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Chicken, Sausage and Bean Stew Recipe

I hope those of you residing in Singapore are keeping well and healthy. My sinuses are acting up like crazy, thanks to the haze that seems to be getting worse again today ? I’m trying to refrain from eating heaty stuffs cos’ my throat is just so uncomfortable these days so I’m mainly craving for simple […]

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Chickpea and Sausage Stew Recipe

I really love cooking one-pot stews because not only they are easy to make and can be prepared in advance (usually taste better overnight!), they are also able to feed many without too much hassle. Also, I think a one-pot stew can be a very budget-friendly meal because you can use whatever meats or vegetables […]

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Braised Beef Kway Teow Recipe

There’s something magical about braised beef or beef stew – think fork-tender meat in a robust & rich gravy-like sauce served over noodles or rice that soaks up every single drop of that essence. The thought of it just makes me salivate. It’s one of those classic dishes that falls into the category of comfort […]

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Pork Belly & Potato Stew Recipe

This Pork Belly & Potato Stew Recipe was inspired by this homely stewed chicken side dish I had at Ootoya Japanese Restaurant. Hence I used mirin (Japanese rice wine) to give the broth a robust flavour and sweetness while adding this Japanese element into it. Instead of using chicken dark meat (leg or thigh), I opted for pork belly slices […]

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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 nose 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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Using Pearl Barley as a Thickener in this Beef & Carrot Stew Recipe

When that terrible haze struck Singapore last year, I had been constantly stocking up my pantry with green beans, barley and chrysanthemum that are known for their ‘cooling’ properties as the older folks always reminded us to consume them so we could achieve a yin-yang balance in the body and minimise our chances of falling ill especially […]

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