Category Archives: Cantonese

This dish is frequently served in Chinese restaurants. It is a shell-on Lobster stir-fried with aromatics of scallions and ginger in a light seasoning sauce. It is a lip-smacking finger-licking delicious.    Thank you for reading! Hope you enjoyed this tutorial! I’d like to see how they turned out! “#sweetrehabkitchen“. If you like these posts, […]

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Steaming Crab with scallions and ginger is super easy to make. This is a method I’ve learned from my parents and this method of making the crab makes it very tasty. The ginger and scallions will take away any seafood taste and bring out the fresh taste in the crab. You’ll be amazed by how […]

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Steaming a whole fish is easier than you think! A steamed whole fish with ginger, scallions, soy sauce and cilantro is a treat at home and it is super easy to make. You’ll be amazed by how just a few ingredients bring out the fresh flavour of the fish. The ginger and green onions will […]

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Preserved mustard greens (mui choi 梅菜 in Cantonese) don’t look like very much, but it is very tasty. This is a dish that you wouldn’t normally see at Chinese restaurants, it is a well-loved homey dish that pairs well with rice as it is quite flavourful. WHERE TO BUY PRESERVED MUSTARD GREENS? You can buy […]

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Steamed spareribs with fermented black bean sauce is one of my favourite dishes. It is also a classic dim sum favourite and also a regular dish in my home. My mother used to make this for us all the time since it is super easy to put together.   Where to buy Chinese fermented black […]

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