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Basics of Bread Making
Bread is a staple to many countries and it bears six thousand year history. It is prepared in different ways and methods and the final products are unique depending on the ingredients used to make it. Asians prefer their bread to be spongy with flavours as ...
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Homemade Tomato Sauce
This is a basic tomato sauce recipe that goes well with cutlets, samosas, fried rice or anything that you fancy. I got a request to post homemade tomato sauce from my old college teacher. Now it's tomato season and thought that it's the best time to try it ...
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Bitter Gourd/ Pavakka Pachadi
A simple and quick side dish for hot steamy rice. Ingredients: (Serves 2) Bitter gourd/ Pavakka-1 medium Onion- 1 medium Green chilli 2 Ginger 1/4 tsp grated Curry leaves- 1 spring Turmeric powder- 1/8 tsp Oil- 1 tbsp Mustard seeds- 1/2 tsp Coconut- 1/2 c...
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Pachatakkaly Parippu /Raw Tomato Dal Curry
We usually make dal without tomato. Once I saw fresh green tomato in the market. Instantly I picked them up to make this really delicious dal curry. This raw tomato dal curry goes well with rice or roti. Ingredients: ( serves 3-4) Toor dal/ pigeon pea- 3/4 ...
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Creamy Vegetable baked Pasta
This is a simple one pot meal which can be made purely with vegetables or with chicken or shrimp. This recipe was given by my cousins sister long time back and I have baked it quite a few times as my son really likes it very much. Just few initial preparati...
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Basbousa
Basbousa is an Arabic sweet, which is a simple semolina cake with sugar syrup. I had it for the first time when we went UAE in 2011. This year we visited UAE again and I had my share of sweets and Zaatar bread to my heart's consent. I was determined to make...
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Pazham Bonda/ Paniyaram
This is a simple and delicious tea time snack in Kerala. It is usually prepared with maida (plain flour), but it tastes equally good when done with whole wheat flour (atta flour). There is no need for any initial preparation. Just mix them up and fry in oil...
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Barbie Doll Cake
Made this cake for a cute birthday girl. This cake was in my draft since October 2012, was too lazy to post. Do check in the step wise preparation of this cake in the upcoming post.
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Hi Suhaina, your blog is not letting me leave a comment...this happens sometimes on other blogs too...sorry!
Your Barbie doll cake is so incredibly beautiful, any little girl would be overjoyed. I would not-could not want to ruin the lovely decorations on this yummy cake...therefore I would just have people admire it, and eat a different cake...LOL!
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One Bowl Apple Cake/ 100 beat Cake
As the name implies it just uses one bowl for mixing the ingredients up. You may also call it the 100 beat cake, since I beat the mixture with a wire whisk to the count of HUNDRED. If using a hand heald beater, beat the mixture for exactly 1 minute till com...
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Easter Appam
      Easter Appam is a traditional recipe of Kerala and is
usually served during Easter.It is a great evening snack with a cup of hot tea. It is also known as Kallappam. This recipe is a
very simplified version which I found in a magazine almost 15 years b...
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Hi! My name is Suhaina, a working mother  who has a wonderful son and a husband who are the main inspiration to cook new stuffs out. I really love and enjoy cooking, baking and experimenting with new recipes. I have a sister who keeps calling me to ask for the recipes and exact measurements and also one of my friends who calls me her recipe book.

After settling in Singapore I had the opportunity to try out variety of dishes, which I would have never even thought about or would have made if I were still to remain in India. That is why I chose the name “My Singapore Kitchen!”.   This site contains food stuffs which were made by me and liked by my family and friends. I love to share all my recipes with the people who love cooking and baking.

I had the passion to cook in my early childhood days. My mum used to always encourage me. I learned a lot from her and also from my aunties. I have a large compilation of recipes – I began to collect these recipes from 1999, My brother too is good cook, even though he ends up making stuffs which are very sweet, creamy or of high calories.

Since my recipe books are almost tearing off, I thought of compiling them together so that I can access them from any part of the world. These recipes are mainly my mother’s, my mother in-law,our maid Ragini Akka, my own and some I have found. I really don’t want these recipes to go to waste! I hope you will enjoy these recipes as much as I have.   Comments and Feedback are always appreciated.