Tempura is a Japanese method of deep-frying seafood and vegetables with a light and natural batter. The result of the batter is usually lighter in colour (a faint yellow) compared to most other deep-fried food, using iced water, yolk and … Read more
Category Archives: Japanese
This matcha ice-cream, better eaten as scoops than as popsicles, is sweet. Really sweet. Do go easy on the condensed milk if you’re fearful of sugar. I very much prefer the version with milk and egg that the guy did … Read more
This weekend is a bummer. The boy is having high fever again, for the second time this year. So I can’t really cook much if I have one less person at home to enjoy the food that I cook.
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
I love noodles. I love them dry and spicy. Stir-fried. With chillies. Ramen. Instant mee. Bee Tai Mak. Spaghetti. Bee hoon.