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    Swedish Meatballs (Ikea Meatballs)

    “Mummy, can you make meatball pasta for me, please?”. This is what my youngest will usually request for when I asked what she would like me to make her. I usually make her favourite beef meatballs with tomato sauce. However, I’m not really a huge fan of tomato sauce, and recently my girls has been asking me to make them pasta with cream sauce.   I needed some variation to the regular Italian beef meatballs, and as I was spring cleaning my office. I saw an Ikea catalog which led to this recipe. I have no idea why I have never tried making Ikea meatballs before. Especially when I like having it whenever we go to Ikea to shop. Perhaps I was put off by the ‘horse’ meat saga. lol. Rest assure, there was no horse used in this recipe. This time, I served it over gluten-free organic pasta for a change. I didn’t quite like the texture of it but the husband couldn’t tell the difference, neither did the kids.  When my girls saw what they were having for dinner, both of them went, “Mmmm! My favourite! I’m going to finish everything. Thank you, mummy!!”. Dinner that night was […]

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    Mee Goreng Mamak

    Whenever the husband and I go out to one of those prata coffeeshop to have dinner. My first instinct is to order mee goreng, beehoon goreng, or maggi goreng. So one of…

  • Featured Noodle Pork

    Stewed Pork Beehoon

    Here’s a quick and easy one pot local favourite! Most Singaporeans are not a stranger to this dish, and will classify it as comfort food. The recipe calls for canned stew…

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    Stir-fried Korean Ramyun Noodles

    What’s your guilty pleasure? For me, it is Shin Ramyun Instant Noodles, maggi goreng style. Actually, I like the soup version as well. This is probably the only instant noodle I…

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    Fishball Noodles (Mee Pok Tah)

    I’m always looking forward to Sunday morning breakfast with the hubs. We will get up early, walk across the street, and grab a copy of the Sunday newspaper on the way.…