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Steamed Egg Custard with Pork

It’s been a very very long time since I last posted due various reasons which saw me stopping blogging altogether. Nevertheless its still a deep passion of mine which I will slowly try to get it slotted back into my weekly schedule from this month onwards.First of all, I would like to thank all those […]

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Fried Sweet and Sour Spareribs

For dinner this evening, I decided to prepare a main dish which I can snack on while watching the live Champions League Final match later in case I grew hungry or if things don’t go too well for Liverpool and I might need to munch on something which isn’t going to be messy.So I decided […]

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Spicy Buttered Squid

Firstly I would like to apologize for my long absence due to my holiday. Today’s simple and quick Spicy Buttered Squid recipe was prepared during the holidays with my family and relatives. It has been quite some time since I saw some of my uncles and aunties residing in Sweden and Singapore and it was […]

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Kitchen Equipments and Supplies Galore

As an avid cook, I sometimes lose myself in a home depot store browsing through the latest kitchenwares and equipments or hunting for bargains. I quite often find myself staring at a new item and imagining ways of using it to either simplify or improve the cooking process. I was recently introduced to an online […]

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Carrot Cake for My Birthday

I just turned 32 on the 27th Feb and celebrated with my relatives at my auntie’s house. I have to admit it is quite a rare occasion to spend my birthday not being with my friends for dinner but it was a refreshing change. My aunt baked for me a grand Carrot Cake apparently her […]

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Vegetarian Potato Curry

Today’s featured recipe is vegetarian Potato Curry which I made to accompany some frozen roti canai my swedish uncle bought during his visit during CNY. I didn’t want to waste it cause it has been sitting in the freezer for quite some time. This dish is very rich in flavor and can also be served […]

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Penang Char Koay Teow

Time to rekindle a favorite hometown dish of mine which is the ever well-known Char Koay Teow. This is a must have every time I make a trip back and my favorite is located at Bayan Baru actually. Most local tourists would most likely know the Sister’s Char Koay Teow located at Macalister Road better […]

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Savory Char Hor Fun

I had lots of fun preparing this delightful dish since it always reminded me of the good old school days rushing to get it hot at the canteen before the line become too long for little old impatient me. Don’t be fooled by the look of this simple dish though cause it requires lots of […]

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Aromatic Chicken Masala

This is definitely one of my all time favorite Indian dish. I love hunting for Banana Leaf Rice shops and have a taste of their Chicken Masala in order to perfect mine. At the end of the day there will always be a few variation but all still taste heavenly. One of the main differences […]

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Soto Ayam with Rice Noodles

Once again I apologize for the lack of updates as life have kept me extremely busy both offline and online. I will not neglect this beloved blog and hobby of mine but updates will not be as frequent as before.That being said, whenever I do update, it will be a unique recipe for sure such […]

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Spicy Baked Ginger Chicken

Firstly I would like to apologize for the lack of updates as I was busy with my other blog projects in my attempt to earn money online which has been quite interesting. I’ve also not been cooking much lately with my better-half travelling overseas to participate in exhibitions but I did managed to whip up […]

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Tangy Garlic Chutney

A quick delicious chutney to go with Biryani Rice or indian snacks.Ingredients5 Garlic ClovesGarlic Cloves1 medium TomatoTomato5 Red ChiliesRed ChiliesSalt to tasteOilDirections1] Fry the 1st 3 ingredients in little oil.2] Add salt and grind into a smooth paste.3] Heat little oil in a pan and add this ground paste and fry until it becomes thick.4] […]

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Kuih Talam

I think its about time I make some dessert today for lunch rather than the usual fresh fruits which my better half never seem to get tired of. Exploring south of Malaysia to the historical state of Melaka where is the birth place of Nyonya and Eurasian cuisine brings to mind the unique Kuih Talam.The […]

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Indian Curry Crab

Of all the curries I have tasted in my life thus far, crab curry has an unbeatable aroma which just tantalizes the taste buds. I just love getting my hands dirty eating it and more so with a group of good friends cracking the shells on the table.Crab curry comes in many variations and influences […]

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Traditional Kung Pao Chicken

On Sunday evening, 8 of my better half’s relatives came over for dinner and a few of them was their first time visiting our home. With so much pressure, I didn’t want to disappoint them over this meal as I had a nightmare whereby the food might become the topic of conversation. So I prepared […]

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