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Steamed Tofu Recipe (with prawns, oyster mushrooms & egg custard)

Steamed tofu? Standard. Steamed egg? Boring. How about steamed tofu with steamed egg and a whole lot more of flavour and crunch? And indeed, this was what I came up with, that truly represented my passion for ‘rojak’ (means ‘mixture’ in Malay) cooking, lol. I had so much ingredients, sauce & garnish on top that […]

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Chicken Wanton Soup with Enoki Mushrooms Recipe

Happy new year, peeps! Finally I have my first post of the year up! ๐Ÿ™‚ And I just want to share this chicken wanton recipe because I’ve just made tons of them, enough to host a wanton party at home, lol. I’ve been happily hosting guests over the festive season that it hasn’t quite struck […]

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Soy Sauce Fried Batang Fish Recipe

Fish are really getting more and more expensive these days. Whenever I go marketing, it just pains me to buy that tiny slab of fresh cod (1 person’s portion or the most 2) at $10 a piece. The husband always comments that my cooking is more expensive than eating out, lol which I don’t deny […]

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Salt and Pepper Chicken Recipe (ๆค’็›้ธก)

Whenever I visit my in-laws in England, I most look forward to our big family meals because the folks are really good cooks. Not only I enjoy all the dishes prepared, I truly appreciate the warmth of a real big family. And the atmosphere never fails to bring me back to when I was little […]

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Kung Pao Chicken Recipe ๅฎซไฟ้ธกไธ

Whenever I order a takeaway at my favourite mixed rice stall in my neighbourhood, I’d always look out for their kung pao chicken which consists of juicy cubes of chicken leg/thigh meat and fragrant dried chillies in a savoury sauce. I just wish they would add cashew nuts, trim the skin/fats on the chicken, use […]

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Spicy Egg Plant with Minced Pork Recipe

I have a love-hate relationship with egg plant (also known as brinjal or aubergine). It’s the texture that just doesn’t appeal to me. Also I find its bitter flavour more of an acquired taste, that’s why I’d refuse to eat it when I was little. It all depends on how it is being cooked but […]

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