cream spinach filo cups

Part 2 of my baking process for my Skillshare class. Really easy recipe. Prep time 20 mins, bake for 40-45 mins.     Ingredients: 500g of fresh spinach (or frozen if you prefer) 5 cloves of garlic diced 250g of sour cream dollop of butter grated cheddar and parmesan cheese (a bowl full) Filo pastry […]

blueberry muffins styling

I am trying to get the hang of this baking thing, but also because I am working on my Skillshare class and applying Pinch of Yum’s Tasty Food Photography tips, I highly recommend it, it’s worth the investment. Still getting the hang of my new DSLR and finally getting down to learning how to use the […]

gluten free flourless chocolate cake
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I’ve made this twice now and cannot believe how easy it is with just 3 ingredient for a flourless chocolate cake: Sugar, eggs, chocolate bars. I was looking up recipes on Pinterest and found Girl Gone Gourmet‘s instructions the easiest and most comprehensive. Great for breakfast or tea time over a Moka brew of some tea. […]

singapore-chilli-crabs-recipe copy
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We’re still enjoying the festivities of the 15 days of Lunar New Year, and crabs isn’t a dish we had at the dinner table in our family because crabs in Cantonese “hai” is a homonym for slippery and we definitely don’t want a slippery year ahead! Here’s mum’s recipe for Chilli crabs, I am still […]

breakfast

It’s one of the busiest days of the year for a chef – along with Christmas and New Year’s eve and people never stop asking what everyone’s plans are. We never really celebrated Valentine’s Day so it isn’t a big deal for me and I used to chastised chef for buying flowers on the most […]

kueh pie tee recipe
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Chinese New Year in a couple of weeks and what better way to celebrate with a pohpiah party – the hokkien version of spring rolls- and always a welcome dish for big parties. Well, the thing about cooking alongside Mum is everything is agak agak (Malay word to guess/approximately) style and there is never an end […]

One of my favourite cuisines is Thai food – always fresh, sweet, tart and savory at the same time, throw in the fresh chillies and it’s a real party in the mouth. Plus, the ingredients involve lots of fresh vegetables to balance out the coconut milk heavy gravy. And of course we all know that […]

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I’m not one for baking as I don’t do measurements very well while cooking since it’s always an intuitive and emotional exercise in the kitchen I grew up in. I was quite surprised how easy and quick it was to make an apple tart… but probably would never attempt this myself. My father in law […]

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This turned out really yum and not too sweet – I didn’t add any additional sugar, just a table spoon of honey and used a bunch of 6 ripe bananas instead of 4, hoping the natural sugars would make up for it. Chef said it wasn’t sweet at all, but was aromatic. It was perfect […]

A crossfit fanatic friend who’s really good with her Paleo diet and recipes shared this incredibly simple paleo and gluten free naan recipe with me via My Heartbeets – just THREE simple ingredients! You’ll need almond flour, tapioca flour and coconut milk. Spend some time on her blog as she’s also got amazing curry recipes […]

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