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3 sugar-free desserts

3 sugar-free desserts

Created 20 January 2015 12:35 PM | Updated 14 hours ago
Annette Tan - Sugar is bad for you, but the sweet of tooth know it’s completely unrealistic to give up dessert altogether. The compromise: sweet treats that use better-for-you substitutes like honey and agave nectar
Oatmeal chocolate cookies

Oatmeal chocolate cookies

Created 20 January 2015 11:40 AM | Updated Thursday at 4:54 PM
Annette Tan - Easy to bake moist, chewy cookies that happen to also be vegan. Perfect for everyone in the family
Minced chicken salad

Minced chicken salad

Created 1 April 2015 4:25 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - A salad perfect for a warm day: chicken is tossed with lime juice, fish sauce and bean sprouts for a light, crunchy and flavorful bowl
Pineapple fried rice

Pineapple fried rice

Created 1 April 2015 4:16 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - A time-honoured balanced dish of pineapple, raisins, cashew and rice, fried together
Prawns and pumpkin red curry

Prawns and pumpkin red curry

Created 1 April 2015 3:03 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - Adding pumpkin into this creamy prawn red curry brings out a sweeter side of the coconut cream-based dish
Satay with a twist

Satay with a twist

Created 1 April 2015 2:44 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - Sticky grilled pork skewers served with glutinous rice
Pad Thai

Pad Thai

Created 1 April 2015 2:32 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - Thai-style stir-fried noodles. For some extra texture to the regular pad Thai, add chye poh (salt-preserved radish). You will be pleasantly surprised
Spicy Thai fish cakes

Spicy Thai fish cakes

Created 1 April 2015 2:19 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - This fish cake dish from the Land of Smiles is made super easy with these fun, simple steps
Cashew chicken

Cashew chicken

Created 1 April 2015 1:42 PM | Updated 10 Apr 2015
Annette Tan - A flavourful, seedy one-dish meal for the family that bursts with flavour
Cooking made easy with Giant Online

Cooking made easy with Giant Online

Created 14 March 2015 4:50 PM | Updated 13 Apr 2015
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Tuna and potato cutlets

Tuna and potato cutlets

Created 12 March 2015 10:34 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - A great light snack or party appetiser. The addition of tuna to the potatoes add extra texture, nutrition and fluffiness
Prawns aglio olio

Prawns aglio olio

Created 12 March 2015 10:09 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - Prawns add a natural sweetness to this garlicky and spicy classic pasta dish
Salmon en papillote

Salmon en papillote

Created 16 March 2015 2:38 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - One of the easiest methods to prepare salmon is to bag it and bake it. While waiting for the fish to cook, prepare salad
Seared squid with cucumber salad

Seared squid with cucumber salad

Created 16 March 2015 2:21 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - For a refreshing side dish, try this light and simple alternative to the regular salad. Cucumbers are great source for crunchiness, while squid add springy texture
Fried egg noodles

Fried egg noodles

Created 16 March 2015 2:12 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - Egg noodles are light and have a bouncy texture. For this noodle dish, you can add any type of mushrooms available
Steamed cod fish with ginger

Steamed cod fish with ginger

Created 16 March 2015 2:04 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - Skip the sauces and cook fish by steaming it with slices of ginger. A wholesome dish for everyone
Seafood tomato stew

Seafood tomato stew

Created 16 March 2015 1:40 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - Tomatoes are known for their slight sourness, while seafood is a great source for sweetness. This perfect balance of a dish is best eaten with toasted bread
Pan-seared salmon with roasted vegetables

Pan-seared salmon with roasted vegetables

Created 12 March 2015 10:47 AM | Updated 31 Mar 2015
Shen Tan, Madam Tan Consulting - What’s best but prepare a dish that’s filled with vitamins and minerals? Nothing beats a meaty piece of salmon paired with grilled vegetables.