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Fried Kway Teow with Chicken Recipe

Fancied a Fried Kway Teow (flat rice noodles) so decided to make it for lunch. ๐Ÿ˜€ It’s one of my favourite dishes to make when I’m cooking for one or two because it isn’t a lot of work to prepare and it’s quick to whip up. Just like a fried rice. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Use Kecap Manis […]

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Mee Goreng Recipe

The thought of mee goreng just makes me salivate. At a whopping 500 calories (at least) per serving with high content of saturated fat and sodium, it’s definitely no heart-friendly hawker fare to enjoy on a daily basis. Good thing is, it’s not difficult to make mee goreng at home. I always find the ones […]

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Stir Fried Seaweed Chicken Noodles Recipe

In one of my previous posts about factory outlet shopping at Woodlands Loop, I mentioned about this Japanese Crispy Chicken with Seaweed from CS Tay (read the blog post here) which is one of the few processed foods that I do buy and use in cooking. And this is a one dish meal that I […]

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Korean Japchae (Mixed Vegetables) Recipe

Korean japchae is very similar to the Chinese chap chye where both literally mean ‘a mixture of different vegetables’. One thing that I really like about japchae is the use of dangmyeon (sweet potato noodles – you can get this from Korean supermarkets or NTUC Fairprice) which are thick and more chewy than the normal […]

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Char Kway Teow Recipe (No Pork Lard)

Char kway teow (aka stir fried flat rice noodles) is one of our top national dishes in Singapore that so many of us love especially the crispy pork lard that really gives it depth and flavour as well as the juicy cockles. However as we are all getting health conscious these days, eating char kway […]

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Oven Roasted Chicken Noodles Recipe

I made wonton noodles over the weekend and had a few bundles of egg noodles left in the fridge so I paired the noodles with some roasted chicken drumsticks for a complete new dish. The marinate sauce for the noodles is the same as what I’d do for the dry wonton noodles, simply by using […]

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