A twist on Mac and Cheese, this cheese ramen recipe uses real cheddar cheese, a pack of instant noodles and a super simple way to thicken up milk to create a creamy, indulgent cheese ramen. Perfect for days when you want a small portion of something creamy, comforting and quick to make.
Homemade furikake recipe, seasoned with homemade miso and gochujang powder, garlic bits and traditional ingredients such as smokey bonito flakes, toasted sesame seeds and nori seaweed.
A taro bun remade into tiny bite sized taro dumplings filled with buttery salted duck eggs, taro and lightly sweetened with condensed milk.
WHAT IS TARO? Taro is a starchy root vegetable that comes from a tropical plant that is similar to a potato – but it can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. It is used worldwide in many different cuisines and can be cooked pretty much any way! (Steamed, Fried, Boiled, Grilled etc)
WHAT ARE SALTED DUCK EGGS? Salted duck eggs are duck eggs that have been preserved in a salt brine and then coated in a salted charcoal gritty mix for storage and for additional curing. It is most commonly found in Asian cuisines and has a very wide range of usages in both sweet and savoury…
A classic Cantonese Beef Chow Fun Noodles (aka Gon Chow Ngo Ho) made with fresh flat ho fun rice noodles and tender flavourful beef slices that is simple and quick to throw together so you can enjoy this any day of the week!
My Ultimate Super Crispy Fried Chicken Recipe that is super duper crispy, juicy and the batter never falls off the chicken so each bite is crispy to the end!
A quick and easy comforting egg drop soup that can be put together in 15 minutes with an umami soup base from miso and little bites of sweet corn.
A simple flavorful, creamy, spicy coconut curry soup (khao soi) recipe with a hint of sweetness served with soft egg noodles and topped off with more crispy egg noodles!
WHAT ARE PICKLED MUSTARD GREENS? Pickled mustard greens are mustard greens that have been brined in a salt solution and then fermented for a few days to develop its salty sour flavour. It is used in Asian cooking and is most commonly used in South East Asian dishes.