Make your own low sugar fresh strawberries jelly

I have always been skeptical about store bought jams and syrup, you honestly never know what has been put in it and how much sugar it contains.  So instead I tried making my own and to keep it as fresh as possible, I usually just make a small portion for the rough amount I need…

How to turn your soft boiled egg in to ramen egg 味付け玉子?

| Japanese ramen soft boil egg 味付け玉子 | Earlier on I’ve shared my method of making soft boil egg, and you can actually make it into the delicious soy sauced flavoured egg featured in most of the ramen in one easy step.   It’s perfect for a side dish or to put in your noodle soup!…

Easy soft boil egg in just 4 mins

This is the kind of Japanese style soft boil eggs many Asian has a crush on!   There are many different ways to make it, but I find that most of the methods I’ve come across are just too “scientific” for me.  Instead of testing the temperature and time, I just cover the egg in…

Simple Chinese preserved veggie (suit choy)

| simple Chinese preserved veggie (suit choy) | Preserved veggies come in many different ways in Chinese cooking, this is one of the easiest that anyone can try at home! “Suit Choy”, or preserved mustard green is a very popular pickled veggies used in Hong Kong’s Cha Chan Tang, it’s paired with vermicelli soup, fried…

Wasabi avocado dip

| Wasabi avocado dip | Do you ever feel so guilty about scooping the whole chunk of packaged dip bought from the store with your nugget or chip? Making your own is actually a lot easier and healthier than you think! Avocado makes the best match with chicken and chips, and by far it’s one…

Mixed greens with Southwest chicken in wasabi dressing

| Mixed greens with Southwest chicken in wasabi dressing | This is actually a great quick dinner idea that turns your frozen chicken nugget into something healthy and delicious. What you need: – pieces of frozen southwest chicken or any nuggets – mixed greens – some craisins – slices of strawberries For dressing: – 1…

Making your own Asian noodles in 3 steps

| Making your own Asian noodles in 3 steps | Asian noodles can be cooked in soup or stir fry, they often come in frozen packages, dried instant ones or fresh ones. Fresh Asian noodles are much more chewy and you can actually make it your own with just three little steps. You certainly don’t…

10 minutes quick crispy crust pizza

| 10 minutes quick crispy crust pizza | You don’t need a wooden oven to make your own crispy crust pizza, it’s actually way easier than you would ever expected; and the good news is you don’t even have to make your own dough! What you need: – 1 piece of Lebanese pita – mozzarella…

HK style steamed egg with chicken broth

| HK style steamed egg with chicken broth | This is a typical home-style Chinese food that has been an all time favourite in many families. However this is less popular in any Chinese restaurant’s menu and it would be rather easier if you try to make your own. What you need: – 3 large…

Lemongrass sautéed pork rice paper rolls

| Lemongrass sautéed pork rice paper rolls | Rice paper roll has a similar method of making with spring rolls, however it is much easier to make, and a healthier choice. you need: – about 20 rolls of thinly sliced pork that are labelled for hot pot (you can find it from most asian supermarket)…

How do you prepare Kabocha squash dishes in just 30mins?

Kabocha squash or any kinds of squash often require to slow cook or stew for a long time, and not to mention about the peeling! But there is a way to prepare it for you to cook in any way you want within 30 minutes. Simply chop the squash in four pieces, remove all seeds…

Steam drumsticks with dried mushroom and red dates

|easy healthy steam drumsticks with dried mushroom and red dates| Apart from stir frying, steaming is one of the best well-known Chinese cooking method to many westerners.  Chinese steaming is all about simplicity, with minimal marinates or seasoning, for example seafood like live crabs/fish/shellfish as well as chicken are popular steaming dishes in Chinese cuisine….