Though it’s North African in origin, these days shakshuka is popular in the Middle East and in hip cafes throughout the whole world. Given its versatility, it’s easy to see why. It’s quick; it’s simple; it’s easy to scale up or down; and it works for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or a midnight snack.
It is a dish you rarely see on menus, yet tomato and eggs are a classic staple of Chinese home cooking. Tomatoes, eggs and spring onions may seem like simple, basic ingredients but the subtle complexity of this dish is often overlooked as it is such a humble and easy-to-cook dish. Have you ever taken a bite of tomato and eggs and wondered how the eggs manage to taste like tangy tomatoes, yet is still fluffy? Although tomato and eggs seem like an easy omelette thrown in together the pan right off the bat, these two ingredients are actually cooked separately to retain its respective textures.
It’s hard to not exaggerate the symbolic identity Kimchi has on the Korean culture. Koreans love their Kimchi so much most of them have a separate fridge entirely dedicated to it! Spicy, tangy and crunchy, you are sure to find this distinctive fermented cabbage side dish served at almost every meal.
A quintessential Asian comfort food, our version of the recipe includes succulent shrimp. Fried rice is so versatile in itself, that many have adapted it to each its own way of cooking, and is the best way to utilize leftovers in your fridge. Though its exact origins are unknown, some say that the first plate of fried rice originated in the city of Yangzhou, east of Jiangsu, during the Sui dynasty (589 – 618 AD).
Cincalok omelette is one of those delightful Nyonya dishes that risks becoming forgotten in our modern day lives because it’s so humble and simple. But, as they say, simple and good is quite often the hardest balance to achieve!
A homely and delicious dish. This time we decided to spice things up with some salted egg yolk.
Hokkien Mee has always been a hawker favorite and popular dish in Asian culture – but how about claypot hokkien mee? Tasty comfort food is what you’ll get!
An umami pot of noodly goodness, we made our own pork belly by simply frying and blanching. The fragrant aroma and sizzles of the claypot while cooking this dish can be tantalizing to say the least. Give yourself some time to prepare and you’ll be in for a treat!
Our perfect Sambal belacan recipe completely ELEVATES the flavours of rice. Topped with a sunny side up, with crispy egg white and an oozy yolk…yummms!! For that extra spicy kick, serve some sambal belacan on the side! We used Heavenly Rice’s Heavenly Brown Rice for the making of this dish. It’s enriched with more calcium, […]
The simple Cantonese way of showcasing the freshness and sweetness of the ingredients (in this instance, prawns) is by steaming. The tiger prawns will be nothing but sweet and succulent after just 6 minutes of steaming on a bed of egg whites. A super quick recipe and real easy to cook for your love ones too. Just remember, to look out and do NOT overcook the prawns!
This dish screams quick, simple and delicious. The ultimate comfort food/meal you can whip up in 30 minutes.
Call it a Cantonese gyudon. We first stir fry minced beef with green peas, using a mix of very simple seasoning. And while still piping hot, crack a whole egg on it.