Cat and the fiddle cake mooncake taste test~ Did the cow jumped over the moon?

I have always been seeing people posting about cat and the fiddle cakes cheesecake. Well mooncake festival is nearing, and everyone is posting about mooncakes now. So out of all the posts on mooncakes, this stood out to me with its packaging and cute mooncakes. There's a very cute cat on the mooncake. I guess it is because of the brand. The packaging is about a cow jumping over the moon and the cats are looking at it. I was inspired to change the background into a gorgeous blue galaxy to match the packaging. Um.... coz i not famous so i bought this myself. >.> you can order it here

The moon cake does break apart easily. I tried cutting it into quarters for easy sharing. This is unlike normal mooncake coz of the savoury taste. Although the strawberry and chocolate flavor contains alcohol, i couldn't taste it in the mooncake. The taste of the truffle also not very strong too. The chocolate and cookies & cream stood out to me because of the strong individual taste. The chocolate core does provide a different kind of texture to your tastebuds. 
  1. Blueberry: Blueberry Cream Cheese and Lotus Paste with White Chocolate and Dried Cranberry Truffle (2 pieces)
  2. Cookies & Cream: Oreo Cream Cheese and Lotus Paste with Dark Chocolate Truffle (2 pieces)
  3. Strawberry: Strawberry Cream Cheese and Lotus Paste with Mint and White Chocolate Martini Truffle (2 pieces)
  4. Chocolate: Chocolate Cream Cheese and Lotus Paste with Orange Vodka and Dark Chocolate Truffle (2 pieces)

Meals inspired by Jamie Oliver Videos

1) Was inspired by Jamie Oliver's video on how to make the perfect scrambled egg to make this breakfast. You can watch the video Here. What's in this Muji bowl is 2 pieces of ham, baby portobello mushrooms, cheese sausages, heinz baked beans and english style scrambled eggs. 

2) Sorry, i've been watching too many videos by Jamie Oliver. hahaha. Here's my take on his classic carbonara. It is really easy to make~ You can follow his recipe here here. The recipe is so simple as well. :)

3) Here's another carbonara from Jamie Oliver. This one is unlike the previous one with the use of butter. You can follow his recipe here.

What I eat in a day! Big Breakfast, Kimchi Fried Rice and Curry Udon~

1) I was inspired by some instagrammers to create a breakfast like this. There's corn, baby portobello mushroom, cherry tomatoes, baked beans, bratwurst sausage and a fried egg in the middle. I cooked the corn, mushrooms and tomatoes with balsamic sauce coz anything with that is yummmyyyyy.

2) Korean Kimchi Fried Rice. I had left over kimchi so i decided to make fried rice. This is something i have never tried before. You can add in more ingredients such as corn and mushrooms if you want and cook it with the luncheon meat. This was inspired by Kimchi and Spam Fried Rice Recipe

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Korean Kimchi Fried Rice
  • 1 cup Cooked rice
  • 1/4 packet Kimchi
  • 1 small can Luncheon Meat
  • 2 teaspoons Asian Fish Sauce
  • 1 teaspoon Sesame Oil
  • 1 Fried Egg

  1. Cook 1 cup of rice in a rice cooker. 
  2. Place kimchi in a bowl with the juice. 
  3.  Heat the oil on the pan and cook the luncheon meat, until brown and crispy. 
  4.  Add the kimchi next and cook for about 4 minutes. 
  5.  Add more oil into the pan and add the rice in. Toss to combine. 
  6.  Pour the kimchi juice in. Add the fish sauce and sesame oil. 
  7.  Top with a fried egg and ready to serve.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1

3) Japanese Curry Udon. This was inspired by Curry Udon

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Japanese Curry Udon
  • 1 Curry cube
  • 2 Baby Corn
  • A few Prawn Wonton
  • 1 Sausage
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 pack Udon
  • 1 stem Chopped Spring Onion
  • 1.5 cup Soup Stock

  1. Heat the oil in a medium saucepan, add the sausage and baby corn and fry gently on low heat. 
  2. Add the soup stock and bring to boil. Add the wonton and reduce to medium heat. 
  3. Add the curry roux in pieces. Bring back to boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for 5 minutes. Stir constantly to avoid burning the sauce. 
  4. Bring 2l of water to boil in a pan, boil the udon noodles for 3 minutes then drain. 
  5. Serve the udon with the curry in a bowl, garnished with spring onions.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1

Sin Kee Seafood Soup 鲜记海鲜汤

It was a school holiday yesterday coz its teacher's day. I went to Sin Kee Seafood Soup (鲜记海鲜汤) for lunch. I had to walk to the woodlands temporary interchange to take a bus to this place. It was a long walk from my workplace to the interchange and the weather is scorching hot. 

