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Salad & Vegetables

Stir Fried Sugar Snap Peas Recipe (with Lotus Root)

This Sugar Snap Peas Recipe is a very simple stir fry of chicken meat and vegetables which can also be easily substituted with other ingredients that you normally prefer such as cauliflower, broccoli, snow peas etc. However, I would suggest keeping one essential element of this stir fry i.e. the lotus root as it really […]

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How to Make a Mason Jar Salad

I started making salads in jars since last year after coming across lovely pictures of mason jar salad on social media. It’s such a great way to prep your meal in advance especially if you’re trying to eat more healthy by bringing lunches to work. Just need to get ready the ingredients the day before, […]

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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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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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Cold Crab Pasta Salad Recipe – Using onion raita as salad dressing

This Crab Pasta Salad Recipe was inspired by the Onion Raita I made earlier. Like what I’ve mentioned in my previous post, the raita is a very flexible side dish which you can eat with biryani or use it as a salad dressing like what I’ve done here. Normally when we buy Greek yogurt from […]

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Onion Raita Recipe – A healthy and delicious condiment

Raita is a common side dish that’s typically served with biryani in Indian cuisine. It’s an unassuming side dish made with either vegetables, pulses or fruits and then mixed with yogurt before seasoning it. I’ve not really paid a lot of attention to the raita previously because I don’t eat it often enough. But I […]

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