Category Archives: Pork

A Healthy Wrap Of Frikadellen In This Kohlrouladen

‘Kohlroulade‘ means ‘Cabbage (Kohl) Roll (Roulade)’. It tastes exactly like Frikadellen, due largely to the fact that the ingredients used are about 90% similar to those used to make the Danish meatballs.

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Haus-Gemachte Frikadellen – The Classic Danish Meatballs

Haven’t made anything edible since last December. I’ve decided to make Frikadelle to start off the recipe blog for 2012 – a dish that has left a deep imprint in my mind ever since I last tried it in Frankfurt … Read more

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Shui Jian Bao (水煎包)

Shui Jian Bao literally means ‘buns fried/cooked/steamed in water. It came to me as a sudden realisation. I didn’t know that the name was so literally translated! One really has to get down and cook a dish in order to … Read more

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Home-Made Bak Kwa – 1kg For $9 Anyone?

‘Bak’ = Meat (肉)+ ‘Kwa’ = Dried (干) So, ‘Bak Kwa’ = Dried (and sweet and barbequed) meat slices!

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Roast Pork Belly II (Noch Einmal)

Does a huge oven make a difference to everyday home-cooked dishes? – Yes, huge differences. Does a huge oven make things taste and look better? – Yes, by a few notches.

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