Air Fryer Ngoh Hiang (Chinese Pork Roll)
Ngoh Hiang, a Chinese pork roll dish, aka Loh Bak or Pork Spring Roll is a typical dish in Asia. This dish is basically made with minced pork meat seasoned with five-spice powder. Try out this air fryer recipe!
Egg Fried Rice
The egg fried rice combination uses only 3 basic ingredients: leftover basmati rice, egg, spring onion. I hope my Chinese egg fried rice passes Uncle Roger rice review LOL. Easy and simple. Done in less than 10 minutes. You can make it in different varieties too, such as bacon fried rice or chicken egg fried rice.
Nonya Achar Recipe
The Nonya achar is full of flavours, crunchiness, freshness, with its salty and sour taste. It goes extremely well with the nasi lemak, laksa, curry or even on its own as an appetiser and is a great starter to any meal.
Air Fryer Lamb Chops and Butter Potatoes
This air fryer lamb chops and butter potatoes is easy and super quick to cook, so dinner can be ready in 20 minutes. Whether it’s lamb chops, rack of lamb, lamb shanks, I find using the air fryer so much faster and easier to cook, plus it’s so easy to clean up. No more oily mess!
How To Make Ramen Egg
Ramen eggs with creamy runny yolks and flavourful egg whites are the best condiments on a ramen dish. It’s very easy to make with really simple ingredients. Boil then cool the eggs and marinate with a mixture of soy sauce, mirin and water.
Cauliflower Fried Rice
This cauliflower fried rice is a healthy, low in carbohydrates and very simple dish, perfect for people who are health-conscious as well as vegetarians and vegans.
Ginger Roasted Pumpkin Soup Recipe – Dairy-Free
Super easy to make and very nutritious Ginger Roasted Pumpkin Soup Recipe. Anyone can make it easily and perfect for health-conscious folks. Make a large pot and freeze portions of it in the freezer, heat it up for lunch or dinner.
Tiramisu, non-alcoholic family recipe
Here’s a trial and tested family recipe of the Tiramisu, my all-time favourite dessert. Do you know that Tiramisu was originally an aphrodisiac dessert in the 1800s?