One-dish meal - Featured recipe in Delicious Asian Food (Hochiak)


I was pleasantly delighted when I received the invitation to be the guest chef for one of my favourite "online cookbooks" – Delicious Asian Food (also known as Hochiak) authored by PabloPabla. Thanks to Pablo! I am certainly honoured.

It is the first Asian food blog which was strongly recommended by my good friend when I first started cooking for the family. DAF featured a collection of delicious home-cooked Chinese-style recipes and occasional food reviews. The recipes in this site are suitable for those who are starting out learning how to cook (just like me) or are keen to get some ideas on how to deal with the simplest ingredients that you find in the market.

Hop over to find my featured recipe of one-dish meal and also delight yourself with all the "hochiak" (means delicious in Hokkien dialect) recipes, food reviews and some video clips. See you there!


shavedicesundays said...

Such a handy and healthy recipe! Congratulations for being chosen by Pablopabla and for the intro to DAF.

Anonymous said...

It's an honour to have you as a Guest Chef, LK!

Anonymous said...

Congrats...nice to see you being the chosen one for the intro to DAF. I am very happy for you.

Selba said...


It must be really delicious :)

Food For Tots said...

Hi all my foodie friends,
Tks for your kind comments. I am flattered. Hahaha! *o*

Hi Pablo,
Once again tks for giving me a chance to "wok" in your Asian Kitchen. ;)

Anonymous said...

Come back anytime. The kitchen door is open for you :D

tigerfish said...

Love one-dish meal. Saves my day.

Pam said...

Congratulations... I am happy for you. Great photo by the way.

Yasmeen said...

Congrats on your publication:).
You have a tasty collection of recipes for tots.And your son looks adorable in the pictures with apron:)

Dora said...

Read the recipe already! Well done! :)

noobcook said...

Congrats on the feature! Hochiak is one of my fave food blogs, and so is yours. Your photo looks great!

CY said...


am a new fan of your blog, it's great to find recipes for toddlers from other families (that doesn't have a cheese sauce in it!)

I am very impressed with your fish paste "step by step" post, though I must admit I may not be so keen to try it at home (can imagine fish bones flying everywhere!) but one day!


Food For Tots said...

Hi tigerfish,
Save my "life" too! Hehehe!

Hi pam,
Tks for your kind comments.

Hi yasmeen,
Tks for dropping by, your wonderful comments and compliments on my son. ;)

Hi dora & noobcook,
Tks for your support! ;)

Hi cy,
Tks for dropping by and your kind comments. Guess you must be a "Kungfu" chef that can make the fish bones flying everywhere. Hahaha!

Tastes of Home said...

congrats on your feature! I love one dish meals hehe

Food For Tots said...

Hi tastes of home,
Tks for your kind comments! ;)

Nilmandra said...

I love this dish for its simplicity (less washing up!) and deliciousness. I usually made mine with minced pork, some chopped up prawns and chopped shitake mushrooms. Good idea with the edamame to add some lovely colour. I love the way you plated the dish. You take really lovely photos.

Food For Tots said...

Hi nilmandra,
Tks for your compliment. Pork + Prawn combo => Extra Delicious. Yummy! Tks for your sharing.