Time: 10 minutes.Difficulty: Low.Budget: Low. Feel like cooking Sze Chuan food at home but don’t feel like wasting more than 10 minutes on cooking? Then this is it! Introducing our easy, simple and quick recipe of Bon Bon Chicken. Bon
Time: 20 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Low. Sweet and sour sauce is one of the most iconic trademarks when it comes to Chinese food. Too much sweetness stop people for continue eating while too much sourness is just pure unpleasant.
Time: 25 minutes.Difficulty: Medium. Budget: Medium. [Non-halal] The sweet & sour spare ribs is notoriously popular in many parts of China and is frequently eaten among the Chinese community all around the world. Despite commonly served with rice, it is
Time: 20 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium-low. And here we are! The popular and delicious Kong Pow Chicken, which is commonly eaten by the Chinese and ranked as Top Ten Chinese Dish in year 2018. It can also be found
Time: 20 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. [Halal] Though there are many variation of Chilli Chicken carrying the same name, I am introducing my own version of it today. Chilli chicken could be easily found in most foreign Chinese restaurant
Time: 10 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. Tomato and eggs are best pals in every corner of the world when it comes to cooking. Today, we are going to introduce you 番茄炒蛋 – a super easy one-pan Chinese tomato fried
Sour-pepper soup (酸辣汤) is a traditional Chinese soup cuisine, where its root could be found from Sze Chuan (川菜) and Hunan dishes (湘菜) today. There is four essentials in this dish: sour (酸), spicy (辣), fresh (鲜) and fragrant (香).
Time: 20 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. Soy sauce chicken is a common homemade dish in Asian culture. It is a simple, quick and fulfilling, yet appetizing dish which most Chinese grew up with. This dish was prepared on a
Time: 70 minutes. Difficulty: Medium. Budget: Medium-low. Oh golly…. The infamous crispy pork belly (sio bak) that receive so much love and attention all around the world! Sio bak is a traditional pork cuisine from Guang Dong, China. In the
Time: 4 hours (3 hours drying process included)Difficulty: Medium.Budget: Medium. [Remove Shaoxing wine for a halal variation] What is there not to love with the Malaysian (or Singaporean) Chicken Rice? It is perhaps one of the most commonly eaten hawker