Crispy Chinese Ricecakes

This is a yummy, economical treat / side dish that is worth the slightly troublesome steps required. Crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and packed with flavor! Guaranteed to be a hit with adults and kids alike. Best of all, you can easily store these and just heat it up in the oven!

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Rockling in Garlic and Capsicum Infused Olive Oil

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Decided to try a hybrid variation of the confit and sous vide cooking technique on fish just to see what would happen. Turned out pretty good with an interesting texture for the fish.  A straightforward and easy recipe to whip up. The main thing you need is a medium heavy bottom non stick pan with a lid.

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Soya Bean Paste Pasta with Medley of Cherry Tomatoes

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While there are several places serving up Japanese pasta, I haven’t come across any that incorporates Chinese sauces into pasta. This is my take on it using one of my favorite Chinese sauces, the soya bean paste. The paste, incorporated with sour cream and mustard, adds depth and smokiness to the pasta. The cherry tomatoes add color, crunch and tartness to balance it all off. Serve with pan seared fish on the side for a more complete meal. A simple and fuss free recipe!

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