One of Korea’s favourite traditional dishes. Stir Fry Sweet Potato Noodle with vegetables. Healthy, low carb and gluten free
Imagine slurping a rich and creamy avocado shake with streaks of chocolate syrup on the inside of the glass, amidst an emerald-hued landscape of rice fields, banana trees and swaying coconut palms. Continue Reading →
Raw Chia Jam is an easy low-sugar alternative to regular jam. 3 Ingredients + 5 minutes. Do you have 5 minutes to spare?
3 ingredients and 5 minutes. That is all you need for the easiest jam recipe ever with much lower sugar level compared to regular jam. You are in control of what goes into your chia jam, as well as the type of sweetener to use.
Fresh Fruits Crumble – an absolutely genius recipe to enjoy the heavenly seasonal fruits.
Fresh fruits platter for dessert. That’s what most Chinese community including myself grew up with. Easy, light, sweet and yummy… In my humble opinion, a fresh fruits platter makes a great dessert or snack. But the western community seems to be puzzled with our idea of dessert. “Here you go, cut apples for your dessert”. That wouldn’t go too well to impress your guests, would it?
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Mak Kimchi (Quick Cabbage Kimchi) – the spicy addictive Korean dish that you must absolutely try, with a dose of natural probiotics
After my 1st attempt at making kimchi with bok choy, I kinda become hooked. Actually Norbert loves it more than I do. We’ll eat it with everything from fried rice, noodle soups to pancakes, onigizaru, and, of course, straight out of the jar. This traditional Korean dish creates the healthy bacteria, Lactobacillus (the source of probiotics), during the fermentation process. When we eat fermented foods, it is almost like taking probiotic supplements, except it is delicious and far less expensive. Continue Reading →