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.
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.
WHAT IS IT? Nem Chua / Som Moo is a fermented pork sausage primarily made of raw pork and shredded pig skin that can be eaten as is or added to fried rice dishes, salads or rice rolls!
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!
A cross between a roasted chicken & peking duck, this peking chicken recipe is for days when you have that craving for peking duck but chicken is all you have to work with
Traditionally, Chicken Marsala is made with a thin chicken cutlet cooked in Marsala wine and mushrooms but we amped up our stuffed Chicken Marsala by stuffing it with cheesy caramelized onions and then add some sun dried tomatoes and spinach to the finishing touch.