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Char Siu Pao (叉烧包)

I literally grew up with these. They are the best things to have anywhere. If I were walking home from
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Black Char Siu (黑叉烧)

I want to make char siu (叉烧), but I don’t want to make red char siu. I don’t quite know
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Achar

Achar in Southeast Asia is a spiced pickle. My mother makes this a lot, and she loves to eat achar.
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Hokkaido Cream Cheese Tarts

I didn’t intend to bake these today. However, I made egg tarts yesterday and it was a disaster. I just
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Butter Prawn/Shrimp Curry

I have no clue if such a curry exists, but I have no other proteins other than prawns and I
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Wonton (馄饨)

We grow up with wontons. I cannot remember when I learned how to do this or when I was first
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The Pasta Maker Egg Noodle

The Pasta maker is such a blessing to our family. I have used it to make everything Asian so far:
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Churros

Print Recipe 0 from 0 votes Churros Course: Breakfast, SnackCuisine: SpanishKeyword: choux pastry, churros Author: Pamela Liu EquipmentWhiskFryer or Wok
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Chirashi Don (ちらし寿司)

I had just gone to the fishery and bought some really fresh fish. Normally, I would make some Singapore-style raw
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Raw Fish Salad(鱼生)

I like the Amoy Street stall the most when it comes to 鱼生粥 with a plate of 鱼生. I've tried
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Shakshouka(شكشوكة)

We see this form of poached eggs pretty often. I wasn’t sure what it is called and where it originated
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Singaporean Curry

I am not 100% sure exactly whose dish this is: Indian, Malay or Chinese, because everyone in Singapore cooks this
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Peach Galette

Print Yum Peach Galette IngredientsPastry 1 1/3 cup flour 4 Tbsp powdered sugar ¼ cup almond flour ¼ tsp salt
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Daniel’s Swordfish Pie

After shooting one of our classes a few weeks ago, Nick (my business partner) told me that our cameraman, Daniel,
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Fish Curry

Fish curry is a common dish in Singapore and Malaysia. Often cooked with the fish head or fish meat, the
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Tsukemen (つけ麺)

This is the cold ramen dipping noodles. I find it slightly faster to whip up compared to the regular ramen because
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Three Cups Chicken

This must the most common dish in any Chinese family across the globe. The three main ingredients in any Chinese
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Beef Rendang

Print Yum Beef Rendang Ingredients500g beef cheeks cut into cubes 5 tablespoons cooking oil 1 big onion sliced 1 thumb
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Mrs Lim’s Fried Chicken

Every single culture has got fried chicken. There are so many versions, it is mind-boggling. I make fried chicken so
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Curried Chicken and Leek Pie

Here’s my curried chicken and leek pie. I took the common chicken and leek pot pie to the next level.
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Pandan Coconut Cake

This is my husband’s favourite cake, but it took me twenty years to find out. You see, he would tell
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Braised Meat, Tofu or Eggs

Every Southeast Asian and Chinese family has a version of this. This is our comfort food, and it does not
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Mango Yogurt Chiffon Cake

Print Yum Mango Yogurt Chiffon Cake IngredientsFor one 19cm n one 17cm pan 8 egg yolks 53g castor sugar 60g
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Black Sesame Chiffon Cake

Print Yum Black Sesame Chiffon Cake Ingredients6 egg yolks 40g castor sugar 50g canola oil 90g coconut cream 80g self
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Doughnuts

These are the best doughnuts I have made. They are easy to make and very delicious, melt-in-the-mouth. My kids love
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Japanese-Singaporean Soba

I have made chashu (チャーシュー) the way most Japanese ladies make them quite often as the kids love it. I
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Cocoa Butter Cake

Ingredients 250 g butter  (room temp) 130g  castor sugar 4         egg yolks 1 tsp  vanilla extract 180g  self raising flour
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Oyakodon (親子丼)

The literal translation of Oyakodon (親子丼) means “parent-and-child rice bowl.” The chicken being the parent and the egg being the
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Savoury Muffins

A bit lazy to make bread, crusts for quiches are too troublesome. Don’t want to make any pastry, too much
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Kueh Salat

Print Yum Kueh Salat Ingredients450 g Glutinous rice soaked for 3 hrs. and steam for 30 mins. Add diluted 380
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Hati Babi Bungkus

300g bawang merah, pound. 400g minced pork (shoulder meat) 300g pork liver (use lesser liver if you don’t like the
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Zebra/Tiger Ogura Cake

