Yummy. I want. Now.
Bel bakes again!
Mum’s recipe for Bakwan Kepiting
Some yummy and imaginative salads, it’s still January ; )
Nasi Ulam is a wonderful antidote to rich heavy festive foods. Susi’s easy recipe here.
No idea how you’re going to pull off Christmas dinner? Fear not, help is at hand here. Lots of recipes for all sorts of Christmas meals. And look at reader Carolyn’s pavlova!
Yummy, scrummy and oh so easy.
This gorgeous recipe is from reader Carolyn.
This is a great dish if you’re having people over for dinner. You can cook it over a couple of days, in stages, so that by the time your guests come, all you have to do is pop it in the oven and get it on the table.
I came across this recipe on Goop, and pleaded Mags to make some. Because the last thing my ass needs is for me to start baking… She obliged and they were delicious! Chewy, chocolatey with a bit of a cherry bite. Yum. Again, again! Recipe here
My mum is an amazing Peranakan cook. We have amazing food on order, from mee siam, buah keluak, garang assam to bakwan kepiting…we’re really lucky. Mum’s actually written her recipes down, so if you have a special request, I’ll dig up the recipe for you.
Friend Bel is an avid baker. I don’t understand how she and her family are not enormous, given the amount and level of baking that goes on! Look at this recipe, I think I am putting on weight just looking at it..