Category Archives: Vegetables

家常便饭 – 菠菜汤 (Spinach Soup )

This dish looks simple and unappetising at first sight. Just a bowl of soup with a lot of greens in it. It’s akin to the small bowl of soup that hawkers place alongside your bowl of bak chor mee and … 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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Baked Broccoli & Cauliflower

I am not exactly sure what makes this an Eurasian dish. Perhaps the use of a mixture of cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower and broccoli, baked in a casserole and topped with cheese? The specific combination of ingredients that makes … Read more

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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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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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