Preheat Oven at 150C, lined bottom of 8″ round pan, lightly grease the side Ingredients: 4 g Bamboo Charcoal powder
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Fusion Baked Cheesecake

I have been making the baked New York cheesecake for more than 30 years. It has always been a hit.
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Basic Sambal

I use this sambal for anything that requires a rempah. Often used in Singaporean, Malaysian and Indonesian dishes. I normally
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Kambing Soup

This is a dish every Singaporean is familiar with, and it is often sold by Indian muslims. It fully utilizes
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Ramen

Print Yum Ramen IngredientsRamen 500g plain flour or bread flour 130g water 1 Tbsp alkaline water 1 tsp salt 2
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Mrs Lim’s Pound Cake

This is the most basic cake to bake. A pound cake mixed in a typical traditional Indonesian cake making style. Once
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Sri Lankan Egg Rolls

The Daughter saw these on the video below and asked me to make them. They are not difficult to make,
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Goat Curry

This is my own version of the goat curry. Therefore, it is ‘Singaporean-ized’. It is simple, and as my family
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Crusty French Loaf

These are so easy to make, and faster than rushing out to look for french loaves. This recipe is from
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Simple Ramen

My daughter and husband love ramen and we go out to eat ramen too often. My I have a dental
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Gourmet Shepherd’s Pie

My kids grew up eating this pie, as it is very suitable for little children. Whenever I wanted them to
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Soto Ayam

Soto Ayam is a common hawker food in Singapore, Malaysia that originated in Indonesia. As in most Singapore muslims foods,
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Traditional Black Forest Cake

My version of blackforest cake. My childhood favourite. My heirloom recipe. My many happy memories. Sharing the recipe here in
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Irene-inspired Kueh Lapis

This recipe is from my friend and church-mate, Irene. Has been around for more than 20 years, and served many.
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Yogurt Cranberry Chiffon Cakes

2nd round of clearing egg whites? Yogurt Cranberry Chiffon Cakes So pretty right? I have replaced 4 yolks with egg
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French Loaves in 1 hour

This recipe is what I turn to when I want to cook curry, or chilli crabs and need some french
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Haebi Hiam (蝦米香)

This is a really simplified version of the haebi hiam. It uses just regular ingredients from the pantry. I had
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Almond Brioche

Brioches, like croissants, take at least two days to develop that wonderful the taste and smell. I took two whole
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Sakura Flower Cake Roll

In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger. Still using the same swiss roll basic recipe.
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Chocolate Chips Cookies

I asked my daughter to make some piped butter cookies. She insisted on making these instead…. She said she wanted
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Fried Sesame Balls (金堆)

These snacks are everywhere on earth! Where you can find Chinese or IndoChinese, they will be present. Northern Asia of
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Snow Flake Red Velvet Roll

Been wanting to make this for a few days now, so finally got down to doing this. I engaged Daughter
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Carrot Cake

A traditional rustic carrot cake, very moist, very appetizing and finishes once it manages to get to the table.
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Vegan Bread Rolls

This is an accidental find. I ran out of milk, eggs and butter, and had made a starter. It is
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Orange Chiffon Cake

Print Yum Orange Chiffon Cake IngredientsEgg Yolk Mixture 20g Sugar (any fine sugar, sugar replacement, stevia etc) 5 egg yolks
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Red Wine Beef Stew

Stews are really important for mothers. From the East to the West, mothers make stews: chicken, lamb, beef, veggies, tofu
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Pandan Bread

My fourth son loves pandan bread, and you cannot purchase it outside Singapore. So he asked me if I would
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Raita

This is so simple and so delicious. It is also healthy. I made this dish to go with any curry,
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Teriyaki Chicken

This must be one of the easiest things to cook. Just cook chicken in a good sauce. Always a hit
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Nasi Bryani

Nasi bryani is such a common dish in Singapore, and every single Indian store I know sells it. It is
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Tandoori Chicken

This must be an Indian signature dish. Even though Indian is one of the four major races in Singapore, I
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Hot Cross Buns

I don’t ever bother try to make these because the store bought ones are great! They are so soft and
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Thai Anchovy and Nut Snack

I am not sure when this started to hit the supermarket shelves in Singapore and even in western countries. Probably
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Banana and Date Chiffon

There are the bananas that will be thrown out if I don’t use them today, but I really want to
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Curry Buns

Print Yum Curry Buns IngredientsBread 1 recipe from Tangzhong bun Filings 3 large potatoes, diced to 1/2 cm cubes 1
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Light Butter Walnut Cake

I wanted to do a light butter cake. It should be moist and buttery, and I wanted it to be
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Orange Buckwheat Chiffon cake

