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Maggi Goreng Recipe – Take Instant Noodles To The Next Level

Made Maggi Goreng today because the hubby had requested for it. It’s one of his favourite dishes to order at any mamak stall as he loves instant noodles. On the other hand, I’m not a big fan of Maggi Goreng as I prefer instant noodles on their own but I don’t mind havingΒ Mee Goreng every […]

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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 Yellow Curry Recipe

Earlier I had mentioned that I had bought the entire (well, almost) range of Maepranom brand curry pastes and this was the Yellow Curry that I had made. It tasted somewhat similar to the regular Chinese style curry which was not bad though I still prefer my usual A1 Instant Chicken Curry Sauce (see my […]

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Sesame Beef Noodles Recipe

My energy level has been really low in recent weeks. It’s just this feeling of malaise and fatigue that refuses to go away. And it doesn’t help that I keep wanting to fall asleep in the day and yet I’m still not able to sleep properly at night. Also, there have been frequent bouts of […]

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Fish Maw Soup Recipe ι±Όι³”θŸΉθ‚‰ηΎΉ

Today’s weather seems rather erratic. Woke up to a morning of haze and then it began raining cats & dogs for hours. What a depressing start for a Friday. Thought I would make something comforting, just to chase away the blues. Gotta be a hot & piping, hearty & wholesome soup. This is Fish Maw […]

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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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Quick and Easy Spicy Fish Floss Pasta Recipe

I shared my Spicy Fish Floss Recipe last week which was inspired by my Granny’s Nyonya-style fish floss. It’s a very versatile side dish that you can make in bulk in advance and then store the rest in containers (chilled) for later use. Try adding them to fried rice, noodles and sandwiches or even whip […]

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Spicy Fish Floss Recipe (using Shovelnose Ray)

My late granny used to make fish floss (she called it ‘her hu’ in Teochew) a lot when I was little because my father loved fishing then and every weekend he would come home with a huge catch of fish like sea bass and snapper. I really missed those moments when the kitchen would be […]

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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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Okra Salad Recipe (with prawns)

Previously I always tried to avoid the okra or what’s better known here in Singapore as ladies’ fingers. They have this gooey slime that just doesn’t appeal to me. And it’s only recently that I’ve sort of developed a liking for these pod vegetables. Having survived an episode of illness/surgery probably does change a person’s […]

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Pork Ribs Curry Recipe

My maternal grandmother makes a fabulous dry chicken curry that doesn’t require coconut milk which in turn makes it healthier too. For my version of ‘dry curry’, I decided to use pork ribs instead of chicken and packed a whole bunch of spices into the paste that really made the dish so flavoursome and moreish. […]

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Mee Rebus Recipe

Mee rebus is a noodle dish that’s made of thick yellow noodles in a spicy sweet curry-like gravy and it’s very popular in Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia. It was a dish that I enjoyed since I was little and it only cost S$0.50 for a plate back in my primary school days in the 80s. […]

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Lemongrass Chicken Stir Fry

When I first started my home cooking journey more than 2 years ago, I was very into spice ‘mixology’ and experimentation. I loved big flavours (and I still do) and I always tried to incorporate herbs and/or spices into my cooking whenever possible. I came up with a Lemongrass Chicken with Sunflower Seeds RecipeΒ that had […]

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Pork Shoulder with Salted Fish, Lotus Root and Braised Peanuts Recipe

Normally when we have Teochew porridge, we would eat plain rice congee with a variety of savoury dishes like fried salted fish, braised peanuts, salted vegetables, taucheo (fermented soy bean) pork – all served separately. This recipe is like a 3-in-1 dish that combines pork, braised peanuts and salted fish. It might seem like an […]

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