Author Archives: cllism

Medieval Braised Spring Greens

It’s a long weekend cometh, finally! Have taken some time off work to spend it with the boy because it’s his sixth birthday on 2nd April, and the final one that allows him to take time off from school without … Read more

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Double Steaming Fish Maw Soup In Young Coconut

Double steaming is a common method used in Chinese cuisines to cook soup with ingredients that are expensive (e.g. bird’s nest, herbal soup). This is usually done in a ceramics jar or sometimes even in melons or coconuts which can … Read more

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No-Fuss Chicken & Potato Stew

I didn’t get to take any nice pictures of this recipe because I recall it was meant to be an experiment, a recipe that I was trying out for fun over a rather tiring weekend and as such wasn’t intending … Read more

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Seafood Soba Noodles

Sometimes, after a hard day at work (or a not so exciting day which makes it very difficult to trough through the long hours), a bowl of noodles is all it takes to let me wind down and relax.

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Indian Fusion Uppuma Semolina With Vegetables

Upma, or uppuma semolina, is a dish originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is a common meal that the Indians have for breakfast, lunch or dinner, one cooked with semolina, a mix of spices and vegetables. As semolina is made … Read more

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