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User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 22, 2018 11:47 AM (UTC)
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New #cheesiemade recipe: 蛸と大根の柔らか煮🐙 Simmered tako with daikon. .
I had amazing flavored tako at Oribe Sushi back in KL and I was determined to make my own 😬.
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Just sake, dashi shoyu and mirin, simmer for 15 mins. Super easy! Restaurant taste right at home😌. Topped with a little bit of karashi (Japanese mustard) for accent. I didn’t use to like tako but recently I learnt to really love it because it’s so flavorful! 😍
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Tako, yes or no for you? 🖐🏻🐙
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 22, 2018 1:27 AM (UTC)
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Today’s #lazymamacookinghack is 5 minute Sichuan Spicy 棒棒鶏 - no stove needed!!
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Ingredient:
1 Boneless chicken thigh
❤︎1 tbsp of cooking sake
❤︎2cm Minced garlic (tube)
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★1 tsp of shoyu
★1 tbsp of sesame oil
★1 tsp of 豆板醤 (by YOUKI)
★Chopped negi
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Steps:
1. Mix ★ in a sauce bowl
2. Pour ❤︎ over chopped chicken, cling wrap and microwave for 4 minutes
3. Check out all the chicken juice!!😍 mix half of the juice with “1” and pour it over the chicken.
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Enjoy. 😌 Who would be interested to try out this recipe?
User Image girgazim Posted: Feb 22, 2018 1:15 AM (UTC)

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User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 21, 2018 9:50 AM (UTC)
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#Cheesiemade curry rice with secret recipe. Answer is in the photo haha.
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Actually it’s quite a common recipe that I’ve seen many times in Japanese magazines and even drama and anime. I added dark choco (Meiji 95% cacao) into the curry for a more robust, deeper flavor. (Trying to sound as abstract as possible, actually is I dunno how to tell the difference HAHAHAH).
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Let me know if yours turn out yummy! 😬

#🍛+🍫+🍤
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 18, 2018 9:34 AM (UTC)
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CheatOne™️ Scallop is great. But sometimes you do miss the real deal. 😌
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#aglioolio #ペペロンチーノ #cheesiemade
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 18, 2018 12:51 AM (UTC)
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Who wants gyudon for breakfast? 🖐🏻
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#dannamade
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 17, 2018 1:45 AM (UTC)
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When you made too much oden. 😌🍢
Breakfast the day after oden party - rice with oden set, renkon kinpira & Nagasaki ichigo. Looooove the ichigo it is so so sweet.🍓
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#cheesiemade #lazymamacookinghack
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 16, 2018 10:53 AM (UTC)
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When you need a break from too much daikon... 😌. Today’s #cheesiemade is 蕪の肉詰め - Stuffed kabu in light dashi broth. 😊 Kabu (turnip) is like a baby version of daikon, and requires a lot less time to cook through.
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Would anyone be interested in recipe? 🖐🏻
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 16, 2018 2:04 AM (UTC)
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Happy 2018 Lunar New Year! 🍊🐶
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Today’s #cheesiemade: .
★White rice with umeboshi
★Shiokoji marinate grilled salmon
★Tamagoyaki with mentaiko topping
★Stuffed turnip dashi soup
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What is everyone doing today?
User Image reginatyr Posted: Feb 15, 2018 4:43 AM (UTC)

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Saw @cheeserland #lazymamacookinghack and decided to make it today for dinner. Only 30 mins needed for everything 👍🏻 #cheesiemade
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 14, 2018 11:23 AM (UTC)
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Valentine’s dinner (actually totally forgot today is Vday lolol aunty is like this😅)
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Omg dream come true... I always wanted to have oden party at home because I love oden sooooo much🍢🍢🍢. Last night I received my Bruno hot plate in Sakura pink + a new nabe pot and the first thing I did this morning was to shop for oden ingredients😂.
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I love it sooooo much!! Let the ingredients slowly simmer on low heat from morning and by evening you have a pot of beautifully flavored oden!😍😍😍
You can get the Bruno hot plate sets from @brunohotplatesg! Hope they still have stock haha.
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Who is interested to get one? Show 🤚🏻 and who wants recipe? Show 🍢!!
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#cheesiemade
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 13, 2018 5:57 AM (UTC)
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Broccoli Tuna Aglio Olio Pasta 🥦🥦🥦- this is one of my favorite recipes because it’s likely people who dislike broccoli will find this acceptable. Actually I’m very lucky that both @cheesiepetit love broccoli, but... it’s me who doesn’t. 🤭🤫😅
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Many people asked for a repost so this is a fine-tuned version because I wanted to have a more paste-like consistency compared to the previous one I made (scroll to see last photo).
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Ingredient:
❤︎Your fav pasta. I used macaroni here because it is less messy than spaghetti for the kids to eat.
❤︎1 small size broccoli
❤︎2 cloves of garlic
❤︎1 dried red chili (seeds removed)
❤︎2 cans of tuna (to serve 3)
❤︎50ml of water
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Steps:
1. Boil broccoli in salt water for about 5 minutes
2. Remove, mash it into small chunks while you boil the pasta in the same pot
3. Heat up olive oil and sauté one whole clove of garlic, chopped garlic and red chili. Remove one clove of garlic and chili from pan once fragrant. I left the garlic in because I am a garlic maniac 😛
4. Add tuna (with broth or oil)
5. Add 50ml of water and simmer
6. Once pasta is boiled , mix it together and serve.
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I didn’t use any extra seasoning but I did boil broccoli and pasta with quite dense salt water. @cheesiepetit love it so much I think it has to go be a weekly repeat😬.
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Hope you like it too! Share with me if you decided to try it! 🥦🍝 #cheesiemade #lazymamacookinghack
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 12, 2018 11:59 AM (UTC)
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#Lazymamacookinghack today: Pastel-color raspberry & kiwi smoothie!

