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  • Gula Melaka (Palm Sugar) 09 Apr '15, 11am

    . They are popularly used in Nonya, Malaysian, Thai and South East Asian cooking (including drinks and desserts). They are commonly sold in the cylindrical cake blocks as shown above, as the collected sap from coconut palm trees are boiled, thickened and poured into cylindrical bamboo...

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    Black Pepper Prawns Recipe 黑胡椒虾 02 Apr '15, 7am

    The method of cooking this black pepper dish is similar to cooking Singapore’s famous black pepper crabs, just that I can’t eat crabs at the moment (update: because I am on braces, one more year to go) so I substitute with prawns instead :P Plus I haven’t mastered the courage to kill ...

  • Cornerstone #NapaValley #SauvBlanc #recipe Cherry Tomato and Scallop Pasta

    Cherry Tomato and Scallop Pasta 27 Feb '15, 4pm

    cherry tomato and scallop pasta is a signature noob cook (read: lazy) style of cooking. I simply bake a small casserole of scallops and cherry tomatoes (pictured below; right), then toss in cooked pasta to soak in the baking juices. By doing so, I minimize oil splatters and messy clea...

  • Baked Lobster Tail - Noob Cook Recipes

    Baked Lobster Tail 13 Feb '15, 3pm

    I love home cooking because it makes a dish like a baked lobster tail very accessible and affordable. I bought frozen lobster tails at a steal of S$99 for 12 tails from a seafood wholesaler during a sale (read more here ). That works out to about $8.25 per tail, which is a fraction of...

  • Fish Ball Noodle Soup | Bee Hoon Soup Recipe 03 Apr '15, 1am

    To make ikan bilis stock , bring 700ml of water and ikan bilis to boil; reduce heat and simmer for about 10-15 minutes. Discard ikan bilis (note: for convenience, use disposable soup pouches to contain the ikan bilis). Season to taste with salt or light soy sauce, if needed. With the ...

  • Korean Seasoned Broccoli Banchan - Page 2 of 2 14 Feb '15, 2pm

    I love love broccolini. Last week, I bought one big pack and within one week they were gone! :) Good to know that even the markets in SG sells broccolini. Those who love Kai Lan esp. the tender stalks, and broccoli will definitely enjoy broccolini. Hope you enjoyed this banchan that I...

  • Seafood Crispy Noodles | Sheng Mian Recipe 02 Apr '15, 9pm

    Make your own crispy noodles nest by first blanching egg noodles in hot water, draining and then deep frying the noodles briefly (like a few seconds; one portion at a time) in a wok of hot oil. Drain oil and arrange crispy noodles on a serving plate. Use your own mix of ingredients (e...

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    Pineapple Tart Mould 26 Jan '15, 2pm

    pineapple tart mould (cookie cutter) is used to make open-faced pineapple tarts. In Singapore, you can buy them from baking shops such as Phoon Huat (where I got mine from several years ago, as pictured above) or

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