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Readers’ Selected Recipes

All because of them, I have earned more smiles on my faces as well as to my heart. And with them, I have another good reason to share with you again the following recipes and feedbacks.

They are my readers who actually have tried some of the recipes I have posted in the past year, and since my blog has been up and running for several months. Not only did they make it, but also they share their thoughts with me.

Readers' Selected Recipes

It was also January but in 2010, Ozoz at made the Brown Rice Soup. She even elaborated my short paragraph about using the leftover brown rice pulp with many nice pictures. Go to her recipe in the link provided below, and you shall see a few more wonderful variations.

I didn’t make my cashew nut butter organic but Fab in Jap had a suggestion for me and let me know her kids love it.

Jackie made her version of Singaporean Fried rice noodles without meat, yet substituted it with another type of protein. (Jackie, I also read your second comment on how to prepare the tofu, which is great! ). Wendy was also there suggested that she liked my cheating method for avoiding the noodle sticking to the wok; I trust she had not cheated me.

And there are’s recipe on Tomatoes Stew with Tofu,’s on Hand-Pulled Chicken ( in which a video is also included ),’s on Cantonese Fried Noodles on Shredded Pork,’s Stir-Fried Pork Cubes with Balsamic Vinegar.

Though Jade, JJ,, YL, AM did not have their recipes to share, I’m equally thankful to them for advising me their feelings.

Do tell me if you have made any of my previous recipes and wish to share with us here (or alert me if I miss mentioning you).

Also thank you for all of you who have dropped by or have left me a comment, sharing me your thoughts. It is you who have been fueling me to move forward. But I feel bad for not introducing myself earlier to you here. Taking this chance, may I introduce myself, this is Maureen, typist and author at

Everyone, wish you a happy, healthy 2011!’s comment and recipe
Brown Rice Soup – Milky yet Milk Free

Brown Rice Soup - Milky yet Milk Free

Fab in Japan’s comment
Homemade Cashew Butter

Homemade Cashew Butter

Jackie’s comment and Wendy’s comment,
Singaporean Fried Rice Noodles

Singaporean Fried Rice Noodles’s comment and recipe
Tomatoes Stew with ToFu

Tomatoes Stew with ToFu’s comment and recipe
Hand-Pulled Chicken with Cucumber

Hand-Pulled Chicken with Cucumber

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  1. Mary Moh

    Lovely roundup of your recipes. Makes me really hungry 😛

  2. penny aka jeroxie

    thanks for the round up! Am loving the radish cake 🙂

  3. Lena

    hello maureen! this post is an inspiration for me. great!

  4. TasteHongKong

    Hello Lena,
    Yes, this is me, Maureen, replying : ). Thanks!

  5. Tastes of Home (Jen)

    Love the delicious round-up! 😀

  6. Lori

    What a great idea for a post which led to a great round up of all your fabulous recipes. Improving my skill for Asian and Indian cuisine is one of my new year’s resolutions!

  7. tigerfish

    Good recap on some of your recipes! I made fish soup the other day, inspired from your coriander soup …did not take any photos though cos it was at night and lighting was not favorable (blogger’s excuse)…but the soup with coriander and ginger was soothingly good.

  8. TasteHongKong

    You can do it, enjoy!

    Yes, the Coriander Soup with Century Egg is both soothing and comforting.
    I also secretly have that excuse : ).

  9. Angie's Recipes

    Wow..taro rice would be on the top of to-cook list!. And excellent photography!

  10. emy@thehandiworks

    Those dishes do look extremely delicious! Have to try some out soon!

  11. Annie

    I just found your blog today and I love it! I hope I see many more Cantonese recipes. As my husband (who is from Hong Kong) will appreciate from his very Korean wife. 🙂 I’ve learned some of the recipes on your blog from my Mother In Law but I’d love to learn more. Thank you for the wonderful site!

  12. TasteHongKong

    Thanks for your kind words. Cantonese foods are one of my top favorites, which I believe I would always count them in here. Actually I’m also a fan of Korean cuisine, so I’d also love to hear comments from you (and from your mother-in-law), be they on my Korean or Cantonese recipes.

  13. Mei Teng

    Wonderful selection of food here. The S’pore rice noodles looked super yummy.

  14. noobcook

    great round-up and it;s great feeling to learn from one another.

  15. TasteHongKong

    Indeed, I feel great to learn from my readers and you bloggers!

  16. Juliana

    Nice round up…the pictures sure got me very hungry 🙂

  17. milkitchen

    Wonderful round up! and a great way for me to find out more recipes from your blog. 😀

  18. Alayna


    I am searching for a recipe for “Kong Sui Ban” it’s a chinese tea cookie. the recipes I’ve seen online are not an exact match of what I’m looking for. I know the ingredients are flour, wong tong, lard, etc. Do you know how to make this chinese dessert. I think it is cantonese.

    Thank You,

  19. TasteHongKong

    Doesn’t sound like I have made it, excuse me!


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    Hmm is anyone else encountering problems with the pictures on this blog loading?
    I’m trying to find out if its a problem on my end or if it’s the blog.
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