All posts by Pamela Liu

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Peach Galette

Print Yum Peach Galette IngredientsPastry 1 1/3 cup flour 4 Tbsp powdered sugar ¼ cup almond flour ¼ tsp salt
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Daniel’s Swordfish Pie

After shooting one of our classes a few weeks ago, Nick (my business partner) told me that our cameraman, Daniel,
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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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Tsukemen (つけ麺)

This is the cold ramen dipping noodles. I find it slightly faster to whip up compared to the regular ramen because
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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
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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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Mrs Lim’s Fried Chicken

Every single culture has got fried chicken. There are so many versions, it is mind-boggling. I make fried chicken so
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Curried Chicken and Leek Pie

Here’s my curried chicken and leek pie. I took the common chicken and leek pot pie to the next level.
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Pandan Coconut Cake

This is my husband’s favourite cake, but it took me twenty years to find out. You see, he would tell
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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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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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Japanese-Singaporean Soba

I have made chashu (チャーシュー) the way most Japanese ladies make them quite often as the kids love it. I
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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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Savoury Muffins

A bit lazy to make bread, crusts for quiches are too troublesome. Don’t want to make any pastry, too much
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Fusion Baked Cheesecake

I have been making the baked New York cheesecake for more than 30 years. It has always been a hit.
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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 Pound Cake

This is the most basic cake to bake. A pound cake mixed in a typical traditional Indonesian cake making style. Once
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Sri Lankan Egg Rolls

The Daughter saw these on the video below and asked me to make them. They are not difficult to make,
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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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Crusty French Loaf

These are so easy to make, and faster than rushing out to look for french loaves. This recipe is from
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Simple Ramen

My daughter and husband love ramen and we go out to eat ramen too often. My I have a dental
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Gourmet Shepherd’s Pie

My kids grew up eating this pie, as it is very suitable for little children. Whenever I wanted them to
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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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Irene-inspired Kueh Lapis

This recipe is from my friend and church-mate, Irene. Has been around for more than 20 years, and served many.
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French Loaves in 1 hour

This recipe is what I turn to when I want to cook curry, or chilli crabs and need some french
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Haebi Hiam (蝦米香)

This is a really simplified version of the haebi hiam. It uses just regular ingredients from the pantry. I had
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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