Monthly Archives: January 2015

Crispy Pineapple Cut Squids

Ingredients: 1 packet frozen pineapple cut squids 1 Beaten egg 6 tablespoons Corn flour 1 cup Panko breadcrumbs Method: Thaw the frozen pineapple cut squids. Wash with tap water and leave in the colander to drain. Pat dry with a … Continue reading

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Minced Pork Steamed with Eggs

Introduction: A comfort food, simple to prepare and goes well with a hot bowl of porridge. Ingredients: 8 tablespoons minced pork 3 beaten chicken eggs 3- 4  tablespoons lukewarm water Seasoning: 1 tablespoon Superior Light Soy Sauce 1 teaspoon White … Continue reading

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Home Made Essence of Chicken with Black Chicken

Introduction: Black chicken also known as Silkie chickens are prized for their medicinal value since the seventh century. These black chicken are Sweet in taste, neutral in nature, neither warming nor cooling. The black chicken soup tonify and nourishes the Yin … Continue reading

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Nourishing Pig Tail with Black Beans Soup

Introduction: This soup is believed to nourish the blood and kidneys. Also appropriate for the elderly. Ingredients: 2 pieces pig tail 1 tablespoon dried scallops 1 packet black beans Few slices ginger roots Method: Soak black beans for half an … Continue reading

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Sg Eat With Us to celebrate Singapore 50th Anniversary of Independence

Introduction: Bringing communities together through home cooked meals. SG Eat With Us invite local and overseas Singaporeans to participate in the #SgEatwithUs movement. To participate, you can organise home-cooked food meals or potluck parties with families, friends and neighbours, and take a … Continue reading

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Dessert – Pear with Almond and Orange Cake Soup

Introduction:  Recently after having lunch at Granny’s Secret at OG Albert Complex and came across this dessert “Double boiled Pear Soup with Almond”,  I have decided to prepare the similar dessert for my  family. Ingredients: 3 pieces dried snow fungus … Continue reading

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Refreshing Pork Shabu Shabu Bee Hoon Soup

Introduction: Pork Shabu Shabu (thinly sliced)  commonly used for Sukiyaki, Hotpot, Yakiniku, Nabemono and Sushi. So easy to cook, just  swish it gently back and forth until the meat is cooked. For this coming Chinese New Year, if you have balanced … Continue reading

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