I ordered the set that comes with crayfish and dory fish. $10.50 for one extra half of a crayfish and more dory fish as compared to the Khatib one. The soup taste normal leh and was not as rich. The soup i have tasted so far had a red hue to the soup but this one doesn't have that.  The crayfish and dory fish was really fresh though. Was seriously a bit disappointed coz all good reviews on Burpple. In fact, i find that the one at Shun Feng Crayfish Delight is so so much better but than this one got extra crayfish. T_T Anyways, it is worth a try but then would eat Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh (宏记砂锅肉骨茶) next time coz located in same coffee shop. 

Address: 19 Marsiling Lane
#01-329 Teo Chap Bee Eating House
Singapore 730019
Opening Hours: Tues - Sun 10.30am - 8.30pm
Closed on Monday

Pablo Original Cheese Tarts Taste test!

We celebrated Teacher's Day yesterday! Happy Teacher's Day to everyone~ As it is teacher's day, we always have a celebratory lunch for everyone outside and we all get to go back earlier. I took this chance to go to Wisma Atria to get the super hyped cheese tarts in Singapore which originated from Osaka. I wonder why i did not eat this while i was in Osaka. >.> Anyways, we can enjoy only the "medium" version of the cheese tart here, like in other overseas outlets of Pablo. I ordered the The original cheese tart which costs $15. Two other flavors, the matcha cheese tart with shiratama mochi and azuki or red beans; and the chocolate cheese tart, cost $18 each. 

As stated above, i have not tried the original one in Japan. However, the ones sold in Singapore boasts crispy crusts and a very soft cheesy fillings. The top is glazed with apricot jam. The queue was surprisingly short when i was there. Probably less than 10 people? It is worth a try for people who have not tried the ones sold in Japan. 

Address: Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, 435 Orchard Road #01-02/38, Singapore 238877
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm daily

Jia Xiang Nasi Lemak 家香椰浆饭 - Blue Nasi Lemak Rice?

So we had one week of #feedthethem where we post about Nasi Lemak so i googled what are the best ones out there, but of cos i post about the one i had at Toa Payoh Food Centre (Blk 75) . I had the chance again to visit this on my off day but then i couldn't find it. LOL. Nevermind. I went home and ordered through uberEATS. As you can see most of the rice is blue because of butterfly pea flower and it is all natural. There is a strong pandan flavor in the rice though. It comes with a fried chicken drumstick, peanuts and ikan bilis, fried egg and vegetables. The chicken was obviously over fried cos the fried chicken skin is dark in color. Um.. other than that there is nothing special...other than the instagram worthy rice. Is it Worth the shot?  

Address: 114 Lavender Street (CT Hub 2)
338729 Singapore
Opening Hours: Weekdays and Saturday 8am to 3pm

Shun Feng Crayfish Delight - Not another seafood soup store?

Is this a trend? Lots of similar stores selling seafood soup are popping out everywhere!! This one is at Khatib and is near to the MRT Station so i decided to pop by and give it a shot. There is a short queue of not more than 10 people but there is a long wait. I guess it is not easy to make it bowl by bowl and also this helps to maintain the standard of the soup. 

I ordered the Crystal Crayfish Delight which cost $6. You can order the $10 if you have more than 1 people sharing. Queued for so long for this and it is so worth it~ the soup is however not as rich as the sumo big prawn. They sliced the crayfish into halves for you and it can be easily removed from the shells. There are also marinated handmade meatballs inside, tomatoes, fish slices and tofu. You have a choice to add either rice or crystal Hor fun. I suggest you choose the latter coz it is so yummy. I also read that the Mackerel Slices Delight ($7) had a much sweeter taste. Maybe that is what i will try next. 

