There are a lot of websites talking about the benefits of bone or collagen broth so I’ll not go into it. I usually make a big batch of it every few weeks or until I’m running out of it. I do not season it with salt because I prefer to do it when I use it for stew or soup, with either salt, soy sauce or flavourful ingredients like dried scallops, anchovies, etc. Here’s how I prepare my beauty soup stock.
If you have been following my Instagram, you probably notice that I have been eating quite healthy breakfast lately. I have always love granola that’s found in boxed cereal. Back then, I didn’t know what were those. After a few Googling, I realised it was really easy to homemade these nutritious snacks! Continue reading
It used bugged me that unfinished bread loaf was thrown away because it had turned moldy. Friends’ recommendation is to keep it in fridge to maintain its freshness. However, I would end up with hard, dry and flaky bread. Unless I let it sits in room temperature for an hour prior to consumption. That’s why I stopped buying bread loaves for a long time.
Since the beginning of this year, the breakfast timing at Leah’s school was being pushed to a later time, I was not able to make sure she takes her breakfast in school. Hence, I feel there’s a need to let her have something before heading to school. Nut butter bread is probably the easiest to prepare in the morning, but I would still left with unfinished bread by expiry date. Hence, came the idea of using them to make square pizzas. It’s quick fixed meal and Leah had fun helping out! Continue reading
Vegetables lovers, alert! Another party dish that I love! Quick and easy! Continue reading
November and December are months of celebrations for me – Leah’s birthday, Christmas party, and more Christmas parties. I’m always on the lookout of easy recipes that I prepare and feed my guests until they are ‘belly-happy’! This recipe I found online is from CHOW Recipe website, it’s called “Asian-Marinated Baked Chicken Recipe”. After preparing twice, I thought I could share my tips with this recipe. Btw, my sister said it tasted like Teriyaki Chicken! Continue reading
Steel-cut oat is the least processed kind of oats. They are removed from the outer husks, then machine cut into pieces. That’s why they are called steel-cut. Apparently, they are more nutrients for the same amount consumed in comparison to instant and rolled oats. Continue reading
This is probably one of the best chocolate cake recipe. It’s vegan, meaning no egg, no dairy. It’s moist. It’s quick and easy. The best part is I do not need to whip out my electric cake mixer! Woohoo! I got this recipe from EmmyMadeInJapan youtube channel, which apparently it’s from “The Moosewood Cookbook”. Anyway, here it is! Continue reading
I have got this recipe from Joy of Baking website, but I shaped them into smaller bite size. So I guess it’s less sinful in that sense. LOL! And it’s perfect with tea! Continue reading
I was telling a friend that whenever I invite people over for dinner – especially if it’s for special occasions like birthdays, Christmas – that’s the time I try out new recipes. I know that doesn’t sound like a good idea because a bad recipe could ruin the dinner party! But I’m proud to say so far so good! Continue reading
In my opinion, banana cake should always be made with real bananas. Really! I have had those that were made with banana essence, not a fan at all. The artificial taste… eww! Since Leah is a huge fan of bananas, I thought perhaps I should learn to bake banana cake for her. It has to be dense and moist, but nothing too buttery and heavy. Moist moist moist! Trusty Google pointed me to Bakericious’ recipe. After closely inspected her photos of the cake, I was almost sure the recipe was the one! Continue reading