Many would agree the char kway teow will not be called one without the cockles and pork fat oil. Here’s my closest rendition of this classic street food.
These gluten-free and refined sugar-free pumpkin ang ku kueh are coloured with real fresh pumpkins and filled with the naturally sweet purple sweeet potatoes, making it a highly nutritious snack.
Pumpkin rice is a quick and easy to prepare dish that packs all the nutrition and flavours in a single pot. Add dried shrimps, shiitake mushrooms, aromatics, Chinese sausage and any other ingredients you fancy.
Here’s my rendition of the famous Taiwanese Jiu Fen Taro Balls and Sweet Potato Balls with the exquisite Bird’s Nest.
Here’s an easy, simple and refreshing jelly mooncake made of agar agar, goji berries and the aromatic Osmanthus tea leaves. You only need 5 ingredients.
Enjoy the mid-autumn festival with this dairy-free snow skin mooncake, easily made with the highly nutritious taro and purple sweet potato.
Enjoy this healthier version of the traditional mooncake, made with fresh mangoes, coconut milk and agar agar. It’s free of refined sugar, dairy and gluten.