Tag Archive: spring onion

Halloumi stir-fry (vegetarian)

Last year, I went vegetarian for a month, which resulted in quite a few creative recipes. So this year, I decided to do the same, and the first new dish I made was this delicious… Continue reading

Swindian orange beef with mixed mushrooms

The reason I called this Swindian beef is because I took a Chinese recipe, removed some ingredients, added another few, and thus felt it could no longer be called Szechuan. It is absolutely… Continue reading

Spicy Kung Pao chicken

This recipe is an old favourite and is from my favourite food blog, Rasa Malaysia. If you don’t know her blog, please go take a look, it’s absolutely fantastic and every single recipe… Continue reading

Pastry-less vegetable quiche

Here’s one for all of you out there who like to cut down on carbs, especially at night! This quiche is very quick and easy, with an amazing fluffy consistency. It is very… Continue reading

Guest post: Colourful potato salad with home-made mayonnaise

My father always told me that in order to judge how healthy your plate is, all you have to do is count the colours. Based on that, this dish is a big winner,… Continue reading

Guest Post: Spicy Chicken-Halloumi Tortilla Wraps

Last night, I was ordered to stay out of the kitchen and let somebody else take over. In all honesty, I was a bit hesitant about this, but I was given no choice!… Continue reading

Beef teriyaki stir-fry with shiitake mushrooms

I. Love. Leftovers. I take leftovers to work for lunch almost every day, and I love re-using ingredients. So after I made teriyaki sauce from scratch, I decided to use it again, in… Continue reading

Baked salmon + vegetable stir fry – in homemade teriyaki sauce

At university, I always had a bottle of readymade teriyaki sauce on hand. I would put it in fried rice, mix it in every stir-fry and just use it almost as commonly as… Continue reading

Stir-fry chicken made interesting

Like most people, I often resort to stir-fry when I am feeling uncreative. However, I always try and find a way to make it more interesting than just vegetables, chicken and soy sauce.… Continue reading

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