Hi ladies, welcome to Daily Home Cooks. I know we working mums are crazy hectic and for every minute we spend doing nothing, it is called luxury. As for our corporate sisters, time at home is sacred and would like to spend the least time cooking and more time sleeping. For whatever reasons, we can share our tips to function more productively here. Click here to to find for the basic ingredients we should always stock up at home.
Butter cookies is so classic and versatile. It goes well with tea, coffee and just by itself at any anytime of the day. Whilst some like them melt-in-the-mouth, some like them crispy and crunchy. Today, I will share a super basic crispy cookies that not only taste good, but also pretty long lasting. It can be kept in airtight containers for up to 3 weeks without any preservative.
Chinese New Year is less than a month away. The morning market is now busy with aunties and uncles selling festive food and rare once-a-year delicious snacks. I learnt from mum that the price of these snacks have increased significantly compared to the year before. So to the benefit of our pockets, I am making this simple but pricey snacks. Boy, you will be surprised how well it turned out.
It may sound odd when egg and celery are put together in one sentence. Let's break the monotony with these two very versatile ingredients. Not just that, they are also very healthy and delicious. I have added a Thai twist to these ingredients, which are just perfect to eat with rice. Aromatic, tangy and a little spicy, just what we need on our comfort food days.
Most of us tried the apple and celery blended drink for detox. For that, you would at least need a juicer to make it happen. I am sharing an even easier and yummier recipe made of apples and celery, giving you the best of both worlds, healthy and easy. Click on to find out more.
Crisps are a crunchy and addictive snack. It sits in between cookies and snaps. Not as bodied and filling as cookies and not as thin as snaps. Ideal partner to a hot cup of coffee or tea in the cold evening or to serve at the chitter chatter session with your girlfriends. Super easy to make and tastes awesome with just few easy-to-find ingredients. Click on to impress your guests at the start a brand new year!
It's the last day of 2017 and am sharing the recipe of mashed potatoes. Mashed potatoes is a versatile dish that can be served at many occasions and New Year's Eve party is just one of them. Potatoes are rich in carbohydrate, a nutrient that gives us the satisfied and fulfilling effect of a meal. Here's to another fulfilling recipe to wrap the year with!
Christmas mode is on. The streets and restaurants are packed with people who are shopping for last-minute gifts and looking for special Christmas offerings at restaurants, which are only available at this time of the year. If you are staying at home, it does not mean you are any less Christmas-sy with this very special new recipe that is easy to make and have the magic to glue the family together with the finger-licking good wings.
The Thais are famous for their welcoming smiles and mouth-watering food. Speak of street food, not many countries in the world can offer this much of variety in a single spot. Yes, referring to Bangkok. It was just a short business trip of 4 days, but I am missing authentic Thai food already. This trip, I had the chance of dining on the streets, food courts and the famous restaurant at the shopping malls. Although Tom Yum is a Thai staple, I deliberately avoid it this trip to give way to other Thai specialty. Click on to see my 'report'!
Spaghetti bolognese is one of the Italian's greatest inventions as it is not only easy to cook, but also delicious and healthy. As am not a big fan of Italian herbs, so I made some adjustments to this Italian dish with the ingredients easily found at the local markets where I live sans herbs and cheese.
My family and I went to a local clean-eating concept restaurant and since my daughter would like to have something light, we ordered a chef-recommended bread-salad dish with apple sauce for its dressing. Boy, were we disappointed with the apple sauce! Other than the few pieces of chopped apple bits (more as garnishing than for flavour), there was nothing apple about it. Just syrup with chopped apples. So this weekend, I made my version of apple sauce and it made us vowed not to order the same dish from the restaurant, ever again! Click on to find out how to make your very own authentic apple sauce at home.