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easy lamb cutlets

Lamb cutlets- How to prepare in four simple steps

In this article, I want to introduce a lamb cutlets recipe that is different from what you get in an average restaurant. The lamb cutlets (Chinese style) are marinated with a set of seasonings comprises the unique ingredient called Maggi seasoning. Apart from this, it also has soy sauce, oyster sauce, and sesame oil. You…

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green tea chiffon cake

How to make green tea chiffon cake – the complete guide

Making green tea chiffon cake involve only a few steps. However, it is not as simple as you think if you want to make it perfect each time. This guide provides all the information you need to make the chiffon cake which is moist, soft, light, airy, fluffy and free from large air bubbles. Let’s…

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Eggplant with garlic sauce

Eggplant with garlic sauce – How to cook in 4 easy steps

Eggplant with garlic sauce (Yuxiang eggplant, 鱼香茄子) is a relatively easy and extremely delicious home-cooked dish. However, it is very tricky to cook eggplant. Many people struggle to perfect it because of eggplant absorbs oil quickly and become soggy, at the same time it lost its appetizing purple hue after cooking. This article will show you…

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Chinese vegetable stir fry recipe

Vegetable stir fry – How to prepare in four easy steps

Vegetable stir-fry is a quick and easy Chinese dish.  Stir-frying adds a whole new dimension to your plain vegetables, only if you do it right. In this article, I want to explain how to prepare Chinese vegetable stir fry in detail.  Your lustrous, gorgeous vegetable stir fry with remarkable texture will knock your socks off.…

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tofu with minced pork recipe

Tofu with minced pork recipe – How to cook in 4 easy steps

Tofu with minced pork is one home-cooked dish that served in every Chinese household. And do you know that tofu (beancurd) has an ancient history way back to two thousand years ago? Legend has it that tofu was invented by Lord Liu An 劉安, a Han Dynasty prince around 160 BC. The earliest evidence of…

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Chinese Spare Ribs Recipe – How to make in 4 simple steps

Look at the image above, the Chinese Spare Ribs that has to be tasted to believe. Why? If you regularly use herbs and spices like rosemary, thyme, black pepper and olive oil to make braised pork ribs, now think of replacing them with a plethora of Asian spices- cloves, scallion, star anise, cinnamon, sesame oil…

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Japanese cheesecake

How To Make Japanese Cheesecake (Soufflé Cheesecake) in seven simple steps

Have you tried Japanese cheesecake before? Japanese cheesecake is pillowy soft, with cottony texture and soufflé like crumbs. When it is fresh from the oven, the cake is so soft that it jiggles like soufflé! That is why is called soufflé cheesecake in Japan. It involves (a) beating the egg whites separately to become meringue…

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Japanese milk bun

Japanese milk bread- How to make the softest, lightest and fluffiest bread ever

In this post, I will show you the softest, lightest and fluffiest Japanese milk bread recipe. You may wonder, Japan is not the country famous for bread, so what is so unique about the Japanese bread recipe? I was equally puzzled why the Japanese bread (Hokaiddo milk bread) is so soft until I found the…

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Singapore noodles recipe (rice vermicelli) – How to stir-fry

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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