Gluten Free Cinnamon Sugar Donuts

I love donuts and these donuts are amazing as not only is it baked, but it’s gluten free too! I used to drool over the donut display whenever I passed by Dunkin Donuts or Krispy Kreme. Although I have a sweet-tooth, I do try and control eating sweet stuff as much as possible. So, nothing…

Tofu Curry

Honestly this is a super easy dish to make. I had extra piece of tofu in the fridge and just wanted to do something different instead of my usual tofu sambal and I thought why not make a curry out of it. If you like tofu, do give this a try. Follow me on Instagram…

Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancakes

I love pancakes and I used to make pancakes using any branded ready-mix and just follow the instructions on the packet. But ever since I have been asked to avoid gluten, I have been on the lookout for gluten-free pancakes. I have tried a few varieties, and this is by far the best fluffiest pancakes…

Salmon Patties

If you like salmon, you must try making this dish, preferably using fresh salmon. The salmon is baked first, then mashed and made into patties. You can also use leftover salmon or canned salmon and I’m sure you can also use king fish, but I am yet to try it. Do note that when making…

Dal Karela

This is a typical Pakistani dish. I always liked dal, but not karela (bitter gourd) until now or should I say till I tried this dish from this quaint little restaurant in Dubai. When I had it the first time, I was blown away as you really cannot taste the bitterness from the karela and…

Fried Carrot Cake

Fried Carrot Cake is a very popular local hawker dish and Singaporeans love their fried carrot cake, that’s also known as Chai Tow Kway. It does not contain any carrots and is made from a combination of white radish, rice flour and water, which is then steamed into cakes. I remember mum buying fried carrot…

Tomato Fry

If you love tomatoes, this just may be the one for you. It’s loaded with tomatoes and goes so well with plain white rice or chappati. This was another favourite dish of my friends in the UAE and they used to request for it frequently, together with the tofu sambal and paneer bhurji. It’s really…

Kidz Korner – Milo Cake (back to school treat!)

Milo is a very popular drink in Singapore. It’s chocolate and malt powder mix and can be mixed with hot or cold water or milk. It’s very popular mostly in the neighbourhood roti prata joints, where you can order Milo tower, which is about 2 liters! My little nephew likes Milo a lot. He turned…

Tofu Sambal

Tofu or most commonly known here as Tauhu, is bean curd and I may have mentioned before that I love tofu in almost any form. Besides the paneer burji, tofu sambal used to be the most requested dish my office colleagues in the UAE used to ask me to make. When they tried it for…

Gluten Free Devil’s Food Cake with Mocha Buttercream Frosting

This is called Devil’s Food cake as it is a dark, dense, moist cake with more chocolate than a regular chocolate cake and with buttercream frosting that makes this cake sinfully delicious 😊. This cake is also gluten free and honestly, you will not be able to tell the difference! I had tried baking cake…