Monthly Archives: April 2014

Home Made Bak Kwa or Barbeque Sweet Meat Fragrant Jerky

Ingredients: Half kilo of minced pork (2 trays of 6 standard size Bak Kwa) Seasoning: 1 tablespoon of XO fish sauce 1 tablespoon of Superior Dark Soy Sauce 1 tablespoon of Light Soy Sauce 1 tablespoon of Chinese cooking wine … Continue reading

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Fish Head Curry – Zi Char Style

Introduction: Fish head curry is a concoction of Singapore. There are many versions of preparing this dish. Fish Head Curry Ingredients: One large size fresh meaty Red Snapper (cut into halves) 6 red chillies 8 green chillies 5 tablespoons cooking … Continue reading

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Chicken Pumpkin Porridge with Century Eggs

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Gingko Nut Chicken Porridge

Introduction: There are two different methods of preparing Gingko Nuts. You need to select the unblemished and unbroken nuts. Boiling Method: In a small saucepan, add sufficient water at least an inch above the nuts and include a tablespoon of … Continue reading

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Crispy Deboned Chicken Drumsticks

Ingredients: 3 pieces deboned fresh Chicken Drumsticks 1 teaspoon Lawry’s Seasoned Salt 1 tablespoon of Superior Dark Soy Sauce Method: Trim off excess fats from 3 fresh deboned drumsticks. Wipe dry with paperhand towel and leave on colander to dry … Continue reading

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Trailing the Rare Delicacy of Snow Frog (Hasma) as Dessert

Introduction: Hasma has medicinal values. The benefit of taking hasma include replenishing vital essence in the lungs, kidneys and improving skin complexion. Hasma is also prescribed to treat respiratory symptoms such as coughing. Ingredients: 2 tablespoons of defrosted and soaked … Continue reading

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Stingray Assam Pedas (Hot Tamarind Stingray)

Ingredients: Few slices of fresh Stingray (sliced) 1 bud ginger flower (fine chopped) 10 lady fingers (steamed) Cooking oil 3 tablespoons Tamarind pulp 2 cups water Sea salt to taste Coarse sugar to taste Spice paste (blended) 12 small shallots … Continue reading

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