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Honey Lemon Chicken Recipe

I love the combination of honey and lemon. Sweet and sour – it’s just so appetising and refreshing on the palate. This is an easy roast chicken recipe that you can serve with any sides of your choice. As you can see from the picture below, the chicken looks ‘burnt’ on the exterior but it’s […]

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Baked Ratatouille Recipe

Whenever I see the word ‘ratatouille’ (pronounced ‘ra-ta-too-ee’), I will be reminded of Pixar’s animated film of the same name. That, by the way, is quite an entertaining film as it depicts the story of a rat named Remy who dreams to become a chef. ๐Ÿ™‚ A ratatouille is actually a French stewed vegetable dish […]

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Cranberry Streusel Muffins Recipe

If you’ve bought a pack of fresh cranberries only to realise how awfully sour they are, don’t fret as they won’t go to waste. ๐Ÿ™‚ Fresh cranberries make great additions to sweet baked goods as their tartness balances out the sweetness and gives a somewhat refreshing note like this Cranberry Streusel Muffins Recipe. The regular […]

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Frittata Muffins with Potatoes, Mushrooms & Cheese

A brunch recipe which is super easy to make and perfect for those of you who don’t like to do (too much) cooking and cleaning up over the weekend just like me. Each frittata muffin is made up of a hearty breakfast combination – potato, egg, mushroom, cheese, milk and tomatoes – all in a […]

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Eggplant Lasagna Recipe

Sometime ago, I made a Cabbage Lasagna and I thought I would experiment with a different vegetable this time. Eggplants worked perfectly for this recipe. This eggplant layer bake is made to resemble a lasagna except there are no pasta sheets in it as I’ve substituted them with thick slices of eggplant and I’ve not […]

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Healthy Cranberry Walnut Bread Recipe

I would only snack on dried cranberries once in a while as the ones we could get here often contain added sugar. So when I saw fresh cranberries being sold at the supermarket for the first time, I decided to buy one pack to try only to discover how horribly sour they were – totally […]

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Sausage and Cheese Strata Recipe

โ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅ Happy Valentine’s Day! โ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅ Since my valentine is currently back home in England, I shall spend the day romancing myself and enjoy some quality ‘me’ time. What’s better than cooking up a Sunday brunch to start off my day? ๐Ÿ™‚ I basically pulled out whatever ‘interesting’ ingredients I had from the fridge and pantry […]

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Baked Brown Rice with Chicken, Mushrooms and Cheese

Casseroles or one dish meals make excellent weekday dinners. And honestly, this baked rice is so versatile, you can just use any ingredients you like especially if you have plenty of leftovers from your recent CNY feast or steamboat to use up – meatballs, bacon, ham, luncheon meat, sausages, bell peppers, broccoli, etc. Also, you […]

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Turkey Bacon, Corn and Cheese Muffins Recipe

It’s the first day of Chinese New Year but I’m going nowhere because my family and I aren’t celebrating the festival due to the recent demise of my paternal granny as we are observing a 100-day mourning period. It’s been a grieving week. Thought my maternal grandmother who has final stage pancreatic cancer would go […]

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Cinnamon Sugar Breadsticks Recipe – use bread crusts or stale bread, reduce food waste

These days making sandwiches aren’t just about slapping on a spread or stacking pieces of ham and cheese between two slices of bread. There are so many fanciful sandwich making tools that allow us to make really creative and cute sandwiches that come in all sorts of shapes and designs. And with that, we are […]

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S’mores Recipe

S’mores is a campfire delight that is popular in the United States. This dessert treat usually comes in the form of a graham cracker sandwich that’s filled with roasted marshmallow and chocolate. It isn’t necessary to specify portion sizes under the ingredients list as this S’mores recipe is incredibly easy to make. It’s really all […]

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Salmon Shioyaki Recipe (using salmon jaws)

The salmon jaw is never a popular part of the salmon as compared to the belly (that almost melts in the mouth) plus it’s more troublesome to eat it cos’ of the jaw bone and pectoral fins. However, I do think the salmon jaw is quite underrated as the meat in that area is actually […]

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Sesame Salmon Recipe (with Fresh Fig Salad)

I love figs but the ones we get here in Singapore are usually the dried ones which I would normally add into my breakfast oats or just have them with assorted nuts for a healthy snack. When I saw beautiful fresh figs at the supermarket (uncommon so buy if you see them!), I just had […]

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Saba Shioyaki Recipe (Salt Grilled Mackerel)

This is one of my favourite fish recipes because saba (mackerel) fillets are rich in omega-3 fatty acids/oil and are so easy to cook as I can just pop them in the oven without having to worry they might dry up or that they will stink up my kitchen (or my entire house), lol. Alternatively, […]

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Teriyaki Salmon Pizza Recipe

I had shared my love for thin-crusted pizzas in my earlier tortilla pizza recipe post. And this time I thought I would try something different by using chapati as my pizza base. Ok I must admit, I’m so into the chapati these days that it’s probably going to replace my regular tortilla ultimately, lol. I […]

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Spicy Chicken Apple Sausage Recipe

Been about 3 weeks now and I think my post-op recovery is going well so far. The swell (sometimes causes slight breathing difficulty but not a big deal) and pain are still there but I can easily move around and get out of the house now. Haven’t been doing any cooking so far (can’t lift […]

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