“Silky mashed potato, expressly made from home. A good accompaniment for your Western meal, or to simply enjoy it as a snack when all you want is just smooth, creamy & mild cheesy feeling in the palate!”
This mashed potato was just so fabulous, even without the instant mushroom sauce. It’s simply smooth and exceedingly moist enough for the palate.
Yes, if you are looking for a slightly different mashed potato recipe, try this simple and quick to fix mashed potato dish at home. Good for an express lunch with greens salad, or to pair with nice juicy chop for a romantic dinner.
“Simple way to stir fry, even with the most basic ingredients in your refrigerator, you may easily turn fresh clams into delicious dish in a flash!”
Found these fresh large clams which comes in thin shells instead of usual thick shells type. This flower-patterned thin shelled clam is not as common to be found in Singapore market than in Malaysia, especially such large ones. Hence, I had to just grab some even though I had no clue how to deal with these shells.
Till the very last minute, I was still not inspired how to cook it, and due to lack of other ingredients to spice up my cooking for this, I decided to simply stir fry with ginger and bird eye chili which found in my refrigerator. Well, it turned out good!
“Another lung nourishing soup for your healthy diets. 2 ways eating, soup or dessert.”
If you need something to cool your body down or just to nourish your skin, throat and lung, try this simple and delicious soup.
It shows off the mild tangy and refreshing taste with a hint of mild natural sweetness in the soup on the finish.
Drink this nourishing soup in meals or as dessert. This is definitely one of the great soup dishes for the summer days.
Ingredients 1 large snow pear, peeled (or with skin) and cored with whole pear should remains in shape (or halved) 1 tablespoon of sweet almond/ southern almond (南杏 ‘Nan Xing’) 1 tablespoon of Fritillaria bulbs (川贝母 Chuan Bei Mu’) ½ piece of whole (flattened) preserved tangerine (柑橘饼 ‘Gan Ju Bing’) 3 stripes of dried tangerine peels (干橙皮 ‘Gan Chen Pi’) 5 – 10 gram of Glehniae Root (沙参 ‘Sha Shen’) 3 – 5 dried figs (无花果 ‘Wu Hua Guo’)
“Spaghetti with fusion cooking style that you will surely love it”
Called this recipe by listing out it’s main ingredients, I was not sure how to name this Japanese-Chinese-Western styles pasta dish. However, this recipe is rustic yet elegant.
This classic homemade dish calls for spaghetti smothered in a hearty chicken stock with a touch of Japanese Mirin. The spaghetti strands drew in the full essence of chicken stock and made it so flavourful and tasty.
It was a big hit by my family and surely mopped up the entire cooking, every time I cooked this pasta.
“Pan-seared/ grilled or broiled, this easy-making pork chop tastes simply great! And, learn some tips on how to cook perfectly-sautéed button mushroom here.”
My girl was on vacation with her grandparent (yes, my parents), left only two of us (yes, hubby and I). Of course, I had to make some candle-lit dinner plans for just-two-of-us even in the weekdays, my pleasure to do so. And no doubt, my candle-lit dinner was prepared by me, at home (smile). I really find it more relax, convenient and very comfortable that way to have good meals at home, especially after work. Candle-lit inner at home, our own place, and we didn’t even need to care for dressing up (or it’s better if able to dress in a more sensual or sexier way.. haha..winking smile). Well, need not to headache about which restaurant to go.. I could even control the preparation, cooking, amount and flavour of each dish in our candle-lit dinner, each dish to be decided by me, all by myself (chuckling).