This is a simple and delicious meal with whole chicken(s) and a few other ingredients – oyster sauce, sesame oil, ginger, shallot and corn flour. For a FODMAP friendly recipe, use only green part of the shallot.
Here are the easy steps:
Cantonese loves soups . . . soups for spring, summer, autumn and winter.
My favorite autumn soup is the sword flower soup, cooked with chicken bones, dried sword flowers, carrots, almonds, Chinese dates and Chinese mushrooms.
It is so easy to made – just put all the ingredients with water in a pressure cooker, and it is done in 60 minutes.Read the rest of this entry »
Simple, delicious and budget – 4 kilo of chicken fillets for our homeless friends. Have a great weekend everyone.
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FODMAP vegan can be delicious too – tofu recipe #1.
This weekend I am working on tofu dishes. I bought 2 different type of plain tofu (soft and extra firm) from the Asian grocery store and keen to find out how many dishes I can create from this rather plain ingredient.
Here is a chop suey with pan fried tofu, enhanced by selected vegetables with interesting and gentle textures – okra, eggplant, radish, red capsicum; complimented by ginger, chili and coriander.
When I was a little girl in China, I often had white steamed sugar sponge cakes for breakfast – the cakes were cheap, warm and comforting, although the the cakes had little nutrition value.
The steamed cakes in this recipe are also warm and comforting – and gentle for your tummy.
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