Category Archives: Snacks for kids

  1. Panda Rice Balls

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    August 11, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    To attract my kid to eat his lunch, I have to crack my brains to think of ways to decorate …
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  2. Fried Carrot Cake

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    June 30, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Singaporeans call it carrot cake but it is not made from carrot.. This “cake” is actually made from white radish. You can refer to the recipe of Law Pak Ko for making of the radish cake (meaning you have to omit those shrimps, sausage in the ingredients). Alternatively, you can just buy the radish cake off the shelf. Overall, it is pretty easy to stir fry the carrot cake if you are not making your own radish cake. :p Of course, I strongly believe that if you make your own radish cake, the taste will be much better.

  3. Steamed Chicken Wings

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    June 23, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Steaming any type of food is always the fastest way to prepare a decent dish (my personal opinion). All I …
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  4. Scrambled eggs

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    June 10, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Scrambled eggs seem easy to make. But I have attempted it many times and most of the time, it ended up overcooked. So finally I manage to get it right! 🙂

  5. Pan fried Mee Suah

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    March 10, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    I saw a Taiwanese variety show which introduced this dish. That sparked my interest. My kid loved mee suay and hope he will like a different taste of mee suay. After I googled in the net, I found that this dish is a very authentic Taiwanese food. The ingredients used are very simple and easy to obtain. It just takes me around 20 minutes to cook the whole dish.

  6. Golden Lollipop Chicken

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    January 29, 2017 by mummumskitchen

    Happy Rooster Year!! I did not prepare this dish during this Chinese New Year but it is certainly one of the dishes that you can consider to make during this festive period (especially it is a year of Rooster!) I will say the most difficult part to do is the deboning process. The rest is just normal deep frying. One needs to be more patient when deboning. The first few “lollipop” I made does not look like a lollipop. But practice makes perfect! After deboning a few times, the “lollipop” gets better.

  7. Turmeric Chicken Chop

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    November 11, 2016 by mummumskitchen

    This is the marvelous mummy’s ability – to cook up a dish with whatever that is leftover in the fridge. …
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