Classic Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies (软巧克力片饼干)

INTRODUCTION

We went to the library and I borrowed a baking book. My kids flipped through the book and leave me a message that they wanted to eat  soft chocolate chips cookies. I did not know what attracted them, possibly

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Classic Chinese Sweet And Sour Pork (咕噜肉,咕咾肉、古老肉)

INTRODUCTION

This is a such a common dish that need no introduction as this Chinese traditional dish is a very popular dish worldwide. I have my fair share of travelling to many parts of the world and almost all the

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Chinese Style Deep Fried Prawn Fritters aka Cucur Udang (炸虾饼)

INTRODUCTION

Two years ago, I prepared cucur udang or prawn fritters but I have forgotten to issue the recipe. Now, I can’t locate the set of pictures. Since I bought one kilogram of prawns a few days ago, I have

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Salted Egg Bitter Gourd (金沙苦瓜)

INTRODUCTION

This is a common dish in my house and is not invented by me. I first knew that bitter gourd blends well with salted eggs when my brother in law invited us to his house for dinner at least

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Traditional Foochow/Fuzhou Ceremonial Cake aka Ley Pia (福州礼饼)

INTRODUCTION

If not because I bought a package of this cake and I am very impressed, I would not have issued this recipe. I was told that this Foochow ceremonial cake is a nice cake and common in Sibu and

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Famous Wuxi Spareribs (无锡排骨,无锡肉骨头,酱排骨)

INTRODUCTION

I have a weakness for this Chinese famous dish: Wuxi spareribs (无锡排骨,无锡肉骨头)。 I got to know the dish when I was stationed in Shanghai and Wuxi is very near to Shanghai, about a few hours train ride from Shanghai.

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Taiwanese Crispy Fried Chicken Nuggets aka Yan Su Ji (台湾盐酥鸡)

INTRODUCTION

I do not think I need to introduce this Taiwanese fried chicken, yan su ji (盐酥鸡)or literally translated as crispy salt chicken . If you have been to Taiwan, I am sure you bound to try this snack which

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Japanese Potato Salad (ポテトサラダ 日式土豆色拉)

Updated post on 12-9-2016

Updated a recipe to convert into a vegetarian recipe. For vegetarian recipe, please omit the ingredients in red. This vegetarian recipe is only suitable for those who takes eggs (蛋素). Those who did not take eggs,

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Traditional Yunnan Ham Mooncake (云腿月饼)

INTRODUCTION

I stumbled across this type of mooncake while I was searching the recipe for the Cantonese five nuts mooncake that has ham and candied pork belly. I was stunned when I read the recipe, this Yunnan famous ham moon

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Traditional Kaya Puff or Kaya Kok (咖椰角, 咖央酥)

INTRODUCTION

Whenever I think of kaya puff, it will bring me down the memory lanes of my University days in University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Occasionally, I would travel from Section 17 and visited the Kota Raya area. One of

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