Chef Winse Chan’s 8 Treasures Tea 八宝茶

Winse Chan is a rising chef from Scotland, a food enthusiast and soon to be author of a cookbook about classic and authentic Chinese recipes, passed down from generations, inherited from the women who have influenced her cooking. She is currently working with Nee Hao Magazine to bring you a series of exclusive mouth watering […]

Chef Winse’s Drunken Chicken 酒醉鸡

This is a traditional dish made by poaching a whole chicken in a pot of simmering water. The water then simmers to a clear and extremely delicious broth that’s great for soups. For me the winning ingredient is the Shaoxing wine (紹興酒) which totally transforms this dish. This wine is a Chinese wine fermented from […]

Bò Kho-Vietnamese Beef Stew by Leluu

The ultimate comfort food, usually served for breakfast in Vietnam as it is spicy and sensual with star anise, cumin, cloves and chilli to wake any senses.  Bò Kho is usually eaten with a fresh baguette, the sauce is perfect for dipping and scooping or it can also be served over cold flat rice noodles (hủ tiếu) or […]

Sweet and Sour Chicken Cantonese Style

This recipe uses a basic sweet and sour sauce which you could use for many other Chinese dishes, or just as a dip. You should try the whole recipe first though. It’s Cantonese style although this might mean more work for you, it pays off in the end. The battered chicken gives the sauce something to stick to […]