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Any idea if able to cook together a mixture of white and brown rice in a rice cooker?
And what setting should I choose when cooking it?
Rachel Toh replied: — October 10th, 2012 @ 9:05 am
Great website and i tried your roast pork recipe during CNY and everyone was raving about it. Just that my skin wasnt nicely done but the meat was really flavorful and tender. How did you manage to make the skin so crispy and glistening? so nice.
Lily, i cooked white and brown rice all the time. i am using the zoojirushi brand rice cooker and just select the cook rice mode. if you are using origins brown rice (or any harder ones), you may want to add slightly more water than the indicator.
wiffy replied: — October 10th, 2012 @ 12:35 pm
Hi Rachel, for crisp skin, make sure the skin is as dry as can be. Poking surface holes will help the skin to crackle. Depending on the oven you use, you can up the heat or place it on a rack nearer the top heat coils. Even if the skin is slightly charred, you can scrap the charred bits off with a knife. Hope this helps.
Do you have recipe for steamed spare ribs like dimsum style
Thank you very very very much for posting and sharing your recipes! I have been trying and cooking from your website! You are my virtual master chef! Really appreciate your every effort to explain things in detail and share your experiences in cooking. I am also a noob in cooking and with your many tips I have more interest in cooking. Home cooking is really the best! Our family could enjoy many delicious home cook meals now! Thank you once again!
Would like to have more savoury recipes with Osmanthus
I am a Singaporean and I am a great fan of your site! Love your site bec instructions are simple and step by step and most importantly are in English. Well done!
I am writing in now to ask you for recipes on chiffon cakes , preferably pandan, coffee chiffon cakes. Also some recipes on marble cakes too. Looking forward to your favourable reply.
Would you please let me know how to search for your Mum’s recipes?
Before your new look website; I always look into her recipes as well as yours.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
wiffy replied: — February 10th, 2014 @ 4:30 pm
My mum’s recipes are here: http://www.noobcook.com/category/recipes/mums-recipes/
Either go to All Recipes page: http://www.noobcook.com/all-recipes/ (you will see the various cats there), or scroll to the end of each recipe: the categories where they are tagged in are listed there :)
Can you teach us how to make Japanese chiffon cake / marble or butter cake
I have just recent started learning how to make Singaporean dishes and your blog has helped me immensely. I would appreciate it if you have a recipe for prawn noodles with soup. Thanks.
wiffy replied: — December 15th, 2014 @ 12:37 pm
Sure, I’ll put it in my to-cook list :)
Do u have recipe for nasi brayani?
wiffy replied: — February 26th, 2015 @ 12:05 pm
No, not at the moment.
I wish to know more about Deep Fried Prawn Fritters recipes.
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