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Chicken Carrot Porridge Recipe

This simple Chicken Carrot Porridge recipe inspiration came from my mum when she only had carrots and chicken meat left in her fridge. She turned that into a lovely, hot porridge for lunch which she had without any seasoning as she normally prefers plain food. To make it slightly more palatable than just that, I used […]

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Kung Pao Chicken Recipe 宫保鸡丁

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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Minced Pork Patties with Lotus Root Recipe

Every time I cook lotus root soup, I would get leftovers of lotus root as it’s often sold in huge sizes in the supermarket and it’s just too much for a pot of soup. So these days, I would first slice up a small bunch and keep in the fridge for next day to prepare […]

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Fried Bee Hoon with Stewed Pork Recipe

This Fried Bee Hoon with Stewed Pork Recipe is one of my favourite one-dish recipes. Normally if I have to cook lunch on weekends, this would be one easy dish to prepare. The stewed pork has a rich and flavourful gravy that makes the bee hoon slightly moist and savoury tasty. And this dish reminds me […]

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Broccoli with Abalone and Scallops Recipe

The family has the tendency to stock up on canned abalones every Chinese New Year especially when there’s a deal so whenever we need to celebrate any occasion at home, a can of abalone is always readily available for cooking. I used to like abalone a lot because it was something that we only eat […]

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Stir Fried Bean Sprouts with Salted Fish Recipe

I always buy bean sprouts from the market for about 30 cents and then spend an hour or so plucking away the roots off every sprout. Not that I particularly enjoy this task but I guess its more worthwhile than paying 5 times this price for ready-to-be-used ones. All the trouble just to save that […]

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Poached Chicken Rice Recipe

Why would chicken rice taste good without the chicken fats? That’s why I call my version a generic Poached Chicken Rice Recipe instead of Hainanese Chicken Rice Recipe because I have deviated from the traditional way of making oily rice. But overall, the taste of my chicken is still pretty authentic. There is an excellent […]

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Sweet and Sour Pork Chops Recipe

The traditional 咕噜肉 (Cantonese style sweet & sour pork) consists of deep fried pork in a sweet & sour sauce and many restaurants here like to use pretty fatty pork so that the fats become crispy once fried and when you bite into them, oil just bursts in your mouth. This is a slightly healthier, […]

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Fish with Ginger and Spring Onions Recipe 姜葱鱼片

Whenever my family and I have meals in Chinese restaurants, stir fried fish with ginger & spring onions is probably the only fish dish we’d order as it’s easier to eat (without bones), lower in cholesterol compared to other seafood choices and doesn’t taste fishy due to the use of ginger that can conceal any […]

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