Haiyaa~ We are back with another classic home cooked dish, Egg Fried Rice. Easy to make yet delicious, seasoned with Uncle Roger’s favourite, MSG! MSG is no doubt the KING of seasoning used all over the world. Do remember that it is very important that you use overnight rice to make fried rice so that […]
A simple recipe of everyone’s favourite Hokkien Mee – there is little chance you have not tried a variant of this drool-worthy dish.
Eggs play a critical role in the creation of delicious cakes and pastries – the fresher the egg, the better the flavour.
The Meatmen’s Hakka Ngoh Hiang is a double fried delicious goodness filled with shrimps, fish and pork. The meaty taste from the minced meat is heightened by the sweetness of the shrimps. The diced water chestnuts gives it an additional crunch. You can make a big batch to freeze. Just take it out to thaw […]
Pork Trotter Beehoon – 猪脚米粉, is a classic grandparent’s house dish in Singapore and Malaysia. Every household has their own unique recipe but the essence of this dish stems from the canned pork trotters. As much as we advocate fresh ingredients, the flavours from the canned pork trotters is really a guilty pleasure!
Mee Siam is a familiar local dish that many of us grew up eating. This recipe brings across the flavours of our locally farmed fresh ingredients of fresh prawns, crunchy bean sprouts and hard boiled eggs, which goes perfectly with the tangy gravy and calamansi on the side.
Craving for a little spice on a sunny day in Singapore? This noodle dish is the perfect comfort food for that and is bound to both fill your belly and tickle your tastebuds. The taste of this dish is no stranger to the community and if you’re not a soup kind of person, this recipe […]
Since you can’t visit Singapore now, let us bring a part of us to your home in the form of a recipe! Today we will be making a Kaya Toast Cocktail inspired by a drink made by Din Hassan from Bitters and Love who has since left. This is our own rendition of the cocktail […]
A very popular snack amongst the Chinese community in Singapore, Chwee Kueh 水粿 is also known as “water rice cake”.
You might not be able to visit Singapore during this period, so we’re bringing some of our local recipes to you! Kueh dadar is a popular snack here, filled up with cooked grated coconut and gula melaka (palm sugar). A pan can then be used to make a thin pandan crepe, which can take some […]