Tag Archives: Cantonese

Cantonese Chilli Oil Version One

This is a type of chilli oil that’s commonly found in Chinese restaurants, as a condiment for Chinese and/or Cantonese dishes like dim sum, noodles, pork dumplings etc. They are typically marked by the tremendous amount of oil in which … Read more

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Chinese Steamed 2-Toned Chocolate Buns

Back in Durham, there was an attempt to make steamed buns. The result – though edible – was not fantastic, what with a strange, off-white coloured dough. A later attempt, however, produced an unexpected surprise, when the buns were baked … Read more

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Prawn Egg Fu Yong To End The Year 2010

Looks like I couldn’t find a much better way to end the year then. It has to be a recipe, and an egg recipe at that. How very appropriate.

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Lo Mai Kai To Finish Up The Glutinous Rice

The remaining glutinous rice in the cupboard wasn’t that difficult to deal with after I discovered that it can be easily cooked with the microwave. (thanks to the mango sticky rice). I thought I’ll give it a try, microwaving it … Read more

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Lo Mai Fun (Glutinous Rice) – An Amazing Cantonese Dish

Dim Sums are never easy to make. Healthy dim sums are even harder to create, if they ever exist. Seriously… why bother?

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