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Kenchinjiru – Comforting Japanese Vegetable Soup

Kenchinjiru is a Japanese-style vegetable soup that is made with an assortment of root vegetables and tofu. My version of kenchinjiru is non-vegetarian as I have used bonito seasoning to make the stock and have also added fish cakes in it. Nonetheless, it’s still a pretty wholesome and hearty soup to have. And because it […]

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Mushroom Barley Soup Recipe

This Mushroom Barley Soup is an excellent healthy one-dish meal to make. It is also suitable for diabetics and pre-diabetics who need to watch their diet and daily food intake as this dish is low in calories, fat and GI. Fighting Diabetes I am highlighting the topic of ‘diabetes’ today because all of us 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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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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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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Healthy Clam Chowder Recipe (with no cream)

If you’ve been following my blog and/or checking out my past recipes, you’ll realise that I use skimmed milk and Greek yogurt a lot in my cooking and baking. I choose to use such healthier alternatives because they are either low in saturated fat or contain no added sugar (or reduced amount) which is one […]

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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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Fish Maw Soup Recipe 鱼鳔蟹肉羹

Today’s weather seems rather erratic. Woke up to a morning of haze and then it began raining cats & dogs for hours. What a depressing start for a Friday. Thought I would make something comforting, just to chase away the blues. Gotta be a hot & piping, hearty & wholesome soup. This is Fish Maw […]

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Chicken Meatball and Cucumber Soup Recipe

A simple, comforting soup dish which you can easily make if you always have homemade chicken broth ready in the freezer or fridge. If no, you can always make one by dissolving 2 chicken stock cubes in 1 litre of hot water. Meatballs wise, I chose to use lean minced chicken to keep this lower […]

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Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe

I first heard of gumbo when I watched Guy Fieri’s food adventures on Triple D. It’s actually a stew or thick soup that’s made of either meat or seafood and various vegetables including okra that’s used as a thickener. With the leftover sausages I had from last week’s festive feasting, I turned them into a […]

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Chicken Radish Soup Recipe 白萝卜鸡汤

Time for some detoxification to ease those guilt from weekend overeating. And one of the best things to have would be a hot Chicken Radish Soup that’s not only tasty but nutritious and ‘cooling’ for the body too. Radish is an affordable root vegetable that has so many health benefits that most of us probably […]

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Korean Army Stew | Budae Jjigae Recipe

Army stew is quite commonly found on the menus of most Korean restaurants in Singapore and is typically priced in the range of S$40-50 but the portion is often good enough to be shared by at least 4 persons. I would call this a Korean version of steamboat because it literally is a pot filled […]

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Lung Nourishing White Fungus Soup 雪耳润肺汤

I got the idea to make this soup after seeing a soup pack being sold in the supermarket for the same recipe so I sort of estimated the amount of ingredients needed for it and bought them separately for this. I was curious as to why this particular soup was considered a lung nourishing one […]

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Chicken Soup with Chinese Yam and Clams

I was flipping through a Chinese soup cookbook at a bookshop some time ago just to get some inspiration for new soups to make and I came across this recipe that combined clams and Chinese yam. Normally I wouldn’t think of having both seafood and poultry in a soup as I felt the former would […]

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Chicken, Sausage and Bean Stew Recipe

I hope those of you residing in Singapore are keeping well and healthy. My sinuses are acting up like crazy, thanks to the haze that seems to be getting worse again today ? I’m trying to refrain from eating heaty stuffs cos’ my throat is just so uncomfortable these days so I’m mainly craving for simple […]

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Chicken Udon Noodle Soup Recipe

If I’m not specifically making chicken stock to store in the freezer, I like to cook a bigger pot of chicken soup (ABC, chicken-radish and the like) so that I can keep the extra soup for another meal the next day – really saves time and effort! I don’t really like using store-bought stocks because […]

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