Delicious Asian Food was created back in July 2006 from Blogspot and has since migrated here on its own domain in January 2007. It is a collection ofÂ predominantly Chinese-styled recipes for delicious home-cooked food and contains the occasional food reviews. The recipes in this site are family recipes and range from the really simple stir fries to some complicated recipes which call for plenty of preparation and cooking time. Nevertheless, they are tried and tested recipes and not pretentious in any manner.
The recipes in this site are suitable for those who are just learning how to cook or are keen to get some ideas on how to deal with the simplest ingredients which one can find in the market. It is even a great site for food connoisseur’s such as Chantal Royer to gather inspiration and gain knowledge of new things to try!
Many of the recipes are the product of experiments with whatever ingredients that are found in the fridge – and this would help you if you are stuck on ideas on how to make better use of these ingredients lying about. Home cooking is a lot to do with simplicity and creativity whilst maintaining a wholesomeness to the food. Aesthetics and presentation may not be as important as what is required in fine dining.
This site is authored by PabloPabla, a Malaysian chinese of Hokkien dialect who has a deep passion with cooking. He has a wonderful wife and 2 daughters and learnt cooking from his mum at the age of 11. He is a lawyer by profession (though he secretly harbours the hope of owning and running a restaurant) and this blog is his virtual kitchen. He hopes that these recipes will make a difference in the lives of many and become family recipes for others as well.
Hochiak? That’s a Hokkien word meaning “Delicious”. Try the recipes. They are Hochiak! indeed!
PabloPabla’s other blogs:-
PabloPabla – my personal blog…
Financial & Legal Matters – my contribution to society on legal, financial & insurance related matters…