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Healthy Clam Chowder Recipe (with no cream)

If you’ve been following my blog and/or checking out my past recipes, you’ll realise that I use skimmed milk and Greek yogurt a lot in my cooking and baking. I choose to use such healthier alternatives because they are either low in saturated fat or contain no added sugar (or reduced amount) which is one […]

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Mango Prawns Salad Recipe

I made this simple Mango Prawns Salad with inspiration from my other recipe, Cajun Spiced Salmon with Mango Salsa that was featured in Singapore’s Shape Magazine months ago. I loved the flavour of the Cajun spice mix that was further accentuated by the sweetness of the mango. The tartness & acidity from the lemon or lime juice just balanced […]

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Chicken with Mushrooms & Tomatoes Recipe

Another easy chicken recipe perfect for a weeknight dinner! This time, I cooked chicken with mushrooms in a tangy, fresh tomato based sauce and added dried thyme for that additional aroma. You can serve this with rice, mashed potatoes or crusty bread. It’s one dish with multiple options. Simple and clean flavours, easy and cheap to […]

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Creamy Carrot & Sweet Potato Soup Recipe

I just love how easy it is to make this healthy and nutritious soup without using too much seasonings as the carrot and sweet potatoes are already naturally sweet. I chose to steam them instead of boiling them so most if not all nutrients and goodness can be kept behind. And to give it a little […]

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Tuna Steak with Beans & Pasta Salad Recipe

The husband prefers a higher protein diet these days because of his regular body-building and weight-lifting workouts. When we found really affordable tuna steaks from Fassler Gourmet the last time we were there, he’s totally into tuna now because it’s meaty in terms of texture and it’s a great source of lean protein with very little […]

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Fresh Corn Soup with Crispy Tempeh Recipe

I tend to come up with weird recipes these days. Crispy tempeh with corn soup? Really? Besides sandwiches, salads and porridges, I often find it a challenge to whip up an easy lunch for just myself while taking into consideration the fat and calorie content. Soups are probably my next best bet. I would have […]

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Mashed Cauliflower Recipe

It looks exactly like our usual mashed potatoes but it’s definitely lighter than carbs-packed spuds. Texture wise, this mashed cauliflower has that same creamy consistency that just melts in the mouth. You can just season it like the way you normally do for mashed potatoes. I like mine with sour cream and mayonnaise. What about you? 🙂 Healthy Mashed Cauliflower […]

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