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.
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!
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?
Petai, its either you hate it or you love it.. It is known for its medicinal purposes and gives an instant energy boost. The taste is nutty and creamy to petai lovers. It’s often cooked in a spicy sambal sauce with succulent prawns, squid or even crispy fried anchovies.
Fragrant coconut rice, deep fried chicken drumsticks, ikan bilis, hard boiled egg, Nasi Lemak is an all-time favourite for us Asians!
Hainanese Chicken Rice is an iconic term to many of us. A true Singaporean dish, most people would have had a taste of this yummy dish!
Want a burger that truly fill with salted egg yolk flavor? Forget about the queue at McDonald’s, we will teach you how to make your own salted egg yolk burger at home with as much sauce as you want!
Beef Rendang is probably one of the most iconic Asian meat dishes, and worthy of that claim. Our mix of freshly made rempah and toasted coconut adds a load of flavour to the beef.
Now, what do we look for in a good jar of sambal belacan? It is crucial to toast the belacan paste until it emits a strong smell – after you get through the initial “stink up the kitchen” stage, what follows is an immense fragrance! Add some fresh chilies, aromatics and fresh lime juice to the mix and you’ve got yourself a wonderful keepsake!
Sambal kangkong is a dish that doesn’t need much prep and looks deceptively simple. BUT, here’s a tip we figured out. The wok has to be SMOKING hot when the kangkong goes in! Fry a small portion at a time and don’t be greedy because the moment too much kangkong hits the wok, the temperature lowers and your stir fry becomes soup!