Healthy and delicious Broiled Cracked Pepper Cod with sweet bell peppers, onions, and garlic. Serve it with rice or potatoes for a tasty weeknight meal.
Easy Ham Cabbage Stir Fry with a nice balance of saltiness from the ham and sweetness from the cabbage, carrots, and green beans.
Simple and tasty Salmon Fried Rice using leftover grilled salmon, green beans, and eggs. Red chili peppers provide a little heat.
If you are a fan of Milo, you will love these Milo Sandwiches spread with butter or condensed milk and chocolate malt powder. So yummy!
Easy Chicken Rice Flake Noodle Soup, the perfect antidote for a cold day. Tender rice flake noodles in a clear tasty broth. Only minutes to prepare.
A quick and simple yet tasty fried rice made with left-over grilled chicken and fresh seasonal corn.
This quick and easy Asian style Omelet with Chives and Onions can be thrown together in minutes. It is usually served as a side dish with rice.
Quick and tasty Lo Mein with Kale and Egg for one. Only 15 minutes to prepare and can be easily multiplied for the family.
Quick and easy French Toast for a delicious and satisfying breakfast. Ready in 10 minutes and perfect with a cuppa.
Delicious Baked Spicy Garlic Potato Wedges that are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside with a slightly spicy and garlicky flavor.
Quick and easy Peanut Butter and Cream Cheese Dip with a sweet salty combination perfect with crunchy fruits, vegetables, and pretzels. Only minutes to prepare.
These fragrant and delicious Coconut Candy flavored with pandan paste are sure to delight. Can be made ahead for all your parties and gatherings.
Simple, easy, gluten-free, and summery pan fried Green Bean Corn Cakes. Delicious as a side dish or snack dipped in sweet chili sauce.
Quick and easy Shrimp and Broccoli Slaw Fried Rice using cooked shrimps and pre-cut broccoli slaw. Can be prepared in 15 minutes with minimum prep work.
This Sweet Potatoes in Ginger Syrup is a delicious and warming Chinese dessert using only 3 ingredients. It takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.
Culinary history was changed forever when someone long ago in China introduced rice to wok! The humble steamed rice, tossed with seasoning (normally soy sauce) and oil, seared with the intense heat from the frying pan, transforms into a dish worthy of kings. There was even an episode of Iron Chef where the Japanese chef…