Xinjiang Uyghur Lamb Pilaf is a mixture of carrots, rice and lamb meat. The flavor of the dish is intensely aromatic with cumin and onion, which are one of my personal favorite flavor combinations. The lamb meat is cut into small pieces for more flavor. Paired with rice, it makes one heavenly dish! I’m not a huge fan of lamb but this dish is incredibly delicious! It is really impossible not to fall in love at first bite. … View Post

Chinese people love fried rice. In china, there is a great variety of fried rice, which vary according to their region of production, ingredients, flavor, etc. Yangzhou Fried Rice is perhaps the most well-known one. I’m so obsessed with it. It’s very fresh and delicious. The rice in it is soft and savory. The color and taste make it really moreish!
The basic ingredients are really simple to prepare. So make sure you don’t miss this one! Make yourself and your families a delicious Yangzhou Fried Rice for dinner tonight! :)… View Post

Today’s recipe is inspired by Hui Lau Shan, one of my favorite dessert bars in China. Called “Xu Liu Shan” in Chinese, it’s the most popular and famous chain of dessert restaurants based in Hong Kong. When I was a high school student in Shenzhen, my favorite activity was to spend a few afternoon hours in Hui Lau Shan and enjoy an afternoon tea there. The desserts are all asian style and many of them made with mango. After I moved to New York, I found it’s really not that easy to find a great dessert bar that specializes in Chinese desserts and snacks.… View Post

Creamy and thick like porridge, congee is a classic Chinese dish, also known as jook. It’s eaten at all times of day in Chinese households. Pumpkin congee is one of my favorite breakfast foods. But it’s also perfect for your mid-night snack. It’s slightly sweet and relatively low in calories. By adding some milk to your bowl, you boost the taste as well as the nutritional profile.… View Post