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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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Salted Fish Fried Rice Recipe 咸鱼炒饭

Fried rice has always been one of my specialty dishes as it was the first dish that my late Granny taught me how to make when I was a little kid. That’s probably why this easy-to-make rice dish always tastes so special to me – it’s a familiar taste of home, love and joy. I’m […]

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Fried Rice with Noodles Recipe

No, it’s not Fried Rice Noodles. It is Fried Rice with Noodles which is a combination of both fried rice and fried noodles in one. I’m not sure how I got the idea to do something like this but I just remember coming across this dish somewhere before. Anyway, I made this dish Asian-style like […]

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Ayam Pongteh Recipe (Nonya Style Chicken and Potato Stew)

While my Gran was a Teochew, she also had Peranakan roots as her mother was a pure Nonya. I guess it was because of that, hence Gran had inherited incredible family recipes that I used to enjoy so much when I was little. Dishes with tau cheo (fermented soya beans) were clearly her forte and […]

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Thai Chicken Salad Recipe

Recently I had been experimenting with Thai food again like pad thai, tom yum soup and this very appetising salad which I had it on its own as a light brunch. The aromatic and pungent smell of the ginger was balanced out by the sweet, salty, sour and spicy flavours of the other components in the […]

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Ikan Bilis Recipe – Crispy Anchovies with Peanuts

Ok, I wouldn’t really call this a recipe as it only involves putting two ingredients into the oven. A bottle of ikan bilis (dried anchovies) with peanuts is something that I always have in the pantry as I like to sprinkle them over plain porridge or vegetable stir-fry. I’m quite fussy about what type of […]

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Stir Fried Pig Liver with Ginger and Onions Recipe

It is really unusual for me to prepare a dish with pig liver as I’m never fond of it since I was young. Just that I cooked bak chor mee (minced meat noodles) a few days ago and had half of a pig liver left and the husband didn’t want me to waste it so […]

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Smoked Salmon with Potato Rosti Recipe

If you’ve been to Marché in Singapore, you’d probably have tried their popular rosti, served either plain or with smoked salmon or a sausage of your choice. I’m a big fan of potato rosti and I could never forget the best one I had in Switzerland that came in a frying pan with a really […]

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Kailan with Silken Tofu Recipe

I eat a lot of tofu, not just because it’s nutritious but I like how versatile it is that you can braise, boil, steam or fry it. And since I’m trying to cut down on carbs and meat, tofu is my best source of protein that is low in calories yet filling enough for me. […]

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Beef rendang

Beef Rendang Recipe

I saw some really nice beef chuck steaks in the supermarket and decided to make beef rendang for dinner since the husband has been requesting for it for the longest time. And as usual, I’d try to substitute coconut milk with a healthier alternative of low fat evaporated milk. Of course, if you want the […]

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Stir Fried Chicken with Spicy Fermented Bean Curd Recipe

Fermented bean curd, sometimes known as the Chinese version of cheese, is a very versatile condiment commonly used to flavour rice, porridge or stir-fries. While I like it as it is with plain porridge, I like to use it to marinate chicken too. If you’re a big fan of fermented bean curd like me, do […]

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