Homemade Milo Dinosaur

Milo is a very popular drink in Singapore. My husband also likes it very much. My version is super easy and less sweet. 1. Add 35g Milo powder in glass. 2. Pour in 200ml hot water. Stir with a spoon to dissolve Milo powder. 3. Prepare ice cubes. I crush them a bit so that... Continue Reading →


Chinese Cured Pork Belly & Bamboo Shoot Stir-fry

Chinese cured meat is very popular during Spring festival, also known as Chinese New Year. My first try on Chinese Cured Pork was about 3 years ago. My sister went to Jiang Xi province, which is located in southwestern China. She went there for a friend's wedding. And when she came back, she brought a... Continue Reading →

Yogurt Marinade Roasted Chicken

This dish needs to be prepared 24 hours ahead. I used 3 chicken drumsticks. Cut them several times with a knife. Then sprinkle salt and pepper. Give them a good massage. Add in 1/2 cup yogurt and 3 tablespoon chili powder. If you want them to be more spicy, you can add more chili powder.... Continue Reading →

Tom Yam Gong Soup

My husband and I had very good Tom Yam Gong Soup when we were in Bangkok. I really love it. Can't wait to try after we come back. I bought Tom Yam Gong paste from supermarket. It's a really quick soup. 1. Add 400 ml water in the pot. Add in chopped blue ginger and... Continue Reading →

Pineapple Rice

I bought a whole pineapple from supermarket. Cut at the 1/3 height. Use knife and spoon to scoop the pineapple out. Set the pineapple shell aside. Cut the pineapple into small chunks. I also used a pineapple rice paste bought from supermarket. 1. Clean Prawns. Take off the head and shell. 2. Heat a little... Continue Reading →

Green Curry Chicken

The green curry paste I used was bought from supermarket. 1. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in chopped ginger and curry paste. Stir fry till aromatic. 2. Pour in 1 small pack of chicken stock and 150 ml coconut milk. Stir well and bring to boil. 3. Add in chicken. I cut... Continue Reading →

Sweet & Sour Sauce Prawns

1. Clean the Prawns. Cut off the whisker. Poke in the second last segment with a toothpick and pull out the intestine. 2. Heat some oil in the pan. Put all the Prawns in. Stir fry till each side turns red. 3. Pull Prawns to the side of the pan. Add in chopped garlic &... Continue Reading →

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