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139. Xihu niurou geng (‘West lake’ beef soup)

  Ok, I remembered the password eventually! Yeah! Well, with the help from my husband. To be exact, I actually forgot where the login page is, so, of course, the user name and password did not work. Blame my baby brain! You don’t want to know how many things I could simply forget nowadays. So [...]

How to make fried tofu balls at home

133. Chinese tofu balls (V)

炸豆腐丸子 I had a terrible dream, woke up from nightmare this morning. All my dream was about  the future, well, more like, to have a direction towards a career. But in the dream, all I could see was a dark circle, where I could not see anything further, there was no ‘further’ anyway. So I [...]

how to make simple Chinese summer dish

13. Summer dish: ‘the big harvest’, vegetables dipped in soybean paste (V)

(Sorry to the dear friends who have subscribed the blog, I know the email does not contain the whole content, rather, you have to click and come the site to view the post. The setting I set is for emailing the full content, but it seems that it is not working as expected. I know [...]

how to cook tofu recipe at home

128. Chinese tofu cooked with crab meat

蟹黄豆腐 Many many congratulations to our dearest friend Birte and her (now) hubby!! — Yes, it was a wedding, and a beautiful bride! Unfortunately, we could not make it, but wish them all the love and happiness from the bottom of our heart. —– Somehow, I have never believed in ‘weddings’, never had that fairy [...]

Tofu recipe stir fried with rice

117. A rice recipe: Chinese Tofu fried rice (Vegan)

  Sorry for not posting lately. Saying I have been a bit busy and lazy is a good excuse? Ha… well, apparently, there is a problem with google, where this blog is hosted, so I got a bit discouraged. Sorry… And now we are trying to come up with our solution to sort out the [...]

110. Simple recipe: Chinese stir fried garlic bolt with tofu and carrot

> Chinese stir fried garlic bolt with tofu A ‘late night’ recipe. :))) Well, at least, it is late over here in England. And I only just started writing today’s post. What have I been doing the whole day? I blame time passes too fast. A bit reading, a bit housework, a bit writing, a [...]

Chinese hot and spicy pot (Ma La Tang) II

Chinese hot and spicy pot (Ma La Tang) II

  Chinese Ma La Tang Continued from yesterday’s post… When this dish got popular in China, its recipe spread to different regions. It seems, however, that different areas have adopted it differently, probably according to their own local taste. Just like outside China, all the Chinese cuisine has been adapted differently to the taste of [...]

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102. Cooking homemade tofu

102. Cooking homemade tofu

  Ok, yesterday, after the whole process of making soya milk, and after drinking homemade soya milk and cleaning up, did you notice there is something left there? — I call it ‘left over’ crushed soya beans. I hope you haven’t thrown it away yet, as it is still useful — we are not wasting [...]

Making soya milk at home

Making soya milk at home

  Soya milk and you tiao These few days, we have been talking about calcium intake.  I am not a big fan of any dairy products, which is a great source of calcium; apart from seafood and green vegetables, my main source of calcium, I think it has got to be — my favorite soy [...]

97. Stewed Chinese style sauerkraut pickled Chinese leaves with frozen tofu (V)

97. Stewed Chinese style sauerkraut pickled Chinese leaves with frozen tofu (V)

  Stewed Chinese leaves with tofu Yesterday, at the German Christmas market in Verona, the smell of sauerkraut was everywhere. I swear my mouth was watering :)), and I really wished I could squeeze through the queuing crowd to grab a portion — o, o, if only they serve without pork sausage. Chinese “sauerkraut” My [...]

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