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Garlic Chicken with Chinese Celery Recipe

Chinese celery is very aromatic and grassy, almost like an intensified flavour of regular celery hence I seldom ate it and never cooked with it previously because of that. However, my opinion of Chinese celery had kinda changed since eating the oyster cake from Teochew Meat Puff. I had probably acquired the taste for it […]

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Steamed Abalone Recipe

I’m sure many of you in Singapore would have eaten canned abalone before especially during Chinese New Year period when Chinese restaurants would serve yu sheng with it or at Chinese wedding banquets too. But have you tried whole abalones with shell on yet? I hadn’t previously so when I came across this Abalone with […]

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Fried Rice with Noodles Recipe

No, it’s not Fried Rice Noodles. It is Fried Rice with Noodles which is a combination of both fried rice and fried noodles in one. I’m not sure how I got the idea to do something like this but I just remember coming across this dish somewhere before. Anyway, I made this dish Asian-style like […]

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Steamed Tofu Recipe (with prawns, oyster mushrooms & egg custard)

Steamed tofu? Standard. Steamed egg? Boring. How about steamed tofu with steamed egg and a whole lot more of flavour and crunch? And indeed, this was what I came up with, that truly represented my passion for ‘rojak’ (means ‘mixture’ in Malay) cooking, lol. I had so much ingredients, sauce & garnish on top that […]

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Oyster Sauce Chicken with Onions Recipe

I really enjoy making this dish because the fragrance of the sauce would just fill the kitchen with what I call pure bliss as the chicken cooks in the pan. The killer gravy is a symphony of flavours – sweet, salty & savoury with a hint of spiciness from the fresh red chilli – that’s […]

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Japanese Style Pork Belly Curry Recipe

I love curries – be it Chinese, Indian, Nonya or Japanese style. It makes a great one-pot meal with intensely robust flavours and the gravy just goes so well with rice, crusty bread or any noodles. Normally when I cook Japanese curry at home, I’d only use chicken as the base. For a change, I […]

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Lu Rou Fan Recipe (卤肉饭 or Braised Meat Rice )

The joy of inheriting a family recipe from my maternal grandma is immense as I’m the only person in the family who’s into cooking but having eaten my grandma’s Teochew style braised meat for more than two decades on every Chinese New Year, I just feel I should really preserve and master this classic dish. […]

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