Recipes

  • Steamed salmon and quinoa salad

    A perfect dinner dish with a glass of white wine to match. A simple steamed salmon fillet flavoured in a Chinese ginger and spring onion sauce and served on top a healthy quinoa salad. You can do this in less than 20 minutes. It is healthy and extremely tasty.

    Preparation

    5-10 Minutes

    Cooking

    10-15 Minutes

    Serving

    2-3

  • Chicken and sweet potato congee or rice porridge

    Chinese comfort food for all seasons. Flavoured with fresh ginger and spring onions. It's easy to make, nutritious, healthy and delicious with a silky smooth texture

    Preparation

    10-20 Minutes

    Cooking

    60-120 Minutes

    Serving

    2-3

  • Pan fried mackerel fish

    A popular Malaysian fish recipe flavoured with turmeric with a bit of salt and pepper. Firm flaky flesh with a faint hint of earthy smoky flavour from charring the sides. Nutritious, tasty and easy to make.

    Preparation

    5 Minutes

    Cooking

    6-10 Minutes

    Serving

    2

  • Sweet and sour fish Chinese style

    A non-westernised sweet and sour dish using fish fillet. The fish is first marinated and then lightly battered by deep frying twice in hot oil. The sauce is not the usual standard sauce that you find at a westernised Chinese restaurant swamped with tomato ketcup and sugar. This sauce is distinctively Chinese, faintly vinegary to give the dish a bit of sourness and mildly sweet, flavoured with ginger and spring onions

    Preparation

    5-10 minutes

    Cooking

    10-12 Minutes

    Serving

    1-2

  • Sichuan Boiled Beef

    This is an extremely popular Sichuan dish in China. It's deliciously addictive with different layers of textures. The beef is boiled and cooked just right so it's tenderly moist, floating in a hot and spicy aromatic sauce flavoured with ginger, garlic, chilli paste and Sichuan peppercorns

    Preparation

    20-30 Minutes

    Cooking

    5-8 Minutes

    Serving

    4

  • Asam Prawns

    A traditional nyonya dish. The prawns are marinated with tamarind paste and dark soy. They are then fried to give the prawn a smoky, charred and aromatic flavour. Dip in with a homemade sambal belachan chilli sauce. It is very tasty and finger licking good

    Preparation

    5-10 Minutes

    Cooking

    5-8 Minutes

    Serving

    2

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