5 bread pudding recipes using a variety of Southeast Asian ingredients like kaya, gula Melaka, coconut milk, condensed milk, pandan leaves, candied pineapple and banana.
3 Kang kong recipes. Chinese style. Kang kong has many names but is most commonly called water spinach.
I saw this healthy chicken pockets recipe in JurongHealth magazine. Clipped and stashed!
Apple pancake recipe stashed! This pancake is cooked in the oven so that the pan or skillet used must be oven-safe. Ingredients 2 medium Granny Smith apples 3 tablespoon butter 3 eggs 1/3 cup whole milk 1/3 cup heavy cream 2 tablespoon sugar 3 tablespoon butter 1/2 cup light brown Continue Reading
Fried carrot cake is not made with carrots. It is made with daikon radish. I have no idea why this dish is called fried carrot cake. I didn’t even know that there was something wrong with the name until I encounter the English carrot cake. I can see why foreign Continue Reading
This asparagus salad recipe stashed has Japanese influence. It makes a nice refreshing starter or appetizer. Ingredients 1 bundle of asparagus 1/2 tomato 1/2 green bell pepper 1/4 onion 2 teaspoons chopped parsley Salt and pepper 3-4 tablespoons oil and vinegar dressing to taste Wash the tomato, onion, green bell Continue Reading
Oil and vinegar dressing recipe stashed. Ingredients 1/4 cup of rice wine vinegar 1 teaspoon salt A little pepper 3/4 cup grapeseed oil If you do not have grapeseed oil, you can use a substitute salad oil. You can use olive oil if you want the strong olive oil flavour Continue Reading
Tartar sauce recipe stashed! Fry up your own seafood platter and the tartar sauce to go with it. The tartar sauce is not that hard…really. Ingredients 1/4 onion 1 dill pickle mix 1 hard boiled egg 1 teaspoon minced parsley 3/4 cup homemade mayonnaise Directions Mince the onion, dill pickle Continue Reading
Homemade mayonnaise recipe stashed! Mayonnaise is a base for many other creamy dressings. So knowing how to make mayonnaise from scratch is a very useful skill to have with you. You won’t believe how common the ingredients are. I’m sure you have all of them in your kitchen. You don’t Continue Reading
Thousand island dressing recipe stashed. Do you like thousand island dressing? Try making your own, it is easier than you think and it tastes much better than the store-bought versions. More importantly, it won’t have all sorts of chemical substances whose names you can’t even pronounce properly. Ingredients 1 egg Continue Reading
Bok choy recipe with shiitake mushrooms stashed! This is a simple shiitake mushrooms and bok choy stir-fry but it is ultra yummy. Replace the chicken stock with vegetable stock to change this into a vegetarian stir-fry. Bok choy is a very easy-to-eat green leafy vegetable. Mild tasting and crunchy. It Continue Reading
Fried cabbage recipe stashed! Round or green cabbage has been made famous by the 7-day weight loss cabbage soup. But do you know that it can also prevent liver cancer? It improves the lining of the small intestines and helps clear toxins in the digestive tract. It also encourages healthy Continue Reading
Fried okra recipe stashed! Okra is also known as lady’s fingers in my part of the world. It isn’t everyone’s favourite vegetable because of its mucous texture. However, it is also this mucous substance that makes it a good dietary remedy for people with gastric inflammation or ulcers. This fried Continue Reading
Bitter gourd recipe with salted egg yolk stashed! Ingredients 300g bitter gourd 2 salted egg yolks 1 tbsp butter Seasonings 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp sugar Steam the salted egg yolk until it is cooked Remove the egg white and crush the egg yolks into a paste Wash the bitter Continue Reading
Bitter melon recipe in XO sauce stashed! Parboiling the bitter melon in oil helps to remove the bitterness. Ingredients 200g bitter melon 2 tbsp XO sauce Cooking oil Seasonings 1 tsp light soy sauce 1 tsp sugar Cut the melon in half and remove the seeds and spongy white stuff Continue Reading
Chinese broccoli recipes stashed! Chinese broccoli is more commonly known as gailan (芥兰). Unlike most green leafy vegetables, the stems are nicer than the leaves. They are typically stir-fried with fresh seafood or pork or beef and served with rice. Ingredients 200g chinese broccoli 150g pork belly or streaky bacon Continue Reading
Napa cabbage recipe stashed! Ingredients 300g napa cabbage leaves 60g dried anchovies 1 tsp chopped garlic 2 tbsp cornstarch solution Cooking oil Seasonings 1/2 tbsp oyster sauce 1/2 tbsp light soy sauce 1/2 tsp sugar 1/2 sesame seed oil Wash and cut the cabbage leaves into big pieces Combine the Continue Reading
Chinese cabbage recipe stashed! This chinese cabbage recipe uses napa cabbage leaves as wrappers to make pretty cabbage rolls. Ingredients 6 napa cabbage leaves 4 shiitake mushrooms 6 asparagus 1/2 carrot 60g chicken fillet 1/2 tbsp chopped garlic 1 tbsp shaoxing wine 2 tbsp cornstarch solution Cooking oil Seasonings 1/2 Continue Reading
Brussel sprouts recipes stashed! This is one vegetable that will become the love or hate of any child depending on the first time it was served to them. Everyone knows that brussels sprouts are good for us. But they are so tricky to cook. Done improperly, you are in for Continue Reading
I have stashed 4 bean sprout recipes here. Both mung bean and soy bean sprouts are cheap, nutritious, versatile, and easy to eat. What more can you ask of these humble sprouts? I like them in spicy tangy salads, soups and quick stir-fries. The recipes stashed here consists of: Bean Continue Reading
Lotus root recipes stashed! Lotus root is a popular oriental ingredient. yewenyi on flickr Besides the family’s favourite lotus root soups, it can be prepared in many different ways. Lotus root chips If you have never tried lotus root at all, deep frying them like potato chips might be a Continue Reading