Teochew Style of Steamed Fish
Chinese like to use steaming as a method of cooking, be it in daily household cooking or “baking”. In fact lots of “pastry” items were steamed rather than baked. We steamed meats, vegetables, tofu,… Read the rest
Authentic tiramisu will require mascarpone cheese, coffee, uncooked eggs, Khalua (or other coffee liquor), castor sugar and sponge fingers. This Tiramisu uses no eggs, but coffee, Tia Maria, normal sponge cakes, condense milks and normal cream cheese. Hence, it… Read the rest
I doubt if any Chinese , Japanese and Koreans do not know any thing about soya beans. Some soya bean products such as bean curds are so common that the Chinese name (“Tofu” or “ 豆腐“） have been accepted… Read the rest
UPDATED POST ON 26 OCTOBER 2015
New sets of picture as I am more accustomed to the coating after a few times.. The more times of coating, the better will be crust.
I was so tired after I finished… Read the rest
UPDATED POST ON 2-10-2014
Please scroll down towards the end for an updated quicker recipe of Japanese curry cooking.
I grew up eating curries but the South East Asian type of curries. The curries that are spicy, savoury and… Read the rest