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Crispy Peanut Pancake (面煎粿)


Really craving this snack and found a recipe that doesn’t require starter nor yeast for the batter! The batter needs to rest for 30 minutes according the recipe. I made the peanut filling and prepared the batter the night before instead. Rested the batter overnight while I sleep and had a crispy, just-in-time breakfast right when I rolled out of Read More

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Ambon Binka Honeycomb Cake


I have tried making Ambon Binka countless times. None had great success. This holiday mold came just in time for Christmas. I thought why not give it a try again? Much better. Can’t get enough chewiness out of mini cakelets however. Will try again in a larger square pan next time. Ingredients Starter 2 tsp active dry yeast 1 Tbsp all purpose Read More

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Char Siu Pot Sticker Noodles


While in the bay area this summer, I had the opportunity to try many Singaporean dishes from several home chefs who offer hawker-style food that are closest and nearest to heart. One of my favorite dishes is Mama Judy’s Won Ton Mee that combines springy noodles, fried wontons, fresh green bok choy, and fatty-juicy char siu. Those tossing sauce that Read More

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Teochew Png Kueh 潮州饭桃 (Steamed Glutinous Rice Cake)


Updated Oct 24th, 2021 It’s been more than two years since we last tasted this kueh from my mother-in-law, that’s how long we haven’t visited Singapore since Covid started! Our next trip home is not until Feb next year. I decided to make this kueh again just to curb the cravings. Some will also be frozen so that the girls Read More

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Mee Goreng


Updated Oct 17th, 2021 I wrote this post exactly 3 years ago but never published it. Tried to cook this dish again and followed the recipe to the t. Still good 👍. Though I think it might be better to divide the ingredients into 2 portions and fried separately. My wok is just too small to stir everything together in Read More

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Singapore Satay


Updated: August 8th, 2021 Added new pictures and fine-tuned additional ingredients. First Published: September 28th, 2015 No one will argue Singapore Satay is one of Singapore’s signature dish. Whenever we do BBQ in the summer, it is a must-have item on the menu. Thanks to Prima Taste, we can easily enjoy authentic Singapore Satay thousands of miles away from home. Read More

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Chinese Rojak (Salad in Shrimp Paste Dressing)


Updated: June 26th, 2021 Updated pictures and added green mango to the ingredients. Tastes delicious as always as long as you have Chinese crullers as the anchor. With all these bright and juicy fruits in the mix, the cucumbers are tasting a little flat. Next time, I will consider adding fresh lychee and guava. First Published: September 7th, 2015 My Read More

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Braised Pork with Egg and Fried Bean Curd (卤蛋)


Updated: June 21st 2021 How time flies! I have cooked this dish many times since it was first published in 2015. It was always at the request of EK or the children. It is one of the most requested dish these days when the girls visit. I cooked it again this weekend and managed to capture the key steps with Read More

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Bak Wan Kepiting Cabbage Rolls


I stumbled upon Cabbage Rolls while browsing the web. They look like exqusite delicacies, and is a dish that is common to the cuisines of Europe, Asia, and Africa. I decided my Cabbage Rolls will be stuffed with Bak Wan Kepiting (Pork and Crab meatball soup) from Mrs Leong’s The Best of Singapore Cook Book. This certainly takes a lot Read More

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