Author Archives: KP Kwan

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How to fry the best Singapore noodles (rice vermicelli)

Looking for the authentic Singapore noodles recipe? You probably won’t find one. It is the term given by people in foreign countries the way the locals prepare the rice vermicelli in Singapore. It is futile looking for Singapore noodles in Singapore. So Singaporeans will be pretty bewildered to see that there is one stir-fried bearing…

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How to cook to the authentic Lo Mai Gai

If you have not tried Lo Mai Gai (steamed glutinous rice with chicken), you are surely missing out something. Lo Mai Gai is the specialty Dim Sum of Singapore and Malaysia along with Cantonese Dim Sum like Har Gao, Shumai and Char Siu Bao popular across Asia.   Why is this Lo Mai Gai recipe…

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How to cook the best Chinese fried rice with only six ingredients

Have you ever replicate the restaurant style Chinese fried rice, but still fall short of the result you want after trying all the methods on the internet, YouTube and recipe books? This article is aimed to provide the final piece of the missing puzzle that you are searching for. I am referring to the simple…

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How to make the best spring rolls (with eight important tips)

Freshly deep-fried spring rolls are light, crispy and airy. The crackling sound of the first bite brings back the memory of the bustling old-school Dim Sum shop once I had as a kid. The middle age women pushing the dim sum cart trundled through the narrow gap between rickety tables. Watching the high tower of…

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Chicken katsu recipe- How to make the best Japanese fried chicken

Looking for great food but do not want to spend too much time to cook? We have the chicken katsu recipe for you. This chicken katsu recipe has an incredibly crispy outer layer of breadcrumbs, with the moist and juicy chicken breast meat inside. The best part, it takes less than thirty minutes from preparation…

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How to make the best Japanese salad (complete guide)

Everbody loves salad, especially Japanese salad. The universal appeal of Japanese salad has made it a crowd favorite worldwide, and this recipe is no exception. This triple mushroom salad is perfect for Sunday dinner, weekend brunch and almost in any occasion. Why. Because it is so easy to prepare. The salad is dressed with an…

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How to cook the perfect hard boiled eggs

You may think it is easy to cook hard boiled eggs. I can only agree with you if you can tolerate the hard boiled eggs that are hard to peel, with over-cooked egg whites, crumbly egg yolks that lined with a greenish ring. Unfortunately, many restaurants, street vendors, and specialty eateries serve such low-quality eggs.…

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Easy pasta sauce – How to prepare an amazing oriental pasta

The post is about how to make an easy pasta sauce, but not the conventional sauce with tomato, cheese, and milk. I want to serve the sauce in my cafe with a ‘wow’ factor, which intends to give a pleasant surprise my customers. For sure, it was an uphill task to find one among thousands…

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Chinese Porridge Recipe – With Lean Pork and Century Eggs (皮蛋瘦肉粥)

This Chinese porridge recipe is one of the most comforting breakfast favorites among the Chinese. The porridge (congee) is called the Lean Pork and Century Eggs Porridge (皮蛋瘦肉粥). Many people think that the only way to get the velvety smooth porridge is to simmer the porridge for long hours. In this porridge recipe, I’ll describe…

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Zongzi recipe- 6 easy steps to make the best rice dumplings

My mother-in-law is a Cantonese zongzi (rice dumpling) expert. She was famous for making the best zongzi in her hometown in Kampar. Since the Zongzi Festival (also called Duanwu Festival, Dragon Boat Festival) falls on the fifth month of the Chinese calendar, I decide to make my own rice dumplings, tapping into her expertise and…

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