Making muah chee in 15 minutes? At home? It may sound preposterous but using a microwave is easy. Its is a traditional snack sold in night markets or now, in food courts. It’s a childhood favourite. Sticky springy pillowy soft mua chee coated with sweet ground roasted peanuts or sweetened black sesame. The best way to eat it is using a toothpick to spear it and pop into one’s mouth.
Kueh tutu is a small steamed cake made of finely pounded rice flour and filled with either ground peanuts or grated coconut cooked in gula melaka.
Originating from Hakka, this traditional chinese delicacy may seem to take a bit of time to prepare but it’s easier than you think. The simple trick to achieving that gorgeous bubbly crisp layer is to prick lots of holes in the skin without puncturing the meat itself. Slather on dark soy sauce and submerge it in hot oil, watch as the delicate layer of skin slowly puff up into that perfect golden brown coating.
Spice, Spice, is always nice. Today’s recipe will be a list of easy-to-make finger foods (tapas), which would be awesome to go with your favourite iced drink. We did all these using DoDo’s new Spicy Seafood Fish Paste, which is a limited edition product for National Day! A tangy seafood paste, this product is suitable […]
Zi char level goodness made good at home! This recipe is super simple, yet a fulfilling crowd pleaser that’s bound to make you smile. The recipe makes use of Fortune Tau Kwa cut into bite sized cubes, mixed well with panko breadcrumbs and a double hitting cereal mixture, for that extra crisp goodness to go […]
Rainy season and thinking of a nutritious yet simple list of recipes you can cook for your loved ones?
Also commonly known as Galbijjim, this recipe stands for braised beef short ribs.
Prawn Paste Chicken, aka ‘Har Cheong Gai’ is beloved to any zi char or meat lover. The feeling of crispy CRUNCH that fills our mouths with flavor is unforgettable and the juices delightful.
Circuit Breaker has been extended and have no idea how to celebrate Mother’s Day? Food from the heart represents more than a thousand words, so what better way to surprise her and your family with a super delicious meal made with love? Try out this wholesome recipe and have mum feeling appreciated in no time! […]
Craving for a little spice on a sunny day in Singapore? This noodle dish is the perfect comfort food for that and is bound to both fill your belly and tickle your tastebuds. The taste of this dish is no stranger to the community and if you’re not a soup kind of person, this recipe […]
You might not be able to visit Singapore during this period, so we’re bringing some of our local recipes to you! A South Indian recipe, Urad Dal Vada is a popular doughnut shaped snack that is a favourite in Singapore. We start off by rinsing the urud dal (known as white lentil) and have them […]
Since you can’t visit Singapore now, let us bring a part of us to your home in the form of a recipe! Today we will be making a Kaya Toast Cocktail inspired by a drink made by Din Hassan from Bitters and Love who has since left. This is our own rendition of the cocktail […]
A very popular snack amongst the Chinese community in Singapore, Chwee Kueh 水粿 is also known as “water rice cake”.
You might not be able to visit Singapore during this period, so we’re bringing some of our local recipes to you! Kueh dadar is a popular snack here, filled up with cooked grated coconut and gula melaka (palm sugar). A pan can then be used to make a thin pandan crepe, which can take some […]
Growing up we would have all remembered and loved Min Chiang Kueh, a local pancake delight that we can ever eat on the go. Today’s recipe is our slightly modified variant for cooking at home!
When you’re buying squids or any seafood look for those that has clear eyes, a shine on their exterior and they should smell fresh.
This works for any type of onions, first cut the onion into half vertically.
Lemongrass has various uses from culinary to medicinal. Most of the time we only use the white portion near the roots.