My favourite type of dumpling at yum cha is siu mai. With everyone in lockdown, it was time to have yum cha at home!
Summer requires easy dishes that don’t require much time in the heat of the kitchen. This tasty salad is one that I should make more often!
A light, easy risotto made with quinoa. Perfect for the Summer months, extremely tasty and won’t leave you feeling heavy or bloated.
This was a quick, easy recipe you can whip up during the week, or at your next BBQ. Prawns with mangoes, always a winning Summer combination.
Pasta doesn’t have to be smothered in tomato sauce to be good; a simple vodka, lemon and cream sauce is just as good.
All my favourite things: pasta, tomato based sauce, prawns and chorizo, all come together in the one dish.
Simple, easy, tasty… what more could you want? The orange element comes from marmalade instead of fresh oranges. I have altered the recipe below as we found it got a bit too bitter where the noodles didn’t get tossed properly. Feel free to alter it to your tastes of course. And if you love chilli,
Every time I watch a show that shows Singapore chilli crab, I salivate and dream I could be bothered cooking up crab at home. I found a cheaper, easier… most likely less authentic, but still super delicious and easy to make alternative. I picked up a bag of frozen de-shelled prawns at Colonial Fruit Market
It’s that time of year again folks. The time where you look for recipes that won’t add more to your spare tyre situation you accumulated during the winter time. This recipe is the recipe for you! Easy to make, will please just about anyone, and it’s damn, damn delicious! Mez from Blithely Unaware had been
Theme 3: Rice / Noodles Cookbook Used: Fast, Fresh, Simple Author: Donna Hay I picked this recipe because the picture in the book looked amazing. Hamsley said it looked like a taco. (Mez, this is a time I would like to use the #ohHamish tag :P). This is the first recipe from Donna Hay’s new
Hope you all had a great Christmas and have hit up the sales like I have! I’m still festively swollen around my mid section so will be looking like a stuffed turkey on the beach later this week. I thought I’d have more energy to blog now that I’m on holidays, but I’m still trying
I hadn’t even heard of Nyonya cuisine until my last few trips to Malaysia. Mum was on the hunt for cookbooks, and I remember looking out for them when wondering into book shops. I never thought I would be able to cook any Nyonya recipes, but after seeing a tempting curry on a recent episode
Sorry I’ve been a bit slack with my posting, life is keeping me busy as per usual. And with Christmas on it’s way, I’m sure you all are busy too! I have a back log of posts, so watch out for them! This recipe was for mid-week cooking and it came from my new favorite
What to give your mum for her birthday when she tells you not to get her a gift (because you are kind of between jobs and aren’t exactly swimming in money)? Well me being me, I told her I was going to cook her dinner instead then and wasn’t going to take no for an
My mid-week cooking came from the latest Delicious magazine (May 2008, pg. 32). I put my boyfriend in charge of cooking the pasta as I worked on everything else. Was truly delicious and will definitely be making it again! Serves 4 500g spaghetti extra virgin olive oil 2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 1 long red
Another sensational risotto graced the dinner table this week, and the best part was that it was soooo easy to do! Even though the avocados I used were not 100% ripe, it was still a creamy, delicious risotto that I can still taste of the tip of my tongue! Thanks to Delicious – 5 nights