Ever have Green Mung Bean at the end of a Chinese meal? Well, I got tired of waiting to go out to eat this and made this at home. Now so can you!
There are those dishes that remind you of home. This dish, Yong Tau Fu does just that. Can’t wait to make this delicious tofu and okra meal.
Whenever I go out I have a tendency to order Clay Pot Eggplant and Minced Pork. Then I figured there’s no reason why I can’t make it myself.
Sambal okra is a Malaysian dish that stirs the palate reminding them of Penang. If you like spicy okra and South East Asian cooking, this recipe is for you.
Steamed lobster is quick, easy, and healthy way to eat lobster. More importantly it’s one of the more forgiving methods of preparing it without overcooking.
Once a year there’s a time to shine by preparing for your loved ones a Dry Brine Turkey. Allow me to give you a helping hand with this recipe.
Ever go to those cajun seafood places and find yourself with a large amount of sauce? Well, don’t throw it away. Take that home and make some fried rice!
Roasted meats are so Good! And Siew Yoke is not to be undone by other meats. I liked it so much I had to go make it at home. Now you can too!
I love chicken… I love boiled chicken, I love baked chicken. But above all else there’s nothing quite like a roast chicken; crispy skin and tender meat.
I personally love rice but I know some people out there NEED rice with every meal. Here’s another way of preparing rice other than steaming.
Seafood can make the simplest of soups very rich and great tasting. Try this when you’re short on time.
Cajun Style Shrimp is so good! There’s something simply satisfying about the stick-to-your-ribs-cajun-sauce that inspired me to make my own.
Eggs can be made any number of ways making it one of the most versatile items to cook with. Here’s our Sandwich Recipe.
Nuoc Mam when made well can make or break a meal. Here is a nuoc mam recipe we were taught by our friend the intricacies of making this sauce.