A popular version of Bak Kut Teh, this is a different variant from the ones we normally have that is immersed with pepper and garlic.
Traditionally consumed by women during confinement periods, the Pork Trotter Vinegar 猪脚醋 is also a hit among Singaporeans who are not on a post-natal diet!
Running out of ideas on what to cook for your family this weekend? Check out this Oy-some Braised Sea Cucumber with Pork Belly recipe video using our Lee Kum Kee Premium Brand Oyster sauce! 😋
A very simple yet delicious dish to make for your 3 dish 1 soup dinner at home! This is a dish that can be done in 15 to 20 minutes but also taste so flavourful from the pork and fragrant basil, not to mention chilli padis for an extra kick. The key is high heat […]
Perfect for breakfast or a rainy day, cooked using pork broth just until the rice breaks apart, then paired with homemade meatballs (using pork lard) and century eggs, making the congee full of rich flavours. Customize your own toppings any way you like, be it with peanuts of even you tiao. Simple and comforting recipes […]
A great addition to the classic sambal petai, the crispy sio bak adds another texture and flavour element to it. If you want to make your own sambal and crispy sio bak we have included the links below too! http://themeatmen.sg/sio-bak-roast-pork-belly/ http://themeatmen.sg/sambal-belacan/
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.
Here’s something truly magnificent, and drool-worthy to be cooking up for this Chinese New Year! Very few things can beat abalone during this festive season, and braised pork belly is nothing short of perfect to go with this.
Crispy fried pork chops can be found all around the world, but Hainanese Pork Chop is a favorite east meets west dish that’s easy to cook and enjoyed by the whole family.
Love meat and a jolly good time guys? Here’s an easy and tantalizing recipe for that Christmas dinner.