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Welcome to my blog! Here you will find simple yet delicious Asian recipes that I love to cook and eat! Some might look scary to cook but don't be afraid to discover new tastes and have fun cooking with your friends and family. If you're feeling a bit overwhelmed or want to perfect your dishes, check out some of our hands on classes or get a group of friends together for a group class.


Soju Spring Fling

This light pink cocktail is like spring in a glass! You can substitute the Korean Soju with gin or vodka. Serves 1 Ingredients 60ml Korean Soju 65ml (1 bottle) Yakult 60ml lemon, lime and bitters Ice cubes Optional Water White Sugar Frozen berries, blitzed in a hand blender or food…

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Bao Buns with Korean Fried Chicken

Looking for something fun and tasty to make at home? Why not give these bao buns a try! Warm soft bao buns paired with crunchy deep fried chicken goes down a treat for lunch or as an afternoon snack with friends and family. Makes: 6 small buns  Ingredients 6 x…

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Matcha Frappuccino

This Matcha Frappuccino recipe is perfect to make at home when you feel like a nice cold, refreshing drink on a sunny day! Serves 1.  Ingredients 1½ cup ice cubes 1 cup whole milk 3 Tbsp icing sugar 1½ Tbsp matcha powder ½ tsp vanilla essence Matcha chocolate (note: makes…

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Chinese Chicken Congee

Having a Chinese husband, we often eat Chinese Congee at home! It makes for a very humble and light breakfast – if you don’t have time in the morning, you can cook this for dinner or serve with other dishes that you like but make sure you save some Congee…

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Crepes with “Kaya” Sweet Coconut Jam

Kaya is very popular in South East Asia, including Singapore and Malaysia. Normally it is served on toast with butter, a poached egg and coffee but I have used it for my Crepes – it’s like Nutella from South East Asia! Kaya Jam Makes:             …

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Edamame Cauliflower Soup

I make a big pot of soup every Sunday and freeze it to enjoy in the mornings during the week. We can’t function well if we skip a good breakfast! You can serve this either hot or cold dependent on your mood. Serves: 2 Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time:…

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Japanese “Dashimaki” Eggroll with Yuzu dressing salad

I have been eating this eggroll for breakfast since when I was little, and it often appeared in my lunch box too. This is lovely, but a little fiddly in the pan – if you want to make it easy (but much less impressive!), cook in a scrambled egg-style instead…

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