Everyone loves fast food. It’s not easy to get one everywhere in the world. Why bothers to cook one? Well… I don’t know! Just because one of readers requested this, so I created mine, for her. I love my readers and friends! :)
Anyway, I find mine different from the popular’s. Mine is homemade. Decent, tasty and it’s home cooked…read more
“It’s our ritual to cook this chicken chop for Christmas, I would still add a twist to my already-good recipe.”
Chicken chop for this Christmas Eve was a little bit simpler and quicker to cook as I was out to run errand urgently the whole day. Only managed to fix the meal the last minute, I had to whip up our dinner within an hour. And, this is what I had here.
It was real quick and simple to cook this chicken chop, all I had to do was to get all the ingredients from supermarket first. Making mashed Kudzu root was my first attempt to create something new in place of potato.read more
“It’s one of the best soups for health & diet watchers. Also great for all ages!”
All the ingredients used in this soup recipe were truly nutritious. Packed with high content of nutrients, and they were delicious to taste, too.
Some nutritional facts:
Papaya, a fruit that contains not only high amount of antioxidant, but also an enzyme (papain) which helps digest protein. Snow fungus, nourishes your lungs and skin. Black-eyed beans as a kind of legumes. I did not need to highlight the rest of the familiar ingredients. Best thing, this super delicious soup was so flavourful with its natural sweetness from the papaya, we don’t need much of the seasoning here. A pinch of salt would be the limit to it.read more
“Wing-to-wing for all couples in this Lunar New Year!”
If you are still thinking of chicken dish for the coming reunion dinner, but tired of fixing a whole chicken… Chicken wings could be ideal for the lunar new year celebration. Afterall, who doesn’t want to be wing-to-wing with your beloved spouse. Yes, having wings at your reunion dinner is to symbolize flying together, wing to wing like a pair of bird… Walking hand in hand with your loved one… Sweet. :)
6 pcs of large 3-joint chicken wings
1 tablespoon of light soy sauce
2 tablespoons of Chinese braised sauce (or some brands called it Chinese Marinade sauce. In Chinese: 卤水汁), store-bought
1-2 tablespoons of XO sauce
1 tablespoon of Chu Hou paste (柱候酱)
1 teaspoon of coarse my grounded black pepper
1 heaping teaspoon of sugarread more
“Simple ingredients, for a good enough hawker treat at home.”
Satay, barbecued chicken on-stick, is one of the famous Singapore/ Malaysia hawker food that everybody loves!
I have always wanted to cook satay at home, but the extended peeling & chopping, blending and long simmering preparation put me off. Only until today, my satays are finally served on the dining table. We loved satay, but I was a little skeptical to eat too much of the store-bought. Papa pressed me to make some of my own instead.read more
As its name, it was just Japanese Crispy Chicken with my usual sweet and sour sauce.
Posted my all-time-favorite Sweet and Sour Pork recipe long time ago, and it’s a dish that I always cook. If short cooking time is what you could afford only, here’s my quick fix version!
Luckily, I had my standby frozen food in the freezer. One of them was this flavorful Japanese crispy chicken chunks. Just needed to bake in the oven, prepare sauce and combine them. Dah-dah… How easy it was to present this delicious sweet & sour dish!read more
It’s about every food I’ve cooked with heart and loves