Thick starchy gravy . This is the general idea that people have of Lor Mee. Yes it’s all true, and it’s too damn shiok! If you’re a fan of braised dishes with that dark gooey sauce, you’ll love this Lor Mee recipe.
Bak Chang (also known as 粽子) is a dish that many of us here love. Though there are plenty of popular stalls in Singapore, its origins are from China. Bak Chang is most popularly eaten during the Duan Wu Festival, which happens this weekend.
We made the choice of using simple tomato sauce to compliment the chorizo sausage that we got for this – which was rather delish. If you are to try, BE VERY DELICATE with the ravioli, and that when cooking them the do not break, so as to keep the meaty taste within these happy pouches. (We broke a couple and those were rather diluted, sadly)
Warm muffins, sassy savory bacon and loose runny yolk. Don’t forget the freshly made hollandaise sauce, creamy butter soaked with more eggy goodness. We had the idea of making Eggs Ben from scratch – muffin to sauce. Many eggs were killed in the making.