Author Archives: cllism

Baked Teriyaki Salmon

I’m so glad we made it over the last two weeks of nightmare. We took turns to catch Covid two weeks before, starting from myself, and then the boy, and then the guy. In total, it took us about a … Read more

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Sayur Lodeh (Vegetables in Coconut Milk)

Sayur lodeh is a very popular Malay dish in Singapore and Malaysia. ‘Sayur’ means ‘vegetables’, while ‘lodeh’ means refers to an ingredients that is cooked until soft. This dish originated from Indonesia, and is commonly served alongside rice or rice … Read more

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Stack It Up With Tauhu Goreng

I love tauhu goreng, especially those served at the Muslim stalls which are rounded, tall and crispy all over. I don’t know how they do it but it’s always so delicious and looks so unresistable.

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Hot & Sour Soup (酸辣汤)

Time to celebrate the closing of a festive new year season. May the year of the Tiger be a calm and peaceful one, and may we continue to look forward to a better year ahead.

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Millionnaire’s Fried Rice With Crabmeat & Omelette

I love the smell of this dish. Crabmeat – adding this ingredient into the rice immediately transforms a simple plate of fried rice into a most wonderful, delicious, fragrant, artisanal plate that smells like a million dollars. It makes the … Read more

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