THAI RICE SOUP/ JOAK/ KHAO TOM

THAI RICE SOUP/ JOAK/ KHAO TOM

Rice soup or joak in Thai language is a very common Thai dish for breakfast or late night snack. This also holds true in other Southeast Asia countries and East Asia for porridge/congee....

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BLACK SESAME PORRIDGE/GGAE JOOK

BLACK SESAME PORRIDGE/GGAE JOOK

Rice porridge is also a popular dish in Korean cuisine. Just like in other part of Asia, porridge can be eaten as snack, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I personally love porridge or...

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Congee with walnuts, lily bulb and black sesame seeds

CONGEE WITH WALNUTS, LILY BULB AND BLACK SESAME SEEDS

I got this cooking book “Nutritious Recipes for Children” from my brother-in-law (THANK YOU!!). It is a wonderful cooking book that involves lots of traditional Chinese herbs. I have not much knowledge about...

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fish porridge

FISH PORRIDGE

Some people associate eating porridge/congee with “sick people” food. I guess in most Asian culture, or maybe let’s just say at our very own home growing up, whenever we were not feeling well,...

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YAM PORRIDGE

YAM PORRIDGE

Enough of Congee already you would say ? Nope, obviously I couldn’t get enough. So here’s another variation I made. This recipe is from my mom’s dear friend and it is absolutely delicious....

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congee/porridge

CENTURY EGG CONGEE

Lots of people who are not familiar with authentic Chinese food find Century Egg a turn off. Well, it doesn’t look particularly attractive with its black color and you may even think the...

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pork congee

PORK CONGEE

This is another variation of Congee I made. Instead of using chicken this time, I used pork balls and add in eggs. Some people will add in pork liver into pork congee as...

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CHICKEN PORRIDGE

CHICKEN PORRIDGE

Rice is pretty much the staple in South East Asia. With that said, not only do we eat rice for lunch and dinner, we eat rice for breakfast sometime. One of the rice...

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