Wafer thin Bak Kwa (Chinese Pork Jerky) is a must-have for the Chinese New Year. Make your own using just a few simple ingredients and at a fraction of the cost.
Usher in the lunar new year with this traditional Ho See Fatt Choy (Braised Oysters and Sea Moss) dish for a prosperous new year. It is full of delicious umami flavor.
Traditional melt-in-the-mouth Chinese Peanut Cookies made gluten free using rice flour. They are a favorite during the Chinese New Year and popular throughout the year.
Slow simmered Leng Ngau Tong (Lotus Root Soup) flavored with broiled cuttlefish. It is a comforting soup to come home to at the end of the day.
This Fried Chili Paste is the perfect accompaniment to your noodles and rice dishes. It is a versatile condiment to have in hand and is very easy to prepare.
Kuih Ee is a dessert of glutinous rice balls in syrup eaten as a symbol of unity and togetherness during Tang Chek, weddings, birthdays, and the Chinese New Year.