How to Make Sweet Mung Bean with Wood Ear and Tapioca Strip Dessert

Summer is here.  Hot, hot, hot, hot… If you’re living in Florida, the temperature is on 90’s almost everyday.  One of the thermostat at one of the middle school which is closed to where we’re living, showed 93 degree after 6 p.m. yesterday.  Wow, we wonder how high at the noon.  Anyway, most of us are living Read more about How to Make Sweet Mung Bean with Wood Ear and Tapioca Strip Dessert[…]

How to Make Stir-Fried Noodles with Shrimp, Pork and Vegetables

Stir-fried Noodles with Meats and Vegetables If anyone of you loves Chinese Lo Mein and wants to make your own Lo Mein dish once day, then this post can help you.  This post will tell you how to make stir-fried noodles with meats and vegetables; it’s very much similar to Chinese Lo Mein except you Read more about How to Make Stir-Fried Noodles with Shrimp, Pork and Vegetables[…]

How to Make Vietnamese Coconut Milk Gravy

Making coconut milk gravy isn’t hard, just need some patients. In order to make a coconut milk gravy, we need to have coconut milk sugar salt rice flour water Here is how I made coconut milk gravy. Add flour and water in a little saucepan. Stir until the flour is dissolved. Cook thoroughly at the Read more about How to Make Vietnamese Coconut Milk Gravy[…]

How to Make Golden Yellow Spring Rolls

Golden Yellow Pork, Shrimp and Root Vegetables Egg Rolls Egg rolls: Shrimp Pork Egg Roll Egg rolls… Everybody’s favorite… Easy to eat… can eat blank, eat by dipping in sweet  ‘n sour sauce, eat with vermicelli noodles, eat by rolling inside green leaves like sweet choy or mustard greens baby lettuce leaves,…  Just couple dollars, we Read more about How to Make Golden Yellow Spring Rolls[…]

How to Make Wontons

In order to have wontons to eat without going to the Chinese restaurant, here are what you need to do: buying ingredients, preparing the combination ingredients, wrapping the wontons and cooking them. What kinds wontons you can make?  You can make pork wonton which normally people referred it as wonton, shrimp wontons, chicken wontons, turkey Read more about How to Make Wontons[…]

How to Sprout Mung Beans at Home (many methods, no rinsing and no spraying everyday)

Do you want to make your own bean sprouts? I mean that you grow mung beans to the point you can eat them. If you do, then the following information might help you. Also, at the end of this post, there is a video clip which shows steps by steps how to do. Good luck Read more about How to Sprout Mung Beans at Home (many methods, no rinsing and no spraying everyday)[…]

How to Make “Dưa Cải”, Vietnamese Pickled Mustard Greens

Ingredients: mustard greens (2 large broad-stemmed) shallots (2 roots) water (2 litters) salt (2 tablespoons) granulated sugar (4 tablespoons) How to make Vietnamese pickled mustard greens? Preparing shallots – remove the skins – wash and cut them into halves or third or fourth Preparing mustard greens – clean and wash mustard green leafs through water – Read more about How to Make “Dưa Cải”, Vietnamese Pickled Mustard Greens[…]

How to Make “Bánh Tét”, South Vietnamese New Year Glutinous Rice Cakes

Southern Vietnamese New Year Cake “Bánh Tét” To make a southern Vietnamese new year cake, we need to have sticky rice, Thai banana’s leaves, scallion/leek, coconut milk, salt, sugar, panda leaves (optional). If making a banana filling, we need to have Thai banana; if making a bacon filling, we need to have bacon and mung Read more about How to Make “Bánh Tét”, South Vietnamese New Year Glutinous Rice Cakes[…]

How to Make “Cá Kho Tộ”

How to make braised fish in claypot… Cách làm cá kho tộ Braised Fish in Claypot A Traditional Vietnamese Dish Ingredients: Fish – anabas testudineus/the climbing perch from the rice field – If you don’t have this type of fish, you can substitute to any fish you like likes snakeheads, catfish, basa, salmon,… however, its tasting is far Read more about How to Make “Cá Kho Tộ”[…]