For those who are fans of Thai recipes, here is a variation for you that can be whipped up for you homemakers under 30 minutes (yes to time savings!)
An alternative to making the traditional mooncakes, try making these Snow Skin Mooncakes. Because of its mochi like texture people love it, especially kids! It’s a perfect delicacy to serve as an afternoon snack or even dessert during the Mid Autumn festival. On the plus side, they are so easy to make! There’s no baking […]
Today’s recipe will be a good balance of meat, salad, and tangy goodness! To make mango achar, we chose green mangoes and cut them with skin still on, after which we mix them with condiments. We then heat up a mixture and pour it over the mango, before setting aside. Use your preferred cut of […]
An appropriate way to complement your Christmas feasting, this recipe is wholesome and yummy for the whole family.
A simple recipe that suits even the kitchen noobs, this recipe can be done any day of the week if you’re a fan of salmon.
One of our favorite things to eat when we visit Taiwan, they serve them in small little bowls and you get to a Lu Dan (braised egg) or a sunny side up along with it. We recreated ours with one aim, which is when you taste it, your lips will somewhat get coated with a […]
Most of us have heard largely about how black garlic, also known as “black gold” has great benefits for us. In this recipe we decided to do something nutritious – so we made a simple, healthy and delicious chicken soup with it! The sweetness from the black garlic along with a whole chicken, dried scallops […]
Baked miso salmon, this recipe so simple to make and tasty, it’s bound to make your Christmas dinner fuss free this year. The miso marinade is a perfect match for a fish oil rich fish like salmon, just prepare the marinade pop in the salmon fillet which you guys can order from our friends at […]
Vegan food just got a whole lot better! With the growing number of veganism, there are more meat-free options available than ever before. Crispy outer crust and tender insides, this meat-free breaded fillet is the solution for vegans who want to reminisce about the real deal. Rather than using processed forms of gluten and soy to imitate the flavours and aesthetics of the real thing, Quorn breaded fillet is made with Mycoprotein, a natural type of fungus that went through fermentation. High in protein and low in saturated fat, it is a healthier alternative to meat – great for managing cholesterol levels and those watching their weight.
A simple recipe that can be used for a yummy weekend, claypot yong tau foo is a classic that can be enjoyed by most.