Posts by Kay

Guacamole

This is the simplified version My family love avocado. It was once called “poor man’s butter.” We use avocado for salad, as a bread spread, chips dip and even as a smoothie. I will always buy a number of them whenever I make a trip to Batam. The Indonesian avocados are different variety from those…

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桃胶 Peach Gum with Asian Pear Dessert

My TCM doctor recommended me to try out peach gum when I visited her. She said that peach gum is nutritious. It can be made into desert and add into chicken or pork soup. I have read on the internet that peach gum is good for our skin, stomach, relieve stress and anti-wrinkle. So I…

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Walnut Paste Dessert 核桃糊

It is said that walnut looks like the brain hence, it is good for the brain. Some  research shows walnut consumption may support brain health, including increasing inferential reasoning in young adults. For me I just love this desert. I will visit one of the store to have this desert whenever I goes to Chinatown.…

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Chinese Roast Pork

Roast pork was my late mother’s favorite. It is so versatile that she use the roast pork to cook many dishes such as clay pot fish head, Mei Cai  梅菜 (preserved mustard green), fried Hokkien noodles etc. We will travel to Ubi and buy a few kilograms back home. Since we know how to make them,…

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Fried Hor Fun 炒河粉

Like me, most of the older generation would very much like to have the wok hei ‘charred taste’ for our hor fun. I remember when I was young, I do not like to go to my grandma’s kitchen. She used fire wood for her cooking. When grandma cook hor fun, the fire she use was…

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