Tag Archives: Egg

Quiche Lorraine

The origin of the term ‘Lorraine’ came from the Lorraine region of France; the term ‘Quiche Lorraine’, on the other hand, originated from English-speaking countries. Basically Quiche Lorraine refers to an open pastry that is made of a crusty base … Read more

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Pasta Carbonara The Half-Italian Way

It all started during Christmas last year. My family and I had our yearly celebration at my eldest brother’s house and my second sister-in-law made Italian carbonara for us. Even before this, my niece was going on and on about … Read more

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A Very Big Bowl Of Potato Salad Fiesta

Potato salads can be very simple to make and a very convenient meal for a working adult/parent, especially because they can be kept to chill in the fridge for up to a few days without spoiling, which means I can … Read more

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Hubby’s Homemade Silken Egg Tofu

We were both watching the episode of ‘Hey Chef!’, 《大厨你在家吗?!》some time in December last year. The celebrity chef, Ku Keung, was making silken egg tofu from scratch usiing the unsweetened Nutrisoy Soya Milk, a brand of soy milk product for … Read more

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Fluffy & Colourful Chinese Steamed Cake (鸡蛋糕)

I’ve never succeeded in steaming huat kuehs (发糕) to make them blossom like flowers. They either refuse to rise generously or to split and open up obediently while being steamed.

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