Refreshing Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa on Gluten Free Oat Flatbread
As a Pinterest addict, getting lost in the world of beautiful photos of recipes and DIY crafts happens pretty often. If I don’t set a time frame for my “Pinterest” time, I could spent hours pinning away. It’s not uncommon that Pinterest is a great source of recipe inspiration, because recipes are amongst the most pinned items. Easy oat flatbread is one of the recipes I found and experimented with a few times, if you have been following my instagram account, the few gluten free flatbread recipes I’ve tried, couldn’t be rolled out properly, the texture was dry and stiff. Continue Reading →
Move over Popeye, say hello to the Queen of Greens – Kale. In recent times, kale has become one of the most talked about vegetables, championed by chefs and food bloggers. Green smoothies with kale and kale chips recipes have popped up everywhere I click. Kale, sometimes known as curly kale, is from the Brassica family and is a nutritional powerful with high concentration of beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, and rich in calcium. Continue Reading →
As I was about to make the Mango Sago Dessert, a light bulb went off.. one of my AHA moments. Don’t you love AHA moments? There are times when my creative juice is way low or brain just freezes over. AHA moments with inspiration like this are always welcomed. Continue Reading →
Beat the heat with these colorful sorbets! These Fruit Sorbets are cool, creamy and surprisingly easy to make, and no ice cream maker is needed. This recipe is very similar to a smoothie, less complex and just as healthy. The main difference is that frozen fruits, lime juice and some sweetener is added to achieve that sweet-tart sorbet flavor. Continue Reading →
Time sure flies.. and it’s already one year into blogging. It’s a year of personal growth, lots of joy and some tears, this blog has been a very fulfilling journey for me, something I have not felt in a long time. I’m really proud of what I’ve achieved with this new hobby – be it cooking or photography. Occasionally, mama would ask “Why are you spending so much time with cooking new recipes and taking photos?” Being a typical asian mother that has gone through a hard life, she is always concerned about spending time on activities that does not translate into income generation. Mama, not everything is about money. Continue Reading →
Last week, I found some agar agar in my kitchen which was long forgotten. Agar agar is a gelatinous substance derived from algae, commonly used in Asian desserts.
I decided to experiment with these agar agar (instead of packet mango jelly) to make mango pudding (Asian style) and see how it turns out. Every time I dine at Dim Sum restaurant, I have the urge to order mango pudding because it’s so refreshing. Are you like me?
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