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Fan Choy Recipe

Fan Choy (饭菜 in Cantonese) is what I call the ‘dim sum version’ of the char siew rice which is affordably priced (small portion though) and readily available at those stalls selling dim sum and steamed buns at hawker centres or coffeeshops. For my recipe, I chose to use brown rice (it’s healthier than white!) […]

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Satay Bee Hoon Recipe

Satay Bee Hoon (or rice vermicelli with spicy peanut sauce) is another one of my favourite Singaporean local eats because I just love the spices that go into the sauce and that very nutty flavour. Peanuts are rich in monounsaturated fats and antioxidants that promote heart health but they are also very high in calories […]

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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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Economical Bee Hoon Recipe 经济米粉

Economical fried bee hoon (or rice vermicelli) is undoubtedly one of the cheapest hawker meals (besides light bites like popiah or curry puff) we can find in Singapore. A plate of bee hoon with some sauteed cabbage and a sunny side up from a coffeeshop in my neighbourhood merely costs $1.80. And its portion is more […]

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Poached Chicken Rice Recipe

Why would chicken rice taste good without the chicken fats? That’s why I call my version a generic Poached Chicken Rice Recipe instead of Hainanese Chicken Rice Recipe because I have deviated from the traditional way of making oily rice. But overall, the taste of my chicken is still pretty authentic. There is an excellent […]

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