‘Safe-for-All’ Steamed Fish Fillet in Egg Paste (老少平安蒸鱼)

“It’s a steamed fish, also a steamed egg dish. 2-1, you have got the best of both!”

Here we have a healthy dish to be categorized as an easy and fuss free cooking. This steamed fish in egg paste surely is one of the best fitted dishes in this category. I learned this recipe from one of the TVB cooking shows I have watched and this, is an adaption to their recipe.

Why is it named ‘safe-for-all’? The reason being (which explained by the chef in the show), this dish would be an easy-to-consume fish dish for all ages. From the aged to young diners, there is no need to worry about nor watch out for fish bones while having fed in large mouthful scoops.

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Vegeroni Pasta with Fish Fillets and Mushrooms

“Just for a quick & casual dinner, with whatever available in my kitchen”

Wanted to deplete the stocks of my pasta, I had my quick dinner fixed with some of these available staples.

This packet of assorted pasta shapes used in this recipe was bought from NTUC Finest weeks ago, was to be added to my storage of pastas. I eat pasta quite regularly, to replace having rice instead, as pasta is lower in GI so as to feel fuller for longer. And, I liked this Vegeroni because it’s colorful that makes it imaginably appealing.

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Stir-Fried Chicken with Young Ginger in Asian Soy Sauce

“Simple & hearty weeknight home cooked dish that comes with a WOW factor!”

This is one of the many versions of soy-sauced chicken stir-fry, and this is the best I liked among the variations, ever since my first cooking of such with a similar recipe found in the apps of my iPhone..

Not only having chicken as the main ingredient in this dish, the young ginger has also taken the lead here. For both its exotic flavor and eating pleasure. Yes, both the chicken and ginger are the main ingredients for the dish here to be savored on!

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‘A-Balling’ Peanut Soup Dessert (Glutinous Rice Balls in Sweet Peanut Soup)

“An iconic Singapore Hawker Dessert made at home”

Not sure why this is called ‘Ah Balling’ or ‘Yah Boling’ in Singapore, but apparently this Teochew dessert soup is so popular and well liked by the people where it has become one of iconic hawker delicacies in Singapore for the past decades.

Since weather here was pretty cooling as it had been either raining or pouring, it might be good if we had some piping hot beverages or food to warm ourselves. The combination of ginger soup and glutinous rice balls is always her favorite, but I was thinking of a change in its soup for this time instead of making the ginger soup for the rice balls repeatedly. This famous Ah Balling just came to my mind…

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Sliced Sheng Yu (Haruan Fish) and Green Papaya Soup (生鱼片木瓜汤)

“This is my light and flavorful Sheng Yu soup, without too many elements in it. This is simply an appealing clear fish soup dish that whets your appetite, at the same time, takes care of your health!”

‘Sheng Yu’ (生鱼), the Chinese term for Haruan fish. Haruan is also known as Snakehead Murrel, if it sounds more familiar to you.

In Cantonese culture, Haruan fish is recommended for one who had undergone surgery as it’s believed in the wound healing properties of this fish.

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Black Pepper Prawns

“A variation of my Black Pepper Pork Dish. The seafood version, this time.”

The Black Pepper prawn is the best option, if you have craving for shellfish instead. And, this recipe takes full advantage of having the flavor packed in the prawns, along with the natural aromatics such as capsicum and onion to infuse the base for refreshing and fragrant sauce with the natural sweetness.

Its peppery taste wasn’t too overwhelming. Not too spicy, the dish wasn’t too wet, too.

Simply an exotic restaurant-dish to be made at home, easily!

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