Monthly Archives: September 2016

Snackilicious – Chempedak

Introduction: Chempedak is the same specie as the Jackfruit. All parts of the Chempedak tree exude a white sap when cut. The fruit is somewhat smaller in size than Jackfruit and contains soft juicy and sweet flesh covering large seeds. … Continue reading

Posted in Food Thoughts, Snacks Discovery

Food Adventure @ Epicurean Market 2016

Introduction: A picture says a thousand words. The Epicurean Market 2016 serving up great flavours back the fourth time and better than ever with gastronomic dishes from well known chefs from Marina Bay Sands Hotel. The annual culinary and gourmet … Continue reading

Posted in Epicurean Market 2016

Chateaubriand

Introduction: Chateaubriand (pronounced “sha-toe-bree-AHN”) is recipe for preparing a small roast from the center section of the beef tenderloin. Method: Season the beef steak with pink Himalayan salt and grounded peppercorns. Add unsalted butter and some olive oil together into … Continue reading

Posted in Beefilicious

Home Fixed Inariage Sushi

Introduction: Home fixed Inariage Sushi is so easy. Inariage is a fried bean curd/tofu pouch, which is often cooked and seasoned with soy sauce, sugar and mirin. Ingredients: 1 packet (16 pcs)  seasoned bean curd skin for Sushi (Inariage) Your … Continue reading

Posted in Japanese Cuisine

Tenderloin Beef Hor Fun

Introduction: Yes, tenderloin is  also one of the most expensive beef cuts. Take note to trim off  all the silver skin off the tenderloin with a thin and sharp knife. Though beef tenderloin is known for being extremely tender unfortunately this … Continue reading

Posted in Beefilicious, Recipe by Category - Noodles