Salt And Pepper Fish

Salt And Pepper Fish

Thinking of having fried fish for dinner with the family? Spice it up with traditional Chinese salt and pepper seasoning for an incredible and distinctive flavor. It’s not your typical fried fish as it is bursting with flavor thanks to the variety of seasonings, making it peppery, citrusy, and spicy. Let’s not forget the perfect finishing … Read more

Kimchi Jjigae (Kimchi Stew)


So I made two jars of kimchi the other day, and because I don’t fancy eating kimchi on its own and haven’t had the chance to use them for cooking, they have been sitting in my refrigerator for the past 3 weeks waiting for me to devour them. Thankfully, kimchi is one of those foods that can … Read more

Thai Roasted Chilli Paste (Nam Prik Pao)

Thai Roasted Chilli Paste

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy. I find it slightly challenging to procure Thai ingredients in Singapore, especially when you’re living in the West and the famous Thai supermarket is located at Golden Mile Complex. I wanted to make some tom yum goong but didn’t have any good Thai roasted chili paste (nam … Read more

Korean Fried Chicken


When it comes to fried chicken, KFC is second to none (in my opinion at least). No, not Kentucky Fried Chicken, but Korean fried chicken. I concur that while American-style fried chicken tastes good as well, I would choose Korean fried chicken over American fried chicken any day (okay, maybe we have to make an exception … Read more

Roasted Chicken Stock: A Complete Guide

Roasted Chicken Stock

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy. Chicken stock is arguably the most versatile of all stocks, and is used in a wide range of cuisines, from Chinese to Western to Korean. Its mellow yet aromatic flavour allows it to be used in soups and sauces without overpowering the main ingredients. Chicken … Read more