Category Archives: Eurasian

A Most Flavoursome Eurasian Tim Soup

This is the Eurasian take on salted vegetable soup cooked with pork ribs and tomatoes. The Chinese dialect goups (Teochew and Hokkien) have their own versions too, for instance, Teochews love using duck to cook their soup. This version uses … Read more

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A Very Filling Meal Of Eurasian Kristang Stew

This is a Eurasian style stew, cooked with chicken, loads of vegetables and quite a bit of spices. If you like the taste of spice, this dish is made for you. But if not, stay away. It can be served … Read more

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Eurasian Style Green Chilli Sambal

This is a Eurasian style of Yong Tau Foo, with large green chillies stuffed with fish paste as well as a paste of belacan to go with. One will need to eat this with lots of rice so that the … Read more

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Eurasian Permenta Style Stir-Fry Chicken

I love the colours in this dish. There’s red, green, orange and a tinge of brown. So fresh, so bright, so appealing and so appetising.

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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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