A light and easy Asian grilled beef salad, with bean sprout, nuoc cham dressings, mint and coriander.
Crunchy cucumber and crispy bacon – an easy meal in 15 minutes.
Can a sausage meal be lovely? Easy one pot meal with sauté onion, sausages, capsicum and peas; spiced with garam masala, turmeric and mustard oil.
A simple salad with mango, and prawns pickled in fish sauce, apple cider vinegar with coriander, green shallot and sesame oil and sesame seeds.
A delightful ‘liangban’ salad with chewy tofu knots (百页结), tasty enokitake mushrooms (金菇), crunchy wood ears fungus (木耳), and coriander.
In Chinese, ‘yee’ means fish, a symbol of plenty. ‘Sang’ shares the same pronunciation of 升, means uplifting. With a name like that, no wonder ‘yee sang’ is one of the most popular dish for Chinese New Year around Singapore and Malaysia.
Memories of the GuangDong GuangYa Middle School in the 1980s.
Pan fried pumpkin, served with a sauce with miso and dijon mustard
Potato and pumpkin cake with cumin spiced lamb – crunchy outside and soft inside, thanks to the glutinous rice flour.
This is a heart warming plain steamed bun that is soft and fluffy when served warm or at room temperature. Great for sandwiching spicy twice
Hometown style (ZhongShan region, Southern China) steamed glutinous rice cake with Chinese sausage, white radish dried shrimps.
Poached chicken with Asian salad of wombok, pickled carrot, mung bean vermicelli, mint and coriander, serviced with a spicy dressing.
Asian ‘liang ban’ style cucumber salad with soy sauce, sesame oil and sesame seeds.