Steam Bean Curd with Egg (蒸水豆腐蛋)

This is a simple and yet healthy and nutritious dish, with goodness of bean curd and egg, and healthy and simplicity of steaming. This dish can also be called 老少平安, but the original version of 老少平安 include minced pork and … Continue reading →

Simple Vegetable (chye sim or bok choy) Soup (菜心/小白菜汤)

Ingredients 2-3 bunches of vegetables (chye sim or bok choy) 3 small red onion 1 tablespoon dried ikan billis (dried anchovy) 200g minced pork 2 eggs 1 litre water 1 teaspoon salt 4 tablespoon cooking oil Method Peel the onion … Continue reading →

Pig Trotters with Ginger and Black Vinegar (猪脚姜醋)


  Finally get this recipe typed out.  Manage to get this recipe from my mom.  In Singapore and Malaysia, this dish is commonly consumed by women after giving birth to their babies.  It is a very heaty dish, and helps … Continue reading →

Wat Dan Hor Fun (滑蛋河粉) Gravy

Wat Dan simply means smooth egg (滑蛋).  This is done by pouring egg into the gravy in the last cooking step and turning off the flame immediately before the egg is fully cook, hence remain as soft cook.  This goes … Continue reading →

Kok Zai (角仔)

Kok Zai is one of the many Chinese New Year goodie.  It has flour cracker outside with crush peanut and sugar filling, made into a mini-puff like shape (that is now the name is derived, like a mini “horn”).   This … Continue reading →