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Taro Pancake

It’s Saturday morning. Waking up late, I said we needed magic for a start. I whipped up a buttery batter, scented deep purplish dust of Taro tea powder. The mixing bowl unfurled an enchanting odour of sunny morning after overnight rain. My secrets weren’t only that but more butter. In an already buttery batter, I

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Son-in-Law Eggs (Kai Look Koey)

When I cook “son-in-law eggs”, it actually makes me giggle the entire time. Frankly, the name of this dish cracks me up in the weirdest way. Son-in-law egg is a famous Thai dish, it can be served as snack or devoured with some hot jasmine rice. The wonderful combination of crispy, deep fried boiled eggs and

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Spicy Mango Salad with Eggs

Spicy, sweet, sour, salty are the main tastes we sense from food. They can be compromised or contrasted one another. They are like music notes which can settle the plate down right romantic or beat the excitement out of the pot. But what if there were a dish that highlights them all, it must be

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Comforting Fried Eggs Inspired by Kylie Kwong

On of my favourite cooking show is Kylie Kwong: Cooking with Heart and Soul, not only her smile reminds me of my childhood friends but her cooking is like my mother’s. She makes Chinese cooking reachable and her dishes tell stories. One of my favourite episodes was one that she made Mrs Jang’s simplest fried eggs

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Egg Fried Rice with Turkey Bacon

I can’t believe I haven’t shared this simplest recipe that can be quickly fixed in 5 minutes. As rice is a stable food in our household, few cups of leftover usually pop up a few times a week. There is no other best way to handle this like cradling those fine grains in the sizzling

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Rice Flour Crepe with Shrimp Salad

Healthy living is something we tried to absorb in our family as much as possible. I can’t totally go all the way and rule my family against to-do list. Yesterday, my husband came home with a bag of hot chips when it was first rain here and I realized I wouldn’t be able to live without junk

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Rice Vermicelli with Prawn

Friday means empty refrigerator, no fresh fruit and almost everything in the kitchen is vanished. Friday cooking is lazy, simple and challenging. Whatever left in refrigerator, kitchen counter are needed to be chopped, diced and composed to a quick meal over lunch and dinner. Today lunch was made from a package of rice vermicelli and prawns

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Spiced Scramble Egg Sandwich

Yaseen seriously fell on the ground when he was trying to race with his dad in the morning walk. He injured himself badly on this right arm, but very soon he just forgot about it completely. I felt sorry for him and I wanted to make his favorite breakfast. I knew Egg Burgee (Indian Spicy Scramble

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Pancake with Warm Strawberry Reduction

A few day ago, when we had breakfast at Macdonald, Yaseen adored a “hot cake meal” which was hot pancakes with maple syrup, crispy hatch brown and some hot chocolate. His hands and face were so sticky with the syrup and butter. He wanted more so we went to order again, but it was such

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Banana Waffle and Strawberry Smoothie

The lovely thing about banana waffle is it is very soft and sticky unlike a basic waffle which is spongy and fluffy. The smell of cooked banana is like a warm and comforting baby food. This is of course, Yaseen’s favourite dish. Banana Waffle Ingredients: (4 servings) 1 cup flour 1 tsp baking powder 2 banana- mashed 2 eggs 1/2 cup sugar 75

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