Ayam Pongteh

I used to work in a Peranakan buffet restaurant which is famous for its (sorry) Babi Pongteh. It is a dish using both Malay spices and Chinese style cooking. I have managed to extract out the secret recipe (shh…) and convert it to become the Halal version. There is a halal salted soybean taucu. I…

Stir Fry Oyster Vegetables

You just need a few of these ingredients as staples and you can pair it with any kind of fresh vegetables. Oyster vegetables are always a go-to in Chinese cuisines. Fast to whip up this staple diet in your world. Healthy as well. Good job! 10 mins | Serves 2 250g kailan Step 1: Slice…

Chili Chicken Stuffed Pratas

An extra step to instant food making it an everlasting memory of something so simple to make yet so delicious. Pratas, also known as parathas, are a fave amongst Singaporeans. We can never go wrong with pratas. Most of us eat it with various curries (dhal curry is my favourite), some with sugar but today,…

Char Siew Chicken Rice

This is the recipe for those craving Char Siew Chicken. Anything with this sauce tastes so good, you have to cook it to believe it yourself. For the chicken rice, I just use the Chicken Rice Sauce Mix for me to mix it with my white rice before cooking. Sometimes you gotta go instant for…

Croque Madame

Hit your breakfast up a notch with this all-time classic breakfast set. Croque Madame looks so glamourous however, it is not all that hard to cook. We are also making our own Bechamel sauce which has been considered to be one of the mother sauces of French cuisine. Hence, you can use it for any…

Chicken Gyoza

I love dumplings! Especially gyozas, siew mais and wantons 🤗 (that’s gonna be next on my list) Pan fry at the bottm and steamed on top, there is nothing more satisfying than a gyoza dipped in soya sauce and into your mouth. Remember to eat it whole and embrace the juiciness. 30mins | Serves 6-8…

Homemade Beef Burger

Everyone loves burgers. Be it beef or chicken, we have all had a share in relishing those yummy moments. Enuff said, below is my take on what is a simple homemade that is tasty enough for any soul. As usual, I will introduce the steps first. You may scroll all the way down for the…

Mala Xiang Guo – Szechuan Spicy Stir Fry Vegetables with Beef

In 2019, there was a rave about halal mala hawker stalls in Food Republic, Kopitiam and sorts. Prices could fetch from $18 up to $30 depending on what you choose. I mean, why? Just because its so popular? So I indulge into deep research to make my own Mala to save money and surely, it…

My First Blog Post

Put that emotion in the food, because it’s so much more rewarding down the line. — Gordon Ramsay. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates. This blog is a common ground…

Introduce Myself

Hi there. My name is Wani Madelina. I am an Assistant Manager in a Singapore hotel’s F&B outlet. My love for food has started since I was young. I started my adventure in cooking when I was 22 years old. My hashtag #wanicancook is inspired by Yan Can Cook because I love his shows. Singapore…