Simple Air-Fried (Pork) Meat Ball

“Nice food you can cook with minimal effort”

This dish was cooked last minute as an add-on side dish to my lesser-than-usual amount of dinner dishes this evening. Hence, I could only cooked with what I had in my refrigerator and things could be found in the kitchen pantry.

Nothing fanciful. It was just a very simple meat balls dish. To make it even easier, I air fried the meat balls instead of frying it on pan. Less oil and healthier, of course. Air frying these meat balls simply makes my job much quicker and simpler.

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Traditional Kaya (Coconut Egg Jam) Recipe

“Quick-cooking aromatic Kaya jam ready in less than 30 minutes.”

For those who aren’t staying in Singapore, Malaysia or nearby countries, you might not know what is Kaya jam. Kaya, is a sweet & creamy coconut spread made from coconut milk, eggs and sweetened with sugar. It is usually served on toast with butter slice as a great breakfast or tea time snack. It is also great as filling in bao (steamed bun) and cakes. Some Kaya will be flavored with Pandan juice or essence, but I still preferred the traditional brown color type, with just a hint of Pandan flavor instead of making it the strong flavor and in green. It’s just personal personal choice with no special reason.

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Delicious Flourless Nutella Cake

“3 ingredients flour-less cake in just 30 minutes time”

I did not create this cake, but adapted by referring to many recipes online to conclude with the most sensible combinations and methods to do this cake.

It was very delicious. If you worry that this flourless cake might taste just too chocolaty and creamy as though eating just the chocolate paste by its own, don’t be. This Nutella cake resembles very much like a cake made with flour. Credit goes to the egg whites which made the cake soft, moist and very much like a floured cake.

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Simple Coconut Milk & Sweet Corn Kueh

“It’s simply delicious with the simple way to make this dessert from scratch.”

No instant mixed used. No complicated recipe here. It’s simply the corn flour you will sure keep in your kitchen pantry that is needed for this coconut milk sweet corn pudding.

This is surely something you should learn up, taking only 10 minutes of your time to make (exclude chilling time), and treat your large guest crowd during any party events. This sweet dessert also serves as a cooling treat during the hot weather. You have to serve it chilled!

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Double-Boiled Red Apple & Mixed Veggie with Cod Fish Bone Soup

“Cook simple and nutritious soup lunch with whatever ingredients left in refrigerator.”

This colorful soup meal was cooked for my 21-months old son, with whatever ingredients I could find in the refrigerator. Cod fish bone came free with the bulk purchase of whole cod fish tail. The purchase was meant for baby cooking only, thus, the fishmonger helped to debone and divide into smaller portions. The fish bones were what left in the nod, and I wouldn’t throw them away, but to add into the soup cooking for its flavor and good fish oil in the soup. Of course, you are welcome to use fish fillet as well.

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Vegetarian Burger Patty with Pineapple Teriyaki Sauce

“It’s easier to make this vegetarian burger meal than you think it would be. It’s yummy and healthy.”

Seriously. This is the best way to ‘trick’ one that does not eat beans, carrot, celery, and mushrooms. For one who does not like oats, or has to take oats for his/ her purpose, yet would wish to explore a new way to take the oats other than making the viral-recipe, Overnight Oats, this is a great food for ya.

For the non-initiated, I was referring to our vegetarian Western burger meal with my veggie patty and pineapple teriyaki sauce posted up on my FB wall last evening. Yes, you are right. The veggie patty made consists of all the above mentioned, and more..

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