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GARLIC FRIED RICE - Use whatever veggies and left-over meat you have at hand. No more throwing away of left-over rice.

Manila Spoon: Easy Garlic Fried Rice (Sinangag) - very versatile as you can add whatever meat or veggies you have at hand. No more throwing away of left-over rice!

Mie Goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) Add honey to regular soy sauce to make it sweet, you can also add red chili if you wish to make it spicier

Mie Goreng recipe - Here is my very simple version of mie goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) recipe. It fits my busy schedules & doesn’t compromise on the taste.

Fried Radish Cake - radish, rice flour, egg, garlic, fish sauce, chili sauce, onion | rasamalaysia.com

Fried Radish Cake (菜头粿): If you live in (or have visited) Southeast Asia, you’d know that this is everyday street food, and a beloved breakfast/supper staple of many Singaporeans and Malaysians…

If you secretly add ketchup to your fried rice, this one's for you: It calls for a sriracha-ketchup topping.

Yangzhou Fried Rice

We love Chinese food at our house, and I love the show on The Cooking Channel called Easy Chinese. Thanks Ching-He Huang! I have learned so much about everything from tea to woks. I can't wait to try this Yangzhou Fried Rice!

The taste of Teriyaki sauce is rich and addictive, making you want more of the nutritious tofu.

Teriyaki Tofu

Fried eggs with preserved turnip is a simple omelet dish made with eggs and preserved turnip. This recipe is especially good with porridge or congee. | rasamalaysia.com

Fried Eggs with Preserved Turnip (菜圃蛋)

Fried Eggs with Preserved Turnip - Simple omelet dish made with eggs and preserved turnip. This recipe is especially good with porridge or congee.

Chinese Tea Eggs (Tea Leaf Eggs) Recipe. You can make a big batch and they are better overnight. #eggs #chinese #tea

Tea Leaf Eggs Recipe

Chinese Tea Eggs (Tea Leaf Eggs) Recipe with Pu'erh tea. (Lists soy sauce as one of ingredients)

Oyster Sauce Vegetables with Fried Shallots 油菜 This is a super easy Chinese greens recipe with oyster sauce, fried shallots and shallot oil. I love the fact that the vegetables cook really quickly (less than 30 seconds in boiling water) so you can just cook the greens right before you serve

Easy recipe for blanched Chinese greens with oyster sauce, fried shallots and shallot oil.

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