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Cheeseburger Salad Recipe – Low Carb With No Buns

Previously, I have shared a little about my new keto (low-carb) lifestyle. Due to my change of diet, it has also affected the way I normally cook at home to the point of almost making two different meals at times. Because J prefers more carbs to fuel his intense training sessions whereas I totally skip […]

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Cauliflower Pizza Recipe – Low Carb & Keto Friendly

I am so excited to share this cauliflower pizza recipe with you guys because it’s not just lower in carbohydrates and calories, it is simply delicious. 😀 The unique thing about this pizza is that I have used purely cauliflower as the base crust which is normally made of bread. I love pizzas but I […]

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Beef and Enoki Mushroom Recipe 肥牛金针菇

Mukbang videos are all the rage right now. It’s just extremely gratifying and somewhat therapeutic and comforting to watch people eat large amounts of food. Particularly junk food and guilty treats because these is the kind of food many of us will typically crave for yet do not want to freely indulge in it. 😀 […]

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Masala Pork Chops Recipe

Hope all of you in SG (and if the country you reside in celebrates Deepavali, the Festival of Lights too 🙂 ) had a good holiday break yesterday. I was feeling a bit under the weather in the last couple of days but managed to bounce back with more energy today. 🙂 Before Deepavali, I […]

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Soto Ayam Recipe

Soto Ayam is a yellow-coloured spiced chicken soup that is commonly found in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. It is typically served with ketupat (rice dumpling), noodles or vermicelli and can be enjoyed as any meal of the day. A new coffee shop opened in my neighbourhood recently and I tried the Malay stall for lunch […]

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Vietnamese Porridge Recipe (Chao Suon Sun)

One of the best highlights of my Hanoi trip was eating this amazing Vietnamese porridge by the roadside near my hotel. It’s called Chao Suon Sun which means ‘pork ribs & cartilage porridge’. Unlike Cantonese style porridge in which we can find lots of ingredients like minced meat, meat slices and/or century egg, this porridge […]

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Kenchinjiru – Comforting Japanese Vegetable Soup

Kenchinjiru is a Japanese-style vegetable soup that is made with an assortment of root vegetables and tofu. My version of kenchinjiru is non-vegetarian as I have used bonito seasoning to make the stock and have also added fish cakes in it. Nonetheless, it’s still a pretty wholesome and hearty soup to have. And because it […]

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Mushroom Risotto Recipe (Vegetarian)

Had a good hotpot session at Northpoint City yesterday. 😀 Totally indulged in a meat feast of pork belly, beef and mutton slices. So much meat overload that I just have to go vegetarian today, lol. Hence I made this Mushroom Risotto with simply a mix of mushrooms, asparagus and cherry tomatoes. 😉 Making The […]

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Mushroom Barley Soup Recipe

This Mushroom Barley Soup is an excellent healthy one-dish meal to make. It is also suitable for diabetics and pre-diabetics who need to watch their diet and daily food intake as this dish is low in calories, fat and GI. Fighting Diabetes I am highlighting the topic of ‘diabetes’ today because all of us in […]

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Pumpkin Mac and Cheese Recipe

Mac and Cheese is probably one of the ultimate comfort foods for many. I can never resist it too. 😀 That cheese flavour, creamy texture and oh-so-cheesy goodness simply tick all the right boxes. It’s food that makes me lick my lips. 😛 If you haven’t had an amazing Mac and Cheese before, try the […]

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Healthy Rice Bowl with Yogurt Poppy Seed Dressing

As many of us are becoming more health-conscious these days, we are also paying more attention to what we eat. Eating out while at work is no longer that bad with all the healthy food joints sprouting up around Singapore especially in the CBD area. We are indeed so spoilt for choices. From hearty soup […]

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Curried Chicken Waldorf Salad Recipe

I was pretty intrigued by the name Waldorf Salad previously because I had always thought the salad was named after someone’s last name. Well, according to Wikipedia, the name of the salad came about when it was first created for a charity event that was held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City in […]

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Chicken Miso Soup with Macaroni Recipe

Whipping up something quick for brunch that’s also light and healthy as I’m heading to the spa later. This Chicken Miso Soup with Macaroni is super easy to make. You can use leftover chicken soup or store-bought chicken stock to make the broth. I highly recommend that you use soup or stock that’s lightly seasoned […]

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Bitter Gourd Soup Recipe 苦瓜排骨汤

I was never a big fan of bitter gourd when I was growing up. Only started eating it during my working years after having a really good bitter gourd soup at Hong Kong Street Family Restaurant at Novena Gardens. And I realised the bitter gourd actually didn’t taste that bad when it was prepared and […]

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Salmon Chowder Recipe (with no cream)

Earlier, I had shared a Healthy Clam Chowder Recipe in which I had used Greek yogurt and skimmed milk instead of cream. And likewise for this Salmon Chowder Recipe that I’m sharing today, I’ve made it along the same lines too. Honestly, I don’t really regard Greek yogurt and skimmed milk as substitutes anymore. Yes, […]

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Ayam Masak Merah Recipe (Spicy Tomato Chicken)

When I was working as a teacher at a student care centre during my university days, I got to know Makcik (auntie) G who was working there as a cook. I remembered how outstanding her nasi ayam (chicken rice) and nasi lemak (coconut milk rice) were – definitely some of the best I had ever […]

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