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  • Lobster Spaghetti Recipe 28 Jul '15, 8am

    Recently I purchased some incredible value-for-money lobster tails (read my detailed review with buying tips here ; Disclosure: they are my Qoo10 affliate links). Even though I bought them at an amazing price of S$8.25 per lobster tail, they are still considered an expensive delicacy ...

  • Sour Plum Drink Recipe 29 Jul '15, 2am

    1. Add sour plums and sugar in a mug. Add just enough hot water to cover the sour plums. Stir to dissolve the sugar, and let it sit for a few minutes until the sour plums are softened. 2. Cut the lime in half, squeeze in the lime juice and discard the seeds. 3. Transfer the sour plum ...

  • Soya Beancurd Recipe 26 Jul '15, 8pm

    In a saucepan, add all the ingredients except instant jelly powder. Heat until warm but not boiling, whisking or stirring the soya milk until fully dissolved. Stir in instant jelly powder until fully dissolved. Run the soya milk through a sieve for about 4 times. Gently pour into 2 bo...

  • #RhoneRangers #Recipe: Thai Basil Chicken

    Thai Basil Chicken Recipe 13 Jul '15, 3am

    You also need the right type of basil, i.e. Thai holy basil , if you are going for the authentic taste found in Thailand. To make this dish, I am more than willing to make my way to the Thai supermarket at Golden Mile Complex (Singapore), just to buy the basil! The trip is well worth ...

  • Crispy Fried Egg Noob #Cook Recipes | Singapore Food, #Cooking & Recipes Blog

    Crispy Fried Egg Recipe 12 Jun '15, 6pm

    To achieve the perfect crispy fried egg, you are are basically deep-frying the egg, so be prepared for a violent but controlled splattering of oil (you have been warned). For a runny yolk, the timing needs to be precise and brief. There’s much more leeway if you are after a solid yolk...

  • Eight Treasures Tea Recipe 21 Jun '15, 3pm

    Apart from the above ingredients, other commonly used ingredients in Eight Treasures Tea include dried lily buds, long jing or oolong tea leaves, orange peel, dried raisins and licorice roots. Feel free to substitute the recipe with your favourite ingredients.

  • Mango Sticky Rice - Page 2 of 2 10 May '15, 1pm

    Place bamboo basket containing drained rice in an outer pot. Steam for 20 minutes. Prepare the sauce by adding coconut milk, sugar and salt in a microwave-safe bowl at MEDIUM for 1 minute. Use a whisk to dissolve the sugar thoroughly. Alternatively, you may use a saucepan and prepare ...

  • Gula Melaka (Palm Sugar) 09 Apr '15, 11am

    . They are popularly used in Nonya, Malaysian, Thai and South East Asian cooking (including drinks and desserts). They are commonly sold in the cylindrical cake blocks as shown above, as the collected sap from coconut palm trees are boiled, thickened and poured into cylindrical bamboo...

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