It is also a key component of Chinese Five Spice, which is arguably the most iconic Chinese spice blend used across China and beyond.
In my dish today, […]
Although there are no right or wrong ways of making scrambled eggs, one can always benefit from useful techniques and tricks to create a better dish based on their personal preference.
When I want my scrambled eggs moist […]
Chinese rice congees vary considerably by region. The seemingly simple combination of rice and water can create endless variations, depending on the type of rice, amount of water, length of cooking time, or the assortment of garnitures you use.
As a sequel to my post on Cantonese-style […]
While grilling and sautéing are great options, I usually turn to steaming, a gentle method for cooking seafood, and follow a simple and brilliant […]
The locals take so much pride in their tea that they even created a shrimp dish featuring it. The dish is aptly named Dragon Well shrimp.
Black pepper does not show up often in Chinese dishes, where white pepper is mostly used for its more subtle flavor and presence. However, when black pepper is called for in a few dishes, it’s used with such unconstrained zeal and exuberance that it becomes the star of the dish.
Two great […]
The great thing about making fried rice is you have the creative freedom to dress it up or dress it down. In its most basic form, fried rice can be made with eggs, peas or other vegetables as a simple yet nutritionally balanced dish.
Building upon that, you can include […]
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