Salted caramel double choc cookies

Hold on to your socks ladies and gents because this one will have you salivating at the mere reading of this recipe. I’m pretty proud of this one, since I made up my own recipe using the 1:2:3 cookie ratio (sugar:fat:flour), and they turned out absolutely perfect. Despite a relatively humble beginning, these babies have…

Summer rolls

In commemoration of Tet/Vietnamese new year coming up in 2 weeks, and me, myself, coming from Vietnamese heritage, here’s one for your recipe book that never fails to please the crowd. The great thing about summer rolls (which, just to clarify, are traditional rice-paper spring rolls before they get fried) is that you can make…

Speedy bagel breakky

Really nothing very fancy here. Simply four ingredients that come together like a beautifully tuned orchestral explosion on your tastebuds. With the crunch and chewiness of the bagel, the creaminess and zing of the toppings, and the freshness of the garnish, this speedy breakfast (or lunch, you decide) has it all. Here’s what your going…

Avo-cucumber salsa

This has got to be one of the tastiest, quickest dips to make and has quickly become one of my favourites. Plus, everything is green and therefore by the laws of All Things Green it must be healthy too! This one’s a nice alternative to guacamole, or when you can’t be bothered to wait for your avocados to…

Thai-inspired “pot noodle”

Despite being called a “pot noodle”, this dish has no resemblance whatsoever to a pot noodle, other than it takes about 5 minutes to knock up. And there are noodles in it. Duh. This Thai-inspired noodle dish came from my favourite internet-food-guys, Sorted Food, in particular this recipe x, which I adjusted according to what I could…