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Crispy Sesame-Crusted Tofu

Posted by Stephanie Goh on

This tofu dish is exactly like its name. The exterior is crispy and fragrant with the fragrance of roasted sesame seeds. The inside is soft and juicy (not oily at all) and has a natural sweetness of tofu. In Singapore, we call this Tau-Kwa which is a firm tofu.   Ingredients: 200g Firm Tofu (Tau Kwa) 4 tbsp Corn Flour 5 tbsp Raw Sesame Seeds 4 tbsp Water 1 tsp Kombu Powder (or Scallop Powder) Olive Oil (to cover the base of your pan) Method:1. Slice the tofu into uniform cubes.2. Combine 2 tbsp cornflour and 4 tbsp water in...

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Lotus Root & Peanut Soup

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A very comforting bowl of nutritious soup for the family! This recipe makes a mildly sweet and collagen-rich soup, with a medium-strength peanut aroma. If you would prefer not to taste the peanuts in the soup, do adjust your measurements accordingly. Ingredients (Serves 4): 1/2 Lotus Root (about 10cm in length) 1/2 Chicken 6 Red Dates 50g Raw Peanuts (Soaked, skin removed) 1 tsp Olive Oil 4 cups Water 1 tbsp Scallop Powder Multi-Cooker Method: 1. Using Saute (High) function, heat olive oil.2. Gently fry the chicken till the surface is cooked.3. Add in lotus root, red dates and peanuts, and...

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Korean Beef Rice Bowl

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This was a hit with the adults and kids, especially the unassuming pickled cucumber that whet up the appetite. We enjoyed how the grated ginger removed the beefy smell, and the whole dish was appetizing but not oily. With the rainy season coming on and off, the aroma of the ginger also brought much warmth to our taste buds.

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Sweet Potato Sesame Balls

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Totally enjoyed this one, finally a snack recipe!If you decide to include the sugar in this recipe, the texture will be chewy like the original sesame ball. However, if you omit the sugar, then the sesame ball will be softer, somewhat like mochi, but still super tasty!Also, the reason why it's flat instead of being like a ball shape is that I did not want to deep fry it. Ingredients: - 40g Purple Sweet Potato Powder - 20g Sugar (Optional) - 200g Glutinous Rice Flour - Sesame Seeds (do not use roasted sesame seeds) Method: 1. Reconstitute Purple Sweet Potato...

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Creamy Salmon Stew

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Remember what I said about ugly photos are usually the nicest foods? This is definitely one of them! I was happy eating my share of the stew and totally neglected the photo-taking, hence the stew kind of dried up while waiting for me. 🤣⁠⁠This is a very versatile recipe, keep it in the freezer and you could have a pasta sauce, recreate a soup with it, make it into a dip, or use it as a base for baked rice like what I did! This recipe made the Live crowd go crazy.⁠⁠Ingredients:⁠- Salmon (skin-off) marinated with rice wine and Kombu Powder-...

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