The rainbow cake, also known as “Mizu Shingen Mochi”, was originally made from water and tastes like rain, while our variation is nice and cooling, with the taste of snow pear and red dates, served with thinly cut pear slices.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.
A simple fusion pasta for those that are fans of “Hae Bee Hiam” (Dried Shrimps Spicy Sambal), this recipe can be simply cooked under 30 minutes!
Here’s an easy way to make Mock Shark’s Fin Soup for your loved ones this CNY season! After mixing the chicken broth with shredded chicken and other ingredients, we season it with Shaoxing wine and light soy sauce. The crab meat and blanched shark’s fin is then added finally. Be slow and steady when thickening […]
We love our Sio Bak (who doesn’t!), and for this CNY season here’s a seasonal twist for you guys to cook a feast for your loved ones this reunion dinner.
A traditional nonya kueh favourite, Kueh Salat is also known as Kuih Seri Muka and is very popular in Asia. We used pandan juice and pandan paste amongst other ingredients amongst other things to create the kaya mixture/layer. We used rinse-free Kinmemai Better White Rice, which has more fibre, vitamins and better immune system boosting […]
Chinese New Year is a time of feasting, lots of eating and glorious food, so sometimes it might be good to serve something cooling (yet tasty) to go with the festivities!