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  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Sardines & Egg Rice Bowl

    Sardines are healthier and more sustainable fish. Sardines are rich in numerous nutrients. Why don’t we eat them more? Canned Sardines are easy to use. They smell fishy? OK, add fresh Ginger and Sake (Rice Wine) if you can consume Alcohol. This is a very satisfying dish but cost you very little. Makes 1 Serving …

  • Cold Sweets

    Eggnog Ice-Cream

    If you ever have Eggnog leftover after Christmas, freeze it in ice trays. The more alcohol is contained in the Eggnog, the softer it would freeze. The use a food processor to make it into smooth ice-cream. If you want to make Eggnog to make this ice-cream, find my ‘Eggnog’ recipe here. Ingredients Eggnog1-2 tablespoons …

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    Eggnog

    Eggnog is a special drink for the festive season. I am not a big fan of sweet alcoholic drinks, but Eggnog is an exception. I wanted to make it by myself, but all the recipes that I had found were for 8 servings or 12 servings or a big number. I wanted to make a …

  • Egg Tofu Vegetables

    Tofu & Egg Cheese Bake

    It looks like a pizza, but the base is a mixture of Tofu and Eggs. It is super easy & quick to prepare. For toppings, you can use whatever you like or you have in hand. It is extremely nutritious, high in protein, carb-free and gluten-free! Why don’t you try it? Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

  • Cold Sweets

    Whipped Cream Custard

    This is a very versatile soft cream that can be used for many dessert, particularly perfect for the trifle. Its softness can be altered by adding less milk or whipped cream for firmer texture. If you want it sweeter, add more sugar. This recipe uses a half of my ‘Basic Custard’, but you can use …

  • Beef Egg Mushrooms

    Beef Mince Omelette

    This is what my mother used to cook for my sisters and me. She often used thinly sliced off-cut beef or pork, but minced meat is easier for me. Today I cooked Onion and Shiitake with mince, but you can cook whatever you have. When I was a little girl, it was such a fun …

  • Baked & Fried Rice Egg Pork

    Pork & Egg Fried Rice

    I am going to share a simple but very versatile ‘Spring Onion & Garlic Sauce’. To make the sauce, you need five ingredients that are Spring Onion, Garlic, Sesame Oil, Salt and White Pepper. Depending on the dish you use the sauce for, you can add Vinegar, Lemon/Lime Juice, Sesame Seeds, Soy Sauce or Chilli …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Croissant Pudding

    Old and dry croissant works better than freshly baked ones, so those on sale because there are at end of shelf life are perfect for this recipe. You can make a large pudding using a pie dish, but I use four 10cm ramekins for individual serve. Before baking, microwave the puddings for a few minutes …

  • Other Soup

    Bacon Egg & Tomato Soup

    ‘Bacon, Egg & Cheese’ is often said the greatest combination. I agree, but I think ‘Bacon, Egg & Tomato’ is also a great combination. This soup can be made in a few minutes and tastes much better than the instant cup soups, so stop buying instant soups and try this soup! Makes 2 Servings Ingredients …

  • Baked & Fried Rice Egg

    Egg Fried Rice

    I am writing this recipe for my son and daughter. When they were young, I cooked this Egg-only fried rice quite often because they asked me to cook it. They say it was one of their favourites and they are still fond of it. I always use dried Chopped Chives for this dish, and another …

  • Other Soup

    Creamed Corn & Egg Soup

    Don’t buy instant cup soups. Try to make by yourself and find out it is actually easy to make. This is one of the quickest & easiest soups I know. Yet it is nutritious and surely warms you up. I sometimes add rice to it or pour this soup over rice. So delicious… Makes 4 …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    My Egg Tarts

    I love Portuguese Egg Tarts. When I tried it for the first time at a local community market, I fell in love with it instantly. I wanted to make them by myself. I found many different recipes and methods on the internet, and I still don’t know which one is the best. So I decided …

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    Steamed Savoury Custard

    I recently went to a Korean restaurant with my family and my husband and children enjoyed a steamed egg dish as well as BBQ. The steamed egg dish was similar to Japanese ‘Chawanmushi’ (Savoury Custard Soup) but texture was firmer. Surprisingly there was nothing in it and it was just steamed savoury custard. My family …

  • Clear Soup Egg Mushrooms

    Egg & Enoki Soup

    Easter holidays are gone and now it is getting cold in Melbourne. Hot soup is appreciated for dinner. Egg Soup is everyone’s favourite. When you add whisked egg into hot soup, egg is instantly cooked and comes up to the surface. If the soup is slightly thickened by adding a small amount of starch, the …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Just Spinach & Eggs

    My very first cooking class was in the fifth grade. We cooked ‘Sautéed Spinach’ and ‘Boiled Eggs’. ‘Scrambled Eggs’ is actually easier than ‘Boiled Eggs’. To keep the colour of the scrambled eggs, cook Eggs and Spinach separately. After they are combined gently and placed on a plate, drizzle the sauce over instead of mixing …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Fruit

    Pear & Custard Tart

    When I find some pears in the fruit basket getting very soft, I always make them into ‘Pear Upside-down Cake‘. But I recently discovered this custard tart is another good dessert to use up the softened pears. This is almost identical to my ‘Banana & Custard Tart‘. Pears can be replaced by peaches, cherries, apples …

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