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Homemade Pork Floss

  Pork floss is a seasoned, shredded dry pork food with cottony texture. Its usage is very versatile. It can be used as topping for congee or filling for sushi rolls, breads and pastries. It also can be eaten as snack. That’s my favourite way of eating it too. Once I start eating it, I can’t put a stop to it. It is insanely addictive!   Nowadays, commercially-produced pork floss is getting very...

Wholemeal Milk Buns

  These mini buns are made from a basic sweet dough recipe originated from Vinnie Baking Paradise. This recipe has been very popular among the local food bloggers. It uses sponge dough method which has many similarities with the 17-hour sponge dough method I shared previously.   Sponge dough method has always been my preferred method in bread making as compared to direct method for two simple reasons...

Seaweed Sesame Crackers

  Two weeks ago, my beloved, 4-year old oven suddenly quited on me. This has totally upset my Chinese New Year (CNY) baking schedule. I have bought a new oven subsequently but I am still adapting myself to its new features, baking time and temperature.   Seaweed crackers are one snack that I’m very tempted to make for this CNY. However, all of the online seaweed crackers recipes are deep-fried which...

Cauliflower Tots

  In the past, my family and I didn’t quite like cauliflower. No matter how it was cooked, it’s always not as attractive or as tasty as broccoli. But ever since we have tasted these cauliflower tots, cauliflower is no longer a boring vegetable to us.   These cauliflower tots are made basically by mixing cauliflower with cheese, coriander leaves, onion, bread crumbs, egg white and some simple seasonings....

Shortbread Cookies

  Ho Ho Ho! It’s Christmas time again! I’m sure many of you have been busy baking for Christmas. If you still need one cookie recipe to add on to your to-bake list, then give this shortbread cookies recipe a try. It is easy-to-do and makes a perfect Christmas food gift for your family and friends.   Shortbread is traditionally made with three basic ingredients: sugar, butter and flour, and the...

Steamed Banana Cupcakes

  My steamed muffins and cupcakes recipes have been gaining popularity among my readers particularly two groups. The first group is those who have no oven while the second group comprises mommies who prefer steaming to baking. They love these recipes so much so that they have been requesting me to post more of such recipes on my blog.   In a way to thank their kind support, here is another MUST TRY...

Orange Cranberry Wheat Germ Muffins

  Lately, I have been reading up on wheat germ (小麦胚芽) and am amazed by the long list of nutrients it contains. Although tiny in size, it is packed with protein, vitamin E, folic acid, phosphorus, thiamine, zinc and magnesium. It is also a good source of dietary fiber. Hence, it would be great to incorporate wheat germ into our diet. You can add it into smoothies, milk shakes, granola, muffins,...

Homemade Pandan Kaya

  Kaya is a popular jam spread in both Malaysia and Singapore. It is a thick jam made from fresh coconut milk, eggs and sugar, infused with the scent of pandan leaves (screw pine leaves). It is often slathered together with a generous slab of butter in between two slices of crisp toast, hence named “kaya toast”.   When I was a child, I ate kaya made by my mom. But nowadays, I buy them. After trying...

Cold Soba Noodle Salad

  On hotter days, I often skip doing any serious cooking and turn to making simple and easy-to-prepare meals for lunch, like this cold soba noodle salad. This Asian inspired fusion one-dish meal is welcomed most by my family who loves both noodles and salad. It’s so refreshing and appetizing yet filing that we don’t mind having it as meal for the whole day.   Soba noodles, a type of Japanese thin...

Quick Congee with Grilled Salmon

  A couple months back, a cooking method on how to whip up a super-fast congee (Chinese rice porridge, 快速煲靚粥) was widely circulated among the internet users, as well as being demonstrated on cooking shows in Hong Kong and Taiwan.   The secret behind this method lies on the application of a little scientific know-how. Washed raw rice after being frozen will undergo a structural change. This...
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