Bah Kut Teh

// Jan 21st, 2014
Bah Kut Teh
It’s not an art to be able to make Bak Kut Teh at home. Infact, it’s one of the easiest dish to make if you’re in the mood for comfort foods. If the Chinese Pharmacy is just around the corner, then you are blessed to have the better herbal mix in town. If none exists near you, you can also... 
Semur daging with a twist
Many of you know back home should know this dish – Semur. It’s a favourite for the young and old as it’s a little sweet, yet salty and is all spiced with spices from the spice islands. Lovely! The easiest method is to derive the dish from all the spices, and the other alternative is to make... 
Japanese glazed Salmon
The Salmon is classified as an oily fish which is high in protein, omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin D. Too much of it may cause cholesterol. Usually you can’t eat salmon in quantities, because in the middle of your feast, your stomach will suddenly just tell you you had enough. There are thousands of ways... 
Japanese style Salad dressing
Have you often wondered how those japanese salad dressings are made? I fell in love with this dressing when I made it the other day. It gave salads a whole new taste, if you are familiar with the usual vinegar, oil, salt pepper dressing thingy. I’ve noticed that salads are trending in not only europe... 
Black Pepper Seafood Udon with pan-seared scallops
What would you actually understand under the terms of searing or pan searing your meat, fish or poultry? This technique using high heat seals in the juices of the meat so that it is browned outside, and juicy inside. So it was believed. These days, it has been proven that regardless of which way you cook your... 
Old Cucumber Soup with Pork Ribs
The old yellow cucumber (lou wong kwa) is a yellow cucumber that has been left to age until the skin has turned dark yellow. It is believed to have “cooling” properties and is high in dietary fiber. Combined with pork ribs, this soup dish makes a delicous traditional soup for hot stuffy days and... 

Singapore Chilli Crab

// Jan 10th, 2013
Singapore Chilli Crab
This is the dish that is worth while to fly back to Singapore for. Probably the only reason, no? The singapore chilli crab originates from singapore and can be popularly found in any of the seafood restaurants around the East Coast area, or kopi tiams. Despite it’s name, this dish is not very spicy. If... 
Kulcha, indian flatbread
Originating from the northen indian region, this typical leavened flatbread made with wheat flour is popular especially in pakistan. The punjabis makes them best. The basic ingredients are similiar to that of a naan, but then it is filled with onions, paneer or potatoes. Once the bread is baked, it is then... 

Indian Biryani Rice

// Nov 14th, 2012
Indian Biryani Rice
The Biryani dish is a popular  meal not only  in India and Pakistan but actually all over the world where indian cuisine is available. The Biryani consists of  basmati rice with spices and meats or vegetables and is also widely known as comfort food to the indians at home. The word Biryani originates from... 

Kulfi

// Nov 11th, 2012
Kulfi
  Kulfi is a popular frozen dairy dessert from the Indian Subcontinent. Think of it as ice-cream with a hint of spice.  Unlike Western ice creams, Kulfi is not whipped, resulting in a solid, dense frozen dessert. Diwali or Deepavali, is popularly known as the “festival of lights”.  For Hindus,... 

Thai shrimp cake

// Jun 23rd, 2012
Thai shrimp cake
Have you ever tried one of these patties yet? Shrimp cake is one of the street foods you may find commonly in thailand. In most restaurants in the west, it’s a favourite for starters. In Malaysia or Singapore the fish cake variation is more common. You find fish cakes garnished in hor fun, curry mee or... 
Hot chilly chicken with basil leaves
It’s spicy, it’s hot, tasty and it’s thai! You could use either chicken or beef in this dish. Since i love anything chicken, especially because they are so tender, I choose to use chicken breasts. If you have more time and don’t mind deboning your chicken, use upper thighs instead. Basil... 
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