Mushroom Spaghetti with Olive Oil and Garlic Sauce(Aglio e Olio)

Spaghetti, translated into “thin strings’ is one of Italy’s most iconic pasta shapes. It is one of the most frequently cooked pasta cuts worldwide and is usually available in most restaurants.  Pasta is typically made from wheat flour with water or eggs, and then molded into different shapes.Pasta is a staple of Italian cuisine. PastaContinue reading “Mushroom Spaghetti with Olive Oil and Garlic Sauce(Aglio e Olio)”

Crispy Cantonese Soy Sauce Pan-Fried Noodles

Do you fancy some speedy crispy noodles? These noodles may look basic, but they are packed full of classic flavors. A easy recipe that only requires a small handful of ingredients. If you love crispy savory noodles this one will be right up your alley. I recommend fresh Hong Kong style pan-fried noodles; you canContinue reading “Crispy Cantonese Soy Sauce Pan-Fried Noodles”

Kung Pao Chicken

Do you like sweet, savory and a little spicy? If so, this easy Kung Pao Chicken recipe has got your back! This is a healthy take on the Chinese takeout classic. Velveting the chicken will give you the most tender and juicy texture. This velveting technique is also ideal for building your own stir fryContinue reading “Kung Pao Chicken”

Salmon Rice Bowl

There was no culinary sorcery involved in this wholesome salmon rice bowl. I simply layered and reheated some leftover ingredients together, finished with dashes of low sodium soy sauce over the salmon. I really like making these kinds of bowls as you get a lot of tender texture, and they are versatile to make. WhatContinue reading “Salmon Rice Bowl”

Farfalle with Salmon and Peas

This creamy fun bow-tie or butterfly shaped pasta dish is packed with delicious goodies.Tender chunks of salmon, juicy peas,and beautiful farfalle pasta tossed in a velvety sauce with garlic and onions. Finished with black pepper and lemon juice, adding a brightness that lifts the entire dish. An effortlessly elegant easy weeknight meal using one ofContinue reading “Farfalle with Salmon and Peas”

Striped Bass,Quinoa and Mesclun Greens

I saw striped bass on offer at Wholefoods and decided to give it a try. Striped bass has a meaty but flakey texture that complements a wide array of dishes.I’m a big fan.To achieve a healthy and balanced diet, it is generally recommended to include two portions of oily fish in your diet. This kindContinue reading “Striped Bass,Quinoa and Mesclun Greens”

King Oyster Mushroom And Tofu Noodle Bowl

Rustle up a simple vegetarian noodle dish that’s filling and rich in fiber – ready in just 15 minutes. This meat-free dish certainly does not skimp on flavor. Umami rich king oyster mushrooms add the most delectable earthy and aromatic flavor. Crunchy beansprouts, sweet floral mini peppers, fresh tofu,luscious onion and earthy organic collard greens;Continue reading “King Oyster Mushroom And Tofu Noodle Bowl”

Coconut Chicken,Lentil and Sweet Potato Curry

Autumn or Fall Season is such a spectacular time of the year especially in a forest. Burnt orange, mulberry red and golden yellow leaves blaze brightly until they fall for winter. Hauntingly beautiful scenes. Have the leaves begun to change where you live? In keeping with the splendidly colorful foliage upon us. I made thisContinue reading “Coconut Chicken,Lentil and Sweet Potato Curry”

Rainbow Salad

A vibrant and crunchy salad; packed with nutrients.  It is seriously easy to make, and you can use any variety of vegetables that suits your own taste. I am currently obsessed with sweet mini peppers and crispy shredded red cabbage together.  In efforts to “eat the rainbow” this in my attempt at a colorful healthyContinue reading “Rainbow Salad”

Char Kway Teow (Stir-fried flat rice noodle)

If you are noodle obsessed just like me this one could be for you. A delicious combination of rice noodles, egg noodles, tasty clams, and scrambled egg with a superbly savory sauce.  This dish is the epitome of Singaporean and Malaysian street food. It can be found at hawker centers and is often presented onContinue reading “Char Kway Teow (Stir-fried flat rice noodle)”