Did you eat any of these unlucky food during Chinese New Year?
Food is very symbolic to the Chinese when it comes to Lunar New Year. Some food are lucky while others may be deemed unlucky. This is a list of food you should avoid based on some traditional beliefs.
Even Kids Can Attempt These Easy CNY Cookies Recipes
2021 is the year to bake Chinese New Year cookies! Here are 8 tried and tested easy recipes that yield crunchy and melt-in-your-mouth cookies. These recipes using only a few simple steps are suitable for first timers and are children-friendly too.
6 Things to Consider Before Making Pineapple Jam
Homemade pineapple jam is the best when baking pineapple tarts. It is more fragrant and uses only natural ingredients making it less sinful! Learn how to choose the right pineapples, avoid sour jams and tips to create delicious tarts.
3 Authentic Asian-style Chicken Dishes You Must Make
Cooking made easy with these authentic Asian chicken recipes which do not need much effort. These recipes are healthy, fast to prepare and use only easy-to-get ingredients. These Asian home-cooked dishes are delicious when eaten with some rice or grains of your choice.
All About Kueh Guide
Kue, kueh or kuih are traditional sweet or savoury cakes. These bite-sized colourful snacks are usually made with rice flour and coconut milk. Whether steamed, baked, fried or boiled, they are mostly gluten-free or vegan. Learn about the origins, varieties and superstitions here.
Emergency Stockpile for An Asian Kitchen
Most countries have already declared some form of lockdown due to the current pandemic emergency. During such crisis, you'd want to stock up on items which are shelf-stable and long-lasting to create delicious balanced meals on the days under home quarantine.