I never cooked tempeh before. I have tempeh in some Malay restaurants but I did not like it. However, after joining various Facebook Food Groups, I noted that tempeh is becoming popular in Singapore and I have decided
This will be a straight forward short post.
A light, sweet and smooth desserts that will made me hard to resist whenever this dessert was served. It is a flexible dessert and if you wish, you can add in
What is this series? – Series 31
It is very easy and is it the tail of a rare peacock? Who know, may be it is…
Series 30’s answer can be found HERE.
This is the preserved salted mustard that
This is a soup dish that I have always craved for it。 It is rather extraordinary as not many Fujian Chinese soup dish are as sour as this dish。 However, it is a well liked dish that most Chinese
It is another day and time to submit my report. On 6th August 2013, white rice served with:
|1||Steamed Tofu With Eggs||豆腐蒸蛋|
|2||Blanched Chinese Lettuce With Fermented Bean Curd Sauce||白腐乳生菜胆|
|3||Sweet corn pork rib|
On 2-August 2013,
Today, we are having Siamese Laksa for dinner.
First of all, I have to clarify that Siamese Laksa is different from Mee Siam, another common noodle dish in Singapore and Malaysia.
This noodle dish
On 1 August 2013, white rice served with:
|1||Blanched broccoli and asparagus with chicken fillets||芥兰芦笋鸡柳|
|2||Oyster mushroom and button mushroom chicken soup||双菇鸡汤|
|3||Minced chicken fried with pineapple stripes||凤梨炒鸡丝|
All dishes were cooked with
What is this series? – Series 30
These are not grasses. however, it was related to grasses. It have a higher status than grasses because we can eat it. Obvious hint! So what is this? Looking at the shape in