Yan makes 5-minute berry yummy Greek yoghurt brekkie

My usual staple breakfast happen to be omelette paired with salad, so to switch things up I decided to have Greek yoghurt! I stumbled upon a local business selling delicious looking granola so I bought one to give it a try. It's super quick and easy to make and only took me less than 5... Continue Reading →

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Yan’s emergency Japanese Kare Raisu to survive the day

Today is one of those days, where things didn't go as planned and I didn't have a car to drive out from home. I had only half a carrot, a slice of cheese, two onions, a piece of chicken breast and some left over rice so I decided to make myself a convenient pot of... Continue Reading →

Yan’s nutritious breakfast

I used to always have the impression that I never have time to make my own healthy breakfast, but came to realize that it doesn't take very long to prepare one at all! I also used to have the wrong impression of what's a healthy breakfast due to marketing. I used to think drinking orange... Continue Reading →

White cheddar and apple salad

Shanine’s creation: One of my own creations. I am a huge cheese lover and  I love experimenting with different types of cheese. White cheddar goes very well with apple. Tofu is my fav- you can substitute tofu with other ingredients if you don't like tofu. The sauce goes with this salad perfectly. Sauce: 2 teaspoons... Continue Reading →

Passion fruit curd

I had a bunch of passion fruit and decided to make some yummy curd. I love eating it with bread. It's so juicy! For this recipe, I used yellow passion fruit. Yes, there's a difference. There's a yellow type and a purple type of passion fruit. With the yellow type, you only have to use... Continue Reading →

Yan’s Oyako-don

The "Oyako" from the word Oyako-don means "parent and child", and this refers to using chicken and eggs. The dish is a donburi, or Japanese rice bowl dish in which chicken, eggs, sliced scallions and other ingredients are simmered together in soy sauce and stock, then served on top of rice. It's a comfort meal... Continue Reading →

Dragonpie

Seeing as we're obsessed with Don't Starve Together, Shanine has baked a Dragonpie and it's absolutely beautiful! I thoroughly enjoyed it for supper ❤ 🙂 Ingredients: 1 dragon fruit, skin removed3/4 cup flour1/4 teaspoon salt3/4 teaspoon baking powder2 eggs1 teaspoon vanilla1/2 cup sugar3 Tablespoons melted butter3/4 cup milk Optional garnishes: blackberry sauce, lemon curd, orange... Continue Reading →

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