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Spiced Chicken Meatloaf Recipe

Made a fusion-style meatloaf using Asian spices. That ‘yellow’ colour came from the ground turmeric used which also imparted a lovely aroma to the meatloaf. After plating the dish up, I realised the colours were (unintentionally) that of traffic lights – red, green & yellow. Anyway, I chose to keep all the sides clean and […]

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Apricot Glazed Chicken Recipe

I haven’t been cooking a lot these 2 months as I’ve been away most of the time (I’m in Malaysia now! Haha) but luckily I have a huge backlog of recipes (‘cos I cooked too much and couldn’t blog about everything in time, oops) to share. Will be rolling out a series of travel & […]

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Pork Collar with Crispy Garlic Sauce

This Pork Collar with Crispy Garlic Sauce is an adaptation of my Sliced Pork with Garlic Sauce (蒜泥白肉) Recipe which is suitable for those who don’t like the spicy and pungent flavour of raw garlic. After the garlic has been fried in oil, its flavour becomes milder and sweeter. Also, it kinda resembles crushed potato […]

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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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Banana Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

Two weeks ago, I had posted the pre-order information for Bake & Celebrate: Cookies and Treats that will be out in stores very soon. This recipe book is a collection of 42 recipes for delectable cookies and treats that are contributed by selected top food & lifestyle bloggers and instagrammers from Singapore and the region. […]

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Spicy Prawn and Chinese Lettuce Stir Fry

I used to only eat lettuce raw until when I experimented with stir frying it previously and I thought cooked lettuce was not bad too. See my Stir Fried Lettuce Recipe (with Shimeji Mushrooms). Every time when I just needed a few lettuce leaves for sandwiches or salads but I could only get a whole […]

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Oriental Chicken Salad Recipe

Doesn’t this look like the yu sheng we normally have during Chinese New Year? Yep, I definitely got my inspiration from there. In fact, this salad can also qualify as the chicken version of yu sheng as it makes a really good alternative for those of you who don’t like raw fish. It is also […]

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Honey Baked Salmon Recipe (with Pineapple Salsa)

Bought a huge pineapple to make Pineapple Chicken earlier but wasn’t able to use all up so I made a pineapple salsa with the leftovers as a side dish to go with my baked salmon lunch. Flavours worked perfectly in this dish. While the honey baked salmon tasted more on the sweet side, the tangy […]

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Pineapple Chicken Recipe

As I’m typing out this recipe post, I can’t help but have that #PPAP tune ringing in my head. I’m sure most of you have watched the video clip. Such a nonsensical song but so catchy and memorable, lol. Anyway, this is a pretty healthy, low-fat dish because I’ve used skinless chicken breast meat and […]

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Kung Pao Lotus Root Recipe (Vegetarian)

Kung Pao dishes need no further introduction. They are so common and easily available at Chinese takeaways and restaurants. I have shared two Kung Pao recipes previously: Kung Pao Chicken Kung Pao Tofu (vegetarian) And this time, I’ve made another vegetarian version with lotus root and other vegetables. The crunch of the vegetables and cashew […]

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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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Spicy Almond Chicken Pasta Recipe

The sauce for this Spicy Almond Chicken Pasta is basically almond satay sauce i.e. satay sauce made with almonds instead of peanuts. Actually I wanted to make real satay sauce but realised I ran out of peanuts so I used almonds which are always available in my pantry for breakfast oats or cereals. Turned out […]

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Sweet and Sour Salmon Recipe

This is what I call the fish version of a 咕噜肉 (‘gu lou yok’ or Cantonese-style sweet & sour pork) and I’m sure this Sweet and Sour Salmon Recipe will be much healthier (with lots of omega-3 fatty acids too) than its deep-fried fatty pork counterpart. As salmon itself is very oily, there is no […]

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Sweet Potato & Tuna Fishcakes Recipe

I used honey sweet potatoes that were golden yellow in colour. You will see from the recipe below that I’ve not added any salt which is absolutely not necessary because the sweet potatoes are naturally rich and sweet plus canned tuna is already tasty on its own. All that is needed is just some coriander […]

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Mee Chiang Kueh Recipe 面煎粿

This is one of my favourites to make whenever I have visitors over at my place. As mentioned in my recipe post yesterday, my friend K came by for a catch up session and besides the Pear and Peach Muffins that I had baked, I also made Mee Chiang Kueh for her. Always a joy […]

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Soy Milk Porridge Recipe 豆浆糙米粥

I had unsweetened soy milk in the fridge to use up and since I was planning to cook porridge, thought I would just add the soy milk into it and see how it would turn out. I liked the fragrance of the soy milk in the porridge which also gave extra depth of richness and […]

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