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Crabstick, Prawn & Egg Tofu Recipe

Folks in Singapore, have you joined the Pokemon Go craze? I thought I wouldn’t initially but I eventually did because some of the Pokemon were just too cute (I love Squirtle) and I had so much fun catching & collecting them, lol. Best thing was, the husband and I started going on long walks which […]

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Prawn Rolls Recipe (Faux Lobster Rolls)

This is what I call the Poor Man’s Lobster Roll, lol. Most of you are probably not unfamiliar with lobster rolls because they are one of the ‘in’ things to eat in Singapore. But the costs can be really expensive and you probably don’t even get a lot of lobster meat for what you pay. […]

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Crispy Calamari with Gochujang Mayonnaise

I got the inspiration to make gochujang mayonnaise from Judy Joo’s “Korean Food Made Simple” on Food Network. And I thought that would be an excellent idea to boost the regular mayonnaise with an added punch of flavour. Fried food and mayonnaise always go hand in hand and since I had some squids in the […]

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Thai Seafood Noodle Soup Recipe

Sawadee ka! Welcome to the Land of Smiles! ๐Ÿ™‚ For some reason, I didn’t order my usual Tom Yum Soup during my last visit to Nakhon Kitchen so I thought I would make one at home (see my Seafood Tom Yum Soup Recipe) but turn it into a one-dish meal for dinner instead. And that […]

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Steamed Red Snapper Recipe

* This post is published in collaboration with Lee Kum Kee. This Sauce for Fried Cod Fillet from Lee Kum Kee is obviously for dousing over a piece of fried cod but since I never really like frying fish much (mostly because I don’t want to stink up the house as I have an open-concept […]

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Seafood Brown Rice Risotto Recipe

To make this recipe, you would need a flavoursome seafood stock. Luckily I had kept prawn heads/shells and fish heads/bones (can also get from NTUC Fairprice) in the freezer so what I did was to fry these odds and ends with some sunflower oil till cooked and fragrant and then added leftover vegetable broth. I […]

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Peach and Prawn Curry Recipe

This curry dish might be made from scratch but it was so easy to prepare with literally whatever usable stuffs I had in my kitchen – overripe peaches in the fridge, prawns in the freezer and a bunch of spices in the pantry. Never had fruits in a curry before? It’s time to change that. […]

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Mackerel Fillet with Sweet Potato and Beetroot Salad Recipe

Those we love don’t go away they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved, so missed so very dear. Picking myself up after losing two loved ones within a few weeks is probably one of the hardest things to do in life. And it feels almost impossible when one of […]

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Brand New Lee Kum Kee Seafood XO Sauce and a Stir Fried Prawns with XO Sauce Recipe

XO sauce is a spicy salty seafood sauce commonly used in Cantonese cuisine and is also a popular choice of condiment to go with dim sum. Some of the best XO sauces I ever had were from Super Star Seafood Restaurant ้ดปๆ˜Ÿๆตท้ฎฎ้…’ๅฎถ in Hong Kong and Rabbit Brand Seafood Delicacies at Circular Road, Singapore. XO […]

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Chinese New Year Recipes – Happy Monkey Year 2016

We are going to usher in the Year of the Monkey in just less than 3 weeks’ time. This year I will be having my reunion dinner a few days earlier as my hubby will be away for the whole of the CNY period and I haven’t started stocking up on ingredients yet. Coming up […]

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Baked Salmon Belly Recipe (with Tamarind Sauce)

Tamarind is a wonderful fruit that’s commonly used in Asian cooking. Many might not know this but this pod-like fruit is also a great source of vitamins B & C, calcium and potassium. I like that it imparts a very unique and aromatic sweet/sour/sharp flavour to dishes that somewhat cannot be replaced by the common […]

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Cuttlefish Kangkong Recipe

Earlier I have shared a Sambal Kangkong Recipe that is a tze char favourite for many. Today, I’m using kangkong again to recreate the hawker dish, Cuttlefish Kangkong or what’s better known as Jiu Her Eng Chye in local dialect. This is a really simple recipe that is almost like a salad that requires minimal […]

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Okra Salad Recipe (with prawns)

Previously I always tried to avoid the okra or what’s better known here in Singapore as ladies’ fingers. They have this gooey slime that just doesn’t appeal to me. And it’s only recently that I’ve sort of developed a liking for these pod vegetables. Having survived an episode of illness/surgery probably does change a person’s […]

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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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Nyonya Fish Curry Recipe

Since my last visit to Ocean Curry Fish Head for its Nyonya-style fish head curry, I had been missing that sour and spicy gravy that was deliciously moreish. Do you know Nyonya-style fish curry is made from assam or tamarind (that’s why it’s tangy) and that there is no addition of coconut milk? It’s what […]

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