Chanko Nabe, a.k.a. ‘Sumo Stew’ is a popular style of eating hot pot hailing from Japan. It’s the food of choice for sumo wrestlers, thus the nickname. Vegetables, seafood and meat can be cooked in seasoned broth at the dinner table as you dine together. We made our own chicken stock for this recipe, with […]
Looking for a simple recipe that packs a punch? Here’s a recipe for you! The Drunken chicken, a popular chinese cold appetizer that packs more flavors than it seems. A cold silky steamed chicken submerged in a flavorful marinade, allowing the tender chicken to be infused with the sweet and aromatic fragrances of the Shaoxing […]
Trying to get the kids to eat more wholemeal and want to make it tasty? We have a solution – salted egg yolk chicken wraps! This recipe pairs two of our favourite things, namely salted egg yolk sauce and hearty fried chicken. This is a perfect recipe for the busy family especially as a lunchbox […]
Most of us have heard largely about how black garlic, also known as “black gold” has great benefits for us. In this recipe we decided to do something nutritious – so we made a simple, healthy and delicious chicken soup with it! The sweetness from the black garlic along with a whole chicken, dried scallops […]
Chicken rice is definitely one of our favourite food In Singapore, for our next recipe created with Food from the Heart School Goodie Bag Campaign and a budget of around $5 dollars, we made a simple to do yet really delicious one pot rice cooker chicken and mushroom rice, the taste is very close to […]
Kou Shui Ji literally translates as saliva chicken. Silky poached whole chicken drenched with pungent Szechuan pepper chilli oil and is balanced out with vinegar. With such a name to live up to, one sure can’t help but salivate at the sight of this dish. #themeatmensg #simple #delicious #salivate #chillioil #Koushuiji
One of the most popular dishes in Indian cuisine, Tandoori Chicken is adored by many around the globe. Unfortunately, many people are actually intimidated by its name, as it sounds like it’s going to be a challenge to make. Well, it’s not exactly that difficult and you don’t need a Tandoor oven to create that authentic flavour too.
Richer, thicker and drier than the usual curries – this dark orange gravy brings about that delectable harmony of traditional Chinese and Malay flavours all into one hearty dish. However, regardless of how appetizing it is, curry may not be the most waist friendly option due to the frightening amounts of cream used.
Steamboats are a must have during Chinese New Year dinner in lots of household, these year we came up with quick and easy soups that you can choose from. As Singaporean we love spicy food so we decide to make Mala soup base, we are feeling the numbness just thinking about it. But it you are not able to take the heat we also have our Herbal chicken soup base with is nourishing for the body.
If you are planning a get-together party, these crowd-pleasing buffalo wings are a sure hit.