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Enzymes in your mouth break the potato starch into sugars, so it's not unusual to have this for a dessert. Potato Pudding (Bod Mun) 3 Jul 2008
A bite sized crunchy snack made from coconut milk and cassava starch. If you want to store these, they should be kept in an airtight container. Crunchy Coconut Balls (Kanom Pia) 2 Jul 2008
A typical bean and sweet coconut dessert from Thailand. This is an ideal vegetarian dish, even suitable for vegans, as the beans are full of protein. Black Soya Bean in Sweet Coconut Sauce (Tua Dam) 1 Jul 2008
This Thai dessert is easy but messy to make. The dominant flavour is the sweetened coconut milk. The balls can be prepared beforehand and stored in cold water. However, the coconut sauce should be made just before serving. Sticky Rice Balls in Coconut Milk (Kanom Buw Loy) 28 Jun 2008
Stir-fries are great fun to make. Just get all the ingredients together and lay them out, then all you need is a really hot wok. Get stuck in! Stir-fried Pork with Noodles 24 Jun 2008
It seems as though you can find orange chicken almost anywhere you want to eat these days. It is most commonly found at fast food restaurants, but don't worry, this is so much better than anything you will find there. If you're looking for a simple Chinese dish for dinner this evening, be sure to give this recipe for orange chicken a try. Orange Chicken 18 Jun 2008
Why order take out when you can make your own Chinese lemon chicken at home? Lemon Chicken 17 Jun 2008
This is one of the easiest suppers to make, but somehow, however much I know this, it always surprises me. Not in the cooking, so much as in the eating: I can't believe, each time anew, how deep and textured and full-throttle, in a sweet, comforting way, this tastes, when all I've done is a bit of shopping and some light stirring. If you have some fresh prawns, so much the better, but I stipulate frozen ones below since I regularly keep them in the freezer. Red Prawn and Mango Curry 14 Jun 2008
Fried Crab with Chilli and Black Bean Sauce Fried Crab with Chilli and Black Bean Sauce 10 Jun 2008
One of the best way to eat duck is as the Chinese do. With this crispy duck recipe, children seem to adore it, which makes it a really lovely family dinner. It's easy to add another duck if there are even more of you eating. Crispy Duck 9 Jun 2008
For a quick fish supper, try this super healthy dish Spicy Singaporean Fish 4 Jun 2008
The perfect Friday night dish - and easily adapted for vegetarians too. Singapore Noodles 30 May 2008
This is very simple to make and the chicken will contain more flavour if allowed to marinade with the sauce overnight. Try serving this with spicy fried rice. Thai Style BBQ Chicken 20 May 2008
Chicken Egg Foo Yung Chicken Egg Foo Yung 17 May 2008
Chicken Chow Mein Chicken Chow Mein 9 May 2008
Deep Fry Prawn Ball Deep Fry Prawn Ball 9 May 2008
Kung Po Chicken, one of the most well known Szechuan cuisines, can be traced back to the Qin and Han Dynasties. Although its recognition as a distinct regional system took place only in the Song Dynasty, Szechuan cuisine is famous for its distinct and various flavours. With an exceptional hot chilli flavour, Kung Po Chicken is one of the best Szechuan dishes one can get. Kung Po Chicken 9 May 2008
Black bean sauce is a very popular condiment in Chinese cuisine. In case you have never come across with it, it is actually made from fermented black soybeans. It is strong, exotic with salty taste. It adds texture and richness to the dishes. Combined with tender beef fillets and green paper, it is a delicious, full flavoured dish for all beef lovers. Beef with Green Pepper and Black Bean Sauce 1 May 2008
A very quick and easy recipe for Chinese style Chilli Chicken. This is really delicious! Chinese Style Chilli Chicken 30 Apr 2008
Fiery Shrimp Curry Fiery Shrimp Curry 27 Apr 2008
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