Chilli Pan Mee Pasta – 辣椒板面

Got a craving for pan mee but looking to cook it with a mod-sin twist? Then this recipe will be a good fit for you. We used San Remo tagliatelle pasta to emulate the pan mee texture, and it works really well for this dish. The chilli paste is key in this dish, a heavenly […]

Chilli Ginger Steamed Fish – 辣姜蒸鱼

A lot of times, simple cooking is the best, Fresh sea bass or any white fish steamed with a soy based chilli ginger sauce which gives it an extra kick to the taste. This dish can be done under 20 minutes with little to no fuss, give the recipe a try and let us know […]

Kou Shui Ji – 口水鸡

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

Spicy Sichuan Lamb Stir-fry - 四川香辣羊肉

Spicy Sichuan Lamb Stir-fry – 四川香辣羊肉

Enjoy that stinging sensation on your tongue? That buzzing head rush? The fiery blast erupting throughout your body with every bite? REJOICE! For this dish is literally da’ bomb for you spice junkies out there!

Claypot Pork Belly With Salted Fish - 砂锅咸鱼五花肉

Claypot Pork Belly With Salted Fish – 砂锅咸鱼五花肉

It’s undeniable, the marvelousness of these beautiful clay vessels. A great insulator for any dish, cooks food faster while retaining all its flavour and moisture, food cooked in claypot somehow always seem more fragrant and hearty. Using claypot also helps the food cook in its own juices and keeps all that nutrients sealed in, developing a more intense flavour for any claypot dish – it’s the perfect culinary hack to save hours in the kitchen. Using minimum ingredients and time but loaded with full flavours, enjoy this sizzling hot delight of pork belly slices topped with salted fish in just 45 minutes!

Lontong Sayur Lodeh – 蔬菜咖喱米糕

Lontong Sayur Lodeh is an aromatic vegetable coconut curry which features compressed rice cake (better known as Lontong), complemented with a rich and mildly spicy broth and a host of healthy greens.

Garlic and Chilli Cockles - 蒜香伴血蚶

Garlic and Chilli Cockles – 蒜香伴血蚶

This spicy-garlicky dish will have you slurping the rich ‘hum’ juices and licking your fingers for more! For most of us Singaporeans, we can get these boiled cockles at the hawker centre, having fun prying and picking them open, and dipping them in punchy sambal belacan sauce. Cockles have long had a bad reputation of being the harbinger of hepatitis, but with the proper handling and thorough cooking, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about! They are also known to be high in iron and great for people with anemia.

Hot & Sour Tofu Soup – 酸辣豆腐湯

We love our mums, and want them to be happy and healthy; so for this Mother’s Day, try cooking a flavorful hot and sour soup that is not only tingly for the taste buds, but also great for a family dinner!

Dry Bak Kut Teh – 干肉骨茶

If you’re looking to give mummy dearest a treat for Mother’s Day, this sumptuous treat of Dry Bak Kut Teh would be a great choice! Most of us are familiar with the soupy version of BKT, but how about trying it out a tantalizing dry version?