Baked Orange Peel Cheese Cake

“Creamy enough, yet a zesty refreshment.”

Baked cheese cake is always very yummy to eat. Sometimes, the creamy taste of the cheese might be over powering before even I could finish up the whole slice. So, adding orange peels to the cheese cake is surely a great and refreshing choice. So zesty.

So, try my recipe. :)

The steps I have written might looked complicated, but in fact, it was just lengthy to its details. I tried to make each step clear. Actually, the making of this smooth and delicious cheese cake is, easy. Follow my steps for the first time, and the success rate of baking it will be almost 100%. Thereafter, you will be able to remember the entire process without the need to referencing anymore. It’s just easy to bake a delicious cheese cake to impress your loved one. Give it a try!

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Hor Fun Dish (杂锦河粉)

“A favorite noodle dish from the local Zhi-Char stall ‘s menu you would like to cook and serve at home, with a healthier yet delicious version!”

No one in Singapore doesn’t taste hor fun before. For all you know, it’s one of the most popular food in Zhi Char stall’s menu.

I always like to cook these delicious local food at home, with a healthier twist to it so that my loved ones could enjoy eating without compromising their health, or at least, less guilt for eating more. :)

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Crunchy Muddy Cheese Balls (Air-Fried or Baked)

“My new adaption for snacks that give the kids the crunch. A ‘cheating’ way, with the simplest ingredients.”

My girl loves Milo banana bread, if you recall my recipe posted 4 years back that she has had my Milo banana sandwich almost everyday. Yes, now that she has reduced the frequency, not by her choice though, it was me wanting her to have varieties breakfast food, and also there were times just not able to have it. Hence, to please her again, I am still using Milo powder, with cheese this time, ‘created’ this crunchy cheese version, instead. Yea, a deceiving creation. What’s changed? Just the cheese… Hahaha :D

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Air-Fried Garlic Prawn Pasta

“You don’t need to pay restaurant price to get your no-frills ‘restaurant’ pasta”

In order to assemble quick and hassle free dinner, as I had to do up my rum raisin chocolate lava cake for supper, at the same time, I decided to air-fry a pasta dish.

Of course, you may cook this recipe as my usual ‘wok’ way, I just wished to save up the stirring and monitoring time in the cooking process so that I could fix up a supper dessert concurrently. Air-frying my pasta without the need of stir frying and watching out process, I was able to assemble our dinner within 15 minutes, and accomplished the two courses, from preparing to serving, both pasta and lava cake, within a total of 25 minutes.

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Vegetarian Dish – Stir Fried 2 Mushrooms

“Sometimes, just cook and eat a simple, quick and easy vegetable dish is great.”

Did I tell you that I was on strict vegetarian diet for a period? It was on religious purpose. Hence, I eat pure vegetarian meals, without garlic, onion and spring onion, this time.

This was a dish I liked during these days. Easy and pure. Yes, unlike my previous Assorted Asian mushroom recipe, I did not cook this with garlic and ginger. Also, used only 2 kinds of mushrooms, this time.

The sauce in this dish goes perfectly well with steamed white rice.

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Stew Mussels In Light Red Wine Sauce

“Light soupy mussel stew, delicious and healthy”

Not many people like mussel, but this shellfish is very nutritious and low in calorie, in fact.

I liked my mussels to be stirred fried with strong chili and spices usually, but this time, I cooked it light in stew. More on a western style, but I considered it a fusion dish instead. I had it with chili Padi as well. Ha.

Anyway, this recipe yields light soupy dish. The overall flavor was subtle that you almost taste the natural flavor of the mussel flesh as though it’s steamed. So, you should eat the mussel together with its flavorful red wine soup sauce.

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