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Ice Box Lime Cake

Ice Box Lime Cake

After preparing food for many family and friends gatherings, I have learned that the one dish that unquestionable gets mentioned and leave the most impression…

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Black Sesame Tang Yuan

Black Sesame Tang Yuan

On the 15th day of Chinese New Year, it is customary for Chinese family to serve tang yuan (汤圆). We also serve this for other festive occasions, such as during…

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Scallion Pancake

Scallion Pancake

If you are a Taiwanese of if you have visited Taiwan before, then you are probably familiar with this ever present snack, scallion pancake. They are fluffy and…

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Nastar (Pineapple Cookies)

Nastar (Pineapple Cookies)

Yummy melt-in-your-mouth pineapple tarts with easy to shaped dough, won't expand during baking and filled with pineapple jam bursting with cinnamon and cloves.

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Pandan Crepes with Coconut Filling

Pandan Crepes with Coconut Filling

Indonesian sweets and desserts are characterized by the proliferation of coconut and pandan. We even have a multipurpose coconut filling (Indonesian: unti…

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Marbled Tea Eggs

Marbled Tea Eggs

Chinese marbled tea eggs (茶叶蛋) is typically sold as snacks by street food sellers and also at night markets. I once spent close to two years living in Malaysia…

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Green Bean and Egg Stir Fry

Green Bean and Egg Stir Fry

Often times I find that I lack just one more side dish to go with my meal, and this quick and easy green bean and egg stir fry is one of my favorite side dish…

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Chinese Hot and Sour Soup

Chinese Hot and Sour Soup

This classic Chinese hot and sour soup recipe is quick and easy, with big bold flavors, and endlessly customizable. Add thinly sliced pork when for omnivores.

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Fried Bananas

Fried Bananas

My favorite 4 o’clock tea time snack is piping hot deep fried bananas or plantains, served with hot jasmine tea. This tasty morsel is called pisang goreng…

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Corn Fritters

Corn Fritters

God I love fritters! Indonesian fritters (bakwan - read as “bug one”) is a magical way to transform vegetables, mixed or otherwise, into deep fried…

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