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Sesame Oil Chicken Recipe 麻油鸡

The combination of ginger and sesame oil in Chinese cooking can be really amazing. It’s what I call a sensory experience because before we even get to taste the dish, we would already get a whiff of aroma that fills up the entire kitchen while the chicken is braising in an enticing sauce. That’s exactly […]

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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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Braised Sea Cucumber and Mushrooms Recipe

The vast selection of goods and services on Qoo10 is simply amazing. It’s like a marketplace for literally anything and everything. Not just fashion wear, furniture, gadgets and electronics but dining vouchers, groceries, fresh & frozen food too. Previously I had bought a packet of Abalone with Shell from Seafood Shifu on Qoo10 and made this […]

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Braised Chicken with Chestnuts Recipe

Hadn’t been able to blog as often as I wished to recently as I had been tied up with other work. Needed time to work on a BIG project too as Spring Tomorrow will be undergoing a major revamp! Well, I don’t have a specific date to roll out the new site yet as there […]

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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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Braised Leatherjacket Fish Recipe

It seems like the leatherjacket is usually not a preferred choice of fish for many. You don’t really see it on restaurant or tze char menus here in Singapore. Seldom see it at mixed rice stalls too. I wonder if it’s because it’s generally a low-priced fish so people tend to overlook it. Especially when […]

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