The Saturday Kitchen – Chwee Kueh for Breakfast

When I was a little kid, I used to follow my mum to the wet market on Sunday mornings. Being a chubby, greedy child, there was one thing that motivated me to accompany her to the hot, stuffy market with her--the chwee kueh stall. Growing up, we ate this traditional Chinese snack only on Sundays … Continue reading The Saturday Kitchen – Chwee Kueh for Breakfast

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The Saturday Kitchen — Exotic Baiye Tofu & Coriander Salad

I love Asian salads. Most of them burst with bold, aromatic flavours yet they are always refreshing and light. This exotic Baiye Tofu & Coriander salad is one of my favourites, and go-to when I have guests over, or just as part of a midweek meal. It is very healthy and makes use of some … Continue reading The Saturday Kitchen — Exotic Baiye Tofu & Coriander Salad

The Saturday Kitchen — Tau Sar Piah & the Joy of Mung Beans

  Mung beans is a perfect testament to the adage, still waters run deep. One glance and it may be the wallflower of the culinary world, pale, insipid and so small you hardly notice its presence. But it is in fact a most exciting ingredient in Asia, not least because it is the main ingredient … Continue reading The Saturday Kitchen — Tau Sar Piah & the Joy of Mung Beans

The Elusive Recipe, Mumps & Indigo Tigers

I've been following the blog Brilliant Viewpoint for some time now, and always enjoy her writing. Her recent post Authentic Italian Cooking recounts her search for an elusive recipe for a cake she enjoyed years ago, and recently found. It was a lucky, happy coincidence for her. It made me think about my elusive recipe which … Continue reading The Elusive Recipe, Mumps & Indigo Tigers

The Saturday Kitchen – Szechuan Cucumber Pickles

I found three Japanese cucumbers lurking at the bottom of my fridge the other day. They were a little past their absolute prime though by no means badly compromised. But there were plans to go out for dinner that night and the next few days, so leaving the cukes to languish was not a wise … Continue reading The Saturday Kitchen – Szechuan Cucumber Pickles

The Saturday Kitchen – Traditional Cantonese Radish Cake

Oh no! Is it already Sunday? This post may be late, but my kitchen was indeed busy on Saturday. This is my fifth attempt at making 'Lor Bak Gou', literally translated as 'radish cake'. It's not really a cake, but a steamed savoury Cantonese snack made of grated radish mixed with rice flour and aromatics, … Continue reading The Saturday Kitchen – Traditional Cantonese Radish Cake

Welcome to The Saturday Kitchen

In Blogging101, I had committed myself to a weekly food/recipe post every Friday. This was to instil some branding and discipline to my blog. While my fellow Blogging101-ers had already put that into motion, I have sadly lagged behind for two weeks. But today, I finally start! Instead of Fridays, Saturdays work better for me. … Continue reading Welcome to The Saturday Kitchen