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 […]
In Singapore, most of us eat really well but there are also a lot of underprivileged families struggling to make ends meet on a tight budget. We partnered with Food from the Heart to create recipes using items from their School Goodie Bag programme, with a budget of around $5 dollars to make meal that […]
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
Encase in a claypot lays sweet succulent prawns on a bed of peppery springy vermicelli. A simple one pot dish but is packs with great flavors and textures. Be prepared to have your whole kitchen be gushed with aromas once you open the lid! #themeatmensg #simple #delicious #claypotdongfen #prawns
Think steamed tofu dishes are bland and tasteless? That needn’t be the case. With the addition of a few simple ingredients – these creamy blocks of tofu can be packed full of flavours. The two types of preserved eggs give this healthy dish a powerful boost of flavors. Add some shiitake and minced pork for […]
On a budget? Here’s an easy fried rice recipe with affordable ingredients that you don’t have to skimp out on flavors! Luncheon meat – so sinful and yet so good. This dish is one of the easiest things to make, and covers your three major food groups; carbohydrates, meat and (some form of) vegetables!
Beef Hor Fun with a popular zi char dish that many of us will always remember. Thinly sliced beef, tasty gravy over smooth rice noodles, that slightly charred taste, yummmm. Firstly, marinate the thinly sliced beef coat it in with egg white to give it a velvety texture when searing it. We used Borges Classic […]
Sweet yet savory. Juicy yet crispy. Popular for its versatility, Char Siu can be wrapped in baos, served with wonton noodles and can also to be enjoyed on its own with a plate of steaming rice.
Similar to Har Cheong Gai, these deep fried till golden pork ribs are moist, succulent and infused with the prawn paste. By marinating the ribs with prawn paste and lemongrass overnight, the ribs become tenderised and each bite is full of umami flavours. A definite pleasure for folks of all ages.
Easy to follow and minimal hands on work, with pre-made tart shells, you can now prepare your very own Portuguese egg tarts in just a few simple steps!