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Fish Curry

Fish curry is a common dish in Singapore and Malaysia. Often cooked with the fish head or fish meat, the...
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Three Cups Chicken

This must the most common dish in any Chinese family across the globe. The three main ingredients in any Chinese dish is sesame oil, Chinese wine and soya sauce. The original recipe is to have a cup each of these...
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Beef Rendang

Print Yum Beef Rendang Ingredients500g beef cheeks cut into cubes 5 tablespoons cooking oil 1 big onion sliced 1 thumb...
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Doughnuts

These are the best doughnuts I have made. They are easy to make and very delicious, melt-in-the-mouth. My kids love...
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Cocoa Butter Cake

Ingredients 250 g butter  (room temp) 130g  castor sugar 4         egg yolks 1 tsp  vanilla extract 180g  self raising flour 60g    milk 25g   cocoa powder 15g   Nutella Meringue 4        egg whites 50g   castor sugar Method Preheat oven at 170C Cream...
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Oyakodon (親子丼)

The literal translation of Oyakodon (親子丼) means “parent-and-child rice bowl.” The chicken being the parent and the egg being the...
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Kueh Salat

Print Yum Kueh Salat Ingredients450 g Glutinous rice soaked for 3 hrs. and steam for 30 mins. Add diluted 380...
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Hati Babi Bungkus

300g bawang merah, pound. 400g minced pork (shoulder meat) 300g pork liver (use lesser liver if you don’t like the...
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Basic Sambal

I use this sambal for anything that requires a rempah. Often used in Singaporean, Malaysian and Indonesian dishes. I normally...
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Kambing Soup

This is a dish every Singaporean is familiar with, and it is often sold by Indian muslims. It fully utilizes...
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Ramen

Cook everything from scratch! It tastes wonderful and you don’t have to guess what goes into anything! This is a...
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Mrs Lim’s Asian-inspired Brioche

b        O, this is just my brioche recipe.  According to Wikipedia, Brioche is a pastry of French origin that is similar to a highly enriched bread, and whose high egg and butter content give it a rich and tender...
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Goat Curry

This is my own version of the goat curry. Therefore, it is ‘Singaporean-ized’. It is simple, and as my family...
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Soto Ayam

Soto Ayam is a common hawker food in Singapore, Malaysia that originated in Indonesia. As in most Singapore muslims foods,...
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Almond Brioche

Brioches, like croissants, take at least two days to develop that wonderful the taste and smell. I took two whole...
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Sakura Flower Cake Roll

In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger. Still using the same swiss roll basic recipe.
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Carrot Cake

A traditional rustic carrot cake, very moist, very appetizing and finishes once it manages to get to the table.
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Orange Chiffon Cake

Print Yum Orange Chiffon Cake IngredientsEgg Yolk Mixture 20g Sugar (any fine sugar, sugar replacement, stevia etc) 5 egg yolks...
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Red Wine Beef Stew

Stews are really important for mothers. From the East to the West, mothers make stews: chicken, lamb, beef, veggies, tofu...
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Pandan Bread

My fourth son loves pandan bread, and you cannot purchase it outside Singapore. So he asked me if I would...
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Raita

This is so simple and so delicious. It is also healthy. I made this dish to go with any curry,...
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Nasi Bryani

Nasi bryani is such a common dish in Singapore, and every single Indian store I know sells it. It is...
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Curry Buns

Print Yum Curry Buns IngredientsBread 1 recipe from Tangzhong bun Filings 3 large potatoes, diced to 1/2 cm cubes 1...
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Sushi

Making sushi is actually not very difficult. I have been making with my mother for quite some time. But I...
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Sugee Cake

Sugee is a popular Eurasian cake in Singapore. In other places, it is called semolina cake.  The middle east folks...
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Tempura Ramen

In making tempura, for me, it is like having a chemistry reaction. You drop the meat/veggies inside and it goes...
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Babi Chin

This is a pretty common dish and I believe besides the peranakan families who made it famous, many Chinese families...
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Banana Bread

Lots of bananas again. So here they are. This recipe is very moist and can challenge the hummingbird. It is...
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Sugee Cookies

Found some semolina! So happy, and did some sugee. I like my sugee with some salt and small. This is...
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Pepper Crab

Singaporeans are crab lovers and crab is in season 365 days a year. Why wouldn’t it be, when you simply...
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Durian Puffs

Durian puffs, something that appeared some 15 years ago or so. Durians are special to me. My family eats a...
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Durian Mousse

This has got to be my favourite cake, something I am willing to sacrifice my waistline for. Probably the only...
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Bailey’s Roti

Around the year 2000, these started to appear in Malaysia and spread to Singapore. They were so trendy. Some call...
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