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Fish balls are an extremely popular staple food in Southern China and Southeast Asia. They are usually made from fish finely processed into fish paste and then shaped into balls and cakes. Fish balls are highly versatile, they can be … Read More
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Mantou are plain steamed buns with no fillings and are traditionally consumed in Northern China as a staple food in contrast to rice as a staple food in Southern China. They are normally eaten plain and also commonly served as … Read More
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Chicken Cashew Nuts stir-fry is a classic Cantonese dish commonly served in a Chinese restaurant. It is also a very popular Chinese take-out dish. Familiar and favourite variation of this dish is using prawns or beef as the main ingredients. … Read More
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Chinese braises (also called stews or casseroles) is a very popular way of cooking in Southern Chinese cuisines, namely Cantonese and Fujian. This method of cooking is also well-liked all over China. Chinese braising, also referred to as red cooking, … Read More
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Peanuts cookies are one of the many Chinese New Year cookies and they are no doubt the most popular and traditional cookies. They are also easy to make, temptingly delicious and melt in your mouth. With Chinese New Year just … Read More
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Gua Bao (literally means “cut bun”), also called sandwich bun or foldover bun, is a typical Taiwanese street food that originated from Fujian in Southeastern China. It is also commonly called Taiwanese hamburger or “tiger bites pig” in Taiwan as … Read More
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Char Hor Fun is a typical street (hawker) Chinese food in Malaysia and Singapore. For many of us, it is also a childhood comfort food that we will never get bored of eating. There are also many Malaysian chain restaurants … Read More
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Chinese buns (baozi or mantou) typically are small bread or bread roll that can be either sweet or savoury and most common methods of cooking these buns are steamed, baked or even deep fried. The resulting bread dough is usually … Read More
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Agar-Agar Jelly always reminds me of many fond childhood memories of consuming different types of homemade Jelly with lots of different fresh fruits and flavours. There are also many store bought jellies with different colours and flavourings that really have … Read More
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Peanuts cookies are one of the many Chinese New Year cookies and they are no doubt the most popular and traditional cookies. They are also easy to make, temptingly delicious and melt in your mouth. With Chinese New Year just … Read More
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