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Japanese miso soup is a comfort soup I often cook out of convenience as the ingredients are really simple to get.  That’s why I always have a tub of miso paste ready in my fridge.  LOL. Unlike Chinese double-boiled soup which takes a long time to simmer, miso soup can be prepared in just 10-15 […]

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Angie on January 21st, 2009

That day, I felt like eating something really light, so I cooked this very simple Spaghetti Aglio Olio for lunch. This is a no-frills recipe, and is very easy to follow.  If you like the aromatic blend of garlic and olive oil, you would probably enjoy the taste.  If you are cooking for your kids, […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #14: Simple Spaghetti Aglio Olio

We make this cod fish dish quite often at home.  You know why? It is what comes to my mum’s mind when she is feeling really lazy.  LOL. There are times when she does not feel like using a wok at all, so she makes very simple dishes with just the microwave. The recipe I […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #10: Easy Microwave Cod Fish In Asian Sauce

There are many ways of cooking fish and one of the easiest way is to bake it. This baked fish fillet recipe is suitable for any type of white fish, although I would prefer boneless ones like these sutchi fillet that I have used.  Dory fish fillet is a great choice as well. Ingredients (Serves […]

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Angie on December 13th, 2008

This is a very easy way of adding a vegetable dish to your rice lunch box.  It is done Asian style with bottled oyster sauce.  Vegetarians can also prepare this dish as you can use “vegetarian” oyster sauce which is made from mushrooms.  I also like using bottled abalone sauce as well.  These condiments should […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #4: Oyster Sauce Broccoli Asian Style