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Black Vinegar Chicken Recipe 黑醋鸡

I think one of my neighbours must have recently welcomed a new little bundle of joy in the family because I’ve been smelling the aroma of Pig Trotters In Vinegar (猪脚醋) and Sesame Oil Chicken (麻油鸡) almost everyday. They are common dishes that new mommies will have when they are in confinement (坐月子) after giving […]

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How to Make a Mason Jar Salad

I started making salads in jars since last year after coming across lovely pictures of mason jar salad on social media. It’s such a great way to prep your meal in advance especially if you’re trying to eat more healthy by bringing lunches to work. Just need to get ready the ingredients the day before, […]

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Stir Fried Leeks Recipe (with Roast Pork)

Roasted a huge slab of pork belly earlier (click here for my Crispy Roast Pork Recipe) as I wanted to use the extras to create a few other dishes. In the end, there weren’t a lot of leftovers to make use of because the roast pork itself was so addictive, we couldn’t stop eating it, […]

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Salt Baked Chicken Recipe 盐焗鸡

Been a while since I last had salt baked chicken at Lam’s which has outlets all over Singapore such as Marina Square, Race Course Road, Causeway Point, Parkway Parade, Toa Payoh, Waterway Point, ION Orchard and West Mall. An unassuming dish at first glance but the key lies in that robust-tasting broth that’s really packed with a […]

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Pork Rib Prawn Noodle Recipe 排骨虾面

Was in the Novena area recently as I was craving for my favourite Pork Rib Prawn Noodle from Whitley Road Big Prawn Mee. I love it because the soup is always so robust-tasting and flavoursome. And they also serve up a delicious assortment of fried ngoh hiang which you can pair with your noodles. Yum. That […]

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Tea Rice Recipe (inspired by the Japanese ochazuke)

This Tea Rice Recipe is inspired by the Japanese Tea Rice (or ochazuke) that I had at NTUC Foodfare @ Khoo Teck Puat Hospital some time back. It’s a soupy, hearty and comforting meal which is something that I like to have every now and then. Needless to say, it is extremely healthy too especially when […]

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Green Chilli Dried Shrimp Recipe

When J wanted to check out a new property recently, it just suddenly dawned on me that we are about to hit the 5-year MOP for our current flat. Probably not a good time to move yet. The Thomson-East Coast MRT Line will be ready by 2020 and that may just bring up the value […]

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Stir Fried Bitter Gourd Recipe (with pork shoulder)

I must admit, bitter gourd is my least favourite among all vegetables because of its taste. But if the bitter gourd is properly prepared and cooked in a style that I like, I really don’t mind having it every now and then because it has amazing health benefits which include lowering bad cholesterol level, cleansing the […]

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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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Thai Style Hot and Sour Curry Recipe

I don’t remember eating a hot & sour curry in Thailand or any Thai restaurant before so when I saw this Maepranom Brand’s Hot and Sour Curry Paste, I just had to grab one to try. This hot and sour curry tasted pretty unique because the spice paste contained shrimp paste so overall, it was […]

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Thai Glass Noodle Salad Recipe

Previously, I had shared a Glass Noodle Salad Recipe in which I had added chicken breast meat. When I came back from Bangkok, I thought of making the dish again in the same way that I had it while there. Less colours this time as this remake version of Glass Noodle Salad consisted of mainly […]

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Pad Prik King Recipe

Pad Prik King is a dry Thai curry that doesn’t have coconut milk in it. The curry paste is basically stir fried in oil till fragrant before adding any meat and/or vegetables. Earlier I had bought like the entire range (well, almost) of Maepranom brand curry pastes which included this Phad Prig Khing curry paste. […]

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Green Mango Salad Recipe

Bought some green mangoes from the Thai Supermarket @ Golden Mile Complex (S$6.50/kg) and made this green mango salad. It’s really very easy to make this because the dressing is just a simple concoction of fish sauce, sugar and lime juice. The key is to strike a balance between the ingredients as the dressing is […]

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Stir Fried Razor Clams & Leeks with XO Sauce Recipe

Last week, I shared a Stir Fried Scallops with XO Sauce Recipe in which I had also recommended Heng’s brand of XO sauce which I bought off Qoo10. Using the same XO sauce, I made another stir fry dish this time with razor clams and leeks. With a good XO sauce, everything can be made […]

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Steamed Abalone Recipe

I’m sure many of you in Singapore would have eaten canned abalone before especially during Chinese New Year period when Chinese restaurants would serve yu sheng with it or at Chinese wedding banquets too. But have you tried whole abalones with shell on yet? I hadn’t previously so when I came across this Abalone with […]

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Oven-Baked Peanut Chicken Recipe

No, it’s not a plate of muah chee though it really looks like it, lol. I’ve made peanut chicken nuggets for movie snack this time. I always have coarsely ground roasted peanuts in my pantry as it’s an ingredient that I use pretty often when I make muah chee and glutinous rice dumplings. Sometimes, I’ll […]

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