ma po doufu

MA PO TOFU/ GRANDMA CHEN’S BEAN CURD

I’m still exploring China with Ken Hom’s Taste of China cookbook. Mapo doufu, or mapo tofu, is a popular Chinese dish from the Sichuan (Szechuan) province. It is a combination of tofu (bean...

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STIR-FRIED MILK/CHAO NAI

STIR-FRIED MILK/CHAO NAI

When I first saw this stir-fried milk recipe in Taste of China cookbook by Ken Hom, immediately, I scanned through the ingredient list and BINGO, I got all the ingredients and decided to...

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Cold noodles/Wanfujing leng mian

COLD NOODLES/ WANGFUJING LENG MIAN

Cold noodles is another tasty street foods inspired by Sichuan cooking that I personally really enjoy. I don’t get paid for saying this, however, I am really grateful that the Grand Szechuan restaurant...

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DEEP-FRIED GLUTINOUS RICE CAKES/ ZONG BAO

DEEP-FRIED GLUTINOUS RICE CAKES/ ZONG BAO

When I see deep-fried glutinous rice cakes in the Taste of China cookbook, that immediately translated into “MUST MAKE” and “MUST EAT” by my processor sitting above my shoulder I mean, glutinous rice,...

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dan dan mian

DAN DAN MIAN/ SPICY SICHUAN NOODLES

Dan Dan Mian is a popular street food or small eats throughout China. This typical Sichuan/Szechuan dish is one of my favorite dishes that we often order when we go to Sichuan restaurant....

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Bento Lunch

BENTO LUNCH PART 2

So this Bento lunch making things do get addicting. The best part of this all is that they are all edible. Too cute to be eaten as a matter of fact! So, here’s...

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Bento Lunch

BENTO LUNCH

First of all, what is Bento ? It is a home-packed meal that is very common in Japanese tradition. It is normally consists of rice, veggies and some sort of protein that are...

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SPRING ONION/ SCALLION PANCAKES

SPRING ONION/ SCALLION PANCAKES

My mom told me that I gotta try to make this spring onion/scallion pancakes. I never had this before . Mom got her recipe from her good friend. Since mom was bragging about...

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FUNG GOW/ PORK AND PEANUT DUMPLINGS

FUNG GOW/ PORK AND PEANUT DUMPLINGS

Here we are at a Dim Sum category again I can’t never have enough of them. I told my hubby that this was Asian style hors d’oeuvres. I can almost see him laughing...

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SESAME BALLS

SESAME BALLS

Sesame balls or known as Sesame seeds balls or in Chinese known as Jian dui 煎堆 . Jian means fried and dui means a pile (like a big pile or something). Some people...

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Pressed rice cakes

PRESSED RICE CAKES

Pressed rice cakes is a popular street food in China. Street food has always been a big part of Chinese food culture and also other part of Asia. These pressed rice cakes are...

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MA LAI GO / CANTONESE STYLE STEAMED CAKE

MA LAI GO/ CANTONESE-STYLE STEAMED CAKE

Ma Lai Go is one of my favorite steamed cakes. I had this very often for breakfast when I lived in Singapore. I stopped by this little shop on my way to work...

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