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Beef and Vegetable Lo Mein

Beef and Vegetables Lo Mein

Beef and Vegetable Lo Mein. A quick and easy Chinese favorite with great flavors! 

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Beef and Vegetable Lo Mein – Lovefoodies.

ma lai go - chinese steamed cake


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Ma Lai Go-Chinese Steamed Cake

Ma Lai Go – Chinese Steamed Cake

ma lai go - chinese steamed cake

Hello everyone!

You know, I’ve been so busy with my website, Lovefoodies.com sorting out lots of my recipes and adding them to my Asian Recipes section, it certainly has kept me occupied.

The reason for this post is to let you all know that I have added my delicious Ma Lai Go recipe to the Lovefoodies website, with a little explanation as to what exactly Ma lai Go is….so if any of you are still intrigued at the end of this mini post, click over to Lovefoodies and you will be enlightened! Light and fluffy ma lai go

I posted this recipe on my Facebook page yesterday and had several comments from fans who had eaten it before in China Town or whilst on holiday in Hong Kong, so I was pleasantly surprised. I was also happy to hear that some of my readers are going to try the recipe out, and if you will be one of those readers too, I promise you will not be disappointed with the taste and the light bouncy texture this cake has.

I have added many more recipes on Lovefoodies.com, so please skip over there and take your time, have a good look around and I am sure you will find some things you would like to eat or make. If you would like to keep up to date, please take a moment to subscribe to our newsletter from the website. Just look for the orange subscribe button, or click here to subscribe

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Lo Baak Gou, Chinese Turnip Cake

Lo Baak GouLo Baak Gou – Chinese Turnip Cake! Gosh, this has so many variations in name, depending on which part of the Far East you are from. These are SOME of the names… Lo Bak Goh, lo baak gou, turnip cake, Chai tow kway, daikon, chinese white radish cake, lo pak ko, lo bak gou. SO I am hoping by seeing the photos and the description you will find this is the recipe you are searching for!

Traditionally, this wonderful dish forms part of Dim Sum, and is usually cut into square shaped pieces, pan fried just before serving and accompanied with a simple tasty soy & sweet chili sauce. It should be served hot. Often, you will find there is not much filling or treasures in this cake if you eat it at a ‘low cost’ restaurant, and the turnip will make up most of the cake. However, since you are making this at home, you can pack it full of treasures and enjoy all the wonderful flavours, textures and aromas this lovely cake offers.
Lo Baak Gou is also served at Chinese New Year as the turnip/white radish signifies Good Fortune.
My family (mother and grandmother) have been making this for many years and now I want to share their recipe with you all. Please enjoy!

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Lo Baak Gou


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Chinese Spring Rolls

Chinese Spring Rolls

A delicious recipe perfect for any occasion!

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Chinese Wonton

Chinese Wonton

If any of you have been to a Chinese restaurant, you have most likely seen this Wonton dish. It’s delicious!  Often it is served in the form of a soup, with some vegetables and or noodles also in the broth.  There are many ways to cook wonton, and there are also many fillings you can use. Here, I will show you my favourite fillings, and I choose these because of the flavours and texture sensations you get.

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Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice

Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice

Ever wondered how to make Fried Rice like in the restaurants? There’s no magic to it, you just need to know what the flavours are yes? Here I will show you! Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice.

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Almond Cookies

Almond Cookies

Almond Cookies! These little cookies are very popular at Chinese New Year and are often make in preparation for receiving family and friends over the New Year Celebrations. Offered with a nice cup of Chinese Tea, these cookies sure are popular!

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