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Dongpo Ro (Red Cooked Pork Belly) Dongpo Ro (Red Cooked Pork Belly) By Food Gynie 04/17/12 08:12 INGREDIENTS: 500g pork belly – cut into 3” by 3” cubes 2 stalks scallions – lightly bruised with the back of knife 1/2” ginger – peeled and sliced thinly 4 cloves garlic – peeled Sauce ingredients: 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup Shao Xing wine or Chinese rice...
Chicken Tikka Masala Chicken Tikka Masala By Food Gynie 04/16/12 10:48 Chicken Tikka Masala is England’s favourite restaurant food. It is also my favourite type of chicken curry and makes the best comfort food when served with long grain rice on a rainy day. INGREDIENTS: 4 skinless, boneless chicken thighs cut into 1'” cubes...
Homemade Cappuccino (using only French press) Homemade Cappuccino (using only French press) By Food Gynie 04/16/12 09:19 Soy milk cappuccino has been my breakfast every morning and it takes less than 5 minutes to make it myself in the comfort of my own home. I don’t have a coffee maker or an expensive espresso or cappuccino machine. All I use is my Bialetti stove top espresso...
Mak Kimchi Mak Kimchi By Food Gynie 04/16/12 04:13 I got this authentic mak kimchi from a Korean friend’s mom and I love it because it only takes about two hours to make and it lasts for at least 4 months! You can have it plain with rice, make soups, and my favourite of all, Kimchi Fried Rice. It’s always...
Spicy Salmon Patties Spicy Salmon Patties By Food Gynie 04/10/12 13:52 I like to buy whole salmon and fillet them myself because I can actually judge how fresh the fish is and it is much more economical. There is still a lot of meat that is left on the bones after I’m done filleting, so I scrape the meat off and make delicious...
Chili Sauce for Bak Chit Gai Chili Sauce for Bak Chit Gai By Food Gynie 04/10/12 10:15 This is the recipe for the chili sauce to accompany the chicken: INGREDIENTS: 6 red chilies 6 bird eye chilies juice of 2 limes 1/3 cup of broth from the poached chicken 1 clove garlic – peeled 3 tablespoons Sriracha sauce pinch of salt to taste METHOD:...
Hainan Chicken Rice Hainan Chicken Rice By Food Gynie 04/10/12 09:53 I posted the recipe for Chinese White Sliced Chicken (bak chit gai). This is the recipe for the rice to serve with the poached chicken. INGREDIENTS: 2 cups long grained rice 4 cups broth from the water used to poach the chicken 2 slices ginger 2 cloves...
Perfectly Steamed Egg Perfectly Steamed Egg By Food Gynie 04/09/12 09:40 Steamed egg or Chawan Mushi is a favourite Chinese and Japanese go-to recipe when one’s fridge is running out of food and there is dinner to be made. It is easy to make but difficult achieve the perfect texture and silky smoothness that makes this dish...
Mooi Choy Kau Yoke (Steamed Pork Belly and Fermented Greens) Mooi Choy Kau Yoke (Steamed Pork Belly and Fermented Greens) By Food Gynie 03/25/12 17:22 This (mooi choy kau yoke) recipe that is an old school Hakka favourite that never fails. Easy to make, always impresses the guests with melts in your mouth deliciousness. INGREDIENTS: 500g pork belly strip (3 inch wide) 250g mooi choy (there are a few types...
Tom Yum Soup Base Tom Yum Soup Base By Food Gynie 03/23/12 14:45 This recipe is the soup base for any type of Tom Yum. You can add shrimp, chicken or any type of seafood. It can also be used as the broth for steamboat. The best part is keep the broth and whatever leftovers you may have after the steamboat, add any noodles...
Mapo Tofu Mapo Tofu By Food Gynie 03/23/12 09:19 Szechuan Mapo Tofu is one of my favourite dish but it is too oily to eat all the time. I serve it at least once a week, so I’ve adapted this recipe to be lower in fat and easier to cook.. It’s just as tasty and will satisfy your craving for Szechuan food...
Baked Muesli Baked Muesli By Food Gynie 03/16/12 10:11 This is a recipe for tasty, easy to make muesli. Store bought cereals can be costly and contains too much fat, sodium or sugar. It’s perfect as a guilt free snack or breakfast. INGREDIENTS: 2 cups pre-cooked oats 1/2 cup sunflower seeds 1/4 cup chopped...
Fried Shrimp Sauce Chicken Wings Fried Shrimp Sauce Chicken Wings By Food Gynie 03/09/12 17:17 Crispy fried chicken wings marinated in fermented shrimp sauce is my favourite snack to serve when friends gather to watch soccer games on TV. The fermented shrimp adds umami flavour to the juicy, crispy wings. This recipe takes little time to cook, so...
Garbanzo Beans/ Kacang Puteh Garbanzo Beans/ Kacang Puteh By Food Gynie 03/09/12 17:16 Garbanzo beans (or chickpeas) is popular known as kacang puteh in Malaysia. It is an healthy and delicious snack. I used to buy kacang puteh from Indian vendors, wrapped in a piece of white paper, but one could hardly find chickpeas sellers nowadays. It...
Chinese White Sliced Chicken (bak chit gai) Chinese White Sliced Chicken (bak chit gai) By Food Gynie 02/23/12 09:54 No traditional Chinese dinner would be complete without Bak Chit Gai. Such a simple yet tasty dish that is so revered. Most Malaysians are always on a quest to find the best places that serve Bak Chit Gai but are too intimidated to cook it at home. Give...
Spicy Grilled Fish (Ikan Bakar) Spicy Grilled Fish (Ikan Bakar) By Food Gynie 02/23/12 09:53 Ikan Bakar is a popular Malaysian street food. The vendors put on a great show to impress you but it’s actually really simple to cook at home. You can get the nice charred flavour and look with the help of the humble toaster oven and worchestershire sauce....
Char Siu (Cantonese Roast Pork Belly) Char Siu (Cantonese Roast Pork Belly) By Food Gynie 02/23/12 09:53 CHAR SIU ( CANTONESE ROAST PORK BELLY) Recipe I love making Char Siu when I have guests over because it's easy to prepare and never fails to impress. This recipe is so simple because very little work is involved and the ingredients are readily available....

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