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Sesame Oil Chicken Recipe 麻油鸡

The combination of ginger and sesame oil in Chinese cooking can be really amazing. It’s what I call a sensory experience because before we even get to taste the dish, we would already get a whiff of aroma that fills up the entire kitchen while the chicken is braising in an enticing sauce. That’s exactly […]

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Bread Pudding with Bananas Recipe

Bread pudding is probably one of the easiest desserts to make at home. And it’s an ideal thing to make when you have leftover stale bread to use up so it doesn’t go to waste. I normally put sandwich bread into the fridge on the day of expiry and then use them a few days […]

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30 Best Christmas Dinner Ideas for 2018

I’m now in Starbucks writing this post and have been listening to Christmas songs in the background. And then I realise Christmas is just less than a month away. OMG, where did the rest of the time go all this while? 2018 felt so short! 😮 Have you guys make your Christmas plans? Going out […]

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Chop Suey Recipe

Chop suey is a Western-Chinese (mostly found overseas) dish consisting of meat and/or seafood stir fried with vegetables and bound in a starchy sauce. It literally translates to 杂碎 (‘za sui’) which means an assortment of small, miscellaneous things. I must say a chop suey is really an ideal way to turn the odds and […]

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Maggi Goreng Recipe – Take Instant Noodles To The Next Level

Made Maggi Goreng today because the hubby had requested for it. It’s one of his favourite dishes to order at any mamak stall as he loves instant noodles. On the other hand, I’m not a big fan of Maggi Goreng as I prefer instant noodles on their own but I don’t mind having Mee Goreng every […]

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Tandoori Chicken Pizza Recipe

Earlier I had shared a Tandoori Chicken Recipe. That meal was deliciously gratifying but there was too much chicken for the two of us. Therefore we kept aside a portion of chicken meat (hand-shredded from the bones) just so we could make another meal with it. Like this Tandoori Chicken Pizza, which is so easy […]

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Tandoori Chicken Recipe with Tooba Spice Mix

Happy Singles’ Day! Doesn’t quite apply to me as I’m married  but it’s equally significant to me as 11.11 is also the world’s biggest e-commerce day. That’s right. SHOPPING!!! 😆 I have been busy Taobao-ing today – buying a bunch of needs and wants. If you haven’t heard of Taobao, you’re really a froggie in […]

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Baked Mushroom Pasta Recipe – For the Love of Cheese

Made this vegetarian Baked Mushroom Pasta for W as she wanted to give it to a friend who had baked her a cake for her recent birthday. How sweet. It was a last minute request and I couldn’t get ingredients for complicated dishes so thought I would do a pasta bake for her. It’s one […]

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Masala Pork Chops Recipe

Hope all of you in SG (and if the country you reside in celebrates Deepavali, the Festival of Lights too 🙂 ) had a good holiday break yesterday. I was feeling a bit under the weather in the last couple of days but managed to bounce back with more energy today. 🙂 Before Deepavali, I […]

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Vietnamese Beef Pho Recipe

Not too long ago, I shared a Vietnamese Chicken Pho Recipe. And today, it’s going to be a Beef Pho Recipe. Both are rather similar in terms of preparation and cooking methods except that the base of each broth is different. That is, using either chicken or beef to make the broth. You’ll also notice […]

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Soto Ayam Recipe

Soto Ayam is a yellow-coloured spiced chicken soup that is commonly found in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. It is typically served with ketupat (rice dumpling), noodles or vermicelli and can be enjoyed as any meal of the day. A new coffee shop opened in my neighbourhood recently and I tried the Malay stall for lunch […]

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Vietnamese Porridge Recipe (Chao Suon Sun)

One of the best highlights of my Hanoi trip was eating this amazing Vietnamese porridge by the roadside near my hotel. It’s called Chao Suon Sun which means ‘pork ribs & cartilage porridge’. Unlike Cantonese style porridge in which we can find lots of ingredients like minced meat, meat slices and/or century egg, this porridge […]

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Teriyaki Chicken Don Recipe

This Teriyaki Chicken Don is one of my favourite don recipes because teriyaki chicken almost never goes wrong. It tastes delicious on its own or even when paired with noodles, scattered on top of a pizza or wrapped in a sandwich. Sometimes, the teriyaki chicken that we get from Japanese restaurants here may come with […]

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Knorr Salted Egg Powder Recipe – Salted Egg Prawns

Again hands up if you’ve tried my Salted Egg Prawn Recipe. 😀 It’s one of my favourite things to make because my family enjoys the dish so much, it’s always the first to run out at every meal gathering. And I’m always glad to see how much joy and smiles good food can bring to […]

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Salted Egg Tofu and Chicken Recipe

Hands up if you have tried my Salted Egg Chicken Recipe. 😀 It has remained my top number 1 recipe post since I shared it years ago. And it just means how much you peeps love your salted egg as always. 😉 Today, I’m sharing a Salted Egg Tofu and Chicken Recipe that’s inspired by […]

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Chinese Chicken Chop Recipe 中式鸡扒

I shared a Chinese Pork Chop Recipe yesterday that was inspired by my Granny’s dish of the same name. And today I’m posting a Chinese Chicken Chop Recipe. 😆 Sounds the same but they are different. 😀 In this recipe, I’ve used honey instead of sugar which gives the chicken a nice glaze and flavour. […]

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