Tag Archives: Roasted

Salted Roast Chicken (盐焗鸡)

“Simple roast chicken”

It’s always a breeze to cook if you have the right equipments in your kitchen. Not giving up my wok cooking, but I liked the large oven I am having how. Less smoky kitchen, less oily stove, and still having delicious home cooked for my loved ones. Oven it!

Very simple and delicious roast meal to start with…. I had a salty roast chicken!

Roasted, or you called it baked (since my oven doesn’t come with the turner). Its simplest recipe came from my dad and mum, thanks to them, we had a such delicious meal, yet, still able to keep my kitchen clean and nice, for now. :) read more

Roasted Fragrant Orange Pork Ribs (香橙焗排骨)

“I cook this whenever my craving for some refreshing meat dishes kicks in, and it’d easily prepared and cooked even in those busy nights.”

Serve this simple-to-assemble tangy pork ribs on a bed of leavy greens, or enjoy it as a complete Western meal with soft creamy mashed potato and lightly salted blanched mixed vegetables.

You may prepare the marinating the night before, for even greater flavour to be yielded… When ready, simply roast it in oven and you will be able to get this served in a flash. Whet your appetite with the zesty and mild saltiness of hoisin sauce flavours in the ribs even in the busy weeknights! read more

Pan-Roasted Prawns (干燒明蝦)

“Sometimes you just need to fix a quick, yet, luscious, dinner meal for the family..”

Go into just about any restaurants of all cuisines, you are sure to find prawns on the menu. But ordering of seafood, especially prawns (large shrimps) dishes, also mean to lighten your wallet before leaving the reataurant. How about cooking up a ‘restaurant-style’ seafood dish for the family? :)

This is simple to fix and deliciuos to taste large prawns dish, especially if you like the prawns to be packed with robust flavour with mild spiciness in it. Even though the prawns are to be served dry without any gravy, you may actually serve the dish with some cut limes, for squeezing its juice over the prawns upon tucking in, for more zesty flavour. Just to be reminded that with or without the lime, the prawns are juicy and moist enough to taste as it is pan-roasted (in Chinese, we called it 干燒 ‘Gan Shao’, which means dry-roast) where the prawns will be roasted and crisped on the shell, but tender and moist interiorly. read more

Chinese Roasted Pork aka Char Siew Recipe (蜜汁叉烧)


“Authentic Char Siew with my heirloom recipe – Yummy & Juicy Roasted Pork that whets your appetite.”

‘Char Siew’, is actually Cantonese pronunciation. It means ‘fork roasting’. Why is it being called as ‘fork roasting’? It simply refers to its cooking method, long strips of marinated pork meat which are skewered with long forks, and roasted in a large covered oven using charcoal. This is a traditional way of making this dish. Char Siew is one of the famous “roasted flavours (烧味)” in Asia, especially Hong Kong. Char Siew (叉烧) is also well-known as Chinese roasted pork, barbecued pork and Cantonese-style honeyed pork. read more