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Baked Salmon Parcel Recipe – Quick, Easy & Tasty

Let’s cook something really really easy today, shall we? ๐Ÿ˜‰ This Baked Salmon Parcel is really convenient to prepare, whether it’s for one person or for the whole family. And the best thing I like about this recipe is, clean-up is absolutely minimal. ๐Ÿ˜€ May not be the prettiest looking dish (haha!) but it’s totally […]

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Steamed Pork Ribs with Black Bean Sauce Recipe

Steamed Pork Ribs is always one of my must-order dim sum items as I love the salty flavour of the fermented black beans and the tender pork ribs that are always served steaming hot. However, there is one thing that I don’t appreciate about the dish i.e. the pork ribs used are often too fatty. […]

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Beef Rolls with Enoki Mushroom in Teriyaki Sauce

Whenever my husband and I dine at Irodori Japanese Restaurantย @ Riverview Hotel, we will never miss out ordering a few servings of their beef rolls with enoki mushrooms. There is just something special about this simple yet clever combination that makes it so delicious – both in the taste and texture departments. I just have […]

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Deep Fried Prawns Recipe

I love prawns but I just hate eating them in restaurants especially when they are served in whole because it is such a hassle to peel the shells. Therefore I thought I would try making deep fried prawns that would be so crispy and crunchy, we could just devour the whole thing. Now that’s one […]

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Vietnamese Chicken Pho Recipe

Having lived in Vietnam for a period of time, my mother-in-law is not unfamiliar with Vietnamese cooking. She is a mean cook who makes a really awesome chicken pho that is packed full of flavour but not heavy-handed with seasonings. And I like that she will always add char siew in the pho so every […]

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Tau Suan Recipe (Split Green Bean Soup)

I absolutely love the tau suan from Zhen Jie Traditional Dessert @ 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4 and Tiong Bahru Tau Suan @ Tiong Bahru Market. Good consistency. Not overly starchy. Not too sweet. And the beans are never mushy. That’s exactly what makes a good bowl of tau suan for me. ๐Ÿ™‚ I […]

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Youtiao Recipe (Chinese Crullers/Fried Dough Fritters)

I am so not eating youtiao (fried dough fritters or Chinese crullers) for a long, long time. Getting so sick of it because I had made too much youtiao in the last couple of days as I was trying to perfect my youtiao recipe. Serious youtiao overload, haha. Nonetheless, it had been a really gratifying […]

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Apple and Blueberry Crumble Cake Recipe

My husband taught me how to make Apple Crumble previously. It’s his specialty as it’s probably the only sweet treat he has ever mastered to make. ๐Ÿ˜† But of course, it’s also a dessert treat that means something special to the both of us (click on the apple crumble link above to read the full […]

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Salt and Pepper Pork Ribs Recipe ๆค’็›ๆŽ’้ชจ

If my father-in-law is here with us, I’m sure he will be so proud of me coming up with different variations of salt and pepper dishes (like this Salt and Pepper Pork Ribs) that are inspired by his specialty – Salt and Pepper Pork. It’s one of my favourite dishes that I can never have […]

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Com Suon Nuong Recipe (Vietnamese Pork Chop Rice)

I just couldn’t forget how amazing the Com Suon Nuongย I had in Hanoi was. It was an old and unassuming eatery that served up only one dish – Vietnamese Pork Chop Rice – which seemingly looked like a humble plate of mixed rice (‘chap chye png’). But that smoky flavour of the meat combined with […]

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Feta Cheese Meatballs with Spaghetti

Today, we’re making Feta Cheese Meatballs! Well, if you haven’t had feta cheese before, you should really give it a try because it can add so much depth to various different dishes. What is Feta Cheese? Feta cheese is a brined curd cheese that is made from sheep’s and/or goat’s milk. It is more firm, […]

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Beef Kway Teow with Bell Peppers & Sugar Snap Peas

Feeling a little brain dead today. ๐Ÿ˜ And it’s only Tuesday, geez. But I’m looking forward to the coming public holiday as I’ve planned to go on a hike which I haven’t done for ages. Supposed to be my homework in therapy but I’ve put it off for too long. Anyway, let’s keep it simple […]

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Bacon Cheese Rolls Recipe ๅŸนๆ น่Šๅฃซ้…ฅ็šฎๅท

After making Oriental Sausage Rolls last week, I thought of using the remaining puff pastry sheets for something else. Something bacon-y and cheesy like these Bacon Cheese Rolls. Some of you probably know these as pinwheels. ๐Ÿ˜‰ They resembled mini pizzas because I had brushed tomato paste onto the pastry sheets before adding the toppings. […]

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Oriental Sausage Rolls Recipe (three ingredients only)

It’s Fri-YAY and it’s also Junk Food Day! ๐Ÿ˜† Today, I’m sharing a really easy recipe, Oriental Sausage Rolls. This recipe only requires 3 ingredients with minimal preparation – Oriental sausages (a.k.a. Taiwanese sausages), frozen puff pastry and an egg wash. You can get the sausages from the chilled section at major supermarkets here in […]

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Curried Chicken Waldorf Salad Recipe

I was pretty intrigued by the name Waldorf Salad previously because I had always thought the salad was named after someone’s last name. Well, according to Wikipedia, the name of the salad came about when it was first created for a charity event that was held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City in […]

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Chicken Miso Soup with Macaroni Recipe

Whipping up something quick for brunch that’s also light and healthy as I’m heading to the spa later. This Chicken Miso Soup with Macaroni is super easy to make. You can use leftover chicken soup or store-bought chicken stock to make the broth. I highly recommend that you use soup or stock that’s lightly seasoned […]

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