Are you looking for some cheap, good East Asian eats in London? Sick of lunches and dinners that comprise of unauthentic, poorly imitated chain restaurant meals (that are often overpriced)? Have a little read of Nee Hao’s favourite cheap eats in and around London!
This is sort-of strange, as almost any fruit or vegetable with a somewhat appealing taste has long become a universally cultivated crop. And not that the durian would be lacking in taste appeal. Those who like durian typically regard it as the king of fruit.
These homemade lotus root crisps are a healthy substitute to crisps and just as tasty. You can find lotus root in most Asian markets.
White fish ball restaurant version- are made from better quality fish. The fish balls are larger in size and its main ingredients are white fish with no additives, boiled to retain its natural clean flavour. Served at Chinese cafes, restaurants and eaten as a compliment with noodles, added to soups, mixed with vegetables or for hotpots.
Turnip pudding is a classic savoury cake served in dim sum restaurants. They are made with daikon which is a type of radish, long in length, can grow between 6 to 20 inches, chalk white in colour with long roots.
Tofu is a versatile product to cook with, simple and plain on its own, gorgeously flavourful when combined with sauces whilst being very nutritious. If you enjoy tofu and wondered how you could make it interesting then I recommend you give this clay pot a try.
Unravel and taste these delicious mysteries of the east at the Southeast Asia ArtsFeast, curated by Edible Experiences, in partnership with SEA ArtsFest, the UK’s first South East Asian Arts Festival which runs this month (October) and next.
This comforting soup is common in many Chinese households as it is known to have heat elevating properties. It soothes the gut and promotes bowel actions.
This quick and easy recipe is an alternative to cooking a whole duck! All you need is a wok. Only 4 fresh ingredients are needed and the rest may already be in your store cupboards.
Leading Chinese and East Asian food grocer Wing Yip has launched its 2014 search to find the finest Young Chef for Chinese Cuisine.