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Tuna Steak with Beans & Pasta Salad Recipe

The husband prefers a higher protein diet these days because of his regular body-building and weight-lifting workouts. When we found really affordable tuna steaks from Fassler Gourmet the last time we were there, he’s totally into tuna now because it’s meaty in terms of texture and it’s a great source of lean protein with very little […]

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Nonya-Style Steamed Grouper Recipe

Fresh cod fish has always been our favourite choice of fish but it’s just getting too expensive these days as price has gone up to almost $60 per kg at NTUC Fairprice. This time round, I decided to go for grouper fillets (fresh ones, I’m never a big fan of those pre-packed frozen types) instead as […]

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Salmon & Halibut Fish Cakes Recipe

This is a slightly simplified variation of my Salmon & Sutchi Fish Cakes Recipe. I had bought some frozen premium halibut fillets from Fairprice earlier and thought of combining them with the salmon I already had to make fish cakes. Though I didn’t use any egg as a binding agent here, the ingredients were still able to […]

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Oven-Baked Crispy Fish Fingers with Greek Yogurt Dip

I love fish fingers when I was of schooling age as it is easy and quick to prepare them. Just pop in the oven for minutes and you’d get crispy, golden brown fish fingers. Eat with sweet chilli sauce. Makes an absolutely yummy snack. This recipe is made with my leftover sutchi fish fillets and […]

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Prawn & Fish Cakes Recipe

I think it’s a joy to be able to cook for people so I often invite the parents over for dinners and would whip up an assortment of Chinese dishes to fit their different taste buds. This Prawn & Fish Cakes with Long Beans is one dish that my Dad really likes even though he […]

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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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