Tomato Garlic Prawns

What happens when you have too much prawns leftover from Prawn Noodles? You whip up an old childhood dish that brings back loads of memories! A simple dish with simple ingredients that’s light and refreshing with the acidity of the tomato sauce. Tomato Garlic Prawns Ingredients 500g Prawns, shell removed 2 tbsp oil 4 cloves…

Prawn and Pork Ribs Noodle

The husband requested for a simple soupy noodle meal for dinner, but when he mention soup, I was suddenly craving for rich prawn broth. Inspired by my colleagues prawn noodle soup that she did over the weekend, I decided to fix that as my dinner menu! The prep work was pretty easy, but it takes…

Tender Pork Ribs with Hash

I’m hardly a fan of pork ribs, but the husband is. Especially if it’s tender soft ribs where the meat peels off easily from the bones. So on a very rare date to Orchard, we went PS Cafe and ordered their ribs. Which I end up falling in love with! And that started my quest…

Kimchi Soup

I’ve recently went crazy over Korean Cuisine. Especially for someone who can’t really take spicy food, I keep getting cravings for Korean food. Though the cravings are constant, but I have to make sure I watch my diet. So nothing too rich, but still able to fulfill my cravings. Therefore, Kimchi Soup it is! Kimchi…

Soy Sauce Chicken

Since young, I’m a sucker for chicken. Apart from Hainanese Chicken, Soy Sauce Chicken was introduced to me when I was slightly older. When I see that glistering brown skin of the chicken, I just fell in love with it. Similarly to Chicken Rice, the tender, juice meat of the chicken never fails amaze me! Having…

Braised Pork Belly with Teriyaki Beer Sauce

One of our potlunch theme was ‘Pork Feast’, which was also a farewell potlunch for one of my colleague who absolutely loves pork. Well.. I’m sure most of us will. I do too, but I always end up cooking a pork dish that ended up too dry or tough. I’ve tried the trick is using baking…

Korean Japchae

For some strange reason, when I was young, I thought Japchae was just Stir-fried Tanghoon. Never a fan of tang hoon means I wasn’t open to trying Japchae. But as one age, as we all know, our taste buds change as well. I forgot how I came to try a mouth of tang hoon, but…

Homemade Char Siew

Traditionally, char siew is made either grilled or roasted in the oven. Not having a commercial kitchen feels like a very tedious process to me. Yes, I have an oven, but somehow I still love most of my meals being cooked over the stove. I came across this post on Facebook that cooks char siew…