Blog Posts - Asian Food



Stir-fry Rice Noodle (Mee-hoon) with Roast Pork

One of my favorite pasta(noodle) is mee-hoon a.k.a rice noodle.I like to use mee hoon in soup,pan fried and stir fry.No matter what type of bee hoon cooking style,I still love it!! There are few type of dried rice noodle (mee hoon) for example:thick...
by My Asian Kitchen on Dec 5, 2013

Sweet Corn,White Radish,Carrot in Pork Soup

I rarely add sweet corn in any homemade soup until now.Actually adding sweet corn with white radish is not really a bad idea.The soup is not only healthy but taste delicious with tangy sweet due to the sweet corn  and candy dates but also counte...
by My Asian Kitchen on Dec 2, 2013

Chinese Winter Melon and Carrot with Pork Rib Soup

Chinese winter melon or called as "tong qwa" is a large waxed gourd.It's have pure white flesh that is very tender and delicious.I like to use this melon to make soup especially during  winterr season.This soup is not only healthy but delicious...
by My Asian Kitchen on Nov 22, 2013

Hong Bak (Stewed Pork Belly with Soy Sauce) with Tofu

Hong Bak or Stewed Pork Belly is a popular Hokkians dish.I think every Hokkians household will know how to make this simple and yet delicious dish.Ingredients:3 lbs pork belly,cut small1 block soft bean curd (cut into 6 pieces)1 bulb fresh garlic,pee...
by My Asian Kitchen on Nov 19, 2013

Shrimp with Pomelo and Mango Salad

I love Thai food. There is something about their food that is so addictive. I think it is the taste of sweet, sour, spicy and salty of their dishes and not forgetting all the fresh herbs they used in their cooking. One particular dish that I will ord...
by My Kitchen Snippets on Nov 11, 2013

Stir-fry Watercress with Fresh Garlic

Watercress is an excellent source of the antioxidants vitamins A and C, as well as vitamin K, an essential micronutrient for bone health.Eating watercress daily can significantly reduce DNA damage to blood cells, which is considered to be an importan...
by My Asian Kitchen on Nov 2, 2013

Chicken with Korean Gingseng and Herbals Soup

Our weather is getting colder day by day during these Autumn season.I been cooking quite alot of Chinese herbal soup during these cold and windy period.I also take this opportunity to consume the precious Korean ginseng that I bought from my previous...
by My Asian Kitchen on Oct 27, 2013

Chicken and Green Onion Yakitori

Yakitori in Japan can be refer to skewered food in general, traditionally serve at small restaurant or stands that grill them to order over charcoal and to be consumed alongside alcoholic beverages in the evening. These skewers will be grill to perfe...
by My Kitchen Snippets on Oct 23, 2013

Stir-fry White Cuttlefish with Celery in Spicy Assam Sambal Sauce

One of my favorite seafood is squid or cuttlefish.I think both of them are almost the same species since they comes from the same family.Their size and appearance are slightly different but overall the texture are the same:chewy and rubbery. There ar...
by My Asian Kitchen on Oct 20, 2013

Kabocha Korokke/Pumpkin Croquette

Korokke (croquette) is a popular snack in Japan. Korokke is usually made with mashed potatoes and ground beef. Korokke comes in different sizes and varieties. I’ve tasted one that is made from pumpkin and with a whole hardboiled egg on the inside.
by My Kitchen Snippets on Oct 18, 2013

Stir-fry Cauliflower with Garlic

Long island  grown cauliflower is in season now.The local grown cauliflower is huge and pretty.I can't resist not buying it.When I was at my mom's,she teach me how to cook soft and tender dish especially vegetables.Usually I will boil or microwa...
by My Asian Kitchen on Oct 14, 2013

Nasu Dengaku/Grilled Eggplant with Miso Glaze

I will order this particular appetizer whenever they have it in the menu. It is light, silky texture and the savory miso glaze at the top. I just can’t get enough of it. Actually it is not difficult to prepare it at home. You can either grill it o...
by My Kitchen Snippets on Oct 10, 2013

Asian Steamed Fish

What's real nice about steaming food is that there will be less mess, prep time is cut and if you have an electric steamer like me, just set the timer and you're good to go. That, and of course there's less fat than the usual fried fish. Maya-maya s...
by My Sassy Chef on Oct 7, 2013

Shrimp and Prawn Stock

Shrimp and prawn heads are usually discarded during food preparation where they are shelled prior to cooking, but it's a shame as the best flavor of these shellfish lie mostly on these parts. One way to make the most out of this flavor is by making b...
by My Sassy Chef on Oct 7, 2013

Assortment of Sushi

Carlos and I am a huge fan of sushi. Well, basically all types of Japanese food. We can eat them every day. Eating Japanese food at the restaurant is pretty costly so I will try to prepare them at home once a while if time permits. One of the things...
by My Kitchen Snippets on Oct 4, 2013

Asian Food Etiquette – Eating, Drinking and Dining Etiquette

We all want to be welcomed when we travel – especially around the dinner table. Nobody wants to make social blunders when it comes to eating. Should we accept another glass of tea? Is it impolite to leave food on our plate? What should I do with th...
by grantourismo on Oct 1, 2013

Elegantology Gallery & Restaurant, Publika: A Martell Cognac Pairing Dinner at Elegantology!

My First Martell Cognac Pairing!Exclusive and luxurious runs through the mind when it comes to both Martell and Elegantology Gallery & Restaurant! One fine evening, a few of us had the luxury of savoring an exclusive and opulent Martell Cognac pa...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Sep 30, 2013

Braised Pork Meat Ball With Vegetables and Taufu In Claypot

I have some leftover fried-pork-ball-with-five-spice-powder left in fridge.So in order to clean up all the leftover and vegetables,I incorporated all the ingredients cooked in earth claypot.One pot version,easy and simple! Ingredients:15 f...
by My Asian Kitchen on Sep 29, 2013

Elegantology AFC: New Elegantology Collection Launch @ Publika, Solaris Dutamas

It was an exquisite and stylish couture, cuisine & cognac night of gold elegance at the New Elegantology Collection Launch. I was privileged to attend the launch of Elegantology’s new menswear collection with a grand fashion showcase and follow...
by Sunshine Kelly on Sep 17, 2013

Fried Pork Ball with Five Spice Powder

One of my favorite childhood is fried meat ball.I remember my mom like to make this dish when there is a festival or prayer offering.This dish is easy to prepare and needed only minimal ingredients.Fried meat ball is also suitable to serve as snack t...
by My Asian Kitchen on Sep 17, 2013


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