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Bun Bo Nam Bo Recipe – Vietnamese beef noodle salad

It’s all about Vietnamese food so I will be sharing three Vietnamese recipes this week. If you’ve missed my Xoi Xeo Recipe (sticky rice with mung beans and fried shallots) earlier, click on the link to check it out. Today, I’m sharing how to make another ONE OF THE BEST things I’ve eaten in Hanoi […]

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Cuttlefish Kangkong Recipe

Earlier I have shared a Sambal Kangkong Recipe that is a tze char favourite for many. Today, I’m using kangkong again to recreate the hawker dish, Cuttlefish Kangkong or what’s better known as Jiu Her Eng Chye in local dialect. This is a really simple recipe that is almost like a salad that requires minimal […]

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Kewpie’s Roasted Sesame Dressing and Smoked Salmon Salad

I made this Smoked Salmon Salad during one of the festive dinner parties I hosted a few months back and all of my guests loved it. Not because the smoked salmon (store-bought), vegetables (raw) or olives (pickled) were fantastic but because they enjoyed the smooth and nutty dressing that came with the salad. Lol. So […]

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Smoked Salmon Yu Sheng Recipe for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year has been a quiet one for me last week so I’m quite relieved that today is already 初五 (5th day of CNY). Though I started the day at the doctor’s getting my X-ray done for a knee & foot injury, I’m happy to see that most shops if not all have resumed […]

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Pasta Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing Recipe

Every now and then, I like to make a salad for dinner on the first or second weeknight especially after a weekend of non-stop indulgence which is all I crave to detoxify myself from inside out, lol. For this pasta salad recipe, I made a wholegrain mustard dressing that was inspired by a side salad I had […]

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Thai Chicken Salad Recipe

Recently I had been experimenting with Thai food again like pad thai, tom yum soup and this very appetising salad which I had it on its own as a light brunch. The aromatic and pungent smell of the ginger was balanced out by the sweet, salty, sour and spicy flavours of the other components in the […]

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Gado Gado Recipe

I remembered there was a time when I was in Primary 4 when the form teacher mentioned that tempeh (fermented soy beans) has high nutritional value but my classmates weren’t sure of what tempeh was except me because it was an ingredient that my Granny loved to cook with and I grew up eating. I […]

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