Shenjianbao （生煎包） or pan fried bun is not new to me. I have my fair share of these lovely buns when I was stationed in Shanghai for two years.
Even after I returned from Shanghai and when I went… Read the rest
This is a special compilation for mostly Singaporean and Malaysian hawker centre’s cakes (kuih) and snacks. Most of the local Singaporean and Malaysian have take for granted this kuih’s and snacks as it is easily available at reasonable price… Read the rest
Updated post on 19-1-2017
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A dish of my crazing cooking adventure. Nothing much to share except the recipe. I believed it is presentable to be prepared for entertaining house guests or as a party snack.
It… Read the rest
Updated post on 26-11-2014
Decided to re-prepared this as the second attempt and adhere as closed to the Hainanese tradition as possible. Slightly changes in the recipe to enhance the texture of the dough and incorporate a new picture of… Read the rest
This post was updated with recipe 2 of which there is no eggs and coconut milk added . The colour will be slightly yellowish and translucent as compared to the first set of pictures with eggs and coconut milk.… Read the rest
Mee Goreng Mamak or literally translated as Uncle’s Fried Noodles” is an Indian Muslim type of noodle dish commonly found in hawker centre in Singapore and Malaysia. Mamak means uncle in the Tamil language. Indian being the third largest racial… Read the rest