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Spiced Chicken Kebab Recipe – Scrumptious TV meal!

One thing that I love about my kitchen is my pantry cupboard that is filled with all kinds of groceries, spices and seasonings. I was greatly inspired after watching English TV chef Nigella Lawson on one of her cooking programmes. Her pantry (like a little room or closet) was always so well stocked up that […]

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Pork Shabu Shabu with Mizkan Sesame Sauce

Got a special delivery from Mizkan Japan. Really loved the beautiful and neat wrapping outside. Even the packaging materials inside the box had a mix of confetti and styrofoam beads which made unboxing a rather Christmasy affair, lol. I must say, Japanese product packaging is always impressive. It really reflects how thoughtful the Japanese people […]

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Grilled Chicken Wings Recipe – All you need is an oven!

I’m missing my favourite BBQ chicken wings from Chomp Chomp Food Centre. Haven’t been there for a long while now. Wanted to bring Uncle A (J’s uncle from Canada) to Chomp Chomp when he visited Singapore earlier but the itinerary we planned for him became so action-packed that we couldn’t squeeze in the time to […]

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Ayam Masak Merah Recipe (Spicy Tomato Chicken)

When I was working as a teacher at a student care centre during my university days, I got to know Makcik (auntie) G who was working there as a cook. I remembered how outstanding her nasi ayam (chicken rice) and nasi lemak (coconut milk rice) were – definitely some of the best I had ever […]

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Heng’s Pepper Soup Herbs & Spices

Earlier, I had tried Heng’s Satay Celup Sauce which is actually meant for lok-lok. However, as I had only bought one packet, it wasn’t sufficient to make enough soup for a proper hotpot so I changed it into a sauce for satay bee hoon instead. Added extra peanut butter to give it a more creamy and […]

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Ayam Pongteh Recipe using Heng’s Pongteh Sauce

Ayam pongteh is a Nyonya-style chicken and potato stew which I really love as my Gran used to cook it often when I was little. The tau cheo (fermented soy beans) in the sauce is the most important ingredient. It really gives a beautifully deep and rich umami flavour to the dish. If you’re interested […]

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Stir Fried Leeks Recipe (with Roast Pork)

Roasted a huge slab of pork belly earlier (click here for my Crispy Roast Pork Recipe) as I wanted to use the extras to create a few other dishes. In the end, there weren’t a lot of leftovers to make use of because the roast pork itself was so addictive, we couldn’t stop eating it, […]

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Salt Baked Chicken Recipe 盐焗鸡

Been a while since I last had salt baked chicken at Lam’s which has outlets all over Singapore such as Marina Square, Race Course Road, Causeway Point, Parkway Parade, Toa Payoh, Waterway Point, ION Orchard and West Mall. An unassuming dish at first glance but the key lies in that robust-tasting broth that’s really packed with a […]

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Bun Cha Recipe – Vietnamese Grilled Pork

If you can only eat one dish in Hanoi, make sure it’s the bun cha. The smokiness of the slightly charred grilled pork is always so intoxicating. Needless to say, moreish too. I’ve had two very good bun cha at Bun Cha 34 and Bun Cha Huong Lien (made famous by former US President Barack […]

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Bun Bo Nam Bo Recipe – Vietnamese beef noodle salad

It’s all about Vietnamese food so I will be sharing three Vietnamese recipes this week. If you’ve missed my Xoi Xeo Recipe (sticky rice with mung beans and fried shallots) earlier, click on the link to check it out. Today, I’m sharing how to make another ONE OF THE BEST things I’ve eaten in Hanoi […]

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Thai Yellow Curry Recipe

Earlier I had mentioned that I had bought the entire (well, almost) range of Maepranom brand curry pastes and this was the Yellow Curry that I had made. It tasted somewhat similar to the regular Chinese style curry which was not bad though I still prefer my usual A1 Instant Chicken Curry Sauce (see my […]

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Stir Fried Bitter Gourd Recipe (with pork shoulder)

I must admit, bitter gourd is my least favourite among all vegetables because of its taste. But if the bitter gourd is properly prepared and cooked in a style that I like, I really don’t mind having it every now and then because it has amazing health benefits which include lowering bad cholesterol level, cleansing the […]

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Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

Our website now sports a brand new look! ?  It’s not 100% complete yet as we still need to make some adjustments but I do think this new version is a big improvement from the previous one. Thanks to my wonderful tech team who made this possible. ?? ?? As you can see from this recipe […]

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Braised Chicken with Chestnuts Recipe

Hadn’t been able to blog as often as I wished to recently as I had been tied up with other work. Needed time to work on a BIG project too as Spring Tomorrow will be undergoing a major revamp! Well, I don’t have a specific date to roll out the new site yet as there […]

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Pad Prik King Recipe

Pad Prik King is a dry Thai curry that doesn’t have coconut milk in it. The curry paste is basically stir fried in oil till fragrant before adding any meat and/or vegetables. Earlier I had bought like the entire range (well, almost) of Maepranom brand curry pastes which included this Phad Prig Khing curry paste. […]

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Thai Green Curry Recipe

Yesterday was red. Today is green. ? If you’ve missed out on my earlier recipe post, check out my Thai Red Curry Recipe. I’ve cooked and eaten Thai curries for two days back to back which I don’t mind because it’s a real time saver to use the Maepranom brand of curry pastes – very […]

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