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Warm Tofu Salad

Whether you are or aren’t a fan of tofu, I want you to give this recipe a try. This warm tofu salad (Well, it’s not quite a typical salad, and we usually make it as snack) has a zingy, robust flavor. Plainly, it’s a deep-fried tofu in a bed of lettuce with a tangy, sweet

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Weekly Health Tips with Sadik

Who doesn’t want to have a healthy body? They say, a healthy mind can stay only in a healthy body. So here are some of my heath tips. I’m not a heath or nutrition expert. But I’m pretty sure that all of these will help everyone stay fit Eat lot of fruits, I love fruits. I

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Shoyu Fish with Wasabi Mushy Pea

We love eating fresh, and try avoiding buying frozen food as much as we can. Frozen pea and corn are those I highly restrict in my household. Not only the fresh one tastes so much better, but I get to spend a little time opening fresh pea with Yaseen. He loves helping with the pea

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Prawn in Coconut Soup

Do you have a recipe that filled with all of your favourite ingredients? How can it go wrong when a pot is simmering every single thing you love together? I have a simple soup recipe that you are going to love. It is so simple and quick unlike a lot of soup recipe that needed

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Chrysanthemum Tea

Flowers are pretty things. Is drinking flower tea making you feel pretty as well? Yes, it does for me. I love herbal tea especially those which made from colorful blossoms from the wild. That’s why I love Roselle tea, hibiscus tea, and always have dried Chrysanthemum in my pantry. These flowers are not only giving you

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Roselle Ice-Tea

Whenever I went back to Thailand, the first stop was always a refreshing herbal/natural drink which is so easily to find in any corner of the streets. They are usually the small set up, on the table with beautiful shades of sweet herbal drinks line up in the glass jars. There are something from coconut

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Tapioca with Fish Curry (Kappa and Meen Curry)

When my husband told me about using tapioca in savoury dishes I thought it was one of his silly jokes. I love tapioca but I have never tried it savoury. We use tapioca a lot in sweet dishes in Thailand. Tapioca in sugar syrup was simply comforting and delightful, and with the drizzle of thick

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Paprika Potato with Asian Slaw Sandwich

I love it when simple recipe gives such a flavourful result. We have been eating really heavy meals and greasy food all weekend, so I wanted to make a light and fresh bite for lunch. We love sandwich, the meatier- the juicer, the better. But today I took a vow to take a lean meal without

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Bok Choy with Prawn

“Never cook boy choy more than a minute”, my mother used to say, fresh vegetables are always good as they are. So we love to toss the green leaves in the smoking hot wok, and let the leaves rustle fiery, greasy, iron surface. And it’s all to be quick, only a minute, let the heat

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Cheddar and Paprika Cracker

I can’t think of any reason to buy crackers from supermarket because making them at home is such a fun process. You can customize and personalize your very own favourite crackers in any way you like, you got to select the best, organic and healthy ingredients to work with, and you can also avoid tons

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