Baked Sweet Potato Fries Recipe

January 11, 2012 by Shannon Lim-de Rooy | 16 Comments

If you’re craving a high-fat and salty treat like deep-fried French fries, try this healthier baked sweet potato fries recipe. Baked sweet potato fries are much lower in fat than a deep-fried version and are very quick to prepare. These easy Low-Fat Baked Sweet Potato Fries got me so addicted to sweet potatoes and it’s a much simpler version of my other favourite – Roasted Sweet Potato Stacks. Kids will love these as well. Even my man who does not like snacking could not stop munching these fries that I bake for myself. Continue Reading →

Papaya Boat

August 13, 2011 by Shannon Lim-de Rooy | 0 comments

We Malaysians are blessed with abundance of local tropical fruits, especially this time of year (June-August). I usually just eat the fruits as it is. Recently I have this realisation – Why not incorporate the fruits in my cooking and be creative with it.. So this is my first of my many FRUITY post to come..

Papaya is very common in my fruit diet and my mama would bring papaya from my grandparent’s house (they have 2 trees) whenever she visit me. I adapted this recipe from Allrecipes.com – Papaya stuffed with yogurt, raisins, fruits and walnuts. I am glad that I have the ingredients (always have a tub of homemade yoghurt in my fridge) and super easy to whip up – only takes me not more than 5 minutes. I used the fresh fig that I bought recently, actually any soft fruits would also do – like banana. I won’t even call this a recipe because it’s just mix & eat. Continue Reading →