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Steamed Mackerel Fish with Salted Soy Beans

I usually called this Batang Fish, which we commonly see in our local fish soup scene. However for an entire steak cut liked such, I usually preferred it to be steamed over some salted soy beans. Some would probably love this deep or pan fried simply with some salt and there were readers who told me they enjoy this with turmeric as well. Regardless of any methods of cooking this fish, but the most common understanding is that this kind of Spanish Mackerel fish is a very versatile type of fish where you can enjoy it even with the simplest […]

Bak Kwa and Corn Egg Fried Rice

And this is a sinfully delicious Bak Kwa (Pork Jerky) and Corn Egg Fried rice ! Fried rice has and always will be a good staple in the Asian household to use up whatever leftover rice you may have. It is not difficult to cook up a good fried rice at home as long as you has all the “sinful” ingredients on hand and with this as the bak kwa but luncheon meat, diced chicken or pork, prawns, etc are all equally good with fried rice too. To ensure that the egg coats up every grain of the rice, you […]

Honey Garlic Chicken

Prepped this Honey Garlic Chicken last weekend and usually when I cooked such dishes, I will make it a point to cook extra servings of it to be frozen which can be easily reheated during weekdays for a quick meal. The gist of this dish lies in a good oyster sauce used which I’ve always relied on the Lee Kum Kee premium oyster sauce which has served me well thus far. And I guess you can see this often in my step by step cooking too so far. This Honey Garlic Chicken is a pretty fuss-free dish, requiring minimal effort […]