Tag Archives: Pork

Chilli Con Carne, Or Some Say ‘Chilli’ For Short

Although the term ‘chilli con carne’ is Spanish, meaning ‘chilli with meat’, it actually originated from the US State of Texas – a dish born out of an effort to get the Mexican Americans to appreciate the taste of chilli … Read more

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A Dish Of Steamed Tofu With Colourful Toppings

It is a very plain, yet delightfully simple dish to make for ourselves at home. The topping of minced meat could go with many different types of flavourings and sauces too. I love my version of steamed tofu soupy and … Read more

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Home-Made Spicy Pork Floss Roll (Crunch! Crunch! Crunch!)

My family members love eating this snack during the Chinese New Year, one which isn’t readily available at the local stores or supermarkets. The common ones that are sold off-the-shelf are those wrapped with shrimp floss and not pork floss, … Read more

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Cantonese Wonton Noodles (云吞面)

Wonton noodles, otherwise known as 云吞面 (or wonton mee), is usually served with char siew and chye sim as side dishes, as well as green chillies in light soy sauce to eat the noodles with. Given that there are so many … Read more

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Teochew Nonya Rice Dumpling To Unwrap The Dragon Boat Festival

Eating rice dumpling during the Rice Dumpling Festival a.k.a. Duan Wu Jie(端午节) a.k.a. Dragon Boat Festival is a Chinese tradition that has been going on since time immemorial. The festival takes place every year on the 5th day of the … Read more

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