A great addition to the classic sambal petai, the crispy sio bak adds another texture and flavour element to it. If you want to make your own sambal and crispy sio bak we have included the links below too! http://themeatmen.sg/sio-bak-roast-pork-belly/ http://themeatmen.sg/sambal-belacan/
Soy Milk Hot Pot (also known as Tonyu Nabe 豆浆乳鍋 in Japanese) is a popular dish in Japan, and is served in many places in Japan. Rainy weather these days? No problem – a nice hot pot is what you might need! The recipe is remarkably easy. We used stuff like pork broth, soy sauce, […]
With Mother’s Day coming right up on Sunday – we have taken the opportunity to whip up something classy and suitable for the occasion! The recipe is as easy as pie, or in this case tart (lol), for the crust we blended flour, icing sugar, salt and cold butter, and bake nicely formed dough. We […]
Today’s recipe will be a good balance of meat, salad, and tangy goodness! To make mango achar, we chose green mangoes and cut them with skin still on, after which we mix them with condiments. We then heat up a mixture and pour it over the mango, before setting aside. Use your preferred cut of […]
Until today, we’ve explored different types pasta recipes on our channel, so here’s something special for those who want to try their hand at making your own pasta, from ground up!!
The rainbow cake, also known as “Mizu Shingen Mochi”, was originally made from water and tastes like rain, while our variation is nice and cooling, with the taste of snow pear and red dates, served with thinly cut pear slices.
We added osmanthus flowers for the osmanthus jelly, to easily make it at home.
Our very simple recipe includes red chili, buah keluak, toasted belachan, which is quite simple. These days wet market sellers remove them from the shells, making them quite easy to prepare.
We feel that Peranakan food is uniquely olden day fusion cuisine due to the mixture of chinese and malay ingredients, the flavours produced are just amazing. However, the cuisine itself is dying slowly, many families choose to protect their recipes and keep it only within the family. Eventually these recipes might get lost through generations […]
Commonly known as 九层糕 or steamed kueh lapis, this dish is bound to be familiar to most of us who have eaten it growing up. It has a nice smooth texture and is a sure hit for many.