Welcome to my blog! Here you will find simple yet delicious Asian recipes that I love to cook and eat! Some might look scary to cook but don't be afraid to discover new tastes and have fun cooking with your friends and family. If you're feeling a bit overwhelmed or want to perfect your dishes, check out some of our hands on classes or get a group of friends together for a group class.
Are you looking for a delicious recipe with oyster sauce? Then this would be a perfect one for you! The unique combination of Oyster sauce and Apricot Jam creates a perfect balance of saltiness and sweetness. Instead of using Ong Choy, you can use any Asian vegetables such…Read more
I had thought the weather is getting warmer, and all of sudden now we have heavy rain in the middle of the day … typical Auckland weather. However in the spirit of finding positives, when the weather is like this, I love to go to the kitchen and open…Read more
The older I get, more cravings I have for buckwheat over Udon noodles . When I was young, I didn’t understand why my dad loved eating Soba noodles. But I think I understand and appreciate the taste better now – I think perhaps it has something to do…Read more
“Kamo Seiro Soba” Who doesn’t love noodles? Ramen, Udon, Egg noodles and more, there are so many varieties to choose from! In this dish we’ll use Buckwheat Noodles (called Soba in Japan) with succulent duck breast – called Kamo Seiro Soba. Soba noodles are made of buckwheat,…Read more
Do you feel like something tasty but lazy tonight? Give my recipe for ‘Oyako Don‘ from my book Sachie’s Kitchen a go. It’s Donburi-style meaning “one bowl serving” – you just need a pot to cook this dish, and one bowl “Donburi” to serve – now that’s easy!…Read more
Whenever I feel cold or want to have something very quick and easy but has a homely feeling, I make this soup! It would be nice to have heaps of time to make a good chicken stock at home for this, but for busy hungry people, I’ve found that…Read more
Malaysian food is one of my favourite cuisines and I always put on weight every time I visit the country to do research and see my husband’s aunties and uncles who live there. Breakfast, snack, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, midnight supper – eating is non-stop! Satay is one…Read more