Easy Fried Rice
Liangfen (Chinese Cold Noodles)
Cold Chilli Chicken
King Prawn Bun
Hot and Sour Soup
Dakgangjeong (Korean Fried Chicken)
Nuoc Cham (Vietnamese Dipping Sauce)
hot and sour
Feel free to use whatever protein you like in here.
I usually use what I have leftover mixed with some prawns.
• 100g fresh prawns
• 100g minced pork or chicken
• 1x tbs soy sauce
• 1x tsp sesame oil
• Dash of white pepper
• 1x tbs white sugar
• Wonton wrappers
• Small dish of water for sealing the wontons
• 2L water
• 1x tbs of Wakame
• 1/2x tbs dried shrimp (the small kind)
• 1x tsp soy sauce
• 1x tsp boullion powder
• Pinch of salt
• Handful of chopped spring onions
• Baby pak choi divided in halves
• 1/2x tsp sesame oil
Step 1: Use a sharp knife to dice your prawns into a chunky paste
Step 2: Combine the prawns with the minced meat as well as the soy sauce, sesame oil, white pepper and sugar. Mix thoroughly until it's sticky.
Step 3: Place a teaspoon of filling into the centre of the wonton wrapper. Use a little water to wet the edges with your fingertip and squeeze it shut.
Step 4: Bring the water to boil when you have made all your wontons.
Step 5: Add the wakame, dried shrimp, soy sauce, bouillon powder and pinch of salt into the pot of boiling water.
Step 6: Add in your wontons and cook for a few minutes.
Step 7: Add in the baby pak choi, spring onions and sesame oil. Let that cook for a few more minutes until pak choi is cooked through.
Serve with some chilli oil.