Cantonese beef chow mein is crispy, saucy and loaded with beef, peppers and onions on top. A very common takeout dish that’s delicious and easy to re-create right in the comfort of your home! 🙂
Chinese steamed pork ribs with fermented black beans is quick and easy to make and big on flavour – this no longer has to be a dim sum only dish! 🙂
A simple dry-fried long beans and minced pork dish seasoned with umami packed Chinese olive vegetables. Flavourful, quick and goes great mixed with rice for a quick meal.
Bun Bo Hue is a spicy Vietnamese Beef Noodle soup that is not quite as popular as Pho but should not be overlooked! This noodle soup is beefy, spicy & has a robust broth. If you love Pho and you love a bit of spice then definitely give Bun Bo Hue a try.
A yaki udon recipe with thick & chewy udon noodles that absorbs all the flavours of the lightly sweetened maple curry & provides a satisfying chewiness! Great use of leftover meats or go meatless!
A twist from the classic ‘Chinese Coca Cola chicken wings’, made with baby back ribs. Sweet, sticky and slightly spicy – these Coca Cola ribs will really hit the spot.
When there’s a heatwave outside and you want to switch up your usual meal with something cool and light – there’s no better way than a simple cold soba noodle (zaru soba) with genmaicha tea infused dipping sauce!
When I think of bangers and mash, I think of sausages smothered in gravy on creamy mashed potatoes. It’s a classic comfort food that should never be messed with – but of course I had to come along and muck around. 🙂
Sweet and sticky, this melt in your mouth beer braised pork belly is simple to make and incredibly flavourful. Served it with potatoes, noodles or rice. East meets West comfort food right there!
Simple and quick to throw together, this grilled shrimp vermicelli noodle salad (bun cha) is great for those hot and muggy days when you just want a light meal.