A classic dim sum favourite, with a bit of a crispy twist! This satisfyingly chewy Chinese sticky rice (lo mai fan) with traditional ingredients tossed in with crispy sesame and onion bits for additional textures and flavours.
Oven roasted jalapeno poppers stuffed with cheesy crab and Chinese sausage filling with a crispy sesame, onion topping. East meets West kinda snack with flavours that will tickle your taste buds!
WHAT IS IT? Chinese sausages are cured and often made of pork but can be made of chicken or an assortment of livers. They are mildly sweet, and have an aromatic flavour of rice wine and used very commonly in Chinese cuisines.
WHAT IS IT? Chow mein are yellow noodles made of wheat flour and eggs. Chow mein literally translates to ‘Fried Noodles’ in Chinese. These are generally used in stir fried chow mein dishes and served slightly crispy but can be used to make a saucy lo mein as well
This black sesame creme brulee is a deliciously decadent, creamy and rich dessert with a wonderful nutty flavour with a caramelized hard candied top! A unique way to switch up the usual creme brulee and give it a little twist!
A popular and delicious Hakka, Indian Chinese takeout dish, dry chilli chicken is made with crispy chicken chunks and lightly tossed in a spicy chilli sauce. Packed full of amazing flavours from both worlds.
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! 🙂
Terry’s non-conventional, lightly sweetened, moist, extra banana banana bread recipe that has been tweaked and tested a gazillion times and is made with roasted bananas!
WHAT IS IT? Fermented black beans are used predominately in Asian cooking. They are made by fermenting black soy beans with salt and sometimes ginger. They are most commonly used in sauces or for steaming meat dishes.
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! 🙂