Category: Noodle and Rice
Here’s a detailed guide to making delicious Hokkien Bak Chang aka Chinese Rice Dumplings that’s chock-full of savoury goodness and infused with the signature five-spice powder. Happy Dragon Boat Festival, y’all!
Here’s a quick and easy recipe on how to cook classic Pad Thai, a popular Thai street food stir fry rice noodles.
The red glutinous rice wine chicken mee sua (红糟鸡面线) is a traditional Foo Chow (福州) dish that is typically served during Chinese New Year or birthdays. It’s made with red glutinous rice wine, chicken, ginger, sesame oil and served with mee sua.
Lo Mai Gai (糯米鸡) or glutinous rice chicken is a well-loved classic dim sum dish served in Cantonese dim sum restaurants during yum cha. It’s a delicious savoury bowl of tender sticky rice steamed with chicken, mushrooms, Chinese sausage, and sometimes salted egg yolk.
The e-fu noodles with braised abalones and broccoli is a beautiful and simple dish typically served during the Chinese New Year. It’s extremely easy to put together!
A typical Hong Kong Char Chan Teng staple and a popular Singapore Zi char dish, this is a really simple and quick dish to make and yet so flavourful and addictive.
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.
This seafood dry mee siam requires no complicated steps. It is easy and quick to cook and sure to make an impression at the dining table.