Lotus Root and Peanut Soup is a bowl of comfort on a cold day. This flavorful soup is slowly simmered to bring out all its wholesome goodness.
These delicious Shanghai Style Pancakes and Peanut Cream are a treat you can easily prepare in your kitchen using convenient prepackaged ingredients.
Chop Suey Soup (Chai Boey) is a much anticipated dish prepared after the Chinese New Year feast consisting of roast pork, mustard greens, and leftovers.
Yee Sang is a raw fish salad and a must-have for the Chinese New Year Feast. Make it at home using lox and a variety of crunchies and vegetables.
Wishing all of you a very Happy and Prosperous Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, Tet)! Enjoy all those wonderful family reunion dinners and special goodies. May the Year of the Rabbit bring you good health and multiply your fortunes.
Melt-in-the-mouth gluten free Chinese Peanut Cookies using freshly roasted peanuts and rice flour. They are very easy to make and a treat for sure!
This Warm Jicama and Cabbage Salad is an adapted version of the Jiu Hu Char using shrimps instead of pork belly and dried cuttle fish strips.
Sui Kow (Chinese Dumplings) are delicious fan shaped dumplings served in broth. They can also be deep fried or pan fried and steamed as pot stickers.
This sweet and tender Steamed Rainbow Trout is quick, healthy, and delicious. It is dressed Chinese style with a simple ginger, garlic, and soy dressing.
Yee Sang is a raw fish salad that originated in Singapore and is popular in both Singapore and Malaysia. It is a symbol of prosperity and abundance, and is normally served as an appetizer during a Chinese New Year Feast. The dish is served with raw fish, shredded daikon, jicama, carrots, pickled ginger, pomelo, fried…
Silky smooth Wontons in clear chicken broth are great as a starter or appetizer. They can also be deep fried to perfection as finger foods.
Coconut Candy, a delightfully sweet and tasty treat that is sure to please. Make ahead and store in air tight jars for up to 3 weeks in the refrigerator.