Minced Pork and Peas

Minced Pork and Peas

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When you can’t get to that greasy spoon Chinese diner, you can easily make this at home to satisfy the craving! It’s quick, it’s easy, it’s yummy and it’s cheap! Bet you have most of the ingredients on hand and ready to go. Makes 4-6 servings Ingredients 1 pound ground pork1½ teaspoon vegetable or canola … Read More

Crispy Chow Mein with Black Pepper Beef

Crispy Chow Mein with Black Pepper Beef

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Using my Black Pepper Beef recipe on top of Crispy Chow Mein is equivalent to Dude’s top choice at any Hong Kong style café. His choice is always crispy chow mein while my go to is the fried wide rice noodles. Making this at home cuts the costs down significantly since a plate of noodles … Read More

Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs

Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs

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When we were kids, my parents always ordered something sweet and sour for the kids. As adults, we admit that we still enjoy the flavours of sweet and sour and it is not only for kids. This recipe requires no deep frying and is simple to make at home. You can usually find the ribs … Read More

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

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Wishing you all a healthy and prosperous new year of the dragon! My dad was a dragon and he would have been 84 years old this year. When we were little, I remember we would receive red packets from our elders. Usually they would be filled with two dollar bills because they were red. And … Read More

Hainanese Whole Chicken and Rice

Hainanese Whole Chicken and Rice

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This is one of our favourite meals… the kids break out into a happy dance when it’s “white skinned chicken” for dinner. It’s also a great option for warmer weather as this dish is served at room temperature. Hainanese Chicken and Rice can be found at most Chinese, Singaporean and Malaysian restaurants but it can … Read More

Super Crispy Roast Pork Belly

Super Crispy Roast Pork Belly

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I have eaten a lot of roast pork belly in my lifetime. This is one of those meats you can find hanging in the window of Chinese BBQ shops. There are a lot of different methods to make this at home and you all know I can’t be bothered with anything that is too complicated … Read More