December 2012 | Christine's Recipes: Easy Chinese Recipes | Delicious Recipes

Homemade Soy Milk (With or Without a Soy Milk Maker)

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Homemade Soy Milk01

I’ve got many goodies brought from the last trip back to Hong Kong, including intangible, great memories and tangible things, like this new kitchen toy – Joyoung soymilk maker. It’s recommended by my friend. After a long search from online and different local electric stores in Hong Kong, I got my hands on one finally in Shatin. Each only costs HKD580. I found the soymilk maker quite helpful. Not only does it help make soy milk easily, but also quickly make a variety of creamy soup or porridge in twenty minutes. The end result of the first attempt to make soymilk with this machine was very satisfied. I’ll definitely enjoy more homemade soy milk from now on. Happy !

Don't get disappointed if you don't have one. You still can enjoy fresh homemade soy milk without this soymilk maker. The result will be equally good, with more time and effort required though. The method is posted after the recipe.
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Homemade Dumpling Wrappers (Videos+Cookbook Signing)

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Pan-fried Dumplings
photo credited to Anthony
It’s been a while not posting new recipes on this blog, simply because of something wonderful and exciting happened in my life and travelling back to my hometown, Hong Kong for a few weeks. Amongst all those memorable events in the trip, my cookbook sharing session is a big step forward in my blogging life that I really want to share with you all on this blog.

I felt both happy and humbled when seeing my fans face-to-face, running a cooking demonstration at Towngas Cooking Center in Hong Kong. The whole cooking demonstration was live streaming simultaneously so that all my overseas fans could join in. Many thanks to my publisher for arranging this event.

My cookbook, Easy Recipes, Sharing Session
My cookbook "Easy Recipes" sharing session@Towngas Cooking Center Hong Kong
Signing Copies
Signing session - Thanks for all your support!
Apart from the streaming job, my designer, Anthony took lots of photos for us. Also, I’ve got a personal photographer, my brother-in-law, Terence to go with me. Here I chose and used some of Terence’s photos of my making dumplings to create a slide show. Hope you’ll like it.

I still remember a fan asked for the recipe of homemade dumpling wrappers before I went back to Hong Kong, that I shared in my cooking session. A promise is a promise. Here you go. A friend of mine told me that if you’ve tried the homemade wrappers, you won’t go back for the store-bought. I couldn’t agree more. Well, if you’re crazily busy and want to slack off on hectic days, yet still craving for homemade dumplings, the store-bought ones are the savers. Aren’t they? Let’s go back to make some delicious dumpling wrappers.
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