These pork-filled wontons are doused in chili oil and vinegar sauce to be a tangy, spicy, juicy bite we can’t get enough of.
I love this dish. It’s sour, spicy, juicy and tender all at the same time. It is simply delicious. Irresistible.
After trying this dish at the restaurant, I told myself there’s no other way I want my dumplings served to me in the future. It has to be in a red sauce, with loads of chili oil and black vinegar – the more the merrier. That’s a bit extreme I know, but that’s life’s little pleasure for me.
The whole process of toiling in the kitchen and later taking pictures of what comes of it is a symbiosis of my hobbies – a perfectly crafted deal for me. All of these hobbies allow me to learn something new every day. When it comes to food and cooking, I love trying out a bit of everything (that’s my style) – from learning how to cook and plate in Michelin style to attempting local Singaporean dishes at home; from replicating remote flavours and delights to retaining family legacies and traditional essences. I hope to share my passion and joy with the larger community of food and photography bloggers and enthusiasts out there.