If you love rice cakes like me, you will agree that rice cakes are definitely one of the most versatile foods out there! There are tons of delicious rice cake recipes. Today, let’s try one that’s made with purple sweet potato. This is one of my favorites. It’s rich, fragrant, and just sticky enough. I love topping my rice cakes with coconut powder. They’re slightly sweet, perfect for your breakfast. Try this recipe with me and start your day with a little bit of fiber and a little bit of protein. … View Post

This is a very well-known Chinese dish. It is very bright and colorful, sweet and just a little sour in taste, crisp on the outside of the fried pork pieces and extremely tender inside. Pineapple, red and green bell peppers are used in this dish as additional ingredients which complement the pork and ensure it’s not too oily. It’s called “Gu Lao Rou” in mandarin or “goo lou yok” in Cantonese dialect. Sweet and Sour Pork with Pineapple is not only a beloved dish in China, but quite popular in Chinese restaurants in the United States. … View Post

If you know about Chinese cuisine culture and just love cooking as me, you will want to try this authentic Szechuan recipe. As a popular traditional Chinese dish from the Szechuan province, Kung Pao Chicken is seriously spicy and incredibly tasty. Diced chicken, peanuts and chili peppers gives a very delicious flavor. I’ve been a great fan of Kung Pao Chicken since I was a kid. I love the savory sauce, and the amazing combination of spicy, slightly sweet and sour flavors. Kung Pao Chicken is one of the most delicious recipes for your simple and satisfying weeknight dinners. … View Post