Vietnamese has to be my favourite cuisine -- and I am always looking for great Pho, this wonderful beef broth eaten with rice noodles. I had searched and searched for an easy at home recipe but it should really brew for hours!! One day, I was watching Alton Brown make beef stock on TV using a pressure cooker - and voila! This recipe was born - and believe me it tastes just like the real thing!
You find a lot of different recipes around Thailand and Vietnam for pomelo salads -- this is my take, with few ingredients and some cupboard staples. My boyfriend simply adores this salad and could eat the whole bowl for his dinner.
This is my lactose-free take on chocolate pudding. I used to use soy milk and jell-o ready-made pudding mix, but I realised that these were full of additives. So I created my own take on the pudding. To share only if you have to =)
My family adores the traditional pandan chicken - but it is deep fried. I wanted to created a grilled version that was safe and lighter, and here is what I came up with. It's safe for the BBQ and cuts out most of the fat! Great success!
I created this recipe one evening to make use of my fridge leftovers - since I live in Singapore, a lot of these ingredients are staple here, but they should also be readily available in most markets. The laksa leaves may be hard to find, but can be substituted with cilantro, lime or curry leaves. Grouper can also be subsituted for any kind of white flesh fillets (cod, bass, etc).
Here is a simple and delicious way to still eat French desserts while on a gluten-free diet. Note that the recipe can also be made lactose-free by substituting the milk for rice milk. Clafoutis are wonderful with any kind of pitted fruits: apricots, cheeries, plums, etc.
This soup will taste like it's from a 3 star restaurant, yet it is extremely simple to make!! You can always omit the smoked salmon for vegetarian friends but it's saltiness and depth really brings this soup together. One from the 'Covent Garden Soup Co'.
This is one of my favorite recipe from the UK brand of soup 'The Covent Garden Soup Co'. They are sold in cartons in the chilled section over there, and I used to literally live off them when I was in London! The roasted garlic in this recipe marries the turnip perfectly -- it's worth the extra effort and can be roasted in the oven up to a few days in advance (whenever you have the oven going). Enjoy on a cold winter evening...
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