Cooking daily can be tiring, and sometimes you just want a quick fix but reaching out for cup noodles or microwavable food is not ideal. Read on to see how I prepared a simple low-calorie meal using udon noodles.
Bringing out the rice cooker just to cook for one or two is quite a hassle. Read on to see how I cook brown rice without using a rice cooker
Flying to Thailand soon? I've got some suggestions on what to do in Bangkok if you have 3 days to spare!
The cake was so good I couldn’t believe it, I knew I had to get this post up ASAP so I could share it with the world. It was moist but not wet, a significant improvement from my failed attempt, and the smell of the chocolate literally filled my whole house making it an almost impossible mission to resist digging into the cake straight out the toaster oven. I hope you give this recipe a shot and let me know how it turns out!
When I was in Yangon, I happened to spot a neat little cafe/restaurant called Rangoon Tea House through google maps (Yup, that is actually how I find attractions or food stuff overseas). The number of tea variations sure shocked me and it was indeed hard to make a decision as to what to order.
If you’re not a plain water kind of person and craving for something more, make this Mint Infused Water instead of grabbing a sweet drink
A few years ago I was enlightened by my aunt about roast vegetables and man, it was good. A quick Google search on 'roasted sweet potatoes' turns up with some images of sweet potatoes as hash. So I thought, why not?
As weird as it may seem in a non-Japanese house, Zarusoba noodles (aka Buckwheat Soba noodles) are a staple in my pantry. They are just so damn easy to prepare that all busy/working/schooling (you get my point) people should have in their kitchen.
Being the only person in the household that loves baked goods is a big problem - no one is going to share the calories with you. Downsize your portions and finish these mini vegan spelt pancakes in one sitting without going through the pains of over stuffing yourself!
I like Japanese food in general but Shabu Shabu pork (or sukiyaki) belongs to another level. It's literally a meat festival (at least in Singapore). Instead of spending money and calories on a sukiyaki meat fest. Try substituting it with this recipe to satisfy any Sukiyaki/Shabu Shabu craving.