The chicken is baked with turmeric in the oven, before adding it into the rempah. The combination of the spice and sweetness with the tomatoes is simply shiok, to say the least. We’d like to add that it tastes even better if you can wait to eat it the next day.
An Indonesian dish that is a favourite here, Gado Gado is an incredible peanut-ey street dish that is a complete mix of tau kwa, long beans, cabbage, eggs, and that yummy sauce. Fun fact – Gado Gado means “Mix mix”, which is exactly what this dish is about!
This is for the durian fans, there’s nothing better than to use FRESH durian meat (We used Mao Shan Wang durians) for this treat! This is an exciting treat of combining the sweetness and fragrance of the durian with the richness from cheese.
For summer-ish Singapore, fruit tarts are somewhat a great snack for the mid-day hunger pangs, when you need a quick fix for the family over the weekends. This recipe is a fairly straightforward one that you can easily use MARIGOLD Non Fat Yoghurt to create some yummilicious yoghurt fruit tarts!
Get your clams (lala) stir-fried with ginger, garlic, and chili padi, and finish it off with that splash of hua tiao wine on a hot wok! It’s the perfect way to bring out the flavor of the clams that we all love.
Gula Melaka (palm sugar), coconut milk and pandan (screwpine) leaves are the three undisputed stars of Southeast Asian dessert!
When it comes to looking lobsters, the live ones make a world of difference! We chose to create our own lobster roll this time. It’s a super simple recipe that brings out the sweetness of your key ingredient, the lobster.
Everyone loves crunchy prawns coated in a crispy outer crust.
Anyone with a sweet tooth (or not) would love this classic snack! As with its cousin goreng pisang (deep fried bananas), it’s main ingredient is bananas.