Using an air fryer to make these sugar-free sesame balls means it’s not soaked dipped in oil during cooking, making it a healthier snack. I have also used monk fruit sweetener in making the dough and the peanut paste and mung bean paste fillings so it’s vegan-friendly.
The perfect pig’s trotters in vinegar will have very tender and succulent pork trotter meat that can be easily torn apart, and jelly-like chewy skin that almost melts in the mouth.
What to do with leftover mandarin oranges after the Lunar New Year? Make mandarin orange marmalade. Using orange pulp, orange zest, chia seed and some lemon juice, it’s full of fibre and natural goodness and sweetness. Plus no sugar added!
Air Fryer Kale Chips is one of the easiest and healthiest snack you can make in just under 10 minutes. Pair it with beer or just munch while watching Netflix. You will want to make more as it’s super light and crunchy, not to mention addictive!
Creamy Chicken Stew is the perfect one-pot chicken casserole dish when all you need is to easily dish out something warm and comforting for your family. Easily substitute the vegetables with mushrooms or other root vegetables.
Kaya puff (Kaya Kok 咖椰角) is a sweet flaky local pastry filled with creamy rich kaya coconut jam baked to perfection, that reminds me of my father’s hometown in Malaysia, Ipoh. I first had it there and would always request to eat it whenever our family is back there.
Chia Cranberry Jam is really easy and quick to make. It not only looks pretty with its deep red hues but full of nutritional goodness and flavour as well as natural fibre. Love it on toast and cookies!
Vegetarian fried bee hoon, also called 炒米粉, char bee hoon, rice noodles or rice vermicelli is a typical popular staple in Singapore and Southeast Asia. I love cooking it with lots of crunchy type of vegetables and mushrooms. It’s simple and very easy to cook.