Monthly Archives: July 2014

Chicken Corn Soup

A refreshing light soup made from chicken bones with cream corn and carrots. Ingredients:   2 fresh deboned chicken drumsticks or chicken fillet Thick chicken broth (from chicken drum bones) 1 packet of Sweet Corn Cream Style 1 packet of … Continue reading

Posted in Soupalicious

Coral Seaweed Koi Fish Agar

Benefits of Coral Seaweed Boasts tremendous nutritional value that includes being a natural water based fiber that aids in digestion, improve the immune system, and is rich in collagen, calcium and iron! These coral seaweed contains 10 times richer amount of … Continue reading

Posted in Dessertalicious

New Zealand Grass Fed Beef

  Introduction: Grass fed beef have more vitamins, minerals, Omega-3 and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). Ingredients: 2 pieces of fresh Silver Fern New Zealand Rib Eye Steaks Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Crushed Wholesome Black Peppercorns Dash of Extra Virgin Olive Oil … Continue reading

Posted in Beefilicious

Pan Fry Bamboo Clams

    These 15 pieces of Bamboo Clams were still so fresh from the freezer. Ingredients: 15 pieces Bamboo clams 2 fresh red chillies (diced) Chopped spring onions Dash of Chinese cooking wine (Hao Tiao Chiew) 2 tablespoons minced garlic … Continue reading

Posted in Recipe by Category - Clams

Garlicky Dried Drill Rice

  Ingredients: Cooked rice Five tablespoons dried krill 4 tablespoons minced garlic 2 tablespoons unsalted butter Method: Heat non stick pan and add unsalted butter. Add minced garlic and dried krill  and fry until fragrant. Add cooked rice and mix … Continue reading

Posted in Various Methods of Preparing Rice

Saba Shioyaki (Grilled Mackerel)

Simple dish with a flavour that comes only from salt. An oily fish with firm and flaky meat. Ingredients: 2 pieces of medium sized Saba (sliced into halves) Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Sherry Cooking Wine Kitchen Equipment: Happy Call Pan Method: … Continue reading

Posted in Recipe by Category - Fish

Renowned Pig Offaly Soup in Tiong Bahru District – Singapore

Introduction: The Koh Brother  Pig’s Organ Soup at Seng Poh Road has a long history as far back as in the 1950’s .  This stall was setup when the market was opened officially on 21st January 1951. The market was … Continue reading

Posted in Food Discovery