Address: 848 Yishun Street 81
Stall 5 Broadway Kopitiam
Singapore 760848
Opening Hours: 11am - 11pm daily

#DINNERGOALS Korean Chili Powder Recipes

1) I have been struggling to finish up the big pack of Korean Chili powder i gotten to make army stew. Been googling on any possible good recipes that i can make to utilise them, and i stumble upon this. I have no scallions and i do not know how to make that perfect googly yolk at the center but i can make do without those! ^^ I love that the sauce became this thick red mixture and is not spicy. It compliments the udon very well. 

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Kimchi Udon
  • 5 tablespoons Unsalted butter, divided
  • 1/2 cup Chopped kimchi, plus ⅓ cup kimchi juice
  • 2 tablespoons Gochujang (Korean hot pepper paste)
  • 1/2 cup Low-sodium chicken broth
  • 1 pack Udon Noodles
  • 1/4 cup Luncheon Meat and Enoki Mushrooms
Heat 2 Tbsp. butter in a large skillet over medium-high. Add chopped kimchi and gochujang and cook, stirring occasionally, until kimchi is softened and lightly caramelized, about 4 minutes. Add broth and kimchi juice and bring to a simmer. Cook until liquid is slightly reduced, about 3 minutes. 
Meanwhile, boil noodles according to package directions.
Using tongs, transfer noodles to skillet and add remaining 3 Tbsp. butter; cook, tossing often, until sauce coats noodles, about 2 minutes.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1

2) I came across this recipe for Spicy Korean Soft Tofu Stew (Soondubuchigae) next! Quite easy to make and i tweaked it abit to include gochujang as i have left over from the Kimchi Udon. For the soup base, i added lobster broth instead so the soup has a sweet taste at first and spicy aftertaste. I also made udon to go with the soup. I should probably eat that with rice, but oh well. XD

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Spicy Korean Tofu Stew (Soondubuchigae)
  • 2 tbsp Red Pepper Powder
  • 2 cups Lobster broth
  • 1 packet Silken tofu
  • 2 tbsp Soy sauce
  • 1 Potato
  • 1/4 cup Enoki Mushrooms
  • 1/4 cup Kimchi
  • 1 tbsp Gochujang
Mix the soy sauce, Red Pepper Powder and gochujang together. Add the lobster broth to the pot with around 2 cups of water. Bring to a simmer.Add the potato, enoki mushrooms, kimchi and the sauce mixture and simmer for around 10 minutes. Add soft tofu and return to simmer.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1


1) I went to Daiso recently and got this Nabe soup pack. Decided to make some soup to go with rice. 1 pack can serve 2-3 people depends on how much ingredients you put in it? Mine's just enough for 2! I have broccoli, chicken, baby corn, baby carrots, white and brown enoki mushroom, and shiitake mushrooms. It is also quite easy to make this soup. You basically out the ingredients into a pot and pour the soup in until all ingredients are cooked. I also added tamago furikake on my rice. 

2) I still have a lot of Gochugaru left so i decided to make korean Budae Jjigae (Army Stew) with rice! Use a small bowl for the sauce and mix everything together. 
For the sauce, you need :
  • 1 tablespoon hot pepper paste
  • 2 tablespoons hot pepper flakes
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 2 tablespoons water
You then add your ingredients into around 2.5 cups of chicken stock. You can gauge how much you need from how many people you are serving. Put the sauce in and cover with lid until everything is cooked. I think this is the last of my japanese rice. Not sure what i would make next though. 

Cream buns from Hattendo Cafe & Nasi Lemak

1) Hattendo Cafe. I like the melon bun 🍞 more than the normal one. The pastry is so crispy and much preferred as compared to the pillowy soft bun. The melon bun is $3 each and the normal cream buns are $2.50 each. I thought i should get both kinds to try. I have the matcha, custard cream and chocolate flavour. I wouldn't say they are the best cream buns that I have had but they're good.

Address: 7 Wallich Street
#01-05 Tanjong Pagar Centre
Singapore 078884
Opening Hours: Mon -Fri 10am - 9pm
Sat - Sun 11am - 8pm

2) Toa Payoh Food Centre (Blk 75) Nasi Lemak. I have not eaten many of this fish in my life but Wow this Nasi lemak is nice~ the Pandan rice is so good. Very fragrant and the Pandan taste and smell is so strong. It served with an egg, chicken wing and ikan bilis. I added Extra sausage and crab stick in Chili sauce. Tpy always have such hidden gems. 😍😍