Hello Kitty meets kitchen appliances!

Hello Kitty fans will have much to rejoice. Cornell has just launched the Hello Kitty Rice Cooker (CRCHK106), which goes at just S$49.90 (Usual Price: $69.90). Look at how cute and pink it is! This will definitely brighten up your kitchen! I especially love it’s suitably small capacity of 0.4 litres, making it perfect for small families. I use a small rice cooker of similar capacity for the small meals I make for Daniel throughout the day. Much better than…

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Homemade Beetroot Noodles

Yesssss it’s yet another edition in the whole noodle making craze in my life. My new Joyoung noodle making machine really makes it so simple and easy to make noodles for my whole family. Especially Baby Daniel who is a fan of eating noodles. I decided to try making more colourful noodles this time around – BEETROOT FETTUCCINE! Note, when you making fettuccine, because of it’s wider width, less noodles (in terms of length) comes out of the noodle maker,…

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Homemade Egg Noodle Recipe

Back at my Joyoung Noodle Maker again! Today I made Egg Noodle! 🙂 With the noodle maker, it’s effortless, literally. I could choose any shape of noodle I wanted and I decided to try making egg noodles in linguine form. All I needed was: 85ml of water+egg (just break an egg, and fill up the measuring cup till it hits 85ml) 1 cup of wholemeal flour Using the measurement cup provided and measure out 1 cup of flour then pour…

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Homemade Carrot Noodle Recipe

I feel so domesticated! That aside, the new Joyoung Noodle Maker that I received to review is spicing up my weekends endlessly! I received it a couple of weeks ago and I have already made so many batches of noodles. I feel extremely satisfied!! It makes me quite amazed that noodles are so easily made, with so few ingredients and so little effort and time. Over the next few posts, pardon me if I rave about my noodle maker a…

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Homecooking with Dancing Chef

It’s the CNY season and I’m going to be doing a lot of home cooking for my family, especially so when I’m going back to Kuala Lumper to spend time with them. When my grandma used to be younger, she used to cook up a big feast on the eve of every chinese new year. I always looked forward to that. But now that she is older and we don’t want her to tire herself out, I personally am not…

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