NoobCook calls herself "wiffy" and describes herself as someone who "enjoys cooking even though I don’t think I’m very good at it". I'm sure her readers will beg to differ, with over 15k facebook fans and every recipe instantly getting over 50 shares, she has built up quite the following with her simple to make recipes with great photos.
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Hidden gems amongst the recipes!
I actually visit this blog for recipes almost every week for inspiration on what dish I should take on next at home! The blog has been recently revamped, with many new ways which you can search for recipes based on the ingredient, style of cooking and you can even find 15 or 30 minute recipes. Other than recipes, there are even tutorials on how to grow certain herbs and how to prepare homemade broths and stocks needed for her recipes.
I have tested quite a number of her recipes and ended up with a high success rate. I am constantly learning more easy dishes to make, so this blog is a really good place to start learning how to cook. I have even seen my friends post pictures on Facebook showing their successfully recreated dishes with recipes from noobcook. Of course, for the more advanced home cooks, there are more difficult recipes available there too.
Some good and easy dishes I would recommend people to try from her blog are Baked Portobello Mushrooms/ Tea Leaf Egg/ Steamed Egg Tofu with Minced Meat/ Rice Cooker Chicken Rice/ Aglio Olio/ Chocolate Lava Cake. I will definitely continue to try out her recipes in the long run, especially with her clear step-by-step instructions and the ease of her recipes.