This a very popular dish in Chinese restaurant. It is very delicious and healthy, the different eggs used in the dish gives it a lot of different flavours! You can taste the unique taste of the century egg, saltiness of the salted egg with the bites of the soft yet chewable spinach together with the touch of the silky eggs!
Nyonya Zhang is different from the others dumpling, it has an unique flavour from the combinations of candied winter melon and coriander powder that used to make the filling. It is a nice combination of sweet and savoury rice dumpling with a distinct patch of blue from the blue pea flower.
Osmanthus jelly is called “Gui Hua Gao” 桂花糕 in Chinese. This jelly filled with dried sweet Osmanthus flowers, with the infusion of Osmanthus, it has an attractive golden colour, crystalline texture and nice translucent. This make it a cooling and soothing dessert.
This steam tapioca kuih / cassava cake is coated with shredded coconut. It’s a Malaysian kuih recipe. It’s so soft, moist and aromatic, this homemade kuih is quick and easy to make. Only need 5 ingredients!
Made with white chocolate, butter and cream, dusted with Japanese Matcha powder. This is Green Tea Chocolate a.k.a Matcha Nama Chocolate. The truffle-like texture and with the right amount of sweetness simply irresistible.
Korean Mochi Bread is crispy on the outside and chewy and airy on the inside just like the Taiwanese Sweet potato balls, but without deep frying. They are also named dinosaur eggs (by the way they looked, aren’t they just looked like an egg?)
Sweet Potato Balls is a popular snack in Malaysia, Taiwan and across Asia. It made with sweet potato and tapioca flour, rolled into balls and deep-fried until golden brown. It’s wrapped with a crunchy outer layer, soft and chewy on the inside.