Fluffy scrambled egg omelette

Scrambled eggs and omelette??? Yup, and it’s dead easy to make too! Ever since I started thebigfatnoodle, I’ve been conscious that both my husband and I might balloon up in size even more than we already have. To make up for the dishes I make for the blog, I’ve conscientiously tried to make sure that … Continue reading

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Friday was for fish: crab linguine with crispy sage and prosciutto

friday was for fish: crab linguini with crispy sage and prosciutto Bad enough I had to work late but after getting this dish prepared, photographed, eaten and then typed up, I couldn’t get my internet to work properly and now that I’m finally connected, it’s already Saturday! 🙂 It’s been a while since I posted … Continue reading

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fresh fruit doesn’t have to be boring #3: poached pears in jasmine tea

I’ve wanted to try poaching pears in tea for quite some time now as I’m a big fan of tea. I love the stuff, and where tea’s concerned, the stronger the cup, the better. There’s nothing like a proper mug of builder’s tea to get you going in the morning. I originally wanted to try … Continue reading

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A novel way to dry chillies

My husband’s a genius! Came home from work to find a neat little row of chillies sitting on the vent of our combi oven/microwave. The reason: 1) it’s pissing down with rain at the moment (like serious torrential downpours) 2) no sunshine 3) no natural way to dry the chillies he’d grown this summer etc … Continue reading

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barbecued chicken satay for what might be our last barbecue of the year

For once, the weatherman’s report was spot on today because following a miserable morning of grey, grim and rainy weather, the sun suddenly broke free at about 4pm and it stayed sunny and bright until night set in. I’d been banking on this because I decided yesterday that I really, really, really wanted to make … Continue reading

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It’s another taste of home with thebigfatnoodle’s version of chicken rice

chicken rice paradise a la thebigfatnoodle lah!  One of the things Singapore is most famous for is its Hainanese chicken rice. You’ll find a chicken rice stall in almost every single hawker centre or coffee shop. Like most hawker dishes, every country and every hawker stall owner in the region has his or her own … Continue reading

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friday fish dish: fish finger sandwiches – A great British sandwich tradition

11 billion sandwiches are eaten every year in Britain Those who know me know that I’m actually not a very big bread fan and therefore am not very into sandwiches. This makes it a bit tricky living in the UK because people here LOVE their sandwiches. Take my husband for example. He has a ham, … Continue reading

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