This fuss free modest looking plate of noodles doused with dark broth can be conquered easily in just an hour! Unlike food outside which tends to be ladened with artificial flavouring, this dish just involves boiling all the ingredients, making it a healthy well-balanced meal; what’s more, you get to feed yourself with the best ingredients of your choice.
Paper wrapped chicken, or more commonly known in Cantonese as “chee pow kai” brings together the best of two worlds, steamed and deep fried chicken. This dish was invented in Singapore by an eatery called Union Farm in 1953, and back then, it used to be sold per chicken. The fresh chicken would be slaughtered, chopped, marinated, wrapped, and then deep fried to a golden perfection.
Red Glutinous Rice Wine chicken is a traditional FooChow dish. Setiawan, a coastal town in Perak, Malaysia holds strong to their FooChow heritage. Mention Setiawan, a serious foodie will immediately mention ‘Ang Jiu Mee Sua’, red glutinous rice wine chicken with mee sua. They boast the best cottage industry in producing the red wine lees and silky QQ strands of mee sua. Each home will have their signature way of making the red wine lees.
Our body needs revitalising once in awhile. The best way is double boiling a nutritious soup and adding BRAND’S® Essence of Chicken with Cordyceps. It helps to increase the body’s qi (vital energy), stamina, maintaining an overall well being and speeds up recovery from fatigue and illness.
A B C, it’s as easy as 1 2 3. Forget store bought chicken stock, this wholesome pot of homemade soup can be made effortlessly with just one pot and a few simple ingredients.
Lemang, or bamboo rice, is made from a mixture of glutinous rice, coconut milk and salt, usually cooked in hollowed out bamboo sticks lined with banana leaves. We found a way to cook this traditional dish in your modern oven without the bamboo stick, but still having the rice take in the wonderful scent from the banana leaves.
Great for the whole family, and easy to make, this recipe is one for everyone including the picky eaters! Seasoned chicken breasts coated with breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese is a perfect combination that is really addictive.
Little bursts of saltiness beaming through the delicate nutty chewy grains of rice. Soft tender chunks of chicken topped with bean sprouts and spring onions to enhance that sweet crunch in every bite. Pair it with fluffy orbs of scrambled eggs for that additional boost of texture and color to this wonderful masterpiece. Adding a surprising twist to the usual mix of fried rice, whip up your very own restaurant quality Salted Fish Fried Rice in just 30 minutes!
It’s a traditional belief in Korea that Sam Gye Tang (Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup) is the ultimate way to revitalise the body and boost the immune system.
Apart from the various medicinal benefits, this is a delicious and complete meal on its own! The chicken is infused with the flavours from the ginseng root and the glutinous rice just soaks up all the yummy goodness!
This recipe is a godsend for those of you who do not own a claypot. We tweaked the recipe a little so you get all the yummy flavours of a typical claypot rice minus the all the hassles!
Rather than just throwing everything in the rice cooker, we pre-fry the ingredients in a wok to give it more colour and flavours. The next step is pretty simple, when the rice is steaming, just combine everything and let the rice cooker work its magic.