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Steamed Sea Bass with Lime & Lemongrass Recipe

This Steamed Sea Bass with Lime & Lemongrass is inspired by the Thai Style Steamed Fish I’ve had at many Thai restaurants. Particularly miss the one I had at Porn’s Sexy Thai Food. A Simple Equilibrium Of Flavours I don’t usually order steamed fish when eating out but there’s something about Thai steamed fish that […]

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Saba Shioyaki Recipe (Salt Grilled Mackerel)

This is one of my favourite fish recipes because saba (mackerel) fillets are rich in omega-3 fatty acids/oil and are so easy to cook as I can just pop them in the oven without having to worry they might dry up or that they will stink up my kitchen (or my entire house), lol. Alternatively, […]

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Salmon Fish Cake Recipe

I don’t know about you guys but I love potato skin because it has so much goodness in it. Even when I have to mash potatoes, I will still keep the skin on and that’s exactly what I have done for this fish cake recipe too. For those who haven’t had a Western style fish […]

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Shovelnose Ray in Black Bean Sauce Recipe

I was looking for the regular stringray at the supermarket as I wanted to make BBQ Sambal Stingray but I ended up with a meaty slab of shovelnose ray instead, lol. What a find, as I don’t normally see it that often. It resembled shark meat which I had tried cooking with before so I […]

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Crispy Fried Sutchi Fish Recipe

There’s nothing better than panko breadcrumbs when it comes to frying food as they give that excellent crisp and crunch without it tasting like a heavy crust batter. Check out my other recipes which make good use of panko: Chicken Katsudon Tonkatsu Crispy Onion Rings Shark Fillet with Lemon Mustard Halibut with Pecorino Romano Panko […]

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Crispy Salmon Fillet on Mashed Peas Recipe

I don’t like peas but I love mashed peas. It just reminds me of a friend who dislikes potatoes but loves french fries, lol. Well I don’t exactly hate peas as I can still eat them but I’d rather not if I have a choice. I’m not sure how on earth I’d have bought a […]

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My recipe in Shape Magazine July 2014 issue

Woohoo! I’m thrilled that Shape Magazine had featured my Cajun Spiced Salmon recipe (page 95) in their latest 10th Anniversary issue. Alternatively, check out my original recipe post here. Research shows that consuming salmon at least twice a week will lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases, prevent depression (benefits the brain!) and delay brain ageing. Truly […]

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Panko-Crusted Halibut with Pecorino Romano Recipe

I bought a block of Pecorino Romano cheese from Foodie Market Place @ Tiong Bahru and had been grating it over my pastas and casseroles. Pecorino Romano is a hard Italian cheese made from sheep’s milk and tastes more salty and sharper than Parmesan but I do like it for its more intense aroma that […]

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Steamed Salmon with Ginger and Spring Onions Recipe

The last time when I injured my foot, my Chinese doctor recommended me to eat more steamed salmon (instead of raw or fried ones) to help with the inflammation and to improve bone density and strength so I prepared this easy steamed salmon dish 2-3 days per week for dinner till my foot condition was […]

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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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