“Popular local delicacies of Myanmar in Western pizza meal? Nothing is easier than making this exotic Asian flavor with readily Mission Foods Pizza Crust.”
Yes, ham and cheese in pizza making are always the classic, but sky is the limit when it comes to creating pizza toppings which doubles as a fun family activity as well. My helper comes from Myanmar, and yes, this Asian Pizza flavour was inspired by her. Loved Myanmarese food even before she comes on board and stayed with us, but because of her, I learnt to appreciate Myanmarese food even better.read more
“This delicious coconut tart is deceptively easy to bake. 看似复杂，其实就是简单易做的椰子挞。”
Firm yet moist coconut filling is the main essence of a great tasting coconut tart. If you like, here’s what I have gathered from various good recipes, and achieved a well balanced result, after a few trials. Thanks to many great bakers on their selfless sharing. :)
Post & Recipe in English and Chinese with Video (中英食谱附录像)
“Homemade roast pork is the best! 自制的烧肉最棒了!”
It’s definitely one of the best recipes here. It’s not the simplest, but surely the easiest method adopted in making this “crisped on the skin and moist in the meat” roast pork. Try and taste to believe!
“As simple as you see. No egg yolk, no artificial flavoring. 就是看那么简单。无蛋，无人造味道。”
A healthier, less sweet dessert option. This is definitely one of the best ways to tackle the hot weather. Moreover, its making is just simple as what you can see in this recipe! Yes, just 2-step to my low-fat strawberry banana ice cream.
“It’s the same like how I cooked on TV show. Stir-Fried Milk or Steamed Milk Dish, both are the best dishes you shouldn’t missed! 跟我在电视节目上煮的一样。不论是炒鲜奶还是蒸鲜奶，两种做法都是你不能错过的好佳肴!”
Once again, thank you for watching the cooking program, <Hey Chef! S2>, on Channel 8, which I had the honor to take part in one of the great episodes. From this experience, I learned to master this (century old) legendary Chinese dish and some special dishes which easily resemble at home. (Thank you thank you)read more
“How about some homemade Otak-Otak for BBQ party? 烧烤会吃自制乌打好吗？”
Otak-Otak, an Indonesia/ Malaysia/ Singapore delicacy, made of ground fish meat, coconut milk and spices. There are many different versions of otak-otak in the market, but the most often seen is the reddish-brown type. Wrapping the paste in banana leaf is the most traditional way to make this Otak-otak as it renders a hint of aromatic sweetness to the toasted parcels.read more
It’s about every food I’ve cooked with heart and loves