Author Archives: cllism

虾米香 (Hae Bee Hiam)

Singaporeans love our spices and we love to cook many things using these various spices, chillies and condiments available locally and regionally. Given that we live in a tropical and warm country, this aspect of our eating habit never fails … Read more

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Twice-Baked Potato Dinosaurus T-Rex!

Made this dish just for fun. Thought it might amuse the little one during dinner. Admittedly, it didn’t turn out looking very gconvincing, but I had quite some fun preparing the dish and it didn’t taste too bad at all. … Read more

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Mandarin Orange and Cheese Cake Slices

What do you do with leftover mandarin oranges after the Chinese New Year? Put them to good use in a nice dessert cake such as this very delicious mandarin orange and cheese cake slices. But if you are too lazy … Read more

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Eurasian Pang Susie (Sweet Potato Buns With Spiced Minced Pork)

Pang Susie, or Pang Susi, is an Eurasian snack that’s popularly consumed during the Easter or Christmas seasons. It is a very interesting snack with its dough made of mashed sweet potato, as well as with a spiced meat filling … Read more

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潮州軟糕 (Teochew Soft Cake)

This is a childhood snack of mine – the Teochew soft cake, or what one would call ‘neng go’ (soft cake) in Teochew. These ‘cakes’ can be commonly found in local bakeries and traditional Teochew pastry shops, available throughout the … Read more

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