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Cantonese Pan Fried Noodles

Cantonese Pan Fried Noodles

Since it was just my 20 month old baby and I in the house this afternoon, naturally I decided to make a lunch for 6 people. I mean, if I put in the same effort making lunch for 2 as I do for 6, I […]

Yi Mein with Roast Duck

Yi Mein with Roast Duck

I know, I know, it’s a very specific problem to deal with. But I couldn’t think of any way to write this post. Do you have Cantonese roast duck leftover from your previous night of Chinese banqueting? And it just so happens that you have […]

Gai Lan with Garlic and Oyster Sauce

Gai Lan with Garlic and Oyster Sauce

Gai lan is a Chinese broccoli served mostly in Cantonese cooking. The flower buds and stalks are both eaten. The recipe I’m about to show you can be used as a universal way of stir-frying any vegetable; you can use this for green beans, spinach, bok choy, […]

Shrimp and Pork Won Tons

Shrimp and Pork Won Tons

These won tons aren’t the sad looking ones you order at chinese take-out restaurants, with a measily bead of mystery meat inside a thick doughy casing.  The sweetness of the shrimp is combined with the sweetness of the pork to make an ubersweet tasty filling.  My mother […]