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Kimchi Fried Rice Recipe

Don’t say cheese. Say KIMCHI!Β πŸ˜€ Korean food is one of my favourite Asian cuisines and kimchi is also one of the must-haves in my kitchen. Normally I will just buy them in bulk and store them in the fridge which can last for a long time.Β Kimchi is ideal as a banchan (side dish) at meal […]

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Tteokbokki Recipe – Spicy Korean Rice Cakes

You can easily find tteokbokki or spicy rice cakes at almost all food streets or markets in South Korea. It’s a very popular street food snack that really ticks all the right boxes – not just with tourists but locals too. It’s not hard to always spot K-actors buying/eating/cooking tteokbokki in almost every K-drama. πŸ˜€ […]

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Salmon Pasta Bibimbap Recipe

If you’re a fan of Korean food, you should be very familiar with the bibimbap. It’s a scrumptious rice bowl with assorted vegetables, meat and egg (check out my Korean Bibimbap Recipe). Toss everything up with some kimchi and gochujang and eat it like a mixed rice – just like how those Korean stars in […]

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OPPA Chicken opens express outlet at Ang Mo Kio coffeeshop – Bringing K.F.C. to the heartlands

Not the fast food brand but Korean Fried Chicken. This Broadway Kopitiam at Blk 721 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 is now one of my favourite coffeeshops in Ang Mo Kio because it houses food stalls that offer a pretty good range of different cuisines like Astons Express (affordable, tasty Western food), Ci Wen Vegetarian […]

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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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Korean Bibimbap Recipe ιŸ©ε›½ζ‹Œι₯­

I realise I have been cooking a lot of Korean dishes at home recently. Probably because I’m back into watching Korean dramas and I always see the characters having home cooked meals of rice, soup, kimchi & the like for almost every meal. It is pretty common to eat bibimbap (‘mixed rice’) out of a […]

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Korean Army Stew | Budae Jjigae Recipe

Army stew is quite commonly found on the menus of most Korean restaurants in Singapore and is typically priced in the range of S$40-50 but the portion is often good enough to be shared by at least 4 persons. I would call this a Korean version of steamboat because it literally is a pot filled […]

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Dak Galbi Recipe | Chuncheon Chicken

Chuncheon, Korea is well known for its abundance of poultry farms. Hence it is not surprising that one of their most popular local food is the dak galbi which is a spicy stir-fried chicken dish with assorted vegetables (cabbage, onions, sweet potatoes, spring onions) and rice cakes. For my version, I added sweet potato vermicelli […]

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Getting Started in Bento-Making and a Korean Chicken Bulgogi Recipe

Counting down to 3 more days to my operation on Saturday. My windpipe has indeed been displaced by the big lump on my thyroid which my previous doctor had failed to detect so that explains why I have been experiencing discomfort and difficulty in breathing. I’m glad that I’m now in the good hands of […]

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Kimchi Pancake Recipe

I had half a pack of kimchi left in the fridge after making bibimbap the night before and thought I’d use it to make kimchijeon (kimchi pancake) as a tea time snack. If you have prawns or squids, you can always turn this into aΒ more substantial seafood pancake. Just need toΒ double the portion of ingredients […]

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Kimchi Stew Recipe

On days when I have a cold or sinus infection and my nose goes stuffy, I tend to crave for spicy things that can help unblock my noseΒ and make me breathe better. Since I was down with flu last month, I couldn’t quite smell or taste my food properly for a period of time so […]

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Todai International Cuisine, Seafood & Sushi Buffet Restaurant @ Marina Bay Sands

I can’t believe I took so long to blog about Todai even though I’ve been here like four times. The first time was when the husband decided to try out his first ever eating challenge at the Todai Spicy Sushi Roll Competition. He won the challenge and received free dining vouchers. The 2nd time, we […]

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