Updated Post on 9-10-2014
I have prepared the soup again today and have some new picture taking. However, today when I prepared the soup, as I am running out of time, I have decided to by pass the sautéing of
The main staple food for Asians are rice. We have rice porridge, fried rice, plain white rice, steamed rice, braised rice ….. But we seldom have baked rice.
Bake is usually associated with oven which is rather uncommon to
You may be surprised about this title! In fact, the title is not correct either. What I am going to post is not “what I cooked today” or “what I ate today”. It was a gathering at one of my
Update on 13-9-2016
Upload of new pictures. I have been preparing this these few years as I really like the fritters which is crispy. The thinner your fritters, the crispier it will be.
Vegetable fritter is rather international. Almost
I never cooked tempeh before. I have tempeh in some Malay restaurants but I did not like it. However, after joining various Facebook Food Groups, I noted that tempeh is becoming popular in Singapore and I have decided
I am trying out this format whether it works or not.
On 17-July 2013, white rice served with:
|1||Spinach pork rib soup||菠菜排骨汤|
|2||Fried Bean Curd and Fish Cake with Chinese Celery||豆干鱼饼炒芹菜|
|3||Pak Choi Soup||大白菜排骨汤|