Eating healthy on a tight budget could be difficult sometimes, therefore, I have created a nutritious yet ridiculously cheap Kacang Pool meal! For under $10, you are able to make 4 meals! This fibrous meal will sure to keep you … Continue reading Kacang Pool For Under 10 Dollars
I recently discovered frozen acai paste in the supermarket and excitedly bought them. Realising the only way I could really use them is in a creamy acai bowl/ smoothie, I put myself to the test of making a creamy one! … Continue reading Most Creamy Acai Bowl Ever! Tips for Preparing in Hot Tropical Weather
Why is it important to increase hemoglobin when the count is low? What is hemoglobin actually? Hemoglobin is a type of protein that is very important in your red blood cell. It helps carry oxygen throughout your body for energy. … Continue reading Increase Hemoglobin in 4 Natural Ways
Have a “raw-some” celebration by serving your guest fresh herbs rice, nasi ulam, during this Raya! This fresh herbs rice is a popular Malay rice dish commonly found in Malaysia, Indonesia and southern Thailand that consists of cooked rice mixed … Continue reading The Irresistible Fresh Herbs Rice Nasi Ulam
Such a peculiar title of non-soapy coriander lemon chicken you ask? You may have heard of this particular genetic variation that causes between 7-21% of the population (depending on your ethnicity) to dislike the herb or find it tastes like … Continue reading Non-Soapy Coriander Lemon Chicken Stir-fry
One of my favourite Asian cuisines has got to be Thai food. I love the complex flavours and freshness that really packs a punch! Thai fishcakes is a must have appetiser whenever I treat myself to lovely Thai meal at … Continue reading Thai-sty tofu cakes to tantalise your tastebuds
I went to Taiwan a few months back and fell in love with a baiye tofu salad that I ate at a restaurant in Taoyuan. Ever since, I’ve been trying to re-create that deliciously tangy, moreish and appetising taste, and … Continue reading Deliciously Tangy Baiye Tofu Salad
Rosti is a national Swiss dish that is typically served with sour cream alongside other dishes such as Spinat und Spiegelei, Cervelas or Fleischkäse. Traditionally, they are made with shredded potato patties which are then fried. However, Rosti With A Twist is slightly … Continue reading Rosti With A Twist: A Singaporean Take On Swiss Food
Baked beans are a fantastic breakfast choice, however, many of the commercial baked beans are loaded with sugar and salt! These healthy baked beans with roasted capsicum can be made in bulk and frozen to make them just as convenient … Continue reading Healthy Baked Beans with Roast Capsicum
Of the three main groups of food nutrients, we have long vilified fats the most. At 9 calories per gram, fat provides a hefty amount of energy that dieters may find difficult to use up. As a result, they end … Continue reading Types of Fat – Which is the Healthiest?
Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) has gained its great popularity over the past 5 to 6 years owing to its health benefits. It is known as an “ancient grain” with a history of 5000-7000 years. Quinoa has a very subtle unique nutty flavour … Continue reading Easy Spicy Curry Chicken Quinoa Salad
If you’re looking to enjoy hawker Singapore street foods but want to take care of your waistline, look no further than this list compiled by a dietitian! Chicken Rice Ahh, one of the quintessential Singapore street foods! There are certainly … Continue reading 5 Popular Yet Unhealthy Singapore Street Foods Healthified!