A cross between Chinese char siew and siew yoke, this easy caramelized pork chops is one of the best ways to prepare pork chops. You will go for seconds.
The perfect chili sauce for spring rolls, fritters, radish cake, and other fried snacks. Homemade means you can make the sauce as mild or as spicy as you wish.
Learn how to make korokke (Japanese croquettes) at home from scratch. This baked version is a healthier alternative to the usual deep-frying and has less hassle.
An easy and straightforward soy milk recipe that anyone can follow. Once you learn how to make your own soy milk, you will never buy another store-bought soy milk.
Glossy, sticky, awesomely delicious chicken wings that are finger-licking good. This serves 4, but seriously, you'll probably need a double batch for that!
A very simple and straightforward pound cake recipe with matcha (Japanese green tea powder), without the use of any baking soda and baking powder.
Extra special beef stir-fry! Tender beef slices with extra bold and yummy black pepper sauce. Recreate this favorite Chinese restaurant dish with my recipe.
My easy recipe will give you a juicy, tender fried chicken, coated in buttery kecap manis glaze. You will understand why this is Indonesia's top favorite food.
Eggs and Chinese (garlic) chives pack a punch in this super simple and quick Chinese chives pancake, and you won't need more than 15 minutes to prepare this!
Easy Chinese stir-fry with green beans and ground beef. Packed with flavors and a crowd favorite, and only takes less than 15 minutes of cooking time.
You can make delicious sushi, especially maki and chirasi, at any time if you stock your fridge with simmered shiitake. They are great as noodle topping too.
Perfect pan-fried chicken breast with a golden-brown crust, and honey garlic sauce that packs a punch. You will swear you are eating a restaurant quality dish.