Hainanese Chicken Rice

Sometime back when I was writing on the recipe from my friend on steam chicken, Steam Chicken with Spring Onion, I mentioned about another way of cooking this dish. This is a popular dish in Singapore, you can find it everywhere in almost any food courts, hawker centres , kopi shop and even hotels and restaurants.... Continue Reading →

Spicy Shallot Sauce

This is a very useful and popular dipping sauce used by South East Asian. It is also easily available ready made in bottle in all the supermarkets, mini markets and online stores in South East Asia countries. Some decades ago when I live outside South East Asia where the ready made sauce is not easily available... Continue Reading →

Assam Mee Hoon (Rice Vermicelli)

This is a common dish in South East Asia, you can find this in the menu of most buffet tables (commercially or home). This dish is also often cook to serve with BBQ food in Asia instead of burger bun. Although, the recipe stated serve four, however, this dish can serve as main course alone, at... Continue Reading →

Spicy Asam Sauce

This seasoning sauce is very popular with South East Asian and it's origin from the Malay. I don't think it is easily available outside South East Asia. This sauce is easily prepare and can be stored for months. However, there are two ingredients not easily available outside South East Asia and that is asam paste and... Continue Reading →

Black Pepper And Black Bean Sauce

Black bean is popular and widely used in Chinese cooking especially the fermented black bean. We used the black bean as seasoning to cook many types of dishes thus the black bean sauce is easily available in Asia supermarkets. This ready-made sauce  can be used for seasoning for meat or seafood stir-frying or steaming. Thus... Continue Reading →

Pan-Fried Prawns In Char Siew Sauce

This is another simple and easy dish to prepare. This dish is suitable to prepare as the prawn dish for the Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner. Prawn in Cantonese sound like 'laughter' thus used in  Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner to represent laughter throughout the year or happiness throughout the whole year. This dish is... Continue Reading →

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