Briefly blanched lettuce topped with a tasty, sticky sauce, iceberg lettuce with oyster sauce is a classic Chinese dish that gives plain vegetable an appetizing tone.
If you love potato and fancy spicy flavour, you must try this Chinese potato rösti! It’s pungent and crispy. A great side dish to add zing to your meal.
Essential ingredient for many classic Chinese dishes, homemade red bean paste only requires 3 simple steps. It tastes much better than commercial versions.
Fresh mango chunk topped with fluffy whipped cream, then wrapped with a thin, moist and elastic crepe, pillow-shaped mango pancake is a dessert to die for.
An earthy, refreshing dish loaded with nutrients, spinach and soybean salad is seasoned with a simple yet flavourful Chinese ginger dressing.
Beautifully seasoned, crispy on the surface and fluffy, soft inside, this leavened spring onion flatbread only takes 10 mins to cook in a pan.
Popular, versatile Chinese black bean sauce can be easily made at home. I have three versions to share: classic, with mushrooms or with minced meat.
Juicy tomatoes are hollowed and steamed with well seasoned tofu crumbs. These tofu-stuffed tomatoes are then served with a scrumptious sweet and sour sauce.
Tender, supple and very thin, Chinese tortilla (Spring pancake) is made with only two ingredients. Perfect wrapper for any fillings of your choice.
Crunchy, thin strips flavoured with tangy spices, Chinese potato stir-fry shows you an exciting way to prepare potatoes.