I was thinking for ways to increase vitamin intake for @cheesiepetit's breakfast because they are quite picky with their fruits (if sour confirm they don't eat haha). So I thought, smoothie is a good way to start! But I was also a little intimidated by the blending process (think of the million things to clean up after!). Butttt I was so glad to give Braun Multiquick Hand Blender a try because it is soooo easy and effortless!! It's super powerful (able to crush ice in no time!!), and amazingly splash-free. My kitchen is spotless and I only needed to wash two things after!
My recipe today: ︎
10 raspberries︎
4 slices of kiwi for decoration
︎80ml of soy milk
︎3 ice cubes
(No sugar added. You may if you like it sweeter)
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And just blend and enjoy! Super easy ^^
#endorsed #BravoBraun
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 12, 2018 1:15 AM (UTC)
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#lazymamacookinghack 5 minutes meal-Hokkaido Wagyu shabu shabu udon.
1. Heat up water in claypot (from DAISO $2)
2. Pour in instant udon soup dashi (can be found in any Japanese supermarket)
3. Add frozen udon
4. Add negi, wagyu slices, aburaage. Crack an egg if you like.
Enjoy!🤤 Better and cheaper than Tamoya SG😛
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 11, 2018 3:27 AM (UTC)
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Mama snack 💜 Cheese, mayo and beautiful Hokkaido red onion. Served with Gobo potage.
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#cheesiemade
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 10, 2018 1:08 PM (UTC)
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Sakura chupped all the ebi first. 👉🏻🍤
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Today’s #lazymamacookinghack is One-Pot-Wonder Seafood Pilaf. Served with tomato & Camembert salad, and croquette (frozen). It was the stove’s off day.
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Seafood Pilaf Recipe:
★Frozen mixed seafood (shrimp, squid, clam, scallop)
★Chopped carrot, onion and corn
★Consommé (1 cube or sachet) ★1 tablespoon of butter
★1 cup of rice (served me and @cheesiepetit)
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I also added a secret ingredient - the leftover chicken juice from my roast the other day. I chilled it in the fridge, scrape off the oil and pour the jello-looking stuff into the rice pot together. .
Switch ON. Enjoy 40 mins later. 👌🏻 The kids fought over the shrimps. 😂
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#cheesiemade
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 9, 2018 1:46 AM (UTC)
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Yay! Hitsumabushi recipe, with a secret step!
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I love Hitsumabushi a lot more than the usual Unajyu because you can enjoy eating it 3 ways - as it is, with extra condiments, and as a chazuke. It’s actually surprisingly simple to prepare!
You will need:
1.Store-bought unagi
2. Steamed white rice
3. 1X dashi pack
4. 薬味 (condiments). I used 4 kinds here - negi, seaweed strips, 塩山椒(Sansho, Japanese pepper), and wasabi.
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The thing is that when you reheat chilled unagi, it usually turns out very dry with a chewy texture. Here’s a secret tip to soft, perfectly broiled unagi like it’s fresh off the grill!!
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1. Take out unagi from the packaging, rinse it gently under running tap water to wash away the sauce thoroughly (*gasp*!! But yes, this is super important!).
2. Brush/pour a tablespoon of cooking sake over the unagi
3. Warm it up on non-stick fry pan on low heat, 2 minutes each side. Many people asked me why I used a cooking sheet under the unagi in my IG story. Actually I do this so that I could later lift the paper and flip the unagi without using the spatula which tends to break the soft flesh of unagi. You will need longer heating time if you use the cooking sheet.
4. At the same time, soak a pack of dashi stock in boiling water about 2-3 minutes, dish out the pack when it reaches your ideal flavor. Pour it in teapot to serve.
5. Cut unagi into 1cm strips and place them over hot steamy rice.
6. Serve with condiments and お吸い物 (Osuimono) - you can just use instant ones. I used konbucha and dried wild mushroom to fake the texture of 鰻肝 (eel liver?) they usually have in the soup 🤣.
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It’s a bit of an elaborated breakfast but actually I looove how the chazuke perfectly warms up your tummy for a happy morning! 😃
Hope this helps some of you who are too broke to dine out in expensive Japanese restaurant 😛. Drop me a comment if you are gonna try it out!l or have any questions!
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#cheesiemade #hitsumabushi #ひつまぶし #lazymamacookinghack
User Image cheeserland Posted: Feb 8, 2018 2:38 AM (UTC)
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I haven’t been so excited about breakfast before 😳. I was excited since last night lol (if you stalked my story you’d know 😂). So I was thinking about the variety of fish I could put on the breakfast table, and I thought, why not unagi! I saw an affordable one at Donki selling at $19 (China eel). Then I thought, since unagi, WHY NOT HITSUMABUSHI!!!
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Hitsumabushi is one of my fav food ever, I’ve been wanting to try Man Man Unagi in SG but it is always sooooo long queueeee! And usually good hitsumabushi are also super expensive (even the cheaper ones are like $70???)
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I’m just so so so happy that manage to I recreate this at home, (and actually fairly simple!!) at about probably less than $25 for 2 sets!! (And fed the kids too!)
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Cooking at home is so 幸福... now I realized... ☺️☺️☺️.
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It’s getting too long so maybe I’ll post recipe in a separate post. Anyone interested? 🖐🏻
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#cheesiemade #hitsumabushi #ひつまぶし