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Sweet Potato Balls with Red Bean Filling 红豆藩属蛋

Tuesday, June 30, 2015


When I was a small kid... around 4 or 5. My grandaunt used to buy sweet potato balls from an elderly neighbour for my breakfast. This neighbour, whom we call as "Sou Cheh 苏姐' is a single lady, in her 70's with an adopted son. She sells traditional Cantonese snacks in the market, like sweet potato balls, jeen doy (煎堆 sesame balls) and dan shan (蛋散 syrupy egg crackers) to make a living.


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Soft Fluffy Doughnuts

Tuesday, May 26, 2015







It was a holiday project with the kids.

I promised them to make doughnuts for a long long time, just that it never came around.
Bad mother, haha! I still owe them croissants, homemade ones. Hopefully I'll make them by this year.

I manually kneaded these and the result was good enough for us.


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Night Cereus Wintermelon Soup 霸王花冬瓜煲猪骨

Friday, May 15, 2015



I first heard of this flower from Annie.
And on one of my trips to KL, I spotted this at Dai Ma Herb Shop (One Utama). The price is quite cheap, I forgot how much but surely less than RM10 and one pack can last me few pots of soup.

Blooming night cereus is from the Cactus family, cousins with the Dragonfruit. The flower is usually planted for it's fragrance, but the fragrance after it has dried is very mild.

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Blueberry Double Cheesecake

Wednesday, May 13, 2015



Long long ago.... I saw this cheesecake on My Kitchen. That's where the inspiration came from.

My kids dubbed this as their all time fav cheesecake. I told them, it's very expensive to make, LOL.

I made this two years ago, sorry yeah.. was too busy with MFF and AFF that all that I'm sharing now are all old recipes. I'm digging them out each week.

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Dry Cooked String Beans 干煸四季豆

Wednesday, April 29, 2015



It’s about fire. It’s about the wok. You can’t be afraid of high heat and cook this dish.

I tried to follow the recipe as much as possible with the cook book except that I switched the amount for dried shrimp and meat. It wasn’t much like what I’ve eaten in Sichuan restaurants in Malaysia. They tend to make it spicy and tie the whole dish together with cornstarch.

But this version from this book is absolutely dry.


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