Category Archives: Diet Preference

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Braised Meat, Tofu or Eggs

Every Southeast Asian and Chinese family has a version of this. This is our comfort food, and it does not
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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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Snow Flake Red Velvet Roll

Been wanting to make this for a few days now, so finally got down to doing this. I engaged Daughter
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Vegan Bread Rolls

This is an accidental find. I ran out of milk, eggs and butter, and had made a starter. It is
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Orange Buckwheat Chiffon cake

Here’s the chiffon cake that you cannot tell is good for you. It is moist, soft and delicious, fragrant and
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Japanese Cheese Cake

At one point of my life, I was so intrigue by cheesecakes. That must be 30 years ago, when cheese
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Wasabe Green Peas Cookies

My son loves those wasabe green peas snacks. So I often buy them for him. However, for some reason, those
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Cranberry Cream Cheese Buns

My husband loves these. He would buy them warm from this bakery in Shenton Way (I forgot the name of
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Begedil (Fried Potato Cutlet)

Is it perkedel or begedil? My hubby asked. These are both. The Indonesians call this perkedel but the Javanese call
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Chap Chye

This is another peranakan dish that is eaten in every family whether or not we are peranakan.  Print Yum Chap
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Soon Kueh (笋粿)

My earliest memory of Soon kueh is my mother kneading the dough inside a red plastic container. I remember putting
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Mee Siam

I am not sure why we call this Mee Siam, as if it originates from Siam or Thailand. I have
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Popiah (薄饼)

This is a common street or hawker food in Singapore, which is primarily vegetables. My mum would tell me how
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Thai Garlic Chicken

At times, I operate my kitchen like a Zi Char stall or Thai stall. Not all the kids like to
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Muah Chee (麻糍)

These days, some western desserts call for candied bacon. While many find it refreshing and innovative, I wonder if people
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Pig Maw Soup (猪肚汤)

Probably one of the easiest soup to make. When I first got married, this is the soup that I will
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Plain Porridge (白粥)

I like the Amoy Street stall the most when it comes to 鱼生粥 with a plate of 鱼生. I've tried
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Orange Sponge

My mother is not a great cook simply because she didn't have to be one. My dad was a gifted
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Char Siew (叉烧)

I cut out this Char Siew recipe from The Sunday Times some 16 years ago. The newspaper is still new,
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Satay

One of the three opened jars of peanut butter in the pantry tastes blend. I have to find a way
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Baked Salmon in Curry

My baked salmon in 8 minutes, seasoned in green curry paste and baked in a thick coconut creme.Not feeling very
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Cabbage and Bacon Soup

Vegetable soups are often a good complement to meaty dishes. I am left with only cabbage in the house as
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Duck Confit Wannabe

Duck confit wannabe with sweet potatoes and potatoes cooked in duck fat. Of course it is a wannabe. I will
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Raw Fish Salad(鱼生)

I like the Amoy Street stall the most when it comes to 鱼生粥 with a plate of 鱼生. I've tried
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Cinnamon Creme Brulee

My husband and 11-year-old son are great fans of the Creme Brulee. My youngest son also loves cinnamon. So he
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Ondeh Ondeh

I learned to make Ondeh Ondeh when I was 13 years old, in my Secondary 1 Home Economics class when
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Pandan Chiffon Cake

Every Singaporean child grows up with Pandan Chiffon cakes.  To my kids and I, it has to be warm and