Author Archives: cllism

Stir-Fried Brussel Sprouts

I wanted to do something without hassle this weekend. Brussel sprouts fit the bill just nice – a vegetable that remains stranger to our taste buds, yet is easy and uncomplicated to handle.

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Homemade Sweet Corn & Zesty Lemon Ice-Cream

Corn – this has to be one of my favourite flavours for snacks, be it for ice-cream, mochi, candies or any other desserts. This ice-cream tastes absolutely heavenly, a flavour that’s both flirty and uniquely Asian.

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Baked & Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Packed Over The Brim

It’s like pizza – you add what you like onto the base and then top it all off with melted cheese. The portobello mushrooms here are real cheap too – at one pound per pack of 4. It’s definitely a … Read more

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Sausage Roll Puff Magic

Even chefs use puff pastries. I really don’t see why there’s ever a need to make the pastry dough from scratch. Puff pastries are probably one of the best frozen foods invented since the 20th century.

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A Cheat Treat Of Teochew Style Braised Meat, Chicken Liver and Egg

I love eating completely braised eggs where the sauce gets right through and all around them. I always feel cheated whenever I buy a superficially braised or Chinese Tea egg where the outside looks perfectly browned and the inside tastes … Read more

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