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Chinese Chicken Chop Recipe 中式鸡扒

I shared a Chinese Pork Chop Recipe yesterday that was inspired by my Granny’s dish of the same name. And today I’m posting a Chinese Chicken Chop Recipe. 😆 Sounds the same but they are different. 😀 In this recipe, I’ve used honey instead of sugar which gives the chicken a nice glaze and flavour. […]

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Chinese Pork Chop Recipe 中式猪扒

Granny used to make ‘fusion’ Western food quite often when I was little. Mainly pork chops and chicken chops that she would marinate with Chinese seasonings and then served with several other dishes with rice. I thought of replicating her style of cooking with this Chinese Pork Chop Recipe. The meat is redolent of oyster […]

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Chicken, Pepperoni and Bacon Club Sandwich

The club sandwich is one of my all-time favourite sandwiches because they are huge and thick with plenty of ingredients so you get to taste different flavours and textures all at once. From the tender chicken breast, crispy bacon, smoky pepperoni to the savoury cheese, sweet tomatoes and crunchy lettuce – everything just come together so […]

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Fried Chicken Cutlet Recipe – Served Hainanese Style!

Ever since I discovered 5 Star Corner Western Food at Hougang Central two years ago, it has become my favourite place to go for pork and chicken cutlets. Their food is affordably priced and come in sizeable portions. Definitely gives more bang for your buck. And the best thing is, their pork and chicken cutlets […]

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Meatball Pasta with Gravy Recipe

Not too long ago, I have shared this Swedish Meatballs with Gravy and Lingonberry Jam Recipe. That is simple comfort food that easily pleases the taste buds of both the young and old at home. Just like how many of us still enjoy having IKEA Swedish Meatballs every now and then. This Meatball Pasta with […]

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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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Tteokbokki Recipe – Spicy Korean Rice Cakes

You can easily find tteokbokki or spicy rice cakes at almost all food streets or markets in South Korea. It’s a very popular street food snack that really ticks all the right boxes – not just with tourists but locals too. It’s not hard to always spot K-actors buying/eating/cooking tteokbokki in almost every K-drama. 😀 […]

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