This dish yells ‘home-cooked’ food to the max. It’s simple to prepare, requiring only a few ingredients and basic condiments and very minimal cooking time and efforts.
Tag Archives: Steamed
Somebody has been bugging me about making Japanese dishes for quite a while now. He’s been immersed in the Japanese culture since the last quarter of last year and apparently getting into the J-jazz nowadays.
It was December last year that I first visited the ‘Andong Jjimdak’ restaurant at the Raffles City place to eat this supposedly famous dish from Korea. My first thought when I saw the dish approaching was that the serving looked … Read more
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
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.