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Meatball Pasta with Gravy Recipe

Not too long ago, I have shared this Swedish Meatballs with Gravy and Lingonberry Jam Recipe. That is simple comfort food that easily pleases the taste buds of both the young and old at home. Just like how many of us still enjoy having IKEA Swedish Meatballs every now and then. This Meatball Pasta with […]

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Kenchinjiru – Comforting Japanese Vegetable Soup

Kenchinjiru is a Japanese-style vegetable soup that is made with an assortment of root vegetables and tofu. My version of kenchinjiru is non-vegetarian as I have used bonito seasoning to make the stock and have also added fish cakes in it. Nonetheless, it’s still a pretty wholesome and hearty soup to have. And because it […]

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Tteokbokki Recipe – Spicy Korean Rice Cakes

You can easily find tteokbokki or spicy rice cakes at almost all food streets or markets in South Korea. It’s a very popular street food snack that really ticks all the right boxes – not just with tourists but locals too. It’s not hard to always spot K-actors buying/eating/cooking tteokbokki in almost every K-drama. ๐Ÿ˜€ […]

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Baked Mussels Recipe – So Creamy and Cheesy!

Happy Children’s Day!ย ๐Ÿ˜€ To all the little ones in Singapore (and where ever is celebrating Children’s Day today too) and all the kid-at-heart. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Some mummies and daddies have probably taken the day off to spend the day with your kids. How about making a cheesy treat for them as well like this Cheesy Baked […]

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Mushroom Risotto Recipe (Vegetarian)

Had a good hotpot session at Northpoint City yesterday. ๐Ÿ˜€ Totally indulged in a meat feast of pork belly, beef and mutton slices. So much meat overload that I just have to go vegetarian today, lol. Hence I made this Mushroom Risotto with simply a mix of mushrooms, asparagus and cherry tomatoes. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Making The […]

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Egg Cake ้ธก่›‹็ณ• – A Taste Of The Good Old Days

I grew up eating egg cake in the 80s when fanciful breads and cakes of today weren’t available then. The egg cake wasn’t anything extraordinary. However, as my late Granny brought me up, we had shared countless food memories together which also included our special moments of dipping egg cake into coffee. The egg cake […]

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Garlic Butter Clams Spaghetti Recipe

This Garlic Butter Clams Spaghetti Recipe is inspired by my favourite clam dish from Itacho Sushi that is buttery, garlicky and utterly delicious. It’s a must-order for me whenever I’m back at the restaurant. ๐Ÿ˜€ The steps to making this pasta are very similar to that of aglio olio. And it’s really easy and quick […]

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Mushroom Barley Soup Recipe

This Mushroom Barley Soup is an excellent healthy one-dish meal to make. It is also suitable for diabetics and pre-diabetics who need to watch their diet and daily food intake as this dish is low in calories, fat and GI. Fighting Diabetes I am highlighting the topic of ‘diabetes’ today because all of us in […]

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Swedish Meatballs with Gravy and Lingonberry Jam

J often says IKEA serves canteen food. Well, I kinda agree too because most of the dishes there come straight out of a frozen bag/box, bottle or can. Despite that, we will still share a plate of Swedish meatballs whenever we visit IKEA, haha. ๐Ÿ˜€ Canteen Food Can Be Comfort Food Too ‘Canteen food’ once […]

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Almond Chicken Rendang Recipe

This Almond Chicken Rendang Recipe is inspired by the Spicy Almond Chicken Pasta that I shared sometime back. Both dishes are kinda similar as their sauces somewhat resemble satay sauces but in a more almond-nutty way. Where To Get Almonds in Bulk in Singapore J and I eat almonds a lot so we often buy […]

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Pumpkin Mac and Cheese Recipe

Mac and Cheese is probably one of the ultimate comfort foods for many. I can never resist it too. ๐Ÿ˜€ That cheese flavour, creamy texture and oh-so-cheesy goodness simply tick all the right boxes. It’s food that makes me lick my lips. ๐Ÿ˜› If you haven’t had an amazing Mac and Cheese before, try the […]

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Healthy Rice Bowl with Yogurt Poppy Seed Dressing

As many of us are becoming more health-conscious these days, we are also paying more attention to what we eat. Eating out while at work is no longer that bad with all the healthy food joints sprouting up around Singapore especially in the CBD area. We are indeed so spoilt for choices. From hearty soup […]

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Steamed Sea Bass with Lime & Lemongrass Recipe

This Steamed Sea Bass with Lime & Lemongrass is inspired by the Thai Style Steamed Fish I’ve had at many Thai restaurants. Particularly miss the one I had at Porn’s Sexy Thai Food. A Simple Equilibrium Of Flavours I don’t usually order steamed fish when eating out but there’s something about Thai steamed fish that […]

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Beer Braised Chicken Recipe

This Beer Braised Chicken Recipe is an age-friendly recipe. ๐Ÿ™‚ The reason why I’m highlighting this is because I was quite amused by my parents earlier. I had asked them if they wanted to bring home some of this beer braised chicken stew I had made and they both responded that ‘they don’t take alcohol’ […]

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Fried Kway Teow with Chicken Recipe

Fancied a Fried Kway Teow (flat rice noodles) so decided to make it for lunch. ๐Ÿ˜€ It’s one of my favourite dishes to make when I’m cooking for one or two because it isn’t a lot of work to prepare and it’s quick to whip up. Just like a fried rice. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Use Kecap Manis […]

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Fried Garlic Pork Recipe | Moo Tod Gratiem

Fried Garlic Pork or Moo Tod Gratiem in Thai is one of my favourite meat dishes to order at Thai eateries. However, I always have one gripe while ordering fried garlic pork at Thai restaurants – there is just too little garlic in the dish. So for my recipe, I simply chopped/sliced up the garlic […]

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