• Isabella’s Favourite Spaghetti Pomodoro

    Isabella, my 7 year old, is a big fan of pasta. Not just any type of pasta, though, only tomato-based ones. Before I had kids, I would always expect my future kids to only love creamy sauces with mushroom as I often see parents ordering the creamy ones in restaurants for their little ones. However, [...] Continue Reading
  • Homemade strawberry jam Homemade 3 ingredient jam

    After eating as much we could, we still had 1.5kg of strawberries left. So we made jam with these babies. 3 ingredient strawberry jam I never realise how much water there were in strawberries. They took a much longer time to cook down. Unlike commercial bought jams, home made ones tend to be a little [...] Continue Reading
  • Healthy patatas bravas Healthy Patatas Bravas

    Patatas bravas, also called patatas a la brava or papas bravas, is a dish native to Spain, hailing from Madrid, often served as a tapa in bars. It actually means "brave potatoes"! It typically consists of white potatoes that have been cut into irregular shapes of about 2 centimeters, then fried in oil and served [...] Continue Reading
  • A Hainanese family staple: fish maw soup Hainanese Fish Maw with Barramundi Soup

    Heritage soup in celebration of SG50 Hainanese Festive Fish Maw with Barramundi Soup Serves 8 | Preparation time: 1 hour | Level: Easy In celebration of SG50, here is a heritage soup that is enjoyed in Hainanese homes. Hainanese form a part of the population from China who migrated to Singapore. Most work as cooks [...] Continue Reading
  • Gula melaka banana bread Gula Melaka Banana Bread

    Gula melaka banana bread Ingredients: 200g all purpose flour 6g baking soda 5 g cinnamon powder( can cut to half if you like it less cinnamony) 115g brown sugar 115g gula Melaka 115g milk 115g eggs (2 large eggs) 3g salt 115g coconut oil ( or extra virgin olive oil) 50g chopped walnuts 250g bananas [...] Continue Reading
  • Garlic prawns and squid Gambas al Ajillo

    Garlic Prawns or Gambas al Ajillo are another one of the most popular tapas dishes in Spain served in a hot, sizzling sauce of garlic, chilli & olive oil.. This quick and easy dish is so simple to prepare and is bursting with some wonderful flavors and aromas! They are usually served sizzling hot in individual [...] Continue Reading
  • Ezay

    Ezay, the SouperChef Anna's way! We learned how to make some authentic Bhutanese cuisine, including this multi-use fiery hot chilli condiment, ezay, in the rustic and well-equipped home of our guide’s brother. Unlike Singapore’s sambal chilli and Spain’s salsa that are served with specific dishes, the ezay is a condiment that comes with almost everything. [...] Continue Reading
  • Easy Poached Eggs with Sweet Potato Hash and Avocado Salsa

    One of the favourite choices for brunch in Singapore is poached egg with hollandaise sauce. A recipe inspired by the big Aussie brekkie we had at Bib and Tucker on the seventh day. This is  also something that can be easily whipped up even in a campervan  Using  free-range eggs, some field mushrooms, sweet potato [...] Continue Reading
  • Easy Dukkah

    My love for dukkah started 7 years ago on my last trip to Perth in 2008. I had my first taste at one of the winery restaurants. This is something that I always have in my pantry. On lazy days for dinner, we would have toasted slices of walnut bread (a staple in our the freezer), with [...] Continue Reading
  • Easy chocolate cake Easy Chocolate Loaf Cake

    A recipe for easy chocolate loaf cake with very few steps and taste just as good as those with complicated steps and call for whipping of items separately. I have been using this recipe for a long time to make gooey chocolate lava min pots using muffin trays. This is the first time trying it [...] Continue Reading
  • Crema Catalana Crema Catalana

    Crema Catalana Similar to a creme brûlée, crema catalana is a traditional catalan dessert also known as Crema de Sant Josep. It is very light and delicate and typically served in restaurants in Catalonia. It is a really simple dessert to make at home but it does require a torch flame or a broiler to caramelise [...] Continue Reading
  • Chunky Shakshuka

    Shakshuka, sounds so exotic and foreign to me actually. The first time I came across it was when brunch places in Singapore started to have it on their menu a couple of years back. Curious, I tried it and fell in love with it. I did some research on my own. A little bit of [...] Continue Reading