Szechuan red oil wonton, aka “Hong Yo Chao Shou”, is originated from Szechuan province of China, where it is well known for its rich and bold, pungent and spicy favour from lavish use of chilli, garlic, and szechuan peppercorn. Sounds hot and spicy? Oh yeah! I love hot and spicy food, and yes I very… Continue reading Szechuan Red Oil Wonton
When I was in Singapore last summer, I had an opportunity to discover more street food in the city, and one of my favs was prawn noodle. A very simple dish with full of flavour.
Really? Really! Actually I can name quite a few including peanut butter , chocolate, dumpling, and pizza. But beef noodle trumps them all. I remember the first beef noodle experience when I was 6 or 7. Long white noodles in aromatic broth topped with chunky beef and chopped green onion. You can add red hot… Continue reading Beef Noodle – One of the Greatest Foods Invented in Human History ❤
In late Februar hubby and I went to Wuling Farm to see cherry blossoms. Despite the crapy weather of rain and long bus ride, we did enjoy wandering in the forest of cherry blossoms and had a face-off with baboons. The Wuling cherry blossom trail is 2.5 km long. We saw a good variety of… Continue reading Pink Lady, it’s nice meeting you
In terms of Taiwanese food, the names vary depending on which region you are in Taiwan, but they all mean the same thing – A bowl of steamed rice topped with delicious dark amber colour pork sauce. It is one of the most common street food in Taiwan. There are dozens of recipes online, but… Continue reading Minced Pork Rice, Braised Pork Rice, Lu Rou Fan, or Rou Zao Fan?
Well, I’ve been asked this question by my guests very often. For lots of tourist who are visiting Taiwan, stinky tofu is probably the most challenging, most intimidating, and most daring food to try. Simply put, stinky tofu is tofu fermentated in brine. Ha! Is it really stinky? Not really. The deep fry process neutralizes… Continue reading What makes stinky tofu stinky?