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Fillet of Fish in Sweet Corn Sauce

This is a very common dish in Chinese restaurants and my most ordered dish in Cha Chan Teng when I was in Hong Kong. The combination of sweet corn and fish is a perfect match. It is suitable for both adults and children as there is no bones in cod fillets. In fact, any white […]

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Japanese Cheesecake

Last week, I found two tubs of cream cheese which is due to expire. I decided to make a cheesecake but it is no ordinary cheesecake. It is a fluffy cheesecake (this is what I usually call it). In fact, this cheesecake is very popular in Japan, hence people call it the Japanese Cheesecake. I […]

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Spaghetti Bolognese

I know I haven’t been updating this blog for the past few weeks. I was in Hong Kong visiting my family. When I returned last week, I became too lazy to cook. The only meal that I cooked was . I enjoy eating food from around the world and am passionate to learn how to […]

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Stir-fry Rice Noodles with Beef

Stir-fry Rice Noodles with Beef This is a Cantonese traditional dish which people often order in Cantonese restaurant (Yum Cha). I order this dish almost everytime when my family and I go yum cha. This dish requires a lot of cooking skills but you can also make your own healthy version using a non-stick pan. […]

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Honey Glazed Chicken

This is one of my favourite dishes that I tried in a restaurant and replicated myself. This is a halal alternative of the famous Cantonese cuisine “Char Shui” which is a barbecued pork but I make it with chicken. Hoi Sin Sauce literally means Seafood sauce which it is actually a vegetarian sauce made with […]

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Stir Fry Celery and King Prawns with Cashew

Mr. Camel bought a large pack of cashew nuts recently. I have been too lazy to make cashew cookies, so I decided to make a dish with the cashew nuts instead. A Chinese dish I like with cashew nut has to be stir fry celery with king prawns. Usually, the nuts are deep-fried, but I […]

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Japanese Style Stir fry Udon

Amongst different types of noodles, Udon has to be my favourite. It is usually served in a soup or stir fried. I personally like it best when stir-fried. This Japanese style Stir Fry Udon is a very easy dish to make. It only takes around 20 minutes to cook. With simple ingredients and small amount […]

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Pad Thai

Pad Thai is my favorite Thai dish and it is very common in Thai restaurant. I used to make Pad Thai from scratch at home. Last week, I found a promotion for Pad Thai sauce in a Chinese supermarket. So, this time, I decided to make Pad Thai with this Pad Thai sauce. Even if […]

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Stir-fry Broccoli with beef

This is a very common dish. Broccoli in the UK is very affordable and readily available so I make it almost every day. You can cook almost anything with it. This time I use mushrooms and beef. Ingredients: Broccoli 1 Mushroom 5 (small), sliced Beef 120g, sliced Garlic 3 cloves, crushed Corn flour 1/2tsp Water […]

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Singapore-style Noodles

This is another recipe that I made for my guests recently. I wanted to make the stirred fried noodles but I know that some of my guests don’t like soy sauce. So I decided to make the Singapore-style noodles which is made with curry powder. Singpaore-style noodles is probably not originally from Singapore. Interestingly, it […]

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