12 tantalising mooncakes you don't want to miss this Mid-Autumn Festival
Apam Balik - a sweet, thin and crispy Malaysian peanut pancake to satiate the homesickness.
Steamed Seafood Dumplings
"3-cup Eggplant" - a vegetarian version of the famous Taiwanese dish from Jo Jo Taipei in Boston.
Classified as a noxious weed in the US, this dark leafy green is super nutritious, delicious, and easy to cook!
Looking for something spicy and peanutty before our 2 week trip to Italy, I turned to this quick and delicious Kung Pao Chicken.
Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup - made with ginger and rice wine, this is the perfect soul warming remedy for someone who's sick
Beef & Mangetout Stir Fry - Quick and easy to prepare. Ideal for a week night dinner.
Ginkgo nut chicken soup
Stir-fry Chinese green Kailan with tofu.
To accommodate to the health-conscious lifestyle, wheatgrass, known for its detoxifying properties, has been introduced to snowy mooncakes.
Chinese Plum Sauce Recipe - Enjoy dipping spring rolls, pot stickers, fried chicken, or poured over duck in this sweet and sour type sauce.
Steamed Pumpkin with Mince
Rice wine soup with sweet rice balls
Chicken with Dry Red Pepper
Spicy and Sweet Mongolian Beef
New range of mooncakes for this mid Autumn Festival. Check it out!
Roadside Duck Roasting in Shanghai
Chili Ban Mee - a new heat wave of an old Malaysian noodle dish.
Chinese stir-fried shrimp with snow peas and water chestnuts. Fast, fresh, and easy.
A simple recipe for almond tofu (aka xingren dofu or annindofu)
Top 12 mooncakes in 2009
Beautifully done bamboo clams, loaded with sweet buttery garlic!
Teriyaki Chicken & Garlic Noodles. All from scratch in only 30 minutes.
Homemade Char Siu Bao.
Fried Rice with Luncheon Meat. A childhood fave of mine.
Homemade Chinese Style Chicken. Sooo Deliciooous!
Make your own gyozas! It's easier than you might think, and a great way to use up some of that summer zucchini.
Chocolate coffee layer cake
Scallops With Black Bean Sauce
Asian style chicken wings with a spicy garlic ginger sauce. Sweet, spicy and delicious.
Dong Po's pork
Lemon Chicken. A specialty of the former Pearl’s Chinese Restaurant at 148 West 48th Street in New York City.
Fried Tofu Sandwiches