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Japanese Curry Soba Noodles Recipe

Japanese curry soba noodles? Perhaps curry udon or curry ramen is more common here in Singapore but since I’m so hooked onto soba noodles these days, I just want to give this combination a try. The curry tastes so robust (I like S&B brand of Japanese curry sauce mix) and the gravy is good enough […]

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Oven Baked Bacon-Wrapped Sausages Recipe

Bacon-wrapped sausages are one of my favourite party or festive foods because they are so easy to eat, hassle-free to make and are well loved by both young and old. While we could do the same with frankfurters or wieners, nothing beats meaty sausages in natural casings like good old bratwursts because they are so […]

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Chicken with Spicy Tomato Sauce Recipe

This recipe is like a westernised tomato-based version of an Asian chicken curry. It doesn’t smell as pungent or aromatic asΒ an IndianΒ curry but you get this sweetness from the tomatoes & onions and a little spicy kick from the red chilli. For best results, do use coconut milk or cream just like you would in […]

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French Toast with Caramelised Bananas Recipe

I had been craving for a banana french toast since having one at Flock Cafe ages ago and decided I should just make it at home. Needless to say, this is now one of my favourite breakfast recipes πŸ™‚ I must admit, this isn’t healthy fare because of the use of butter but to reduce […]

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Stir Fried Pork with Crispy Yam Recipe

I bought a few lovely yams from the supermarket and ended up making a yam feast of claypot seafood with yam, yam rice, yam paste dessert and this, lol. I liked the texture and flavour of the crispy yam sticks that really reminded me of the potato sticks snack that I used to eat when […]

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Tarragon Chicken Burger Recipe

Burgers aren’t always bad and high in calories, especially not when you make your own. I used to eat a lot of fast food before I started cooking (once or twice every weekend – yeah I know, my diet was just so sinfully unhealthy!) and that was why my waistline kept expanding. Now that I’ve […]

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Stuffed Tofu Puffs Recipe

I like to buy the stuffed tofu puffs from my neighbourhood wet market which are freshly made everyday and I’d cook them like how I would a soupy yong tau foo. In every puff, there would always be crunchy bits of prawns besides the well seasoned minced pork. This time, I decided to make them […]

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Cauliflower & Potato Puree with Mushrooms Recipe

While I’m not exactly on a diet, I do like to seek out food alternatives that are healthier and/or have lower calories than their regular counterparts. One good example is opting for mashed cauliflower (check out my recipe here) rather than mashed potato because the former contains only 1/3 of the calories of potato (100g […]

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Salted Vegetable Duck Soup Recipe ε’ΈθœιΈ­ζ±€

I first fell in love with kiam chye ark (salted vegetable duck soup) when I had this really amazing one at Hup Seng Duck Rice @ Sin Ming RoadΒ that was peppery, flavoursome but not overly salty at all. It was one that warmed the tummy and just tasted comforting. I did my own version without […]

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Soba Noodle Salad Recipe and Kewpie Sesame Soy Sauce Dressing

I first came across this new Kewpie product when I was doing grocery shopping at Fairprice sometime last year. It was retailing at about S$5.80 per 210ml bottle. Bought one bottle, tried it and just loved that savoury & nutty flavour that made salads taste really yummy. Couple of months later, I was shopping at […]

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Leek & Chicken Pie Recipe

I drew inspiration from a cottage or shepherd’s pie whose only crust is made with mashed potatoes. And for a healthier alternative, I chose to use a 0% fat greek yogurt instead of cream or canned soup to make the chicken-leek mix thicker, creamier and more flavoursome. If you don’t fancy leeks, you can always […]

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Stewed Pork Chops with Bitter Gourd Recipe

I really couldn’t recall where and when I had a similar dish like this before. Perhaps at some Teochew porridge stall or maybe Gramp had made it when I was little as he was so fond of the canned stewed pork chops then. All I remembered was that the dish was really savoury and tasty […]

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Prawn Aglio Olio Recipe

I can’t believe I’m now down with chickenpox (again) even though I already had it when I was younger. Most likely the previous occurrence wasn’t a full blown one so it’s back again after 20 years. Anyway the doc asked me to keep away from seafood but since I had so much prawns left in […]

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King Oyster Mushroom Aglio Olio Recipe

I think the king oyster mushroom really makes a great vegetarian substitute to meat because its texture is firm with an excellent bite and it doesn’t have a strong earthy smell like its other mushroom friends. Use it in stir fries or grill them on a griddle pan – yummy! I’ve been buying these lovely […]

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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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Crispy Salmon with Stir Fried Soba Noodles Recipe

Unlike pasta, dried soba noodles do not require salt to be added into the water when boiling it. Depending on the thickness of the soba noodles, it generally takes about 6-8 minutes of vigorous boiling (check packet instructions) to achieve that in-between al-dente and soft texture. When you take the noodles out from the pot, […]

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