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Lettuce Salad with Mangoes, Avocado, Cranberries and Pine Nuts

If you do notice, this would be my first entry on salad! I must have sound like a carnivorous being and never eating with balanced diet. I admit that I’m not a huge fan of salad because of my Chinese upbringing. To me, vege must be cooked, somehow. I love stir fry vegetables or have […]

Chicken Rice

Ever since I have been gifted with Billy Law’s Have You Eaten cookbook, I have been trying every chance to see if I can make use of any of his recipe. Thanks to my fellow mates who made the best and wisest choice and it was a truly loved birthday gift. I was very happy […]

Korean Scallion Pancake (Pajeon)

While making the beef bulgogi, I tried to prepare a side dish to go with it. Immediately I thought of Korean Pancake aka Pajeon. It doesn’t require much effort at all, except for slicing up the vegetables. Here’s how to do it: Ingredients: 1 cup of scallions – sliced finely to 5cm long 1/2 cup […]

Korean Beef Bulgogi

There is a new Korean grocery store that is newly opened around the corner of my house. I remember wanting to stop by to see for many weeks now and one day I decided to pop by just to see what do they have in store. This store is pretty good considering they sell things from sauces, dry […]

Banana Cupcakes

I intend to start my developing my baking skills soon. I tried making carrot cake before and it turned out to be disastrous. So much for the effort of grating the carrots… I tried to stay away from baking for a while, until recently I found out how reliable Baking Mix were. I know, I […]

Lamb with Tomato Curry

I made this to go with the Aloo Gobi recipe. It is not spicy at all and I love rich and sweet taste of tomato curry and the tenderness of the lamb meat. Hope you enjoy as much as I do. Ingredients Thumb-size fresh ginger, peeled and choped 1 tablespoon Garam Masala 500-800g lean lamb, cut into […]

Aloo Gobi (Cauliflower)

Part of me has fascination of Indian cuisine. Apart from the usual meat curries, I am fascinated with the hundreds of Indian vegetarian dishes. I would love to be able to cook more Indian food if not for my indoor kitchen – as my other half is not a big fan of strong smell of […]
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