Here’s the chiffon cake that you cannot tell is good for you. It is moist, soft and delicious, fragrant and
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Char Kway Teow (炒果条)

Together with oyster omelette, char kway teow reminds me of the street operas in Singapore. 做大戏。I am not a fan
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Hilton Hotel Cheesecake

The cheesecake at Hilton has been famous for at least two to three decades, yet the recipe has always been
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Pandan Chiffon with 50% sugar

Chiffons are actually very good candidates for low carbo and low sugar bakes. However, it depends a lot on the
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Sushi

Making sushi is actually not very difficult. I have been making with my mother for quite some time. But I
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Sugee Cake

Sugee is a popular Eurasian cake in Singapore. In other places, it is called semolina cake.  The middle east folks
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Chicken Dumpling (鸡肉包)

We eat these on a daily basis in Singapore. It is sold literally everywhere. When I was teaching in SMU,
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Key Lime Light Cheesecake

This is a very light cheesecake. Since there’s cheese in it, it is moist and soft, and because of the
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Singapore Curry Chicken

This is so often cooked in our house, I don’t even think we need to have a recipe. But I’d
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Tempura Ramen

In making tempura, for me, it is like having a chemistry reaction. You drop the meat/veggies inside and it goes
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Quiche Lorraine

I used to love to make these as a teenager. They taste wonderful to me. Imagine the glee when Delifrance
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Japanese Cheese Cake

At one point of my life, I was so intrigue by cheesecakes. That must be 30 years ago, when cheese
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Mum’s Nasi Lemak

Nasi is rice in Malay, while lemak means fat, though when we say lemak, it often refers to coconut milk
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Peking Duck(北京鸭)

I don’t usually like to roast duck because it is time consuming to make good roast ducks. Of course, it
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Sambal Ikan Bilis

O, I love these so much. When I was a kid, you could buy these from a neighbour’s house. Just
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Babi Chin

This is a pretty common dish and I believe besides the peranakan families who made it famous, many Chinese families
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Banana Bread

Lots of bananas again. So here they are. This recipe is very moist and can challenge the hummingbird. It is
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Nasi Lemak Cookies

I have no clue there are such cookies. Heard that it is a new invention by a bake shop in
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Pineapple Tarts (Pillow)

Print Yum Pineapple Tarts (Pillow) IngredientsPastry 350g plain flour 25g corn flour 35g icing sugar 250g butter - ice cold,
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Wasabe Green Peas Cookies

My son loves those wasabe green peas snacks. So I often buy them for him. However, for some reason, those
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Kueh Kapit (Love letters)

Grew up eating these. So much easier these days to make them over electrical ones. We used to stoop near
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Custard Butter Cookies

These cookies melt in your mouth and are simply wonderful! I first baked them when I was a teen, and
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Sugee Cookies

Found some semolina! So happy, and did some sugee. I like my sugee with some salt and small. This is
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Cranberry Cream Cheese Buns

My husband loves these. He would buy them warm from this bakery in Shenton Way (I forgot the name of
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Mocha Fly African Cake

This is another egg white cake. It is so delicious, you can never guess its ingredients. I have added a
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Ayam Buah Keluak

I have postponed documenting this, simply because it is a long process and takes a while to recall the steps
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Steam Stuff Sotong

Not sure of the origin of this dish. Every culture and cuisine seems to have a version of the stuffed
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Ayam Pedas Ikan

Every Singaporean family has a version of this dish, too, and it does not matter if you are Chinese, Malay
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Sayur Lodeh – Vegetable Curry

Simple Indonesian vegetable curry. Staple of most South East Asians. Added some prawns for extra taste. Print Yum Sayur Lodeh
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Brandy Fruit Cake

I don’t normally like fruit cakes, I find them too heavy and often too sweet and just loaded with taste
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Volcano Fruit Cake

I wanted to bake a cake, and saw many people making a pastry fruit cake. I examined the recipe, and
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Grand Marnier Sponge Cake

I love Grand Marnier as a liqueur and as a wonderful after meal drink. I had imagined how these combinations
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Begedil (Fried Potato Cutlet)

Is it perkedel or begedil? My hubby asked. These are both. The Indonesians call this perkedel but the Javanese call
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Tahu Telur (Bean Curd Omelette)

I have never understood nor appreciated my mother’s style of cooking. I couldn’t figure why, when everybody’s curry was watery
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Big Pork Dumpling (大包)

Steamed yeast buns has always been my nemesis. It looks so deceptively simple yet, I find it harder than any