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Baked Salmon Belly Recipe (with Tamarind Sauce)

Tamarind is a wonderful fruit that’s commonly used in Asian cooking. Many might not know this but this pod-like fruit is also a great source of vitamins B & C, calcium and potassium. I like that it imparts a very unique and aromatic sweet/sour/sharp flavour to dishes that somewhat cannot be replaced by the common […]

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Salmon Shioyaki Recipe (using salmon jaws)

The salmon jaw is never a popular part of the salmon as compared to the belly (that almost melts in the mouth) plus it’s more troublesome to eat it cos’ of the jaw bone and pectoral fins. However, I do think the salmon jaw is quite underrated as the meat in that area is actually […]

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Sesame Salmon Recipe (with Fresh Fig Salad)

I love figs but the ones we get here in Singapore are usually the dried ones which I would normally add into my breakfast oats or just have them with assorted nuts for a healthy snack. When I saw beautiful fresh figs at the supermarket (uncommon so buy if you see them!), I just had […]

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Balsamic Honey Glazed Salmon Recipe

Oven baked salmon served with steamed vegetables is such a classic home-made dish because we know oil-rich salmon is good for us and such meals are just so easy and quick to prep. However it really can get boring over time so I like to play around with different sauces that I can glaze my […]

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My recipe in Shape Magazine July 2014 issue

Woohoo! I’m thrilled that Shape Magazine had featured my Cajun Spiced Salmon recipe (page 95) in their latest 10th Anniversary issue. Alternatively, check out my original recipe post here. Research shows that consuming salmon at least twice a week will lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases, prevent depression (benefits the brain!) and delay brain ageing. Truly […]

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Cajun Spiced Salmon with Mango Salsa Recipe

When I first tried making this salmon using the Happy Call Pan, it was a disaster as the marinate burnt and hence affected the appearance of the salmon too. This time round, I decided to pop the salmon into the oven to broil it. I was actually worried that the salmon might become too dry […]

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