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Snacks & Finger Foods

Smoked Salmon Rice Paper Rolls with Hoisin Peanut Dipping Sauce

Found a brand new pack of rice paper wrappers in my pantry so decided to make Vietnamese spring rolls. I remembered how much I enjoyed the Summer Rolls from Pho Street which also came with this savoury dipping sauce. I tried to recreate the piquant sauce with hoisin sauce, peanut butter and ground peanuts and […]

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Frittata Muffins with Potatoes, Mushrooms & Cheese

A brunch recipe which is super easy to make and perfect for those of you who don’t like to do (too much) cooking and cleaning up over the weekend just like me. Each frittata muffin is made up of a hearty breakfast combination – potato, egg, mushroom, cheese, milk and tomatoes – all in a […]

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Turkey Bacon, Corn and Cheese Muffins Recipe

It’s the first day of Chinese New Year but I’m going nowhere because my family and I aren’t celebrating the festival due to the recent demise of my paternal granny as we are observing a 100-day mourning period. It’s been a grieving week. Thought my maternal grandmother who has final stage pancreatic cancer would go […]

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Spicy Sweet Hotdog and French Fries

I was inspired to make this dish at home because of a previous bad experience when I ordered a similar dish from a mixed rice stall in my neighbourhood. The hotdogs and french fries were all deep fried in oil – very crispy but the fries were oozing oil with every bite which became quite […]

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Cinnamon Sugar Breadsticks Recipe – use bread crusts or stale bread, reduce food waste

These days making sandwiches aren’t just about slapping on a spread or stacking pieces of ham and cheese between two slices of bread. There are so many fanciful sandwich making tools that allow us to make really creative and cute sandwiches that come in all sorts of shapes and designs. And with that, we are […]

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Roti Jala Recipe

Roti Jala (or lacy/net pancake) is a popular Malaysian snack that is usually served with chicken or mutton curry. The ones that we get from outside are yellowish in colour (with added ground turmeric) and may also contain coconut milk for that extra aroma. For my healthy version of roti jala, I substituted the coconut […]

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Singapore Roti John Recipe

I always chuckle when I think of roti john because it reminds me of the first time the husband and I played Taboo (Singapore edition). He hadn’t eaten roti john before and he didn’t know everything about Singaporean cuisine since he only moved to Singapore from the UK not long then but he managed to […]

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Sweet Potato Chips Recipe

Oven baked. Greaseless. Fat free. No salt. That’s how I prefer my sweet potato chips to be so the only flavouring factor depends on the sweet potato’s own natural sweetness. I picked Vietnamese yellow sweet potatoes but you can of course use the orange/purple variety or a mix of both. If going plain isn’t your […]

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Spring Onion Pancake Recipe (with my home-grown spring onions)

Watching my tomato and chilli seeds sprouting and growing up everyday for the last few months has been quite phenomenal because it just feels like I’m bringing up little kids, haha. Due to the inadequate conditions of my make-do ‘concrete gardening plot’ at the lift lobby outside my apartment, my tomato and chilli seem to […]

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Crispy Fried Wonton Recipe

There’s nothing better than having a cheat day to emotionally satisfy our craving which is something that the husband and I always look forward to. So what’s cooking up today? Crispy and crunchy, deep-fried wontons! This recipe is similar to my soupy wonton recipeΒ except that I have used pork instead of chicken and more prawns […]

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Scotch Egg Recipe

I had my first Scotch egg when I first went to England many years ago. Bought a ready-to-eat one from Sainsbury’s which wasn’t out of this world but it was still decent since it was considered a novelty snack to me. In my recent cruise on Sapphire Princess, I had an outstanding Scotch egg during […]

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Mushroom Quesadilla Recipe

Quesadillas make lovely savoury tea-time snacks or even as a meal on their own without being heavily loaded with carbs like a thick pizza crust or sandwich bread. While I always enjoy combinations of ham & cheese and bacon & chicken for my quesadillas, I thought I’d make a meatless one this time. What could […]

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French Toast with Caramelised Bananas Recipe

I had been craving for a banana french toast since having one at Flock Cafe ages ago and decided I should just make it at home. Needless to say, this is now one of my favourite breakfast recipes πŸ™‚ I must admit, this isn’t healthy fare because of the use of butter but to reduce […]

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Full English Breakfast Recipe

A stay-in Sunday often means we need to start off the day with a feast fit for a king that can fuel us through the morning. And what’s better than a hearty brunch of a full English breakfast? Different colours, different textures, different flavours all on one plate that somehow still manage to gel together […]

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Kimchi Pancake Recipe

I had half a pack of kimchi left in the fridge after making bibimbap the night before and thought I’d use it to make kimchijeon (kimchi pancake) as a tea time snack. If you have prawns or squids, you can always turn this into aΒ more substantial seafood pancake. Just need toΒ double the portion of ingredients […]

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Chinese New Year Recipe: Oven Baked Crab Stick Crackers

Earlier I had shared my Sweet & Spicy Crab Stick Salad Recipe. And this was what I had done with the main bulk of the crab sticks I bought. The version that I sampledΒ from outside was actually deep fried in oil and they felt really greasy to the touch so I tried making mine a […]

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