Dumplings are my favourite to make (and eat) because you can pretty much put anything you like inside, and they’ll turn out amazing. They are also so fun to prepare and feel like origami in the kitchen. As tomorrow is my birthday, I wanted to bring something a bit special: ahoy all crocheters out there,Continue reading “Simple dumplings and a special collab!”
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Chuc Mung Nam Moi!
Happy Lunar New Year! or as we say in Vietnam, Chuc Mung Nam Moi! To celebrate this, I wanted to share a Vietnamese specialty with you. Every new year, or Tet, my mom buys banh chung. Banh Chung is a glutinous rice cake filled with mung bean paste and tofu. It is steamed in aContinue reading “Chuc Mung Nam Moi!”
Daikon Cakes Recipe Trial
When I was a kid, my mom would sometimes bring back Lo Bak Go (or daikon cake) from Chinatown. She would cut the round steamed cake into squares that she then fried with a little bit of oil in a skillet. Crispy on the outside, tender in the inside, I would always devour these inContinue reading “Daikon Cakes Recipe Trial”
Orange Sauce Stir Fry
About two years ago, I posted a recipe for General Tao Tofu. However, there was nothing truly amazing about this recipe as the sauce, which is the heart of the recipe, was store bought. Since then, I have been on the look out for recipes to make my own Chinese restaurant inspired recipes. Well, IContinue reading “Orange Sauce Stir Fry”