Fruit Galette (Tart/Pie)

The Panasonic Oven with Steam (NN-SV30), all in one (cos it combines Microwave, Heater, Steam and Grilling functions all in one machine) is a pretty useful one! Last I did was make Sardine Samosa and now I have an old recipe that I love to make! Galette is French for a flat, round cake. It may also refer to several savory and sweet tarts, and even a small shortbread cookie. So what we have here is a Mixed Fruit Galette. It was a lovely…

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Recipe: Sardine Samosa

As one of the finalists of the Singapore Blog Awards, Best Cooking Blog category, we were all sponsored Panasonic Home Cooking appliances to create our very own versions of recipes. I was sponsored the all in one Panasonic Oven with Steam (NN-SV30). It’s a all in one cos it combines Microwave, Heater, Steam and Grilling functions all in one machine! You know how our houses are getting smaller and smaller these days? Well think about how much space this machine saves!…

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Recipe for Teo Chew (Chiu Chao) Steamed Fish

Teo Chew style of cooking features a lot of healthy steamed, stir-fried and braised dishes. What I love most from Teo Chew fanfare would be their steamed fish. I’m not Teo Chew but this dish is so healthy and so easy to cook! 🙂 Today I’ll share with you how I get it done. 🙂 These are all the ingredients you need: Ingredients: [Main Ingredients] 1 medium-sized sea bass (about 400g), or you may use a white pomfret too 2-3 small…

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Tiramisu

Behold! My new creation! Tiramisu! I know I very not shy, but its super nice!! I honestly didn’t expect it to turn out this way. This was a recipe I grabbed from somewhere and decided to just try it out. Who knew Tiramisu was so easy to make! Ingredients: 250gms tub of Marscopone Cheese (available at Carrefour/Cold Storage) about $7.84 4 tablespoons of castor sugar 2 eggs (you only need the egg yolks) 1 pack of Sponge Ladyfingers (Carrefour brand…

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No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake

Have I mentioned I love baking and cooking? 🙂 Well, I’ve always loved baking since young… ok fine, I admit, since I had those “Home Economics” class in secondary school. The things to taught in these classes revolved around, yes, you guessed it, cooking and baking. I didn’t take to cooking till a couple of months back only. Ever since I started staying in Singapore, I haven’t been baking much – no big oven 🙁 . Well that’s not going…

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