We love to travel as a family, a great way to bond and create memories!
And I love to cook for my family too!
This blog is for me to document our vacay fun moments as well as recipes which worked for my boys! :) Hope u'll enjoy reading and find the info useful.
Recipe • Honey Cornflakes
I've been wanting to make some home made snacks for CNY (Chinese New Year).
With limited time in the mornings while the boys are in school, pineapple tarts and kueh bangkit are certainly not on my to-do list.
And the snack I make must be something my boys will eat, otherwise it defeats the purpose!
So.... Honey Cornflakes it shall be! It's really easy and took me less than 30mins!
Makes about 40 pieces (3.5cm cupcake case)
150gm Plain Cornflakes
50gm Unsalted Butter
Sufficient amount of Hundreds & Thousands (to sprinkle)
•Gently crush up the cornflakes and pour into a mixing bowl.
•Lay cupcake casings on baking tray.
•Melt butter and honey over low fire, till it turns frothy.
•Pour the hot mixture into cornflakes and mix well.
•Scoop the cornflake mix into cupcake casings and sprinkle "Hundreds & Thousands" on top.
•Preheat oven at 150degC and bake for about 12mins until cornflakes turn golden brown.
⚠️ Oven temperature and timing may vary.
•I tried baking some using Airfryer but they turned out a bit too dark for my liking. Ideally, 140degC/6mins will be sufficient for Airfryer.
•Leave to cool and they're ready to be packed in tubs!
I'm sharing a quick & easy recipe of Braised Ee Fu Noodles, it's one of Lil K's favourite & he calls it "T-shirt Noodles" 😅 because Ee Fu sounds like "clothing" in Mandarin.
So... Ee Fu = T-shirt, geddit? 😃😃😃
And of late, "flying noodles" seem to be very popular on social media! Since it's the month of Halloween 👻👻, I thought it would be fun to trick my kids! I'm sharing the tutorial to create "flying noodles" at the end of this post.
Braised Ee Fu Noodles Ingredients (1-2pax serving):
1pc Ee Fu Noodles
2 cloves Garlic, minced
1/4 boneless Chicken breast, sliced
3 Prawns,remove shell & slice half lengthwise
2 Crabsticks, cut into 8pcs
Handful of Bunashimeiji mushroom
Coriander & Spring onion to garnish Seasoning:
1tsp Light Soy Sauce
1TBS Oyster Sauce
Dashes of Dark Soy Sauce
80ml Water Method:
•In a separate bowl, lightly season chicken breast & prawns. A pinch of the seas…
I was given the opportunity in this collaboration between Dancing Chef™ (Singapore) and Singapore Home Cooks (Facebook).
Using Dancing Chef™ Laksa paste and Hainanese Chicken Rice paste to create dishes other than the usual bowl of laksa and chicken rice.
I'm sharing my first featured dish today as well as the recipe, using Dancing Chef™ Hainanese Chicken Rice paste. This is the base ingredient for the special sauce.
Dancing Chef™ pastes contain no MSG, preservatives or artificial colouring, making them a natural product. And this dish is also suitable for young children, making it a dish for the whole family to enjoy!
Steamed Tofu and Prawns, topped with Hainanese Chicken Rice sauce.
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1 block of Tofu
4 medium size Prawns
2 TBS Fish Paste …
Lil K's taste for food is often influenced by his daddy 😄
His dad is a fan of 咕咾肉 (Chinese style Sweet and Sour Pork) and of cos Lil K grew to love it too!
This Sweet & Sour Pork recipe is always a hit with the boys! I hope you'll like it too.
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2/3 strip of Pork Filet,about 200gm (Note 1)
1/2 Tomato, cut into 6 wedges
1/2 Red Onion, cut into wedges
1/2 Green Bell Pepper, cut into small pieces
Small section of Cucumber, deseed & cut into small pieces
6 pieces of Canned Lychee (amount to own preference, keep the syrup) (Note 2)