Monthly Archive: March 2011

Kailan in Oyster Sauce 15

Kailan in Oyster Sauce

You might have heard of Pak Choy or Bok Choy in Oyster Sauce as it is a popular Chinese vegetable dish, well for this post we will be using Kailan or what others call as Chinese broccoli.  This vegetable dish is the South East Asian counterpart where it is popular...

Chili con Pollo 7

Chili con Pollo

Chili con Pollo if translated directly means “Chili with Chicken”; this dish is cousin to the famous chili con carne.  This recipe shares the same ingredient as chili con carne except for the meat; the meat is also cubed not minced.  This is a modern take to the classic recipe...

Blondie 7

Blondie

If there is a brownie, then there should be a blondie.  Blondie is similar to brownie but it has less or no chocolate at all as the dominant flavour in this sweet treat is brown sugar.  Handling and preparing blondie is nearly similar to brownie, even the ingredients that you...

Atchara (Pickled Green Papaya) 1 17

Atchara (Pickled Green Papaya)

Atchara or Atsara is a very popular condiment or side dish in the Philippines, often served with meats that are either barbecued or fried. This is a good pair for those types of meats as it acts as a palate cleanser and should be taken in small amounts. This dish...

Chicken Fricassee 2 9

Chicken Fricassee

This classic one-pot French recipe is made by simmering poultry is until it’s soft where the meat already falls off from the bones. Usually it is cooked with an array of vegetables in a white sauce reduction of white wine, cream and butter. Fricassee is not just popular in France...

Hokkien Noodles with Char Siu Pork 9

Hokkien Noodles with Char Siu Pork

Last week I did mention that I want to use Char Siu in a lot of recipes, now this is one of them, Hokkien Noodles with Char Siu Pork.  Like what I said I want to make my own char siu so I can control the meats tenderness because the...