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Korean Vegetable Pancakes

  I have always wanted to learn how to cook Korean food, and these Korean vegetable pancakes are my very first experience in doing so. These savoury pancakes look a little like omelette but the texture is slightly crispy outside and chewy inside. They are usually served with a dipping sauce.   These pancakes are quick and easy to make. All it takes is to prepare some vegetables of your choice, coat...

Braised Minced Pork, Potato and Carrot Recipe {Guest Post}

  Great British Chefs (GBC) is a cookery website that provides food lovers with inspiring recipes, how-to videos, tips and tricks from some of the best chefs in the UK, most of whom have been awarded a Michelin star.   GBC has recently started running a campaign in association with Tesco, aimed at encouraging parents to bond with their children by cooking healthily as well as to inspire food education...

Salmon Potato Fish Cakes

  Salmon provides us with an excellent source of omega-3. So, try using whichever cooking method you prefer to add this great brain food to your child’s diet once a week. If you have not succeeded in any of your previous attempts, perhaps give these salmon potato fish cakes a try. Who doesn’t like finger food, especially if they are BAKED not DEEP-FRIED?   In this recipe, fresh salmon is combined...

Oven baked fries

  Thanks to everyone for your heartfelt sweet words and kind concerns about my troubling right elbow. I promise more yummy posts to reward you after my full recovery. But meanwhile, I shouldn’t keep you waiting with an empty stomach, right? So, what’s up for lunch? I got some rather “sinful” fries ready for you today. Wanna try?   Potato is always kids’ “best friend”...

Chicken pie with cheesy mash topping

Lately I have tried out many recipes from Annabel KarmelN1 Family Cookbook magazines (spring and summer editions) in my cooking. I love its wide selection of kid-friendly recipes which are both simple to follow and wholesome. Also, the required ingredients and seasonings are quite basic and easily found in the supermarkets. Besides that, the recipes include many fun and healthy ideas suitable for all ages...

Fish spinach patties

  My guest and I got acquainted through a parenting forum 4 years ago. Like me, she also has a son of the same age. We share many common interests and chat online almost everyday with our never-ending topics. It was through her encouragement that I got started on blogging. She is my personal advisor in cooking, baking, and a handy solver for my problems with Adobe Photoshop and highly complicated html...

Mashed potato with corns

Mashed potato is my hubby’s all-time favourite since he was a child. Now it has become my son’s favourite too! I love to use the sweetcorns from this soup to mix with my mashed potatoes because they are extremely juicy and delicious after absorbing all the nice flavours from the soup. Ingredients:2 potatoes2-3 tbsp butter (melted)Fresh milk½ corn-on-the-cobSpring onions (chopped) Seasonings:Salt...

ABC soup

If you are in a rush and need to cook 1 dish-meal cum soup, then this soup is the perfect choice! It is not only as easy as ABC but also a wholesome soup for the family. All of the ingredients (except for the fish bones) are edible. You can serve it with rice or pasta. Hence it is considered a “ZERO wastage” soup. Guess what have I done to the sweetcorns and potatoes in the soup? I had created another...

Chicken and potato stew

My mum taught me how to cook this one-dish meal. Ingredients:1 red onion2 chicken thighs (with or without bone) – marinate with light soya sauce, sugar and cornflour2 potatoes1 large carrot Seasonings:1 tbsp oyster sauce1 tsp light soya sauceDash of dark soya sauce1 tsp concentrated chicken stock (optional) – mixed with 150 ml waterDash of sugar and pepper1 bay leaf (my personal add-on)Corn...

Baked beans with tomatoes and potatoes

Ingredients:½ onion (chopped)50g chicken breast meat (cut into small chunk; marinated with light soya sauce, sugar and corn flour)3-4 cherry tomatoes (cut into half)1 can of baked beans (125g)1 potato (cut into cubes) Seasonings:2 tbsp tomato ketchupDash of salt and sugarWater Methods:1. Heat up wok with oil. Stir fry chicken lightly. Dish up and set aside.2. Sautee onion until transparent.3. Add in potatoes...
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