Wonton Soup

Sunday rainy day is the perfect weather for a nice Wonton soup. Wonton soup is typically eaten for breakfast in China, pairing with steamed dumplings and Youtiao (fried dough). It’s simple and light, also good dish for whoever is under the weather. Total Time: 1 hour Serving: 4 INGREDIENTS 200 g               Minced Pork (or mixed…

Mie Ayam (Chicken Noodle)

There are many ways of cooking Mie Ayam (Chicken Noodle), and this style is more of Chinese Indonesian style. I like to use the (fresh) frozen noodle from Asian market in Stuttgart instead of dried noodle. The consistency is better and it feels just like noodle I normally eat back in Indonesia. But of course,…

American Pancakes

This is our little family Sunday breakfast tradition – Simple and Easy American pancakes, serve with butter and maple syrup. Sometimes I like to get creative by putting on caramel sauce or chocolate sauce. It’s fluffy and easy to pair with whatever I feel like… 🙂 INGREDIENTS 220 g            …

Chinese Congee/Porridge

When I was living in Beijing, I used to have Porridge/Congee for my weekend breakfast, usually I like to order the thousand-egg congee at the Chinese restaurant. I know that many of westerners are not used to this kind of dish, because in western countries porridge/congee is supposed to be sweet and made from oatmeal….

Chinese Tea Eggs 茶叶蛋 (using earl grey)

I used to eat these eggs when I lived in Beijing as my breakfast. I grabbed 2 eggs every morning on my way to work at the small shop close to the subway station. The smell of the eggs just make me sooo happy somehow, and I could smell it from far away. So while…

English Crumpets

I was introduced to crumpets when first time I went to London in 2017. I love the texture and it’s so easy to just toast it and add in butter. Sadly, it is not available here in Stuttgart. Now that I can’t go to London often, that means, time for homemade crumpets. It’s my first…