by Ms I-Hua | Apr 4, 2012 | Chinese Recipes, Home Recipes, Recipes
How often have you gone out to buy Japanese egg tofu and thought, “Man $4.50 for this tiny piece of soy bean product!” and “I could so easily make this at home, if I had the time!”. Well wonder no more, for you can now make your own tofu for the fraction of the cost in 30 minutes. Don’t believe me? Check this recipe out.
by Ms I-Hua | Mar 10, 2012 | Home Recipes, Malaysian Recipes, Recipes
A hot favourite and a delicious comfort food. Great for the coming cold months, or for ravenous appetites. This Claypot Chicken Rice recipe is not only fail safe, but superbly tasty!
by Ms I-Hua | Feb 24, 2012 | Home Recipes, Recipes, Salads & Vegetarian Recipes
Tired of eating carbs? Rice and bread making you feel lethargic and bloated? Want to try something fresh and exciting that’s pretty much fail proof? Why not have some caulfilower rice instead? It takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and taste super delicious!
by Ms I-Hua | Feb 10, 2012 | Contemporary Recipes, Home Recipes, Recipes
A fail safe, easy to replicate, delicious Paleo Salmon Fish Cake Recipe perfect for summer. Also Gluten Free friendly 🙂
by Ms I-Hua | Feb 4, 2012 | Chinese Recipes, Home Recipes, Misc, Recipes, Spotlight
To celebrate the arrival of new babies into our planet, Chinese families usually celebrate the tradition Full Moon Party, with relatives and close friends. To symbolise happiness, luck, good fortune and all things positive, Chinese Red Eggs are handed out to guests at the party. Read on to find out more 🙂