Chicken in Singaporean Mole Sauce

It is interesting how cuisines from different countries can have so much in common, even though they might be miles apart from each other. As part of the organising committee for Bkosfood’s Christmas potluck gathering at Naiise, I was tasked to come up with a dish to showcase the different products available at the store. Not […]

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Healthy Vegan Curried Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkins are known to be rich in vital antioxidants, and vitamins. The flesh is low in calories, and high in vitamin A, and flavonoid poly-phenolic antioxidants such as lutein, xanthin, and carotenes. Its natural sweetness is enjoyed by most and it can be prepared in a variety of ways, to make dishes that are both […]

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Gluten-free Orange Almond Cake

Gluten is a known allergen for many individuals, even for those who are not diagnosed with celiac disease. Symptoms of gluten sensitivity/intolerance may include abdominal pain, diarrhoea, bloating and excessive wind, lethargy, poor concentration and general aches and pains. Unfortunately, gluten is present in many of our common food staples such as breads, pastas, wraps and […]

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Homemade Banana Cake

Yet again, this is another homemade cake on the list, this is prepared using banana as a primary ingredient for the cake. This recipe shows how to bake a banana cake from home. We will use 3 riped Indonesian Bananas, crushed walnuts and raisins as toppings. The batter will be split into 2, one of which […]

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Momofuku Milk Bar’s Corn Cookie Recipe

  Sweet corn and butter with a kiss of salt: the imagery evokes fond childhood memories of Pasar Malam night markets and heartland malls basement food kiosks. Pastry genius, Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar fame, makes a corn cookie that somehow manages to encapsulate and multiply the flavours of buttery corn tenfold in a single […]

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Homemade Marble Cake

Marble cake is a classic common cake that you can find in every bakery shop or supermarket. It is a simple, yet deliriously delicious dessert for a snack or teatime treat! This recipe shows how to bake a simple marble cake at home, and we will use a coffee flavoured emulco instead of the usual cocoa powder. —Items needed— […]

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Choux au Craquelin

French pastry has always been a personal challenge for me, because more often than not, a certain level of skill and a fastidious approach is required when tackling the more technically-demanding recipes. Take the humble-looking macaron for example. It took me a good three tries and many batches of discarded ingredients before a presentable enough […]

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Momofuku Milk Bar’s Pumpkin Pie Cake

Every now and then, I like to engage myself in little baking projects. Cookies, muffins, loaf cakes… These are all very nice for office snacks and tea time treats, but what I really enjoy making are epic showstoppers that deliver taste, texture, richness and orgasmic pleasure to the people enjoying them. Who else can I […]

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Recipe Post: Earl Grey Quinoa Tea Cake

#fitspo, #cleaneating, #superfood: some of the trendy hashtags social media junkies these days are catching onto. Little wonder, because a healthy diet and lifestyle usually leads to prolonged quality of living. Working as a healthcare professional has opened my eyes to how simple lifestyle choices can either be a benefit or detriment to one’s overall […]

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