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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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Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

Our website now sports a brand new look! ?  It’s not 100% complete yet as we still need to make some adjustments but I do think this new version is a big improvement from the previous one. Thanks to my wonderful tech team who made this possible. ?? ?? As you can see from this recipe […]

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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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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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Stir Fried Satay Chicken Recipe

A simplified version of satay chicken without the extra hassle and work of skewering the meat and grilling them. Plus I would say this is a healthier recipe too because the skin and fats from the chicken have been trimmed and removed. Also, it’s not heavy-handed with sodium or seasonings as the different spices used […]

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Potato Chips Crusted Chicken Nuggets Recipe

Occasionally on Fridays, the husband and I would have our own stay-in movie nights when we would just watch a couple of movies and munch on finger food, cheeses and nuts till the wee hours of the next morning. So I’d just prepare snacky types of food that we can easily eat with our hands […]

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Japanese Curry Soba Noodles Recipe

Japanese curry soba noodles? Perhaps curry udon or curry ramen is more common here in Singapore but since I’m so hooked onto soba noodles these days, I just want to give this combination a try. The curry tastes so robust (I like S&B brand of Japanese curry sauce mix) and the gravy is good enough […]

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Thai Basil Chicken Recipe

One thing I love about Thai Basil Chicken is how sweet and aromatic the dish is because of the use of basil leaves which is one of my favourite herbs. While the ones I’ve had outside previously were mostly drier versions (almost dry to little sauce) served with steamed rice and a sunny side up, […]

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Pulled Chicken Wrap Recipe

This is a poultry version of my Pulled Pork Recipe. I had made some adjustments to the sauce by using fresh tomatoes instead of canned ones and also added water to give it more moisture. And for a refreshing change, I decided to use store-bought frozen chapati as a wrap instead of the regular tortilla […]

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Spicy Chicken Apple Sausage Recipe

Been about 3 weeks now and I think my post-op recovery is going well so far. The swell (sometimes causes slight breathing difficulty but not a big deal) and pain are still there but I can easily move around and get out of the house now. Haven’t been doing any cooking so far (can’t lift […]

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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 Recipe that had […]

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Getting Started in Bento-Making and a Korean Chicken Bulgogi Recipe

Counting down to 3 more days to my operation on Saturday. My windpipe has indeed been displaced by the big lump on my thyroid which my previous doctor had failed to detect so that explains why I have been experiencing discomfort and difficulty in breathing. I’m glad that I’m now in the good hands of […]

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Steamed Chicken Recipe (with Ginger)

Those who have tried my Rice Cooker Chicken Claypot Rice Recipe might find the taste of this dish somewhat familiar because that was where I extracted the idea of doing this steamed chicken by using a similar seasoning sauce – one that’s rich, salty, savoury and sweet with a touch of zing from fresh ginger […]

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Oven Baked Curry Chicken Recipe

Has anyone of you ever cooked a dish because it reminded you of your childhood or a very important person in your life? When I was in primary school, I was very fond of eating the fried chicken wings from the Malay stall at the school canteen because they had this hint of curry flavour […]

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Sweet and Sour Chicken Recipe with Lychees

“Tis the season to be jolly, Fa la la la la, la la la la. China lychees are here finally, Fa la la la la, la la la la.” Ok I’m not celebrating any festive season, lol but I’m just thrilled that my favourite fruit is in season again. Lychee is such a wonderful tropical fruit […]

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Braised Chicken with Celery in Tomato Sauce Recipe

I collected my blood test results on Saturday and it’s both good and bad news. Good news is, my thyroid function is perfectly fine. Bad news is, as I do not have a thyroid disorder, it just means the lump on my neck is an unknown growth. Whether it’s benign or malignant, I’ll only know […]

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