Welcome to my recipes page. I cook by estimation rather than by measurements, so the measurements given may be a little off. The dishes in each section are listed (roughly) in the order of chicken, pork, seafood and vegetable.
Dishes containing pork and pork products are marked (P).
Chinese cooking is great for beginners; The recipes are relatively simple and use few ingredients.
Claypot Chicken Rice
Kong Bak (P)
Pan-fried Pig Liver (P)
Fishball Tang Hoon
Chicken Rice (vegetarian)
Fried Tofu Balls
Kailan with Oyster Sauce
Ketola with Egg and Tang Hoon
Malay and Peranakan cuisine is, in my opinion, the king of all cuisines. Nothing any fine dining restaurant serves can top the intricate flavours of a Peranakan or Malay meal! They can be a little challenging and time-consuming to put together though. I prefer the more Malay types of Peranakan food. Here I've left out classics like Ayam Buah Keluak, Babi Pongtay, Hati Babi Bungkus, Itek Sio and Itek Tim, largely because they're too much trouble. Perhaps another time, yah?
Kari Ayam (Peranakan/Chinese)
Kari Ayam (Malay)
Babi Tempera (P)
String Beans with chye-poh sambal
I don't do too much Indian cooking. It stinks up the rest of my (tiny) apartment, and in any case I prefer the more delicate flavours of Malay and Peranakan food.
Gosht Dopiazah (spicy beef curry)
Tarkar Dhal (Lentils)
Aloo Bogar (Potato Curry)
Tamatar ka Salan (Tomato Curry)
Bhindhi Bhajji (Okra Curry)
Pilao (Spiced Rice)
I find Western Food much too plain, but great for a change once in a (long) while.
Honey and Parsley Chicken
Creole-style Chicken Stew (Untested!)
BBQ Ribs (P)
Fast Hawaiian Pizza (P)
Salmon with White-Wine and Lemon Cream Sauce
Salmon with honey-lemon sauce
Bubble and Squeak
Pancakes with Mushrooms