Turn boring and blend flavour vegetables into a super delicious meal. A recipe that you can make it ahead and store in the refrigerator for a quick snack later on. Eat it hot as comfort food in mid-winter or serve it cold as a side at BBQ parties, or as a quick snack on a fajita wrap.
Imagine soft silky stir-fried meat (alternatively vegetable medley) soaked in delicious gravy, then poured over onto the crispy fried noodles. It’s crunchy and saucy. This flavour combination can make anything tasty.
Squid ink spaghetti has a tantalising flavour. It’s absolutely delicious by adding a little bit of garlicky chilli sauce, and it’s easy to make. Ingredients can be procured in your weekly shop and stored in cupboard and freezer, so you can rustle up a quick meal anytime you want .
Make a quick and tasty snack in minutes. Just stir-in 2 tbsp of Mei’s Red Pepper Spread and Wild Garlic Extra virgin olive oil onto cooked pasta. There you have it! It’s super delicious and nutritious. You can turn it into a meal by adding pan fried salmon or any other proteins of your choice.
This is one of the tastiest and easiest dish you can make. Perfect introduction to anyone who has never used Chinese fermented black beans but would like to give it a try. Something you can just add to wok for a quick weekday supper.
This is one of my quick and easy noodle soup recipes. It packs lots of flavour and warming goodness with minimal time and effort. Easy ingredients that you might already have in your cupboard, fridge and freezer. I use Satay Sauce for the soup base plus a pinch of stock cube to intensify the flavour.
Crispy fried chicken pieces and sweet & sour sauce I dare to say it’s the most well-known and loved Chinese dish ever. Hence there are many versions of it. My childhood’s favourite no doubt is Hong Kong restaurant style.
Black Bean Sauce is finally here with its new design!
Slow cooked Short Ribs with Black Bean Sauce
Black Bean Sauce is very commonly used in Chinese cooking to flavour meats or vegetable dishes. The plentiful of umami flavour makes it the most popular sauce being used in various cooking method such as, steaming, braising, stir-frying... Always use alongside with light and dark soy sauce. Try this in your next stir fry with 2 tsp light soy sauce, 1 tsp dark soy sauce, 2 tsp sesame oil. This combination completes a delicious Chinese flavour.
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