Monthly Archives: April 2016

Three Cup Chicken or 三杯鸡 or sān bēi jī is a quintessential Taiwanese dish. The dish originates from Jiangxi province in southern China, and is a specialty of Ningdu. The dish shares similarities to Hakka-style preparations. The name “three cups” is derived because of the use of three cups of sauces required to make this […]

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Hong shao rou is a classic pork dish from mainland china. The pork belly also known as five flower meat (五花肉) is cooked in a aromatic mixture until sticky and glazed. This mixture is usually a combination of ginger, garlic, aromatics, sugar, light and dark soy, as well as rice wine. The end result is […]

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Coca-Cola chicken wings is a very common and popular dish. Not sure who discovered this dish, or how anyone thought of boiling wings in Coca-Cola, but thank goodness they made this. The wings are tasty, and easy to make. The wings are marinaded in a savoury mixture, and then pan-seared in a hot pan. These […]

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For those who do not know, Tamagoyaki is not the small little digital pet, that is Tamagotchi. Though they both start off as eggs, Tamagoyaki is an edible Japanese Rolled Omelette. The literal meaning of Tamagoyaki is “grilled egg”. The key ingredients for Tamagoyaki is eggs, sugar, and soy sauce. When dashi stock is added, […]

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