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Rice, Pasta & Noodles

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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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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Basil Omelette Recipe – So simple but so tasty!

One of the best things I ate during my last Bangkok trip was this basil omelette with rice dish at the Pier 21 food court of Terminal 21. I customised my omelette with ham, oyster mushrooms and basil leaves, which the chef made right on the spot. Interestingly, even though it was just a simple […]

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Greek Yogurt and Kimchi Pasta Recipe

This Yogurt and Kimchi Pasta isn’t quite a dish on its own though you can probably still enjoy it alone if you don’t like too much frills in your pasta. I’ve actually made this as a side dish to pair with Chicken Skewers which I’ll be sharing the recipe right after this. Never really expect […]

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Easy Ham Fried Rice Recipe 火腿炒饭

Inspired by the Western Fried Rice from West Grill Station that had me coming back 3 times in 2 weeks. It was just a very humble dish of ham fried rice to be honest but the outlet in my neighbourhood did it so well, I could taste wok hei in every mouthful of the fried […]

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Malaysian Style Fried Porridge Recipe

Fried porridge (炒粥) is like the porridge version of a fried rice where you literally fry porridge with an assortment of ingredients and seasonings. It’s a Malaysian dish that originated from Penang. While I didn’t get the chance to try fried porridge in my recent trip to Penang, I had heard good feedback from a […]

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