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Rice, Pasta & Noodles

Brown Rice Vermicelli with Stewed Pork

Brown Rice vs. White Rice. All that ongoing health hype is probably making more and more people in Singapore choose whole grains over refined grains. Besides brown rice itself, you may have noticed that our supermarkets here are now stocked up with brown rice products as well – brown rice pasta, brown rice flour and […]

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Maggi Goreng Recipe – Take Instant Noodles To The Next Level

Made Maggi Goreng today because the hubby had requested for it. It’s one of his favourite dishes to order at any mamak stall as he loves instant noodles. On the other hand, I’m not a big fan of Maggi Goreng as I prefer instant noodles on their own but I don’t mind having Mee Goreng every […]

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Baked Mushroom Pasta Recipe – For the Love of Cheese

Made this vegetarian Baked Mushroom Pasta for W as she wanted to give it to a friend who had baked her a cake for her recent birthday. How sweet. It was a last minute request and I couldn’t get ingredients for complicated dishes so thought I would do a pasta bake for her. It’s one […]

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Vietnamese Beef Pho Recipe

Not too long ago, I shared a Vietnamese Chicken Pho Recipe. And today, it’s going to be a Beef Pho Recipe. Both are rather similar in terms of preparation and cooking methods except that the base of each broth is different. That is, using either chicken or beef to make the broth. You’ll also notice […]

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Soto Ayam Recipe

Soto Ayam is a yellow-coloured spiced chicken soup that is commonly found in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. It is typically served with ketupat (rice dumpling), noodles or vermicelli and can be enjoyed as any meal of the day. A new coffee shop opened in my neighbourhood recently and I tried the Malay stall for lunch […]

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Vietnamese Porridge Recipe (Chao Suon Sun)

One of the best highlights of my Hanoi trip was eating this amazing Vietnamese porridge by the roadside near my hotel. It’s called Chao Suon Sun which means ‘pork ribs & cartilage porridge’. Unlike Cantonese style porridge in which we can find lots of ingredients like minced meat, meat slices and/or century egg, this porridge […]

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