Green Bean Soup

Green Bean Soup

The preparation of making Green Bean Soup is simple. Boil the beans in water until they crack open and then add sugar. The beans should have cracked open, but should not be too mushy. The soup should also not be too watery or too sweet. To add variation: honey dew sago and/or pandan leaves to…

Mushu Pork

Mushu Pork

Origins Mushu Pork is a dish of northern Chinese origin, possibly believed to be originated from Shandong. Thin strips of pork are either deep-fried or stir-fried, combined with a colorful array of exotic Chinese vegetables. A flavorful sauce and bits of scrambled egg make the dish complete. According to various sources of origins, “mu shu”…

Begger's Chicken

Begger's Chicken

Legend has it that this renown dish was invented by a homeless beggar who stole a chicken from someone’s farm. The starving beggar was hotly pursued by its owner. In his haste, he buried the chicken in the mud near a riverbank to hide it from the owner. Later that night, he returned and retrieved…

Fragrant "Tea Egg"

Fragrant "Tea Egg"

茶 叶 蛋     chá yè dàn For today’s recipe let us go with something simple but delicious, Tea egg, it combines hard-boiled eggs with the subtle flavor of anise and the deep brown hues of black tea and soy. The cracked patterns from the broken shells make these food attractive. Ingredients: 6-12 Eggs 1 teaspoon…

Gong Bao Chicken

Gong Bao Chicken

Gong Bao Chicken 宫爆鸡丁 gōng bào jī dīng Gong Bao Chicken is another Chinese dish that is a favorite with ethnic Chinese as well as other nationalities. Its origin is from Sichuan, China, known for its spicy cuisine, and has taken on some slight variations through the years. Gong Bao Chicken is really fairly quick…