An almost no bake, simple & easy black sesame cheesecake that’s fluffy and lightly sweetened with a toffee-like crust. A perfect treat for afternoon tea!
Dad’s simple soy sauce fried noodle with beef and onion recipe that can be made in 15 minutes that’s flavourful! My ultimate childhood comfort food 🙂
Larb (Pronounced as Lahp, the R is muted) is a minced meat salad made with fresh and flavourful ingredients such as mint, limes, lemongrass, ground meat and ground up toasted rice. Traditionally, larb is served with a side of sticky rice, this recipe will show you 3 alternative ways to enjoy this!
These Mini Buttery Coconut Mochi Cakes are the ULTIMATE addiction! I kid you not. Lightly sweetened with condensed milk, they are super crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside with hints of vanilla and coconut.
How can you resist a piping hot and bubbling spicy kimchi tofu stew made with a seafood broth chocked full of pork and shrimp in this wet and cold weather? Comfort food, right there.
A cross between a roasted chicken and peking duck, this recipe is for days when you have that craving for peking duck but chicken is all you have to work with.
A quick sauce made with 4 ingredients that is full of flavour and honestly one of the greatest sauces you’ll ever try.
There’s something really satisfying when you’re eating chewy, sticky rice cakes. This rice cake recipe is made with pork and kimchi, a classic combination packed with umami flavours. Bonus? It’s only uses 1 pan and it’s done in 15 minutes.
Craving some fried chicken? Switch it up with some chicken pakoras! These deep fried nuggets of chicken made with chickpea flour are packed with spices that deliver a medley of flavours that takes fried chicken to another level! Pairs awesomely with a creamy thick sweet and savoury coconut dip, this won’t disappoint!
A simple and quick 15 minute shirataki noodle recipe with a black garlic sauce, that’s packed with sweet garlicky smoky flavours with oodles of health benefits in there somewhere. But honestly, it’s all about the taste isn’t it? 🙂