This is the first recipe to welcome myself back home in Singapore! And because my kitchen is currently at its most barren state (with dust being the main occupant), I’ll have to make do with the simplest recipe I could … Read more
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In my personal opinion, this was probably the most challenging dish I’ve done so far. Not only was it time-consuming; it was also physically and mentally draining, given the amount of preparations required beforehand as well as the amount of … Read more
Shui Jian Bao literally means ‘buns fried/cooked/steamed in water. It came to me as a sudden realisation. I didn’t know that the name was so literally translated! One really has to get down and cook a dish in order to … Read more
I wonder why, but the meaning of this dish has become lost in translation. ‘蛋花湯’, literally ‘egg flower soup’, describes the appearance of the egg ‘exploding’ when it cooks quickly in heat; ‘Egg Drop Soup’ on the other hand describes … Read more
I’m so happy! So elated! Extremely ecstatic! ~ I’ve got a new wok! A new toy! This, after six months of frying with an overused and undermost unqualified crockery – a saucepan. I’m on cloud nine!