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MySpicy Burger Recipe (麦辣鸡腿汉堡)

Post & Recipe in English and Chinese (中英食谱)

Same same but different this time! 这次有不一样的一样哟!

Everyone loves fast food. It’s not easy to get one everywhere in the world. Why bothers to cook one? Well… I don’t know! Just because one of readers requested this, so I created mine, for her. I love my readers and friends! :)

Anyway, I find mine different from the popular’s. Mine is homemade. Decent, tasty and it’s home cooked… read more

Perfect Scrambled Egg Over Easy Recipe

“Super light & fluffy scrambled egg on toast, breakfast, anyone?”

This is definitely the simplest, yet not so easy kind of egg cooking.  To cook perfect scrambled egg, the end product must be moist as well as feeling light and fluffy. Other than the control of the fire temperature, there is one thing I have to add, to make it much easier to achieve the desired texture of the scrambled egg. Milk. Ratio of just 1 tablespoon of fresh milk to 2 large eggs.

Serves 1
Ingredients
2 large eggs
1 tablespoon of fresh milk
Pinch of salt and pepper
1 tablespoon of cooking oil or butter
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Grilled Fried Egg Sandwich With Creamy Avocado (Air-Fried)

(It’s all about air-fry….)

It’s not impossible to fix up a scrumptious and healthy sandwich breakfast without going through extensive cooking process in the busy morning. Air-fryer might be an option.

I made an egg sandwich with creamy avocado with an air fryer. Of course, some would still find it easier to do the conventional way, on the stove. Either way, this recipe works.

Many people liked avocado but ain’t too sure how to make it delicious other than making it into guacamole or blending into smoothie. Here I have one of the quickest and simplest ways, similar to guacamole but much simpler to do for breakfast meals. read more

Baked (Pull-Apart) Orange French Toast

“In between orange French toast and banana bread pudding, to be served with loads of fruit toppings.”

I admit I wasn’t that creative in cooking at times. As this blog of MY was meant to be a record of my home cooking so as to pass down the recipes in a digital way to my next gen in future. I thought of just as well sharing it with all people who loved cooking, or would like to start cooking with some easy-to-follow recipes and scrumptious enough dishes. Thus, the sharing.

Like I mentioned before, some of the dishes were adapted from recipes by other great cooks. What I usually did is to vary and simplify these nice recipes to suit my simple cooking style.. There were also those popular dine-out dishes and delicacies which we loved to eat so much, but to make sure what exactly went into the dishes, I turned them into my very own homecooked, in a healthier way and less sinful elements in it. read more

White Milk Bread Recipe (with Bread Maker)

“White Milk Bread for baby”

I know my handmade bread from scratch is tasty, but if I were to make a handmade loaf every other day for my 1-year old baby, it’s nearly impossible due to my busy routines as well as having this precious one clinched on me whenever he is awake.

Effortless baking, and for time saving purpose, I decided to get myself an electronic bread maker which will help to do everything, after placing the ingredients in.

No particular reason for choosing this brand, it was simply because Best Denki had an offer deal for this. Original price was S$179, and I got it there at only $139. read more

Garlic Prawns on Toast Recipe

“Spanish appetizer with a twist of Asian flavour that whets your appetite”

Just to share the recipe here.. I still do not have time to re-produce this at home yet, but am happy to share the recipe with you first.

Try this at home and do let me know your successful outcome!

Ingredients
20 pieces of Tiger prawns, shelled with tail remained intact
Rye bread (or bread of your choice), slightly toasted

20 gram of fresh Rosemary (about 1 sprig)
10 gram Kaffir lime leaf (about 2 -3 leaves)
1 tablespoon of chopped garlic
1 tablespoon of thinly sliced red chili
1 cup of (drinking) white wine
2 tablespoons of olive oil
1 small cube of butter
Pinch of salt and pepper read more