Month: January 2017

Kampung cum Western Style Grilled Yellow Tails

~ Grilled Yellow Tails on Banana Leaves ~ It is rather common that we always hear eating fish during the Chinese New Year is practised due to the auspicious homonyms of “Nian Nian You Yue”, which means having surplus or savings. However,…Read More »

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The Giant Pot of Vegetarian Dish for 1st Lunar Day

~ Luo Han Zhai (Vegetarian Delight) Served the Hakka Way~ Luo Han Zhai or Buddha’s Delight is a common vegetarian dish with 18 types of ingredients representing the 18 Arhats or disciples of Gautama Buddha. It is known to be served at…Read More »

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Do You Have Your Nian Gao Twice Cooked?

~ Pan-fried Steamed Nian Gao (Chinese New Year Sweet & Sticky Glutinous Rice Flour Cake) ~ Nian Gao is commonly known to me as Nin Gou in Cantonese as I inherited food terminologies from my mum, who got it from her late…Read More »

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Non-fried Braised Salmon Head

~ Braised Teriyaki Salmon Head ~ Teriyaki sauce is often used in Japanese cuisine. As a home chef living the cosmopolitan lifestyle, I often ended up with fusion cooking whereby a recipe may have a mix of more than one country or…Read More »

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Stir-frying Purple Wonders With No Additional Water

~ Stir-fried Red Cabbage with Long Beans ~ I love colourful vegetables. Knowing the fact that they are packed with loads of vitamins and minerals, I try to cook and consume as much a variety as possible. Ever since agriculture for red…Read More »

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