Lobster Bisque might seem like a demanding dish to make, but you can now easily whip up your very own restaurant quality soup right in your kitchen! It might be rather time consuming when you start with a live lobster, but there are tons of flavour in that shell. For a flavourful lobster bisque, it is about the broth, so don’t forget to set aside those shells for your stock.
In Singapore, spaghetti can be a versatile ingredient, and with this recipe we recognise that it is even more so with this simple squid ink pasta recipe. This is a relatively simple recipe that can be performed in a little under an hour.
Crispy back bacon was used that extra crunch, while using the bacon fats are used for poaching the garlic. A well was also created to add a freshly cracked egg, and to top things off we used truffle oil for drizzling over the pasta, followed by even more Parmigiano cheese!
Time to treat your taste buds to exciting flavours of the sea with this delightfully simple Italian classic! This elegant seafood pasta dish should be kept as simple as possible to retain those natural briny juices of the clams; it would be unfortunate to lose them along with other flavours.
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.
Ragu may sound like an intimidating name for a dish. But fret not, it is an absolutely simple one-pot stew that everyone can make.
The main ingredient is beef chuck which is a tough and flavourful cut of beef, slow-cooked to perfection using San Remo sauces. We added sundried tomatoes, onions and a classic combination of celery and carrots for that subtle sweetness.
We decided to jump on the mod-sin cuisine bandwagon by using an iconic local dish – Chilli Crabs!
Who would have thought that it would be a perfect marriage between Singaporean Chilli crabs and pasta? The sweet, spicy and luscious sauce coats itself on every strand of linguine. In this case we used San Remo’s linguine, which has a nice thin, ribbon style to take in the crabby goodness.
The idea of One Pot Pasta caused a huge stir all over when Martha Stewart first published that recipe back in 2013. It rethinks the traditional way of cooking pasta, and makes it an easy must have for any home cook… so that’s why we decided to attempt this too.
How about whipping up a romantic dinner for two in the comfort of your home for this coming Valentine’s Day?
In the hustle and bustle of Chinese New Year, a quick and simple but extravagant dish is a must. San Remo’s Linguine with Abalone and XO sauce is the perfect meal. It never fails to impress your love ones and guests. 6 ingredients to make a meal to wow everyone. San Remo’s pasta is perfect to withstand and compliment the strong yet umami taste of the XO sauce, the abalone brings the dish together. Finishing off with spring onions and Sakura Ebi.