a healthy and prosperous year of the sheep (or is it ram? or goat?). Read more >>