This spicy tangy Tom Yum Noodle Soup with chicken and shrimps is sure to wake up your taste buds. Less than 20 minutes to prepare. Recipe includes video.
Quick and easy Chicken Mushroom Udon Soup with minimum prep work. It is light, tasty, and satisfying. Perfect for lunch!
Dry style Wonton Noodles tossed in a dark soy sauce dressing served with wontons, braised mushrooms, and pickled green chilies.
This simple yet tasty gluten free Rice Pin Noodles with Radish Minced Pork is perfect for a quick lunch. It can be prepared in 30 minutes.
The ever popular Char Koay Teow or stir fried rice strips with shrimps, Chinese sausage, bean sprouts, and chives with step-by-step instructions.
Hot and delicious Sizzling Pan Fried Noodles with chicken, shrimps, carrots, Napa cabbage, and snow peas. Especially satisfying on a cold day.
A tasty and spicy Malaysian coconut based curried noodle soup topped with shredded chicken, shrimps, fried tofu, and bean sprouts.
Pancit Canton is a popular dish in the Philippines made of wheat noodles stir fried with chicken, pork, shrimps, and a medley of vegetables.
Simple and tasty Lo Mein with Kale and Egg for one. Takes only 15 minutes to prepare and can be easily multiplied for the family.
Ume Somen with Edamame and Shrimps – a light and tasty dish featuring plum flavored soft wheat noodles in a clear dashi broth.
Tasty Broccoli Beef Noodles in 30 minutes using convenient dried noodles, sirloin beef, and broccoli florets. Great for busy weeknights or lazy weekends.
In many parts of Asia, population density is high and the available school buildings are limited. Hence, the same facility is shared by two separate sessions, morning and afternoon to allow twice the number of classes available for the same school year. Children going to the morning session will start at 7:30am and end by…
This quick and easy Stir Fried Noodles with Chicken and Crabsticks is perfect for lunch or busy weeknights. Takes only 30 minutes to prepare.
Delicious Hokkien Hae Mee (Prawn Noodles) in a spicy and flavorful broth served with shrimps, slices of pork, bean sprouts, and water spinach.
Easy and tasty Soybean Sprouts and Shrimp Stir-fry with sweet potato noodles. Delicious served with a bowl of steamed rice.
This wonderful Kerabu Tang Hoon is a combination of a few well known Nyonya kerabus. It is delicious eaten as a sidedish or a light meal.
This quick and easy Clay Pot Noodles can be prepared in 15 minutes. Makes a tasty and comforting meal for one but can be easily multiplied for the family.
Warm and comforting Hoto Nabe (Flat Noodles Miso Hot Pot) with kabocha squash, thinly sliced pork, napa cabbage and tofu. Perfect for the cooler months!
One of the best ways to prepare fuzzy melon is to cook it in this simple Fuzzy Melon and Glass Vermicelli Stir-fry. It is perfect eaten with a bowl of rice.
It is interesting how different cultures have similar dishes and sometimes similar names. The Korean Japchae is similar to a Chinese dish known as Chap Chai in Fujianese (Hokkien) or Chai Choy in Cantonese. When translated, chap chai means mixed vegetables. Both japchae and chap chai has a mixed of vegetables and clear noodles in…
Delicious Cantonese Style Fried Noodles with a smooth egg-based sauce. Includes your choice of dried egg noodles, rice noodles, or a combination of the two.
Mee Suah Th’ng or wheat vermicelli soup is a Chinese comfort food. Like rice congee, it can be eaten any time of the day and is often served during convalescence. I grew up eating this dish and continue to enjoy it till this day. My mom usually makes the soup with dried anchovies. Occasionally minced…
Chinese or East Asian meatballs are quite different from their Western counterpart. The key difference is in the texture. While Western meatballs are soft and more loosely formed, Chinese meatballs are often dense, smooth, and springy. The more springy and bouncy the texture, the better. These meatballs can be made with beef, pork, chicken, fish,…
We love noodles and eat them several times a week. My pantry is always stocked with all kinds of dried noodles and often times I would have fresh noodles either in the fridge or freezer. A trip to the Asian market is a must when my stock is low. Rice noodles, egg noodles, sweet potato…
Every kitchen needs some pantry staples. These may be simple ingredients but it is important to have them on hand for those busy days when you have to get a meal on the table quickly. Dried noodles be it pasta, rice sticks, or soba and some sauces are God sent. A meal can be prepared…
Our short reprieve from the cold and snow ended yesterday when we were dumped with more than a foot of snow. The temperature dived below freezing making it a little harder to bear this time after the “warmer” temperature of the past week. Ro-Ri San and the boys raked the roof and cleared the driveway…
Soto is a popular dish in the Nusantara or Malay Archipelago. It consists mainly of broth, meat, and vegetables found in warongs, a casual, family owned outdoor eatery. There is no fixed recipe and the taste varies from family to family and region to region. In Indonesia, it is often classified by region with different…
Hearty and flavorful Sapporo Style Miso Ramen topped with slices of teriyaki pork tenderloin, hard boiled eggs, bean sprouts, corn, and bamboo shoots.
This simple soba in dashi broth is light yet tasty and satisfying. There is minimum preparation work and it takes only minutes to cook.
This is a classic pantry dinner updated with the addition of broccoli, cauliflower, olives, and lime juice. Perfect for busy weeknights!
Oodles of noodles…..I never get tired of noodles. Fried, soupy, rice, wheat, buckwheat, pasta, they are all good. I always have a good stock of dried noodles in my pantry, including the ubiquitous instant noodles. A quick meal can be prepared with just the ingredients in the pantry! I had defrosted a pack of minced…
Mee Goreng is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore. This adapted version uses instant ramen, Spam, and chili mix. All other ingredients remain the same.
Delicious cooked dried ramen in a dashi and soy sauce broth topped with minced pork flavored with miso and pan fried gyoza.
Pasta is one of those things you can easily whip up when you are running late. I always have a stock of spaghetti, linguine, rotini, and various types of pasta. Jars of dried herbs are also a must in the pantry. Shrimps and sausages can be defrosted in no time. Ro-Ri’s Shrimp and Apple Sausage…