Christmas mode is on. The streets and restaurants are packed with people who are shopping for last-minute gifts and looking for special Christmas offerings at restaurants, which are only available at this time of the year. If you are staying at home, it does not mean you are any less Christmas-sy with this very special new recipe that is easy to make and have the magic to glue the family together with the finger-licking good wings.
Dipping sauce can greatly enhance an otherwise bland dish or add more flavour to an already delicious dish. I am sharing this special tangy sauce which goes well with any seafood. Since this dipping is sans chillies and mainly made of fruit and garlic, even children will like it.
Qing Chow (literally means clear fry) vegetables is one of the most basic techniques in Chinese way of cooking vegetables. The main ingredients are just garlic, vegetables and oil. Most leafy vegetables can be stir-fried to be enjoyed in its original flavour.
Why is it the noodle served at the restaurants or stalls are so different from what we cook at home? The secret is in the enhancer they add to our bowl of noodle which we always brush them off as MSG. Today, I am sharing the recipe to make garlic oil at home. Sprinkle it on your noodle, soup, steamed fish and poached veggie for that restaurant-class dish.