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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 […]

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

It’s another luncheon meat lunchbox recipe again!  Haha.  Remember I told you earlier how I just love luncheon meat? Well, for these bread rolls, you probably have to make them the day before as it will take a few hours to complete.  But it is a very fun activity that you can involve your kids […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #12: Home-Made Sweet Bread Roll With Luncheon Meat

Angie on December 26th, 2008

I absolutely love Japanese food and always have monthly cravings for it.  Haha. But always going to the restaurants to get my fix is not going to be good for our pockets in the long run, so I am learning how to prepare them from my home. For example, this meal below which serves four […]

Continue reading about LunchBox Recipe #9: Japanese Tempura Don (Rice)

Angie on December 18th, 2008

Whenever it is cold and rainy, I will always think of having a bowl of wonton soup. It is one of my favourite comfort foods.  What is yours? Well, the ingredients for this recipe should be quite easy to find.  You can get wonton skin wrappers at most Asian supermarkets.  I usually get the square […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #7: Home-Made Wonton (Dumpling) Soup

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 […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #6: Baked Fish Fillet With Lemon & Garlic