Baked beans are often being associated with breakfast food. However, when I was growing up, baked beans were eaten for lunch or dinner, with rice. As I was not a fan of baked beans then, fried diced potatoes and sometimes, sliced sausages were added into the baked beans to make it more palatable for the […]
I am thrilled that Malaysian cuisine is gaining momentum in the Australian food scene in the past years. Whenever I’m in Sydney nowadays, I have found myself trying different Malaysian restaurants. This has somewhat helped with my homesickness towards my birthplace. If you enjoy food, learning how to make the food you love is a […]
This salad is a burst of purple ingredients! You got wild rice, purple cabbage, French shallots and last but not least, baby beetroots by Love Beets. How adorable is the name of these little nutrients packed vegetables huh? I was leaning towards making miniature Aussie style burgers with these baby beetroots and out of the […]
Hello Monday! Yah, I know it’s hard to be enthusiastic about Monday but on the bright side, I had my Monday dinner sorted with leftover ready for packed lunch tomorrow. Talk about efficient meal planning over here in Fuss Free Cooking HQ huh? Making risotto is something I would reserve to do on a Friday […]
The Fuss Free Cooking household has been on a soup diet this week. We had our fair share of Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom soup and did I mention that it is my favourite canned soup ever? Coupled with a super easy homemade damper loaf, soup for dinner was not too shabby after all!
A midweek post calls for an easy one dish meal! Don’t be fooled by the fiery red appearance of this Mexican rice. It is not tongue numbing, blow your top off hot and spicy. After all we are not talking about Szechuan dishes here. With that being said, this little rice number is definitely not […]