A Not So Traditional Nonya Sweet and Sour Snapper Dish

Sweet and Sour Snapper

To a mathematician, this might make for an appetising dish because it makes for a perfect S3.  A perfectionist might want to add in yet another ‘S’ – Sweet and Sour Sambal Snapper!

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Something Fishy… Fusion Seafood Fried Rice

Seafood Fried Rice

My mum-in-law gave me four pieces of salmon fillet last week. This is the third, and probably last, salmon dish that I am going to do this week. I will have to really think hard about what I want to do with the precious last piece!

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Baked Macaroni with Salmon and Clam Chowder

Baked Macaroni with Salmon and Clam Chowder 1

I finally uncovered the secret to a sizzling brown baked dish – it’s Mozzarella cheese! I’ve always been using rice and cheddar cheese slices to make baked dishes at home, but have never achieved the bubbling effect of baked dishes that I see served in restaurants. Mozzarella cheese is a real wonder! What took me so long to realise that?

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A Fusion Of East & West Simplicity With Omelette and Me(e)

Omelette Mee

This is an adapted version of one of the ‘Maggie Mee’ recipes that was published in the Straits Times, let’s see, 2 years ago? I still cook this occasionally, reason being it is bud-tempting, sinful, and most importantly, easy to prepare.

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Another Mama’s Recipe – Sambal Long Bean

Sambal Long Bean

It’s another simple dish, on another simple day, after another mad round of unbelievably intense marking. I believe I use the same method to cook almost all kinds of vegetables – kang kong and… – let’s keep it to vegetable (Sing.). Maybe I don’t cook that many types of vegetables after all. How many different kinds are there anyway?

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