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More Innovative With Kolo Mee

Kolo Mee long ago has been a staple food for us here. When we talked about kolo mee, the most common and basic are char siew and mince meat or with “wan tan” dumpling. 58 more words

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Stir-fried Cabbage with Lup Cheong

Frying cabbage is the easiest thing in the world, and adding chinese wax sausage (or lup cheong) imbues the dish with a sweetness without the use of sugar. 109 more words

Hearty Breakfast

I love weekends.  But I love breakfast on weekends even more.  When else can you have French toast or home fries, eggs and bacon, or fried rice? 276 more words


Stir-fried Broccoli

1 medium bowl

Total time
25 minutes (Prep: 10 min. Cook: 15 min)

Broccoli, 1 head
Ginger, sliced
1 lup cheong (Chinese wax sausage), sliced… 153 more words

Bento Baon: Never Enough Broccoli

If you think there is too much broccoli in these bentos, it’s probably because there is too much broccoli in these bentos… 111 more words

Bento Baon

Steamed Chicken with Lup Cheong & Mushrooms

2 drumsticks

Total time
40 mins (Prep: 15 mins. Cook: 25 mins.)

1 stick lup cheong or Chinese wax sausage (chopped)
1 mushroom (sliced) 140 more words

Chinese turnip/radish cake (301 calories per serve)

My uncle made this amazing Chinese turnip cake one night for Chinese New Year many years ago. It had a lot of fillings and had a lot of umami flavour. 595 more words