Beetroot, pumpkin and rucola salad. Warm summer salad to enjoy with a glass of cold drink!
fettuccine with tomato sauce. Classic tomato sauce with lots of basil and cheese, enjoy!!
Mango chia seed pudding. Easy and healthy dessert and it's filing you up too! Mix chiaseed and coconut milk with a little bit of honey, shake well until they are combined, leave in the fridge overnight. Top up with favourite fruits and enjoy!
Rucolaavocadosmoked salmon salad
dragon fruit smoothie. Something quick and healthy to start the day? This exotic fruit is so tasty and bright in colour. Add some other filling fruits like banana or avocado and top up with granola...Goodness in a bowl!!
couscous and honey chicken.
Chocolate fruit and nut tart. Perfect chocolate dessert for chocolate lovers! Use pre-made pastry or home-made pastry, it's up to you. Go go chocolate!!
Chocolate brownie. Classic dessert for everyone! The gooey-er the brownie the tastier it is. Who can resist chocolate anyway?!
Chinese sweet and spicy pork. Want to try something different? This stew like dish is quite easy to make. Rich in Chinese five spice flavor and a little bit of chili kick, this dish is can be an easy weekend dinner idea. Serve with rice and crispy pork crackling, yum!!!
Classic Carrot cake for dessert. The combination of cinnamon, raisins and walnuts gives this classic cake a more defined texture and it tastes great too! Adjust the sweetness level of the icing to your choice.
Banana chocolate cake. Quick and easy dessert when you have overripe bananas. Adjust the sugar level and add your favorite bits like chunks of chocolate, raisins, nuts, etc.
Pasta with pesto. Thinly sliced potato and broccoli stalk and head, sounds a little bit unusual but it makes it really creamy and moist. Serve with fresh basil and Parmesan cheese.
Warm soto ayam for rainy day. Serve with rice and sambal (chili sauce).
Potato and green salad to serve with your leftover chicken. Yummy...
Vegetables stew with lovely dumplings. Serve your stew with this easy homemade dumplings, yumm...