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!
Chinese New Year is the time for our friends and family gather, sitting around the table feasting and catching up with each other as well. Of course, Food is an important part of the celebration too! Some of the must-have … Continue reading No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Crisp
Chinese New Year is around the corner, that means an abundant supply of mandarin orange peels! Whether or not you celebrate CNY, you would usually receive at least a box of oranges from your Chinese colleagues, neighbors or bosses. If you’re … Continue reading 5 Ways You Can Benefit from Mandarin Orange Peels
Start the new year with new breakfast habits! This orange chocolate muesli is bound to get your tastebuds dancing. Chinese New Year is just around the corner with an abundance of mandarin oranges. Instead of throwing out the aromatic peel … Continue reading Orange Chocolate Muesli-ve Long and Prosper
It’s almost Chinese New Year! One of the most looking-forward festive time of the year for Chinese diaspora all around the world! It’s the time when friends and family reunite to wish each other good health, happiness and prosperity. These … Continue reading Chinese New Year Food – Making The Right Choice
Oats is one of the most common food that we hear about. There are so many types of oats and ways to prepare oats. Be it eaten as porridge, used in baking (oat cookies) or even as an additional ingredient … Continue reading All You Need to Know About the Different Types of Oats!
I’ve never made a yule log cake recipe before. But in typical dietitian-fashion, I decided to take up the challenge further and experiment with a healthier version. The yule log cake recipe certainly impressed everyone at Christmas dinner! Although it … Continue reading Gorgeous and Healthier Yule Log Cake Recipe
A perfect dessert is one that is sweet, requires minimal effort and definitely cost-effective. After considering these factors, I came up with Per-fait, A Perfect Parfait. Why is it perfect, you ask? Because it’s so simple that my 2-year-old niece … Continue reading Per-fait: A Perfect Parfait