cooking made easy for working moms

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Hi working moms! Anyone would like to share brilliant ideas about cooking for your family after a long-day at work? I hope not only to be productive and efficient but really to cook wonderful (tasty & healthy) meals for my loved ones!

Contributions from dads and children are most welcome too! ^^

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Hi working moms! Anyone would like to share brilliant ideas about cooking for your family after a long-day at work? I hope not only to be productive and efficient but really to cook wonderful (tasty & healthy) meals for my loved ones!

Contributions from dads and children are most welcome too! ^^

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Posted on 17/03/2016

Sharing one of my favourite Asian food cooking channel (By Angel Wong) : https://www.youtube.com/user/angelwongskitchen/videos

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Posted on 13/11/2015

Go to food.com

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    • November 16, 2015 6:04 pm
    The food recipes at food.com look so good. Thanks Abraham. Will try out something this weekend!
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Posted on 04/11/2015

@amethyst, I tried that too! But it was a failure, not so crispy. In the end, realised that it would be better to add in alittle oil to get it crispy. Gonna try it for next year CNY too! :)

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Posted on 02/11/2015

Wow looks yummy! I shall try it too! Agree with @enlargingborders that air frying is really useful. But I haven’t tried air frying ‘proper food’. I’ve tried air frying ‘fake’ crab meat though. It makes a really good snack! Quick & easy – Just peel the crab meat into several slices and put it into the air fryer. Many people have that as a Chinese New Year goodie too!

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Posted on 30/10/2015

I saw a mummy posted this at her blog. She done this for her girl and I guessed the adults will love it too.
I hope I have time to try them out too..

https://thehootingpost.wordpress.com/2015/05/27/mashed-potato-recipe/

https://thehootingpost.wordpress.com/2014/11/26/fancy-a-savoury-muffin-recipe/

https://thehootingpost.wordpress.com/2015/01/14/mini-rosti-for-the-little-one/

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Posted on 14/10/2015

I am really considering to take up a course at Sunrice Academy in Singapore to learn cooking! I can’t cook anything more than noodles, porridge and eggs lol. Anyone have any experience there or know of anyone who is taking courses there?

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Posted on 08/10/2015

A suggestion : what about cooking with your kids over the weekends?

this website is quite cool (though it’s aussie)

http://www.kidspot.com.au/kitchen/occasions/cooking-with-kids

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Posted on 28/09/2015

I chanced upon this blog (http://wokkingmum.blogspot.sg), her dishes look so good!

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Posted on 21/09/2015

Personally, i like this website. It’s ang-moh dishes but my kids like =)

http://www.momswhothink.com/easy-recipes/easy-recipes.html

(i don’t try to cook local dishes at home. … after all can easily ta-bao and more tasty than home cook local dishes!)

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Posted on 16/09/2015

Hi Empty Nest
i personally find this interesting and useful!

Super Healthy Kids is an online resource for parents who are looking for ideas, recipes, and tips for feeding their kids healthier and living better.
We love making fruits and vegetables fun, simple, and delicious http://www.superhealthykids.com

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Posted on 25/07/2015

Some tips from my American and Canadian friends will be to cook in bulb and then deep freeze them. That’s how they can quickly whip up a party from their selection of frozen food. For those with babies, you can also deep freeze baby porridge in ice cube trays, and defrost a cube or two for each baby’s meal. Da-ta!

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Posted on 24/07/2015

Do you happen to have an air fryer? Quick, easy and healthy way to fix many different types of food and can replace deep-frying, pan frying and baking. If I could bring one back to my university with me I would. 

- It works really well for fish (in my household, we like to cook salmon in the air-fryer). One complaint some people have with air fryers is that the food still doesn’t taste as good as oil-fried foods, but fish already has a lot of natural and nutritious oil on its own.

- It also works well for heating up frozen foods: meat, dumplings, pastries, etc. Much better than microwaving.

- It can even be used to make muffins and such!

Hotpot-style soup / soup noodles are also great! Throw lots of different things together in a pot with a meat- or vegetable-based broth, add some bawang goreng, and you’re set! ;)

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    • July 28, 2015 10:27 pm
    Woohoo! Thanks! Really good tips! Yes! I have an air fryer! Have not tried cooking salmon and muffin in it though … frozen salmon steak or fresh & marinated?
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    • February 2, 2016 4:45 am
    Thank you! I think I’ll look at the air fryers fixedly. I haven’t got one yet, but I am looking for them for some time.
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