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Boil 500ml water, then turn heat down to medium low and add in 1pck (100g) of Signwin Green Tea jelly powder. Stir and mix well until fully dissolved. Cook the mixture at low heat for 1 minute, then remove from heat. Pour the mixture into jelly moulds and cool down. Put the jelly in the fridge to set for 2-3 hours before serving. You can also use this jelly mix for jelly cocktails, jelly drinks, or other yummy desserts.

Boil 500ml water, then turn heat down to medium low and add in 1pck (100g) of Signwin Green Tea jelly powder. Stir and mix well until fully dissolved. Cook the mixture at low heat for 1 minute, then remove from heat. Pour the mixture into jelly moulds and cool down. Put the jelly in the fridge to set for 2-3 hours before serving. You can also use this jelly mix for jelly cocktails, jelly drinks, or other yummy desserts.

Cuisine Paradise | Singapore Food Blog | Recipes, Reviews And Travel: [Wordless Wednesday] Santa Claus Sushi Art Workshop

Cuisine Paradise | Singapore Food Blog | Recipes, Reviews And Travel: [Wordless Wednesday] Santa Claus Sushi Art Workshop

I am part of a prestigious cooking Group on Facebook by the name "Spatula Force" where the members challenge each other with a particular theme for the month. Last month it was Italian hosted by me where in I made Risotto ai Funghi  for the event. This month was much more challenging as the theme was…

I am part of a prestigious cooking Group on Facebook by the name "Spatula Force" where the members challenge each other with a particular theme for the month. Last month it was Italian hosted by me where in I made Risotto ai Funghi for the event. This month was much more challenging as the theme was…

Nasi Lemak is a favourite malay customary dish as well as a national dish of Malaysia. Not only a very simple dish to make but it has an enormous amount of flavour. Nasi Lemak exactly means “rice in cream”, essentially rice cooked in coconut milk or cream with pandan (screwpine) leaves, sometimes with ginger or lemon grass added for the pungent flavour. Then the coconut rice is served on a plate lined with banana leave together with other condiments like hard boiled eggs, fried anchovies…

Nasi Lemak is a favourite malay customary dish as well as a national dish of Malaysia. Not only a very simple dish to make but it has an enormous amount of flavour. Nasi Lemak exactly means “rice in cream”, essentially rice cooked in coconut milk or cream with pandan (screwpine) leaves, sometimes with ginger or lemon grass added for the pungent flavour. Then the coconut rice is served on a plate lined with banana leave together with other condiments like hard boiled eggs, fried anchovies…

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