This version of fish ball soup is all about enjoying the fish balls, so try to get the best quality money can buy. Only three ingredients are needed to make the soup : fish balls, Tianjin preserved vegetables, and garlic. The soup can be served as is, or with steamed white rice. But the best […]
Anything teriyaki is deceptively easy to make at home I almost never get another one from the restaurant after I master this recipe. All kind of meat goes, from chicken thigh (with skin on please), to beef (tenderloin or sirloin works best, anything you would use for your steak, really), and of course to fish […]
Pan fried fish with soy sauce is one of the most classic Chinese recipe to enjoy white fish. You can use any kind of firm white fish, such as red snapper, rock fish, or grouper. Restaurants love to either serve their fish whole or thinly sliced, but I think it is easiest to use a […]
My Mom makes the best steamed fish and I finally got her recipe, yay! And she gave me the fish to boot, isn’t she the best? ♥ Mom actually gave me twice the amount of fish that I use in the recipe, but I have a super duper tiny steamer (namely I steam dishes with […]
This tasty soup is the result of two cuisines, Indonesian with heavy influence from the Chinese that has settled in Java for hundreds of years. I could not find the definite recipe for this soup, since everyone seems to put different stuffs into the soup. But from my limited research, the recipe in this post […]
Siomay Bandung is one of my favorite hawker food. I grew up eating loads of this especially during junior and senior high where there was a hawker selling this right in front of the school. When I was really hungry, I would order a plate with everything in it 😀 Such sweet memories.
Back in college days when I was strapped for time to cook and the grocery stores sorely lacked dedicated Asian food ingredients, this was my go to soup. Luckily, bok choy, tofu, and fish balls were quite easy to be had, and if bok choy was not in season, I could usually count on substituting […]