On the 8th day Chinese New Year (19 Feb 2021), I used my new Stainless Steel 316 Fry Pan to cook this CATherina 8 Treasure Rice. The Rice won’t stick to the fry pan.Continue reading “CATherina 8 Treasure Rice”
Cooked Dried Egg Noodle with Tofu, Shrimps, Onion, Celery as Sauce for Toppings for lunch today.Continue reading “Egg Noodle with Tofu, Shrimps, Onion & Celery”
A collection of Healthy Juice which I often make at home for myself and my loved ones. Read on to find out and get ideas to make your Healthy own Juice / Smoothie using Fruits and Vegetables.Continue reading “Collection of Healthy Juice Recipes”
Recipe Sharing Time. This is how I use Chempedak Seeds for my Chicken dish. I cooked 2 Chicken Drum Sticks, 2 Chicken Wings with Garlic, Red Chillies, Soya Sticks, Chempedak Seeds, Celery and Red Dates.Continue reading “Chicken with Chempedak Seed”
Apple Diuretic and Detox Drink
Using my electric multi cooker to make a Apple Diuretic and Detox Drink by boiling 3 Red Apples (remove core and cut to half), 1 Bitter gourd (remove seed and cut to small pieces), 1 Cucumber (cut to small chunks) and 10 Dried Cherry Tomatoes in 2 Litre water for 20 mins over medium heat. Please share out my recipe so that more people get benefited.
Turmeric Honey Ginger Drink
Blessed day everyone. Today I am sharing with you how to make this yummy Turmeric Honey Ginger Drink. As you can see I am enjoying this drink with my Healthy Breakfast.
You need to get 1 thumb sized Turmeric, peel off the skin and slice. Drop Turmeric slices and 600ml water in a small pot and bring to a rapid boil.
Lower down the heat and simmer boil for 8 minutes. Off heat and strain away the Turmeric.
Stir in 2 tsp of Korean made Honey Ginger Jam. The cup of Turmeric Honey Ginger drink is ready. Tastes very good and not bitter at all. Do try out my recipe.
Sharing with you the benefits of taking Turmeric. Please read: Turmeric or Curcuma Longa is a spice popular in Indian curries and other dishes, but the root holds more than just culinary benefits. Many experts consider turmeric one of the most powerful and effective herbs. Over the centuries and into today, it has been used to prevent and treat many ailments. More than 10,000 published studies discuss the benefits of this spice and its use in healing diseases and illnesses. Many highlight that curcumin, a compound in turmeric, has more effect than some prescription drugs. I use Tumeric often for my cooking.
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The Chinese believes in drinking Chrysanthemum Tea to cool down the body system during hot summer days. Chrysanthemum has been used for hundreds of years in Chinese medicine. People use it to treat respiratory problems, high blood pressure, and hyperthyroidism. Fans of the flower also say it can reduce inflammation and calm your nerves.
I use 4 TBS Dry Chrysanthemum Flowers with 1,000ml hot boiling water to steep for 5 minutes then strain off the flowers. Repeat one more time to make another 1,000ml Chrysanthemum Tea. For those who loves to drink it sweet, you can add in some Honey but I don’t, I drink it straight. This drink can be served hot or cold.
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Cooked this Japanese Curry with Pumpkin & Celery for my loved ones recently. I cook this Japanese Curry with Butternut Pumpkin, Enoki Mushroom & Celery served on Japanese Short Grain Rice with red Fukujin Tsuke.Continue reading “Japanese Curry with Pumpkin & Celery”
In this post, I compile all the recipes that I had about Watermelon Rind. I usually cut the red flesh from Watermelon to serve but keep the rind for making another dish or boil to make a drink. DO NOT WASTE as it has many health benefits.Continue reading “All about Watermelon Rind”
Do you throw away the Watermelon Rind when you eat the fruit? I dont. I cut away the green skin then serve only the red part to my family. Then use the white part to boil soup or make a pickle. Sharing with you from my Singapore kitchen how I cook a yummy soup with Watermelon Rind.Continue reading “Watermelon, Celery & Cherry Tomatoes Soup with One Pot Rice”
It is Monday. Have a good start for a new week everyone. From my kitchen in Singapore I am sharing with all members how I make a yummy Healthy Salmon Soup.Continue reading “Healthy Salmon Soup”