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Stir fried Spaghetti with Soy and Assorted Seafood Balls Recipe

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 | Labels: , | No Comment »

As pasta is mildly flavoured, it is a great base for a lot of flavours not only the classics.  I love spaghetti stir-fried in soy sauce and today's feature is just that.  I was running out of fresh produce and decided to use some assorted seafood balls and mixed vegetables I had in the freezer.  I added garlic and shallots for more flavour to the dish as well.  A very quick and easy lunch to whip up anytime!

This post is part of my Yuen Chun Recipes.

Curry "Kapitan" Squid Recipe (Malaysian)

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 | Labels: , , | No Comment »

I have had a craving for this delicious Nyonya style curry for the longest time and finally made the effort today.  As always, the spice paste is very important and I'll readily admit that I took the short cut today and made the paste with a food processor instead of my usual mortar and pestle :D.  Anyway, the difference in most Nyonya style curries is that lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and lime juice are used.  These ingredients impart an appetisingly sour flavour to the curries.  The spice paste is made with lemongrass, dried chili peppers, belacan, shallots, garlic and candlenuts.

As always, I like to deepen the flavours of my curries with a hint of light soy sauce which really brings out the flavours in my opinion.  This recipe can also be used for other meats or seafood of your choice.

This post is part of my Yuen Chun Recipes.

Curry Potatoes Recipe

Monday, July 14, 2014 | Labels: | No Comment »

I have been loving curries recently.  I am a big fan of potatoes served with rice actually so as I had some spice paste I made earlier in the fridge, I decided to whip up this simple dish that is so delicious with rice.  Instead of using coconut milk, I just opted for some low fat milk in the interests of health.  The spice paste I used is basic just with dried chili peppers, shallots, belacan and some lemongrass.  You can also add some turmeric if you have some on hand.  It is quite important to fry the potato slices beforehand to ensure better texture.

This post is part of my Yuen Chun Recipes.

A simple breakfast...collaboration with Lazada Malaysia

Sunday, July 13, 2014 | Labels: , , | No Comment »

Today's post is simple, just a simple breakfast in my household of nourishing foo chuk with egg dessert and the uber popular Singaporean stir fried rice noodles.  Foo chuk is actually dried beancurd sheets and the Chinese believe that this specific type of dessert soup is nourishing and is especially soothing if you are suffering from a sore throat or a dry cough.  As a huge lover of pretty props, I was delighted when I was contacted by Lazada Malaysia where Lin requested for me to write up a blog post featuring products from Lazada.  So naturally, I selected some pretty Maxwell Williams tableware as my props for the day.  These colourful and delicately feminine tableware will definitely brighten up any dining table!

A big thanks to Lazada for more lovely props to add to my collection!

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