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Chinese Restaurant Style Sweet Corn Chicken Soup

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This is the ultimate comfort food for Sherine when her braces are tightened. Every month, the braces are tightened and it will hurt for the next 3 days. Because of the pain, she will not be able to eat any food that is too hard. It's time for her favourite Chinese restaurant style sweet corn chicken soup again. The soup is amazingly easy to make and very tasty. Ingredients Quarter a large yellow or white onion 100g Chicken Breast (roughly chopped into 2 large pieces) 1.5 TBSP of Thermomix made chicken stock powder (adjust according to how salty your stock powder...

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Thermomix TM5 is launching soon in Singapore !

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Be the first to watch the new Thermomix TM5 - Book a demo  If you are already a Thermomix owner, prebook your new Thermomix TM5.  Shipping in June, units will be limited initially. Prebook your Thermomix TM5 Thermomix TM5 from Vorwerk is a unique all-in-one kitchen appliance that will enhance the way you cook - making healthy eating more possible than ever - by helping to unlock your full culinary potential while saving you money, time and effort. Its compact design takes up only slightly more surface area on the worktop than an A4-sized sheet of paper, yet packs enormous...

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How to cook Mee Siam from scratch

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Another bottom-up request I had to entertain. But this is quite a challenge for me as I hardly ever eat Mee Siam (I think I've tasted maybe at most 3x in my life - I don't remember eating Mee Siam completely as a meal ever....)  Shoot... how does a good Mee Siam taste like ?  I did a quick poll with my friends on Whatsapp - I had answers like spicy and sour; salty, spicy & sour lemony; and one replied "..a perfect blend of sourness, saltiness, and spiciness.." Dah ? Anyhow, I did not want to cheat by using...

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How to make moist and not too sweet banana cake

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I have always love banana cakes but cannot help but feel guilty when eating store bought ones which can be very oily and overly sweet. From a non-baker (someone who cannot bake) to one that almost bakes daily, I think it's time to challenge myself again. The kids are getting sick of my many variations of butter, sponge and cheese cakes.  Surprisingly simple, it took me less than half an hour to get the cake into the oven. Ingredients 3 ripe bananas, peeled 80 g raw brown sugar (the original recipe called for 150g caster sugar) 150 g butter, room temperature 2 large...

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How to make your own mayonnaise

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I have become more aware of the chemicals added into the production process of packaged food after one of the kids is diagnosed a mild case of ADHD.  We were told to avoid food additives as they are common ADHD/ADD aggravating culprits.  Making my own mayonnaise means Kayla will not eat food colouring, emulsifier, preservatives, flavour enhancer, stabilizer that may trigger her allergies and hyperactivity.   Surprisingly easy to make, it took me less than 10 minutes to make a jar of mayo.  I forgot to take a picture immediately, the picture below is leftover mayo after 3 days - less...

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