Our very simple recipe includes red chili, buah keluak, toasted belachan, which is quite simple. These days wet market sellers remove them from the shells, making them quite easy to prepare.
A traditional nonya kueh favourite, Kueh Salat is also known as Kuih Seri Muka and is very popular in Asia. We used pandan juice and pandan paste amongst other ingredients amongst other things to create the kaya mixture/layer. We used rinse-free Kinmemai Better White Rice, which has more fibre, vitamins and better immune system boosting […]
New to decorative bento? This will be a fun recipe and especially a treat for the young ones. An hour or so is all you would need to create an eye-catching meal for your kid to bring to school in a snack box.
Here’s something for our vegetarian friends! The recipe is simple, and easy to do.
Green is good – with wonderful toppings like chye sim, tau kwa, cashew nuts, ikan bilis and more, this mouthful combination of Thunder Tea Rice is not only tasty, but also healthy for a family weekend meal!
A wholesome bowl of goodness, poke bowls are nourishing, tasty, and a whole lot of fun to make too! We created a spicy mayo version of this dish for you the guys who like salmon and spice at the same time. For fuller flavors, we cut the salmon into nice chunks of ¾ inches, and […]
Chicken rice is definitely one of our favourite food In Singapore, for our next recipe created with Food from the Heart School Goodie Bag Campaign and a budget of around $5 dollars, we made a simple to do yet really delicious one pot rice cooker chicken and mushroom rice, the taste is very close to […]
On a budget? Here’s an easy fried rice recipe with affordable ingredients that you don’t have to skimp out on flavors! Luncheon meat – so sinful and yet so good. This dish is one of the easiest things to make, and covers your three major food groups; carbohydrates, meat and (some form of) vegetables!
Vegan dishes have come a long way. Fusing together savoury textures along with a list of health benefits, Quorn Breaded Fillet lets you stick to your diet plans without having to miss out on your favourite food! Made with Mycoprotein, a type of natural fungus that underwent fermentation, this fungi based protein is a good source of dietary fibre and is free from cholesterol and trans fats. Bringing with it a mild umami taste, this crisp vegan fillet makes a great pair with bold flavours.
Also known for their fascinating array of quirky food inventions and flavours, the Japanese has once again struck the culinary world with its new reinvention of the rice ball and sandwich! Basically a sushi sandwich, the slices of bread have been replaced with seaweed and rice to form what they call – Onigirazu.