A simple recipe that can be used for a yummy weekend, claypot yong tau foo is a classic that can be enjoyed by most.
Love seafood AND pasta at the same time? We have just the thing for you today! First we heat the pan up, then start off by cooking the sauce. After we saute the onions and garlic we then add oregano, cumin powder and chili flakes, finally adding canned diced tomatoes and San Remo’s Sundried Tomato […]
We’re back with another fish recipe but this time things are getting hot! Presenting the Sambal Fish Wrapped In Banana Leaves.
Often dominated by the savoury blend of salt, citrus and heat, Tex-Mex food is well-known for its rich symphony of flavours. And through a series of culinary creations, there came about the glorious invention of burrito bowls! Time to say “Hasta La Vista!” to overpriced Mexican food at fancy restaurants, and whip up this budget friendly Chipotle-style burrito bowl easily in just half an hour.
Mouth-watering plate of fried rice loaded with all your favourite mix-ins huddled under that luscious soft yellow egg blanket, this delightfully simple combination of egg and ketchup rice topped with rich brown sauce serves as the perfect comfort food on any lazy days.
An immensely simple recipe for any lunch or dinner, a good serving of tuna poke bowl can be a perfectly sweet spot for a meal for 2! This dish is much simpler to put together than it looks. The key is in marinating the tuna chutoro, then adding in spring onions and sesame seeds. When […]
Fresh fish tastes sweet on its own, so we won’t need much seasoning here. Savoury Ikura (salmon roe) plus our special mentaiko (pollock roe) mayo acts as seasoning for the vinegar rice.
Lobster Bisque might seem like a demanding dish to make, but you can now easily whip up your very own restaurant quality soup right in your kitchen! It might be rather time consuming when you start with a live lobster, but there are tons of flavour in that shell. For a flavourful lobster bisque, it is about the broth, so don’t forget to set aside those shells for your stock.
Some may scour at the thought of eating innards but this recipe may just be the life changer for you! Instead of the starchy brown Taiwanese Mee Sua, this version of Mee Sua makes use of the natural flavours of the ingredients to get that rich translucent broth.
This humble rendition of the cheesecake began as one lone New York woman’s quest for a more nutritious, and healthier cheesecake – the same ones that bear the famous city’s name.