Melt-in-your-mouth pineapple tarts are to-die for. Known as kuih tart, kue nastar, or kueh tae, pineapple tarts are a much-loved classic pastry all time of the year. This recipe is adapted from a recipe on Straits Times. I reduced the amount of sugar and substituted it with Stevia sweetener, using the same dough recipe for both closed and open-faced pineapple tarts and got the thumbs up from my family.
Making a Christmas Charcuterie Wreath in 7 easy steps. Learn the fun and quick tips on how to put this Charcuterie board together. Not to mention this can be prepared in advance and kept in the chiller, then bring it out to room temperature before your party. I do not only make it during the festive holidays but whenever I host a house party, the charcuterie board is definitely part of the menu. Have fun!
These gorgeous pretty little crispy potato roses are not only tasty, they are a feast to the eyes. Slice, season, roll them up and bake, it’s extremely easy to make and goes really well with steaks or just as a snack. Not to mention it’s extremely instagrammable.
Air fryer carrot fries are a great healthier substitute to french fries, with so many known health benefits of carrots. The fiber in carrots can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Carrots are loaded with vitamin A and beta-carotene which are great anti-oxidants
The Nonya achar is full of flavours, crunchiness, freshness, with its salty and sour taste. It goes extremely well with the nasi lemak, laksa, curry or even on its own as an appetiser and is a great starter to any meal.
Ramen eggs with creamy runny yolks and flavourful egg whites are the best condiments on a ramen dish. It’s very easy to make with really simple ingredients. Boil then cool the eggs and marinate with a mixture of soy sauce, mirin and water.
Baked Corn Fritters – A healthier option to the fried version and a crowd pleaser at my home parties. This recipe uses miso paste for seasoning and also in the dipping sauce.