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Green Mango Salad Recipe

Bought some green mangoes from the Thai Supermarket @ Golden Mile Complex (S$6.50/kg) and made this green mango salad. It’s really very easy to make this because the dressing is just a simple concoction of fish sauce, sugar and lime juice. The key is to strike a balance between the ingredients as the dressing is […]

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Thai Green Curry Recipe

Yesterday was red. Today is green. ? If you’ve missed out on my earlier recipe post, check out my Thai Red Curry Recipe. I’ve cooked and eaten Thai curries for two days back to back which I don’t mind because it’s a real time saver to use the Maepranom brand of curry pastes – very […]

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Stir Fried Razor Clams & Leeks with XO Sauce Recipe

Last week, I shared a Stir Fried Scallops with XO Sauce Recipe in which I had also recommended Heng’s brand of XO sauce which I bought off Qoo10. Using the same XO sauce, I made another stir fry dish this time with razor clams and leeks. With a good XO sauce, everything can be made […]

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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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Oven-Baked Peanut Chicken Recipe

No, it’s not a plate of muah chee though it really looks like it, lol. I’ve made peanut chicken nuggets for movie snack this time. I always have coarsely ground roasted peanuts in my pantry as it’s an ingredient that I use pretty often when I make muah chee and glutinous rice dumplings. Sometimes, I’ll […]

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Salted Fish Fried Rice Recipe 咸鱼炒饭

Fried rice has always been one of my specialty dishes as it was the first dish that my late Granny taught me how to make when I was a little kid. That’s probably why this easy-to-make rice dish always tastes so special to me – it’s a familiar taste of home, love and joy. I’m […]

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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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Stir Fried Scallops with XO Sauce Recipe

I love XO sauce on its own; it’s so flavoursome & moreish, I can just eat a big bowl of rice with it. It also makes a fantastic complement to stir fries especially seafood ones because XO sauce itself contains dried scallops & dried shrimps, hence it’s slightly on the fishy side. Normally, I would […]

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Korean Spicy Seafood Soup Recipe

I went back to Twins Korean Restaurant @ Craig Road the other day as I was craving for its Korean fried chicken and spicy seafood noodles. Comforting food as usual. Really enjoyed my meal. Came back home and made this Korean Style Spicy Seafood Soup that was inspired by the noodles I had at Twins […]

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Five Spice Chicken Recipe

Five spice powder is one of my favourite spice mixtures which I would frequently use as a spice rub for roasted meats (Crispy Roast Pork Recipe) or as a seasoning powder for fried foods (Salt & Pepper Chicken Recipe, Crispy Calamari Recipe). I did a Stir Fried Satay Chicken not too long ago and I […]

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Teochew Steamed Pomfret Recipe

Whenever I think of Teochew cuisine, I would also get reminded of Granny’s cooking – the humble, homely fare that I used to eat when I was little. Nothing pretentious or over the top. It was simple food that wasn’t heavy-handed but it always tasted good because Granny was particular about the freshness of the […]

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Chicken Meatball and Cucumber Soup Recipe

A simple, comforting soup dish which you can easily make if you always have homemade chicken broth ready in the freezer or fridge. If no, you can always make one by dissolving 2 chicken stock cubes in 1 litre of hot water. Meatballs wise, I chose to use lean minced chicken to keep this lower […]

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Mee Goreng Style Spicy Fried Spaghetti Recipe

This Spicy Fried Spaghetti Recipe is almost similar to my Mee Goreng Recipe except that spaghetti noodles are used instead of the regular thick yellow noodles. I actually prefer the former for this dish because it doesn’t have the same alkaline flavour as the thick yellow noodles. And if you cook the spaghetti al dente, […]

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Honey Lemon Chicken with Baby Spinach & Potato Hash Recipe

Ok, this is not my first time sharing a Honey Lemon Chicken Recipe. It’s normally how I like my chicken to be roasted because the combination of honey and lemon just gives the meat so much flavour and it adds a slightly tangy note too. What I really wanted to feature this time round is […]

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Steamed Meatballs with Pumpkin Recipe

I just randomly made up this dish because I had a big wedge of pumpkin left in the fridge after using some for baking. Pumpkin is sweet on its own and gets even sweeter after it is steamed so by using pumpkin in this dish, it really flavours the meatballs with another layer of richness. […]

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Healthy Vegetable Korma Recipe (suitable for vegetarians)

Korma is a South Asian dish that is made by braising meat and/or vegetables with yogurt/cream, water/stock and spices. I made a healthy version of vegetable korma by using plain non-fat yogurt (with no added sugar) and also mixed in some ground almonds to give it an extra boost of nutty flavour. The husband and […]

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