Showing posts with label Ngoh Hiang. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ngoh Hiang. Show all posts

Sunday, 22 January 2017

[recipe + video] Penang Lobak - 槟城五香肉卷

Loh Bak aka Five-Spice Meat Roll is a common street food in Penang, Malaysia. The pork is marinated in Chinese five-spice powder (五香粉) together with other various ingredients such as yam, water chestnuts, jicama (turnip), onions and etc then rolled up with a sheet of beancurd skin and fried till crispy.

Below is our first trial of making lobak and we really loves the texture with bits of chunk meat, soft yam and crunch of water chestnut.

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

[With Recipes] Our Chinese Lunar New Year Goodies

Three more days to go before the Chinese Lunar New Year celebration begins and most of the households are busying with new year bakes such as pineapple tarts, almond cookies, love letters and etc. Whereas for savory dishes most of us will be making the ngoh hiang (minced meat roll), braised soy duck, braised sea cucumber, chicken curry and etc.

In this post, I am sharing some of the goodies (with recipes) that we had made till date such as Kueh Bangkit, Orr Nee, Ngoh Hiang and etc which you might be interested to try any of them during the 15 days of lunar new year feasts.

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KITCHEN GADGETS @ CUISINE PARADISE'S KITCHEN


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