Classic Chinese Comfort Food – Anchovies Onion (古早味江鱼仔炒大葱)

INTRODUCTION

When I was a kid, my daily breakfast was rice porridge without fail. I had this porridge breakfast until the day I left my house for university in Kuala Lumpur. No cakes, no breads or even steamed buns like

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What I cooked today (家常便饭系列)- 12-7-2013 10
What I cooked today (家常便饭系列)- 12-7-2013

On 12 July 2013, white rice served with:

1 Ginger Chicken 姜丝鸡
2 Local Mustard Fried With Anchovies 小鱼炒芥菜
3 Bean Curd Stick Pork Rib Soup 豆支排骨汤
4 Bean Curd Omelette 豆干蛋饼

For dish 1 and dish 4, please click

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Blanching Vegetables in Chinese Cooking - 利用汆烫准备可口的中式的”菜”肴 8
Blanching Vegetables in Chinese Cooking – 利用汆烫准备可口的中式的”菜”肴

INTRODUCTION

Traditional Chinese cooking don’t usually use the blanching method for cooking its vegetables. Usually, they stir fried with oil in a hot wok or frying pan. 

My mum will usually take out a frying pan, put in some oil,

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Are you kidding? You don’t need oil to fry rice?– The authentic Sarawak Cuisine–Aruk Fried Rice 14
Are you kidding? You don’t need oil to fry rice?– The authentic Sarawak Cuisine–Aruk Fried Rice

“Nasik Aruk (originated from Sarawak). Nasik Aruk is a traditional Sarawakian Malay fried rice. Unlike Nasi Goreng, Nasi Aruk does not use any oil to fry the rice. The ingredients are garlic, onion and anchovies, fried to perfection

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