Monthly Archive: May 2011

Bok Choy in Oyster Sauce 26

Bok Choy in Oyster Sauce

Bok Coy in Oyster Sauce is a very popular vegetable side dish in Chinese Cuisines it is usually served as an accompaniment to dishes like roast pork, roast chicken, barbecue pork, Hainanese chicken rice to name some. It is a simple dish made out of blanched vegetable called Bok Choy...

Chargrilled Dried Squid 10

Chargrilled Dried Squid

I am not sure whether to consider this a recipe or not as for me it’s not a real recipe as it consists of 1 ingredient and it’s the dried squid but I want to post this to share some of the different food items Filipinos love like this one....

Chicken, Cauliflower and Broccoli Stir Fry 0

Chicken, Cauliflower and Broccoli Stir Fry

This is one of my favourite Chinese vegetable dish that I always order in Chinese Takeaways and even in Chinese restaurants, it’s chunky, flavourful and relatively easy to prepare. A very healthy and versatile dish that you can pair with another meat dish, rice or even used as a topping...

Cheesy Salmon Pasta Bake 0

Cheesy Salmon Pasta Bake

If you like tuna and pasta bake you will definitely love this recipe more as it uses Salmon which in my personal opinion is a better tasting fish.  This post actually is not my recipe but it was my wife’s, this recipe was created because during the time want to...

Kiwi Burger 15

Kiwi Burger

The Kiwi burger is a type of burger totally unique to New Zealand, it consists of your normal beef burger ingredients but with the addition of beetroot, pineapple and eggs. I am not sure whether McDonalds had invented this recipe or it was based on an authentic Kiwi Recipe as...

Kamote Cue 17

Kamote Cue

Kamote Cue, Camote cue or Sweet Potato Fritters is a very popular snack food / street food in the Philippines; it is made out of deep fried Sweet Potatoes/Kumara coated with caramelized brown sugar. The word came from combining two words Kamote (Sweet Potato) and Cue (to skewer), similar to...