The salted egg yolk taste is something distinctive to South East Asian cuisine. We love almost everything coated in this amazing flavor and it is a very versatile flavor indeed! It pairs well from savoury meat like prawn, chicken, pork, to sweet treats like cookies! The combination of a soft, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth cookie and the…
This is simple-to-make cute piggy bento is just perfect to usher in the 2019 year of the pig!
Recipe from Spoonful Chinese Cooking Instructor Cai Li With the Chinese New Year around the corner, you can find pineapple tarts just about everywhere in Singapore or Malaysia. Every bakery that churns them out is claiming that its tarts are the best. But I found out today these melt-in-mouth homemade tarts with buttery crumbly pastry…
What could be more lovely than eating out of a creative bento! Here’s a quick and easy recipe to create a cute Pikachu bento! Healthy and fun for your kids!
These delightful crunchy & chocolatey yummy choux puffs (or call them cream puffs if you want to pardon moi French) are amazingly good for the soul. I mean, come on, it’s Chocolate! And here’s how to make them!
Recipe by Spoonful Chinese Cooking Instructor Cai Li This is a traditional Cantonese dish but now becoming popular throughout China. The rice is slowly cooked in a clay pot, giving the dish a distinctive flavor. It is typically served with Cantonese-style cured pork and vegetables.
This simple no-bake Matcha Tiramisu recipe is rich, creamy and simply delicious! The goodness of matcha just takes this Italian dessert to a whole new level! Serve it whole or in small containers as individual servings, you’re bound to score some brownie points with this one!
Recipe from Gold Kili You don’t need an oven, or expensive or hard to acquire ingredients to bake these delicious matcha cupcakes. Lightly steamed and infused with matcha fragrance throughout the cake and its cream cheese frosting, these cupcakes are just the right sweetness for birthday parties or an afternoon snack.
Recipe from Gold Kili Try these easy to make heartwarming ginger cookies!
Recipe from Spoonful Chinese Cooking Instructor Cai Li This gentle, sweet-sour, marvelously aromatic homemade liquor is a common flavoring for all kinds of China regional cuisines. You can find the rice wine (sometimes called Chinese Cooking Wine) in the Asian supermarkets, but the homemade version is much more delicious and it is surprisingly easy to…