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Oriental Sausage Rolls Recipe (three ingredients only)

It’s Fri-YAY and it’s also Junk Food Day! 😆 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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Olive Fried Rice Recipe 橄榄菜炒饭

When I first tasted the Teochew Olive Rice from Soup Restaurant many, many years ago, I just fell in love with it. Thanks to K for the recommendation! I really didn’t think olive was that tasty previously. Following numerous visits to various Thai food places in Singapore, I had also tried many Thai Olive Fried […]

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Fried Okra Recipe (Crispy Lady’s Fingers)

It’s Movie Night Friday! And of course I have to make some nibbles as usual for our long movie marathon through the night. Looking forward to enjoying these crispy, crunchy fried okra as we catch a couple of psychological thrillers and possibly horror ones too on Netflix. Ooh, can’t wait! These fried okra kinda remind […]

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Nutella Banana Muffins Recipe

I’m absolutely excited to be baking again! Making a storm in the kitchen and messing things up is always so enjoyable, haha. So what do we have in store today? Nutella Banana Muffins! Nutella is my all-time favourite brand for chocolate-hazelnut spread since I was a kid. Goes so well with sandwich bread, croissants, biscuits, […]

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Moo Ping Recipe | Thai Grilled Pork Skewers

In the last couple of months, I stumbled upon several different pasar malam (night markets) at various neighbourhood precincts and I noticed that more and more vendors were selling moo ping or Thai-style grilled pork skewers. Yep, I’m talking about those tender, juicy and smoky grilled pork that you can get for 10 baht per […]

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Matcha Mochi Cupcakes with Red Beans

Big thank you to all my readers who have sent in requests for recipes. Your enquiries are now an excellent source of inspiration to me. Really helps with my weekly meal planning while at the same time I can experiment with new dishes too. So thanks again peeps and keep them coming! ? This recipe that […]

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Pork Chops with Apples Recipe

This brand of China Apple soda was one of my favourite soft drinks during my childhood years. Granny loved it and we would always share one whenever we were out for a meal. I had actually meant to use apple cider for this dish but I changed my mind and decided to pick up a […]

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Bitter Gourd Soup Recipe 苦瓜排骨汤

I was never a big fan of bitter gourd when I was growing up. Only started eating it during my working years after having a really good bitter gourd soup at Hong Kong Street Family Restaurant at Novena Gardens. And I realised the bitter gourd actually didn’t taste that bad when it was prepared and […]

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Easy Banana Cake Recipe

I really loved traditional plain banana cakes in the 1980s. Confectioneries and bakeries then did not have fanciful breads and cakes like today so I was easily satisfied with just a little treat of a slice of banana cake. Moist and soft with a strong banana taste. The exterior was always brown and oily to […]

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Braised Pork Belly Recipe (using Heng’s Stewed Fragrant Herbs & Spices)

Today, I’m featuring the last product from Heng’s (a Malaysian food brand) range of spices and pastes that I had bought off Qoo10. It’s a Braised Pork Belly Recipe, also known as Tau Yu Bak to some. Like most other Heng’s products, this pack of Heng’s Stewed Fragrant Herbs & Spices contains no MSG. It is […]

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Spam Fried Rice Recipe

This Spam Fried Rice is almost a replica of my usual Luncheon Meat Fried Rice. Only difference is that, I’ve used a mix of brown and red rice and of course, Spam, which is just a brand of canned luncheon meat that you can easily find at supermarkets here in Singapore. This is a simple, straightforward […]

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Salmon Chowder Recipe (with no cream)

Earlier, I had shared a Healthy Clam Chowder Recipe in which I had used Greek yogurt and skimmed milk instead of cream. And likewise for this Salmon Chowder Recipe that I’m sharing today, I’ve made it along the same lines too. Honestly, I don’t really regard Greek yogurt and skimmed milk as substitutes anymore. Yes, […]

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Marinara Pasta Recipe – It’s pungent, garlicky and spicy!

Bought some beautiful, large and fresh tiger prawns from the supermarket today so thought I would make a marinara pasta for dinner. Sometimes, the marinara pasta that we get from outside can be quite tomatoey or acidic. Also, the sauce is often blended till fine or smooth so there isn’t much of a texture contrast […]

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Panang Curry Recipe | Beef Phanaeng

Today, I’m sharing the last recipe using ready-made curry paste from Maepranom Brand that I’ve bought from the Thai supermarket at Golden Mile Complex. It’s a Thai Beef Panang Curry Recipe which is also known as beef phanaeng. Like the previous curry pastes, this one has no MSG too so the key is to adjust the […]

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