Cooking Recipes as promised


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I used pork ribs.
But I find using chicken breast tastier


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Hi <font color="ff0000">(to those who have requested for recipe),</font>
Pls chk mail box u've got mail

<font color="0000ff">quietbird</font>
Sorry for the late reply hope it still make it in time to ur rescue. Maybe try adding abit of oyster sauce!

<font color="119911">Samara</font>
U can find good &amp; nice lap cheong in chinatown market.


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hi Winnie,

Can i have the compiled recipe also?
Hope its ez to follow.
I'm now relocated to HL wif my hubby &amp; very young son and has total zero knowledge with my poor hubby had to bear with watever i cooked :p
Hope your recipe can come as a saving grace :p


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hi sept 03 Bride
I've dun tink hotmail can accomodate my recipe cos it's a very huge file! So can u gimme an yahoo or another email account?

Hi cindy,
Can i've ur email to send?

For those requested for recipe, we shall wait for the other 2 ladies &amp; i'll send out the recipe at the same time ok!


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hi <font color="aa00aa">LiLacz</font>,
i've oni tried banana milkshake before.

For the following ingredients,
1 banana (Del Monte type)
3/4 glass of milk

Blend the milk and banana in your blender (not juice extractor), and voila, you'll get about 2 glasses of banana milkshake.


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hi everyone,
i've got some lovely pics of yummy sushi and bento sets to share with you and spur your creative minds...



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Hi, a bit of a sidetrack here... i'm thinking of buying a cake mixer... which brands whd u gals recommend?
Something that is not too ex... saw some that are abt $700. *gasp!*


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I'm new here... i just made tiramisu last week but the cheese was too soft even thou i left it in the fridge for 24 hrs b4 cutting.

Anyone has any idea how to make the cheese slightly harder? (e.g is it due to the eggs, the beating, etc?)


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hi <font color="119911">ninikiki</font>,
i think it's the beating. try not to beat the mixture for too long, esp the cheese, if not, the tiramisu will be v soft.


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hi keruri,
thanks... i'll try that when i make the tiramisu again for christmas...
will update here how it turns out.


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hi gals,
just wanted to share this recipe with u all. Made this last weekend and it was hit with my friends...

Bacon roll with bean curd and crab meat
- Bacon strips from supermarket
- fish paste
- firm bean curd (cut into strips)
- crab meat (cut into strips)

1) Spread fish paste on each bacon strip
2) Take one bean curd strip and crab meat strip and place them on the edge of the bacon (with the fish paste) and roll it, secure with a toothpick.
3) Grill it in the oven.


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push the toothpick from one side to the other, making sure that it goes thru the bean curd and crab meat, holding them together. Hope that explains it.

Making it this weekend, hopefully can take a pic of it.


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u're welcome, ninikiki... i hope to make it this xmas too.

Peg76, the bacon rolls sound yummy... will try it one of these days.


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woohhh... peg.. cool! take a pix of it ya!! best is one before u put into the oven (so that i hv a better idea) &amp; the after Yummy result....

Just to share a simple fare :-

Stir Fry Spicy Shrimps
(always a hit with the elderlys)

1.5 lbs of large fresh water shrimps
Dried chilies (10-12)
Extra virgin olive oil
Green scallion
Dried sliced garlic
2 tablespoon of soy sauce
half tablespoon of vinegar
1 tablespoon of water
half tablespoon of sugar
half teaspoon of corn starch
1 teaspoon of sesame oil
1 tablespoon of rice wine

Cooking Instructions
1. Remove shell and de-vein shrimps.
2. Add salt and let it marinate for 10 minutes.
3. Heat wok or pan and then add olive oil.
4. Stir fry green scallion, dried sliced garlic, dried chilies and peppercorn for 3-4 minutes. 5. Add shrimps and stir fry until red or 70% cooked.
6. Add all remaining sauce seasonings and stir gently until 100% cooked.
7. Serve.