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Suji Biscuits

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 by

    It just so happened that I had a jar of ghee tucked away in my pantry, a gift from my mum on her visit to India last year. What better use than to make Suji biscuits as it’s called. I did have a nostalgic moment upon tasting them.   Ingredients: 300 g durum wheat

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How to make the best fried chicken?

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 by

  Homemade Fried Chicken   I tried a combination of Popeye’s, KFC and southern fried chicken, which turned out, darned good. Due to popular demand I am uploading this recipe to my blog so that everyone who tasted this recipe can try it for themselves. I fried it and played around with the ingredients and

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Milo cookies

Monday, 27 June 2016 by

Milo Cookies for the sweet tooth.   If you have a few teenagers and their friends running around the house this summer you’ve probably heard them saying, “I want sugar”. Let them try this recipe to satisfy their sugar cravings.   Ingredients: 2 rolls of Maria cookies (about 65 cookies) ½ tin of Milo (about

How to grill rabbit

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 by

    Grilled rabbit this summer, anyone? I got the rabbit from Highland Farm. No, they are not the cottontails running around in my backyard. The coyote has been after them.   Ingredient: 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil Zest and juice of 1 lemon 4 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon fine sea salt ground black pepper

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  One of my regrets in life is introducing my kids to Malaysian food. I’d be asked to do Otak-otak, Satay, Kaya, Pork Vindaloo or Chicken Rendang. This time it was Coconut candy. The coconut candy is casually referred to as candy in Malaysia. The time and the effort it takes to prepare this recipe

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Buttermilk lettuce soup

Monday, 29 February 2016 by

Ingredients: 1 litre buttermilk 1 Romaine lettuce diced I onion diced 1 carrot diced 1 tbls flour 1 big piece of bacon chopped 1 tbls oil salt and pepper vinegar to serve   Method: Step 1 On medium heat add 1 tbls of oil into a hot pot and fry the bacon. When the bacon

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Works every time!

Wednesday, 30 December 2015 by

  Chicken soup that works.   Ingredients: 4 cups chicken stock 1 potato peeled and sliced to 1/8 inch thickness 1 tomato skinned and diced 3 clove garlic 2” ginger sliced 5 cloves 1/2  tbls thyme 10 black peppercorns 3 tsp salt 1 spoon white rice washed   Method: Place all ingredients into a pot

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Midnight Nibblies

Sunday, 29 November 2015 by

Ingredients: 4 cups flour 2 1/2 cups small oatmeal 5 tbls Horlicks 5 tbls Nestum
 cereal 3 tsp baking powder 4 cups demerara sugar
 (don’t go easy on the sugar) 3 cups butter melted
 (measure and pack it down before melting) 4 eggs 1/2 tsp salt 1 1/2 cups chopped nuts – almonds, walnuts, hazelnut

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Oeufs à la neige

Tuesday, 18 August 2015 by

  Oeufs à la neige, eggs in snow, floating islands, floating dumpling, swans in lake …whatever you may call it the fact remains this is one of the best desserts out there. I hadn’t done it in so long that I had had almost forgotten to do it. This is the payment I had to give

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Authentic French Canadian Pea Soup

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

                    I got this recipe from Uncle Donald. His mum a French Canadian; this is how she made it for him. Ingredients: 2 cups yellow whole peas soaked overnight 1 ham hock or bacon piece 1 tbls savory 1 tbls thyme 2 bay leaves 1 medium

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