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Home Town: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Living In: Timis, Romania
Member Since: Mar. 2008
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Lemony Steamed Fish
This can beat the Chinese restaurant steamed fish! I used a steamer instead of oven. I added 2 tablespoons of white vinegar, honey and tomato, and steamed the fish with all ingredients for 20 minutes. It turned out fantastic! The gravy is just good for the rice, everybody loved it! It's simple, healthy and delicious!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 31, 2008
Delicious Ham and Potato Soup
I'd tried this for today's breakfast, as we prefer to have something healthy in the morning. In the beginning I thought this soup would be something just ordinary until I added in the milk mixture. It turned out extraordinary and tasted excellent! The milk and parsley do play important roles in this recipe. Don't leave them out! The only thing I will be cautious is to first mix the flour with a little bit of cold water until it is well blended, then mix with the melted butter, and then follow by the milk (This way the soup would be smoother). Thanks for this easy and wonderful recipe!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 31, 2008
Deep Dish Brownies
I did this brownies today, for the first time. As other reviwers suggested, I omitted 1 egg and the baking powder. I used 24g of Vanilla Sugar (I ran out of the essance) and had reduced the white sugar as well as the butter. In the beginning I melted the butter, but was little worried if I mixed the eggs (and the flour) into the warm melted butter (I heated the butter) would somehow alter the texture, so I let it chilled until it reached the room temparature and then blended everything together. I think next time I will just use out-from-the-fridge butter, it worked fine in my previous baking experience. It was baked for 40 mins, heavenly smell and and tasted very rich in chocolate! I added some banana slices on top of the brownies, for some extra sweet and fruity taste. They were finished just in a few minutes once were out from the oven. Totally NOT enough for a family of 4! I don't have to buy from the supermarkets anymore since I can bake such delicious brownies so fast and easily! Perfect for high-tea!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 30, 2008

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