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 of wheat, it cooks and fluffs up in volume once cooked in water, just like rice does, which makes it a complete substitute for rice in the Indian regions.
I’ve tried quite a few red bean ice-cream recipes, including the Japanese style ‘Creamy Red Bean Popsicles‘ using Azuki red bean paste and heavy cream, and the ‘Red Bean Soup Popsicle‘ which really was a convenient way of using up my red bean soup. Now, I have the authentic Potong style red bean popsicle right here which uses condensed milk (use sparingly!) and blended red beans to mimic the taste of childhood. Read more
A week more to Chinese New Year in Singapore. Everyone is looking forward to a better year ahead – so am I.
This dish was delicious. Absolutely wonderful. The amalgamated flavours and taste of the blackpepper and garlic brought this dish up by many levels. Once you take a bite of the prawns, you would be able to understand why this dish was so worth the while. And it is simple to make, no fuss at all!