Mustard greens are most often stir-fried or pickled and there’s where our salted veggies (ham choy/kiam chai) come from! Our asam gai choy or kiam chai boey is often made with leftovers from a large meal especially during Chinese New Year. It involves stewing mustard greens with tamarind, dried chilies and leftover meals. Sometimes we would do it with fresh meats instead of the leftover meals. It is very yummy…..
Bitter gourd (melon) might turn some people away from it due to its bitterness. However, it can really sweeten your health because of its disease preventing and health promoting phyto chemical compounds.
This is a simple dish and easy to prepare too. You can mix any ingredients you like such as minced meat, prawns or even both.
This dish is my family’s favourite, especially my eldest daughter! I like to cook this dish too as it is very easy. Just mix everything together and braise it! No strict rules or procedures. Cook it whichever way you like it. It’s that simple… 🙂
Yesterday, I was thinking of curry fish but too bad I didn’t have any suitable fish in the freezer that could be used for curry. Then, I remembered a friend gave me sardine curry sandwiches sometimes back and it struck on me to cook fish curry with canned sardines. So, if you don’t mind something weird, do give this a try. It is yummy…
This is one of the dishes I cooked on the 6th day of Chinese New Year for my friends. It is simple and delicious.
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