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.
Give those fancy looking sushi rolls a miss and try your hands at these adorable round shaped sushi instead!
Wasabi mayo typically goes with prawns. BUT this time round we decided to pair it with one of our FAVOURITE BEER FOODS – Calamari!
Other than the usual salt and pepper, we added five spice powder to the batter which imparts a more sophisticated flavour to the dish.
Widely known as Hokkaido milk bread, these Japanese soft milk buns are known to have a fluffy melt in your mouth milky texture – awesome right?
Looking for recipes that will cover all aspects of your family’s meal? Look no further! Pork rib stew, Watercress chicken soup, and much more, our 3 Dish and 1 Soup series (三菜一汤) series aims to surprise with a tantalizing combo! Give it a try and share your passion for cooking with your loved ones. […]
Mee Siam is a familiar local dish that many of us grew up eating. This recipe brings across the flavours of our locally farmed fresh ingredients of fresh prawns, crunchy bean sprouts and hard boiled eggs, which goes perfectly with the tangy gravy and calamansi on the side.
Working from home? Looking for something new to eat? We have the perfect dish for you! , Gyūdon, can be made under 30minutes. Simple and easy steps to replicate yet wholesome in flavour. Sweet, savoury and super yummy! Add a soft boiled egg to create a richful experience We are starting a new series of […]
The long wait for local Instant Pot fans is finally over, it has landed on Singapore’s shores!
This classic dish features chicken breasts stuffed with thin slices of ham and cheese that are then coated in breadcrumbs and pan-fried. Simple and easy to make for people who need a quick fix! For the alcohol lovers out there, adding in Brandy gives a sweet and oaky flavor to the dish, alcohol also helps […]
Here’s an interesting recipe – something that hails from the Philippines! For those wondering, Chicken Adobo is a Filipino stew cooked using the ‘inadobo’ style. Inadobo cooking normally entails cooking with vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic.
#FromMeToYou is a community video project by @adobevideo connecting people across Asia Pacific through our personal cultural experiences. It all started with #siobak, lots and lots of crispy, juicy meat…!! We were just a couple of guys who loved meats, booze, and our weekly get-togethers. Our favourite hawker centre and sio bak was bliss – […]
As many say, variety is the spice of life, and that is so very true. In this episode of our 3 Dish and 1 Soup series (三菜一汤) series, we have a good combination of hami melon soup, sweet and sour pork, tomato garlic prawns, and stir fried French beans to complete this tummy filling meal. […]
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?
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.