This duck ragu pasta is utterly to die for! The fresh duck is cooked until so tender that it falls straight off the bone. The meat fully absorbs the rich sauce made with red wine, stock, and Italian tomatoes. Zest of orange and ground cinnamon not only add complexity to the flavours, but also make … [Read more…]
? Peach season has arrived, and you need to try this no-bake, scrumptious peach dessert. Creamy, smooth peach panna cotta topped with a layer of refreshing, tea-infused peach jelly, I am sure this will be one of the most interesting peach desserts you’ve ever had! Ingredients (serves 4): For Panna Cotta 100g white peach 60-70g … [Read more…]
Made with Pixian Doubanjiang (郫县豆瓣酱), these Sichuan style pork bones are numbing and spicy, loaded with flavours, almost addictive! Pixian Doubanjiang is a type of spicy fermented bean paste commonly used for making braised & stir-fried Chinese dishes. It is an umami-rich seasoning paste that’s almost good with everything.
In my country, rhubarb is not very commonly used for cooking or baking. When I first saw rhubarb in a grocery store, I wondered “what’s this ugly looking reddish plant that resembles celery”, and of course I had no intention to buy it. However, I learned to appreciate the vegetable (or fruit?) after trying a … [Read more…]