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Fish in Garlic Ginger Spicy Soy Sauce

Sorry for the quality of the pictures as I was too rushed for time to take this with my DSLR so I used my phone camera instead Ingredients: 1 fish (of your choice) fillet, approximately 300gm 1 Shallot, thinly sliced A knob of ginger (size of thumb), julienned 2 cloves of garlic, minced Half or […]

Bamboo Authentic Singaporean

Cantonese Hor Fun with Beef Soft Chewy Beef Slices Gooey Egg sauce “Wok-Hei” Hor Fun Noodles with crunchy Bok Choy Combination Seafood with Crispy Noodle – Dry style Generous amount of squid, fishcakes and prawn Crispy noodles Dunked in Brown Soya-based sauce

Cranberries Avocado Lettuce Salad with Honeyed Cornflakes bits

Clean, crisp, fresh lettuce salad – just a nice palate cleanser I think. I was inspired by a Japanese salad I tasted recently that had cornflakes in it. It was so yummy and crunchy. In this creation of mine, I’d made sure I have my favourite Hass avocado in it, to enrich the dressing with […]

Stir Fry Broccoli with Prawns and Chinese Mushrooms

I am a big fan of broccoli not only because they are superfood, because I love the texture and how much fiber you are getting out from this little green thing. I love just eating it blanched and slightly salted – how boring right? There are many ways to cook this superfood and today I shall share […]

Oven Baked Teriyaki Salmon

Teriyaki sauce is great to mask fishiness of the seafood when the produce are probably not consumed within the same day as when it was purchased. I recently bought some salmon when they were on sale but only manage to make use of them 3 days after. I had to freeze it and in my knowledge, […]

Short Update

Hello! How are you all today? *talking to cyberspace* While eating alone quietly today (my other half travelling for work…*sad face*) an idea suddenly dawned to me that I should compile a list of places where I stock items in my pantry and shop for weekly groceries (except the obvious Woolsworth which I mentioned many […]

Newton Circle: Seafood Crispy Noodle & Beef Hor Fun

This is where I go for comfort food. One of the best spot for Cantonese stir fry hor-fun or yee-mee. Just the right amount of noodles, meat/seafood, vege… all nicely drenched in starchy egg sauce.
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