Monthly Archives: March 2014

roast chicken, egg and gruyere cheese mini-pies – an impossibly easy mini-pie recipe

I roasted a chicken breast and was going to shred the chicken, mix in some mayonnaise and mustard, and make that into a filling for a chicken sandwich. Then because…

chicken with lemongrass and sambal oelek

I have this thing for lemongrass. The problem with cooking with lemongrass though, is more often than not, quite a bit of work is involved. By this, I do not…

shredded chicken hor fun

I was chatting with my friend, Adeline from The Accidental Mom Blogger one day not too long ago and we spoke about linking up and cooking 2 different dishes using…

steamed fish with ginger, garlic, miso, chilli and spring onion

Since my mom’s operation late last year, she has not been able to cook like she used to because of water retention in her legs, causing her to not be…

strawberry bread

It has been a while since I last baked something that is not savoury. Blame it on my very packed schedule. I really missed baking though. I would plan my…

garlic miso chicken にんにく味噌チキン

I always try to go to the supermarket with a list. It is all about discipline, especially for someone like myself. I love to cook and when I see ingredients…

baked rice with roast chicken, mushroom, red peppers and three cheeses

Every Sunday, I cook easy peasy food because, really, after an entire week of cooking, Sunday is sort-of my rest day. Sort of – because there is always someone to…

long beans with sambal belacan

When I crave for something spicy, I think sambal belacan. There is something magical about sambal belacan. Apart from being so tasty, it also imparts to food a depth of…

chicken, bunashimeiji and spinach mini-pies – an impossibly easy mini-pie recipe

I know I have blogged about quite a few mini-pies in this blog. See, the thing is, it is such a versatile recipe – indeed, the possibilities for the fillings…