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After my dining experience at Robert Timms, I have decided to try my hands on paper bag recipes.

Paper Bag Thai Style Chicken

Paper bag recipes originated from France and it used practically no oil just fresh ingredients and steam the food in the oven with well.. It’s own juices so the food will comes out succulent and juicy, not counting how healthy it is too. 🙂

Paper Bag Thai Style Chicken

You can of course use aluminum foil but it is not good to use with acidic food and also your food can end up with a little metallic taste, so do stick with baking paper if possible 🙂

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As I still have the remaining pesto from pesto spaghetti and the beer can chicken left in my fridge, I decided to cook up something that can help me clear off these remaining  sauces.

Thai Basil Pork Burger & Pesto Chicken Burger Recipes

And as it is the weekend, I wanted to make something easy to munch on and not heavy and even better if my son can also eat it too, so I can hit two birds with one stone 🙂

Thai Heritage Minced Lemongrass

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During my visit to check out some new products in the supermarket, I saw this small selection of cooking paste by Thai Heritage.

I love Thai food, and since my first taste of Thai fresh basil, I was totally head over heels with this wonderful underrated herbs from The Land of Smiles.

Thai Heritage Spicy Garlic & Chilli stir fry sauce

So when I see these wonderful spices of Thai Basil stir fry and spicy garlic thai basil stir fry, and also grated lemongrass in the bottle, it felt like  a crime if I didn’t get it. haha..

Thai Heritage Spicy Garlic & Chilli stir fry sauce

 

Besides I have already planned out to try out the beer can chicken recipes that was shown on Strait times just a couple week’s back, and my colleague who already tried this recipe, gave it a 2 thumbs up.

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Categories : Carrefour, Thai, Western
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I am obessed with the prawn toast from Thai Express, and will always order it if I go to there. So far I have not tried out making it myself, and I have always wanted to try it out ever since I read from a kids recipe book about prawn toast. 🙂 

Quick & Simple Prawn Toast Recipe

Prawn toast is a very quick and simple recipe, you can use just pure prawn as the main ingredients or you can also mix it some minced pork or chicken to give it more bite. 🙂

Quick & Simple Prawn Toast Recipe
This time round, I wanted to try on my $10 dicer from OG, to see if I can diced everything up beautifully using this. 

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Categories : Thai
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On off, once every few weeks, our family will have this cravings for some sweet, sour and spicy soup and Tom Yum Soup fits the bill perfectly. 🙂

dancing chef tom yum soup

It is easy to cook, yet you can have it with just white rice, or noodles, or even just indulge a little on its own. After trying out Dancing Chef pineapple fried rice, we also decided to explore a little more and try out some other sauces and spices they have under the Dancing Chef brand and decided to pair them out. 🙂

dancing chef tom yum soup

Ingredients we have includes :

  • Dancing Chef Tom Yum Paste x 1

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Recently I have this keen interest in making rice dishes and few months back, someone mentioned to me about cooking pineapple rice and how simple it can be.

As I have never tried cooking this dish before, sound like something that I love – one pan cooking 🙂 & from recommendation, I bought my first Dancing Chef pineapple rice sauce. 🙂

dancing chef pineapple fried rice

Of course as usual I will tweak the recipe a little to suit my family and this time I added some ingredients that most of us like. It will be nice to cook from scratch, but I really do not mind to pay just over $1 to get a packet of spices or sauces to make my life easier too. 🙂
dancing chef pineapple fried rice

When it comes to pineapple rice, there need to be a concentration of flavours, and has to be a melange of sourness, sweetness and spice. A balance between the savory part which is the meat, shrimps and even pork floss and the sweet part which is pineapple, raisins. Of course the crunch from the cashews will give it an extra bite. 🙂

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