I have decided to temporary put a mango mochi in this post. Mango mochi is a relatively common type of mochi in Hong Kong. The recipe is the same except that mango is used. However for the mochi, I have
When we go Singapore Expo, kids always wanted to buy these steamed sweet corns …
After struggling for quite a while, I have decided to blog this simplest recipe which I think many parents are facing the same problem
Updated post on 8/1/2017
Upload of new pictures and the method of deep frying.
My family members except me loves this crab sticks commonly sold in Singapore and Malaysia supermarket. It was usually sold in the frozen department and
I loved begedil or perkedel, the Malay deep fried potatoes patties with a unique taste on its own… It is good to go with mee soto ayam and a must have when I frequented our Malay brother’s store if
Frankly speaking, I do not know how many readers will fancy this recipe.. A very old traditional snack called ma hua (麻花）or literally translated as hemp flower. I am unsure why it is called as such and I did
When Asian Food Channel posted a picture of white rabbit creamy candy in its timeline, it caught my attention because I did not have this sweet for many years. Yes, in fact it brought lots of childhood memories…I love
Good morning readers,have a great Happy Mid Autumn Festival.
First of all, I have to apologize for the mistake in my Chinese wordings as it will take too much time to amend the word and I only discovered it
Mid autumn festival and mooncake festival will be few days away and I thought besides mooncakes, it might be a good idea to have some osmanthus steamed sponge cake to join the “celebration”. For those who can’t eat mooncake,