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Knorr Salted Egg Powder Recipe – Salted Egg Prawns

Again hands up if you’ve tried my Salted Egg Prawn Recipe. πŸ˜€ It’s one of my favourite things to make because my family enjoys the dish so much, it’s always the first to run out at every meal gathering. And I’m always glad to see how much joy and smiles good food can bring to […]

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Panang Curry Recipe | Beef Phanaeng

Today, I’m sharing the last recipe using ready-made curry paste from Maepranom Brand that I’ve bought from the Thai supermarket at Golden Mile Complex. It’s a Thai Beef Panang Curry Recipe which is also known asΒ beef phanaeng. Like the previous curry pastes, this one has no MSG too so the key is to adjust the […]

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Ayam Masak Merah Recipe (Spicy Tomato Chicken)

When I was working as a teacher at a student care centre during my university days, I got to know Makcik (auntie) G who was working there as a cook. I remembered how outstanding her nasi ayam (chicken rice) and nasi lemak (coconut milk rice) were – definitely some of the best I had ever […]

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Thai Style Hot and Sour Curry Recipe

I don’t remember eating a hot & sour curry in Thailand or any Thai restaurant before so when I saw this Maepranom Brand’s Hot and Sour Curry Paste, I just had to grab one to try. This hot and sour curry tasted pretty unique because the spice paste contained shrimp paste so overall, it was […]

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Thai Glass Noodle Salad Recipe

Previously, I had shared a Glass Noodle Salad Recipe in which I had added chicken breast meat. When I came back from Bangkok, I thought of making the dish again in the same way that I had it while there. Less colours this time as this remake version of Glass Noodle Salad consisted of mainly […]

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Pad Prik King Recipe

Pad Prik King is a dry Thai curry that doesn’t have coconut milk in it. The curry paste is basically stir fried in oil till fragrant before adding any meat and/or vegetables. Earlier I had bought like the entire range (well, almost) of Maepranom brand curry pastes which included this Phad Prig Khing curry paste. […]

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Green Mango Salad Recipe

Bought some green mangoes from the Thai Supermarket @ Golden Mile Complex (S$6.50/kg) and made this green mango salad. It’s really very easy to make this because the dressing is just a simple concoction of fish sauce, sugar and lime juice. The key is to strike a balance between the ingredients as the dressing is […]

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Thai Green Curry Recipe

Yesterday was red. Today is green. ? If you’ve missed out on my earlier recipe post, check out my Thai Red Curry Recipe. I’ve cooked and eaten Thai curries for two days back to back which I don’t mind because it’s a real time saver to use the Maepranom brand of curry pastes – very […]

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Thai Red Curry Recipe

Sawadee ka! I’m into Thailand mode this week because I’ll be rolling out my Bangkok travel posts very soon, woohoo! We ate so much stuff while there and I can’t wait to share all these good eats with you all. Stay tuned! ? Today, I would like to share a Thai Red Curry Recipe using […]

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Garlic Chicken with Chinese Celery Recipe

Chinese celery is very aromatic and grassy, almost like an intensified flavour of regular celery hence I seldom ate it and never cooked with it previously because of that. However, my opinion of Chinese celery had kinda changed since eating the oyster cake from Teochew Meat Puff. I had probably acquired the taste for it […]

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Fried Rice with Noodles Recipe

No, it’s not Fried Rice Noodles. It is Fried Rice with Noodles which is a combination of both fried rice and fried noodles in one. I’m not sure how I got the idea to do something like this but I just remember coming across this dish somewhere before. Anyway, I made this dish Asian-style like […]

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Penang Char Kway Teow Recipe

Char kway teow is basically stir fried flat rice noodles with typical ingredients like lup cheong (Chinese sausage), prawns, beansprouts, etc. The Penang-style char kway teow is similar to our local Hokkien-style char kway teow (click on the link for recipe) except no sweet soy sauce is used. As lup cheong releases oil when fried, […]

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Japanese Chicken Katsudon Recipe

Chicken katsudon is a Japanese-style fried chicken cutlet rice bowl. Some restaurants like to serve the chicken katsu with a sweet & tangy sauce that’s made with ketchup and Worcestershire sauce but I prefer mine with dashi stock, egg and onions. My husband enjoyed the chicken because the outside was crispy and the inside was […]

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Singapore Chilli Crab Style Prawns Recipe

Singapore Chilli Crab is no doubt one of our iconic local dishes. While I do like to indulge in the chilli crab from Jumbo Seafood every now and then, nothing beats the flavoursome chilli crab that my maternal grandma used to make. I came across Violet Oon’s chilli crab recipe a while ago and it […]

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