Monthly Archives: April 2016

Mock Shark Fin Appetizer

Introduction: I  came across mock shark fin while dining at Sushi Express two years ago. This was the Appetizer served at Sushi Express but this item is now discontinued. Ingredients: Half packet frozen mock shark fin (vegetarian) Six pieces dried … Continue reading

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Seorae

Introduction: Experience the authentic Korean charcoal BBQ dining experience at Seorae, Plaza Singapura. This is also the first Korean outlet to introduce Galmaegisal to their diners. Galmaegisal also known as “skirt meat” has the perfect combination of tenderness and juiciness yet … Continue reading

Posted in Food Discovery, Food Thoughts

Sambal Parrot Fish in Lotus Leaf

Introduction: Parrot fish surprisingly has a soft and delicate texture with its mouth resembling a parrot’s beak. This is my first attempt cooking  parrot fish recommended by my regular fish supplier. Pretty huge fish that required trimming, excessive scaling, deskinning  and … Continue reading

Posted in Recipe by Category - Fish

Pineapple Lemongrass Drink

Introduction: As an excellent source of the strong antioxidant vitamin C and dietary fibre. Pineapple is another fundamental element for reducing cholesterol. Ingredients: Half portion of large pineapple Lemongrass drink  (check out at this link on how to prepare the … Continue reading

Posted in Home Made Beverages

Irresistible Soft Shell Crabs

Introduction: Soft-shell crab is a culinary term for crabs which have recently molted their old exoskeleton and are still soft. Soft-shells are removed from the water as soon as they molt to prevent any hardening of their shell. Check out … Continue reading

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Salted Egg Crayfish

Introduction: The salted egg craze is still on and now expanded to many area of cooking dishes including combination with seafood ingredients and so on. Ingredients: 10 pieces Crayfish 6 salted egg yolk Condensed Milk Unsalted butter Corn Flour Home … Continue reading

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Tenderstem Broccoli

Introduction: These Tenderstem Broccoli so green with small florets has supple stem and sweet. A fusion of Broccoli and Chinese Kale. All you need is a good stir fry technique and adapt this method to most leafy vegetables available in … Continue reading

Posted in Loving Greens