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Ayam Pongteh Recipe using Heng’s Pongteh Sauce

Ayam pongteh is a Nyonya-style chicken and potato stew which I really love as my Gran used to cook it often when I was little. The tau cheo (fermented soy beans) in the sauce is the most important ingredient. It really gives a beautifully deep and rich umami flavour to the dish. If you’re interested […]

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Salmon Pasta Bibimbap Recipe

If you’re a fan of Korean food, you should be very familiar with the bibimbap. It’s a scrumptious rice bowl with assorted vegetables, meat and egg (check out my Korean Bibimbap Recipe). Toss everything up with some kimchi and gochujang and eat it like a mixed rice – just like how those Korean stars in […]

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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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Peanut Sesame Muah Chee Recipe 花生芝麻麻糍

Earlier I have posted a Peanut Muah Chee Recipe which I regard as a healthier version because it uses less oil and less sugar. And now I’m sharing this other ‘less healthy but more aromatic’ Peanut Sesame Muah Chee Recipe. This recipe is inspired by the peanut and sesame muah chee from Hougang 6 Miles […]

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Stir Fried Sea Cucumber with Tofu and Vegetables

Had some sea cucumber left after making Braised Sea Cucumber and Mushrooms earlier. Thought I would make Stir Fried Sea Cucumber this time so you can see how versatile it is. The sea cucumber is soft and gelatinous when braised but it is springy with a bite when stir-fried. We don’t really eat sea cucumber all the […]

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Easy Peanut Muah Chee Recipe 花生麻糍

One of my all-time favourite snacks to eat since my childhood days. It was a must-get for me whenever I came across a pasar malam or muah chee stall. But since I started making muah chee at home a few years back, I no longer buy any from outside because it’s really easy and cheap […]

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Salt Baked Chicken Recipe 盐焗鸡

Been a while since I last had salt baked chicken at Lam’s which has outlets all over Singapore such as Marina Square, Race Course Road, Causeway Point, Parkway Parade, Toa Payoh, Waterway Point, ION Orchard and West Mall. An unassuming dish at first glance but the key lies in that robust-tasting broth that’s really packed with a […]

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