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Cantonese Soy Sauce Egg Noodles

Cantonese Soy Sauce Egg Noodles

They are so easy to make you wouldn’t think they could be so addictive, but it’s one of those dishes that you take a bite of, and then another bite, and another until the next thing you know you finished the plate.

Cantonese Pan Fried Noodles

Cantonese Pan Fried Noodles

Cantonese style pan fried egg noodles topped with minced pork and mushrooms in a rich tasting, broth based sauce.

Chinese Sticky Rice

Chinese Sticky Rice

Chinese Sticky Rice (naw mai fan) is a favorite comfort food of mine. I craved this while I was pregnant but never attempted to make it until now. My mom made this for me when she was taking care of us when the baby was […]

Yi Mein with Roast Duck

Yi Mein with Roast Duck

What should I use my leftover Cantonese Roast Duck in? 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 […]

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, […]

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 […]