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Quick and Easy Spicy Fish Floss Pasta Recipe

I shared my Spicy Fish Floss Recipe last week which was inspired by my Granny’s Nyonya-style fish floss. It’s a very versatile side dish that you can make in bulk in advance and then store the rest in containers (chilled) for later use. Try adding them to fried rice, noodles and sandwiches or even whip […]

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Spicy Fish Floss Recipe (using Shovelnose Ray)

My late granny used to make fish floss (she called it ‘her hu’ in Teochew) a lot when I was little because my father loved fishing then and every weekend he would come home with a huge catch of fish like sea bass and snapper. I really missed those moments when the kitchen would be […]

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Crispy Cornflake Fish Finger Recipe

I love eating fish fingers as they are so easy and quick to prepare. Fun to eat as well, lol. Just have to pop them into the oven for minutes and they’re done. They make a great snack to munch on and I really enjoy dipping them into sweet chilli sauce or mayo. Yum. However, […]

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Teochew Steamed Fish Recipe 潮州式蒸鳕鱼

I love fish but I’m somewhat scared of fish, lol. I remembered there was a time when I was still little and I was eating dinner in front of the TV. I accidentally swallowed a fish bone which caused me so much discomfort in the throat that Gran had to rush me to the GP. […]

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Steamed Red Snapper Recipe

* This post is published in collaboration with Lee Kum Kee. This Sauce for Fried Cod Fillet from Lee Kum Kee is obviously for dousing over a piece of fried cod but since I never really like frying fish much (mostly because I don’t want to stink up the house as I have an open-concept […]

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Mackerel Fillet with Sweet Potato and Beetroot Salad Recipe

Those we love don’t go away they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved, so missed so very dear. Picking myself up after losing two loved ones within a few weeks is probably one of the hardest things to do in life. And it feels almost impossible when one of […]

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Baked Salmon Belly Recipe (with Tamarind Sauce)

Tamarind is a wonderful fruit that’s commonly used in Asian cooking. Many might not know this but this pod-like fruit is also a great source of vitamins B & C, calcium and potassium. I like that it imparts a very unique and aromatic sweet/sour/sharp flavour to dishes that somewhat cannot be replaced by the common […]

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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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Soy Sauce Fried Batang Fish Recipe

Fish are really getting more and more expensive these days. Whenever I go marketing, it just pains me to buy that tiny slab of fresh cod (1 person’s portion or the most 2) at $10 a piece. The husband always comments that my cooking is more expensive than eating out, lol which I don’t deny […]

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Sardines in Tomato Sauce with Onions Recipe

Inspired by what Gran used to do with a can of sardines when I was little. For convenience sake, it is all too easy to just heat up a can of sardines and eat it as it is but with just a little bit more work to dress it up with more fresh ingredients, canned […]

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Oven-Baked Salmon with Soba Noodles Recipe

  Soba or buckwheat noodles are a great choice of carbs to cook with because they have this somewhat nutty flavour and hence don’t really need complicated seasonings to dress it up. This is another healthy recipe that doesn’t require much prep work. I chose to oven-bake my salmon but of course you can pan-fry them […]

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Pan Fried Sutchi Fish Recipe (with assorted vegetables)

Sutchi fish is one of my preferred white fish as it has a mild flavour and doesn’t have a fishy or muddy smell despite it being a freshwater fish. Besides being really affordable and cheap, the sutchi fish with a firm texture is very suitable for pan-frying, baking or even stir-frying. Here are a few […]

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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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Seafood (Octopus & Swordfish) Ceviche Recipe

Ceviche (say seh-bee-tcheh) is a dish typically made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices like lemon or lime. And because the fish is not cooked with any heat, it is recommended to use only good quality sashimi-standard types of fish when you’re preparing this. I had leftovers of swordfish and octopus which I […]

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