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    One Pot Green Curry Penne with Salmon

    Ingredient 250gm San Remo Pulse Pasta  1 zucchini, cut into chunks 1 yellow pepper, cut into chunks 150gm oyster mushroom 1 medium onion, sliced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp ginger, minced 3 heap tbsp Thai green curry paste 200ml light coconut milk 2 cups water handful of thai basil salt & pepper to taste […] More

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    Strawberry Caprese Pasta Salad with Balsamic Glaze

    This will be my last posting for 2017!! Hopefully the coming 2018 I’m still pink in health to share more awesome food with you all! I hereby wishing all readers Good Health & Happiness for the coming 2018 New Year!  Ingredient Balsamic Glaze 3/4 cup balsamic vinegar 3 tbsp brown sugar pinch of salt Pasta […] More

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    Mary Berry’s Easy Fruit Cake

    No requirement of soaking dried fruits in alcohol nor aging it, really easy fruit cake which is kids friendly! The cake is burst with buttery and fruity flavour. With the additional of ground almonds, it really gives a moist and tender texture!  Ingredient 225gm salted butter, room temperature  180gm fine sugar 4 large eggs 1/2 […] More

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    Creamy Chicken Artichoke Lasagne Rolls

    Creamy Chicken Artichoke Lasagne Rolls Ingredient 300gm minced chicken 1 onion, finely chopped 2 x 425gm can diced tomato 3 cloves garlic 2 tsp dried rosemary 2 tsp dried basil 1 tsp dried oregano 2 tsp sugar 180gm Casa Rinaldi artichoke garlic sauce 250gm cottage cheese 1 large egg 3 tbsp freshly chopped parsley 3 […] More

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    Air Fried Crispy Roast Duck

    This is my challenging attempt to roast a duck using the halogen air fryer! The first thing I’m worrying is whether the whole duck can fit into the air fryer compartment. I try to get the smallest duck as possible and after removing its neck and bottom, it managed to fit in just nicely!!  220 […] More

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    Peng’s Kitchen: Kids Baking

    These are the delicious bakes done by my kids! The only chance they can mess around is during their school holidays. ^0^ I asked them what they wanted to bake and both requested for chocolaty treats! One of them wanted cookies and the other wanted muffins, so I spent half of the morning assisting and […] More

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    Cha Soba Hiyashi Chuka (Japanese Cold Noodle Salad)

    My final noodle posting for the week! Easy peasy Japanese salad noodle to prepare and taste so refreshing. A great lunch idea if you do not want a heavy meal!  Ingredients Salad Dressing 7 tbsp light soy sauce 5 tbsp fine sugar 4 tbsp rice vinegar 3 tbsp sesame oil 3 tbsp water 1 tbsp […] More

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    Peng’s Kitchen: Shoyu Ramen

    Its been a while I’ve prepared such elaborate dish as the Nitamago eggs, Japanese Chashu and basic broth are all done from scratch, except the ramen which I’ve used #Hakubaku Organic Ramen. Its best to prepare the lava eggs and chashu at least one day in advance as they required ample time for the flavour […] More

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    Curry Udon with Chicken Katsu

    My kids simply adore Japanese curry which has a slightly sweeter tone, though they can accept much spicier food than this. This is the first time I tried Japanese style curry served with udon instead of rice. Its really quick to whip up too! You can opt to add meat like pork or chicken into […] More

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    Janchi Guksu (Korean Warm Noodle Soup)

    This is the first time I tried cooking Japanese somen, a fine thin wheat noodle that resembles our Chinese mee sua. But the texture of the Japanese somen tasted so much better than the latter! The somen is less starchy and remained ‘al dente’ if left at room temperature.  We really enjoy this bowl of […] More

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    Bibi Guksu (Korean Spicy & Sweet Soba)

    My kids have been bugging me quite some time for Korean Crispy Chicken! Their wish fulfilled finally! ^0^  Besides the sweet crispy Korean Fried Chicken and kimchi tofu patties, I’ve made a spicy & sweet Korean soba, a really appetising noodle salad dish.  Its really quick to prepare this noodle dish. Just cook the soba […] More

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    Creamy Tuna & Mushroom Puff Pastry

    I know Christmas is still sometime away but could not help playing with my food again when I saw a video on youtube on shaping the puff pastry into a x’mas tree! hahaha….Instead of using sweet filling as shown on the video, I’ve changed it to a savoury one.  To make a complete meal, I […] More

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