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Angie on February 25th, 2009

If you are running out of ideas what to put between your sandwich besides the usual ham and cheese, try this! Well, if you don’t eat sardines, just substitute them with tuna, it will work just fine. I use microwave cooking for the sardine filling, so it’s really easy and something you can slap on […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #18: Tomato Sardine Sandwiches

Do you like to eat prawns? Besides prawn fritters, prawn omelette, you can also make a prawn stir-fry for your lunchbox!  This is cooked in a blend of Asian sauces, and it has a slightly sweet taste which goes really well with the onions. Ingredients (Serves 3 adults): 10 medium prawns 1 red onion, sliced […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #17: Stir-Fried Prawns In Dark Asian Sauce

Hairy melon (known also as fuzzy melon or fuzzy squash) is a special vegetable from Asia.  We also call it marrow green in Singapore.  It should be available at most Asian supermarkets or specialty product stores. It’s exterior looks like a large kiwi, with the fine hairs, but the interior comes as a cross between […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #16: Stir-Fried Hairy Melon With Prawns And Egg

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 […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #15: Japanese Miso Soup With Tofu And Mushrooms

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