Multigrain Congee (Rice Porridge) - It surely makes your belly good.
Ham Chim Peng – Chinese Fried Bread with Five Spice Powder
30 Minute Sweet and Sour Pork rivals ANY Chinese restaurant & a special ingredient to crisp pork with out frying. This recipe is a keeper!
Kung Pao Shrimp - delicious, fast, and easy
Crispy Baked Orange Chicken Wings star juicy, golden brown wings tossed in sweet and spicy orange glaze
leftover fried rice given a new lease of life with salmon chunks and zesty black bean paste. singapore shiok's first guest post!
Tofu and Vegetables Stir Fry
Oven baked ribs with a Chinese-style rub and barbecue sauce. So easy!
grub street's recipe for the most baller XO sauce ever...
Homemade Salted Eggs
Chicken chinese style - poached in a master stock, you won't get chicken any more juicy and moist than this!
Easy Hot and Sour Sweet Potato Noodles, Chinese Sichuan (Szechuan) Style
Whole poached chicken, Asian style - plus three delicious dish ideas to make with it
Momo: The Himalayan Dumplings with lip smacking spicy dipping sauce
World's best Teriyaki Tofu! Like takeout...at home ^_^
Freshly made waffles in Hong Kong.
Cabbage, Carrot, & Chicken Sir-Fry
Zhaliang (aka youtiao cheung fan) for breafkast
Asian Grilled Chicken
Tired of take out? Need to get rid of leftovers? Make fried rice!
Shrimp and Broccoli Fried Rice in 15 minutes using packaged produce. No slicing and dicing required.
Thai Chicken Pizza
Ginger scallion noodles, topped with a soft poached egg. Entertaining for one.
Chinese Delight Recipe: Learn How to Cook Delicious Pancakes With Crispy Peking Duck
A foray into Chinese cooking with steamed pork & summer squash dumplings, plus a Chinese tea giveaway!
Stir-Fried Pork Belly
Five recipes to help you brave the summer heat and enjoy a great Sunday brunch
Roasted potatoes with cumin and Sichuan pepper
Tofu Nao - a vegetarian Northern Chinese breakfast dish featuring tofu and peanut butter. It's very refreshing, healthy and delicious!
A good serve of dumplings has to be one of the most satisfying food experiences about, and
making them yourself is probably less complicated than you think. Prepare, steam, and put
straight into your face.
Char Kway Teow - Slightly spicy Malaysian rice noodles with shrimp and Chinese sausage.
Pork Rib Rice - fried & glazed with a bit of honey on op of the rice
Chinese Broccoli and Beef