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Peach and Prawn Curry Recipe

This curry dish might be made from scratch but it was so easy to prepare with literally whatever usable stuffs I had in my kitchen – overripe peaches in the fridge, prawns in the freezer and a bunch of spices in the pantry. Never had fruits in a curry before? It’s time to change that. […]

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Healthy Cranberry Walnut Bread Recipe

I would only snack on dried cranberries once in a while as the ones we could get here often contain added sugar. So when I saw fresh cranberries being sold at the supermarket for the first time, I decided to buy one pack to try only to discover how horribly sour they were – totally […]

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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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Lung Nourishing White Fungus Soup 雪耳润肺汤

I got the idea to make this soup after seeing a soup pack being sold in the supermarket for the same recipe so I sort of estimated the amount of ingredients needed for it and bought them separately for this. I was curious as to why this particular soup was considered a lung nourishing one […]

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Tomato Based Vegetable Curry Recipe (Vegan)

This is probably the most unconventionaI but also easiest method to whip up a quick and healthy vegetable curry by using tomatoes as the base. I made a herbed quinoa (just mix cooked quinoa with chopped coriander and spring onions with a squeeze of lemon juice) to go with the vegetable curry and also oven-grilled […]

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Steak Salad with Roasted Garlic Peppercorn Sauce

My homemade version of a healthy ‘steak frites’ comes without the fries, lol. I made a creamy and thick roasted garlic peppercorn sauce to go with the beef just like how it would be like having the same in a restaurant that’s usually served with a flavoursome sauce too. Instead of having any carbs, I […]

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Stuffed Cucumbers Recipe

I came up with this dish after getting some cooking inspiration from a home-cooked meal at a friend’s house some weeks back. She had cooked this stuffed cucumber soup in which minced pork and prawns were used for the stuffing but for my version, I opted for minced chicken, glass noodles and Chinese mushrooms. Instead […]

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Stuffed Peppers with Salsa Rice and Chicken

Normally, I would bake stuffed peppers in the oven with a layer of cheese on top just like this simple recipe with minced beef, onions and cherry tomatoes. This time round, I decided to make a one dish meal out of red peppers and hence used a mix of brown and red rice to bulk […]

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Spaghetti with Laksa Pesto

There are no national boundaries in the world of food. I really couldn’t agree more with this. There are just so many variations we can come up with for every dish and it’s done by putting together different flavours and ingredients that somehow still marry in the end. Europe meets South East Asia in this […]

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Quinoa Fried Rice Recipe (with salmon)

Quinoa (pronounced ‘keen-wah’) is not something that’s commonly served in restaurants here in Singapore and most probably many families might not even hear of or know much about it. Quinoa is a type of grain but it’s a protein (not carb) and it’s wheat-free so it’s very suitable for people on gluten-free or low-carb diets. […]

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Tabyeet (Iraqi Style Slow-cooked Chicken with Rice)

Since I bought a new slow cooker a while ago (can’t believe I took this long as it’s such a handy appliance to have!!), I’ve been experimenting with new recipes such as this one-pot rice dish which is like the Middle Eastern version of a chicken dum biryani. What I really like about it is its exotic flavours […]

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Milo Dinosaur Chia Seed Pudding

No dinosaur was harmed in my kitchen, I swear. Haha. The Milo Dinosaur is a popular chocolate malt drink in Singapore and Malaysia that consists of an iced Milo with a heap of Milo powder on top. Not sure how the name came about though but I heard it originated from Malaysia. Perhaps it has […]

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Chicken Soup with Chinese Yam and Clams

I was flipping through a Chinese soup cookbook at a bookshop some time ago just to get some inspiration for new soups to make and I came across this recipe that combined clams and Chinese yam. Normally I wouldn’t think of having both seafood and poultry in a soup as I felt the former would […]

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Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

It’s the last day of 2015. I’m sure many of us would have made new year resolutions or perhaps thought about things that we would like to see improved in the coming year. Eating healthy and stepping up on my exercise regimen (and hopefully stick to it) have always been on my agenda and most […]

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Watermelon Feta Mint Salad Recipe

It is Christmas Eve today but the festive atmosphere is obviously missing. Christmas is supposed to be my favourite occasion but I feel so drained of emotions these couple of days – I don’t even know what’s going on sometimes. Maybe I’m just trying to run away from reality – even if it was just […]

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Sambal Kangkong Recipe

“ 吃太多kangkong会脚软!” ” Eating too much kangkong will make your legs go weak. “ And that was what I grew up believing in because the older folks kept saying that. But in actual fact, kangkong is a vegetable that is rich in iron, calcium and vitamins B & C and it’s not scientifically or medically […]

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