Roasting – the ultimate secret to that flawless juicy melt-in-your-mouth meat, bursting with all the right flavours. This slow method of cooking may take up a bit of time but requires very minimal effort. To achieve that rich succulent texture, lamb leg is the ideal cut.
Give those fancy looking sushi rolls a miss and try your hands at these adorable round shaped sushi instead!
Often dominated by the savoury blend of salt, citrus and heat, Tex-Mex food is well-known for its rich symphony of flavours. And through a series of culinary creations, there came about the glorious invention of burrito bowls! Time to say “Hasta La Vista!” to overpriced Mexican food at fancy restaurants, and whip up this budget friendly Chipotle-style burrito bowl easily in just half an hour.
An immensely simple recipe for any lunch or dinner, a good serving of tuna poke bowl can be a perfectly sweet spot for a meal for 2! This dish is much simpler to put together than it looks. The key is in marinating the tuna chutoro, then adding in spring onions and sesame seeds. When […]
Fresh fish tastes sweet on its own, so we won’t need much seasoning here. Savoury Ikura (salmon roe) plus our special mentaiko (pollock roe) mayo acts as seasoning for the vinegar rice.
Crispy golden brown crust enveloping juicy tender sake flavoured chicken meat between 2 perfectly pan seared brown rice patties just screams Chicken Katsu Burger. The hero of the dish is the rice. The rice should be sticky, chewy and moist enough to form a perfect rice patty without breaking apart when it’s pan seared. We would say brown rice burger patties are the new burger buns.
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.
It’s hard to not exaggerate the symbolic identity Kimchi has on the Korean culture. Koreans love their Kimchi so much most of them have a separate fridge entirely dedicated to it! Spicy, tangy and crunchy, you are sure to find this distinctive fermented cabbage side dish served at almost every meal.
This Teochew dish favoured for its easy-to-digest mildness and help in detoxing the body. Surprisingly, it was once considered bad luck to have porridge on Chinese New Year because it was seen as a food for the poor. Now, the humble porridge is something many of us look forward to as a yummy relief to break up those indulgent meals.
There are many variations of nasi ulam (Malay herb rice) and Nasi Kerabu stands out with its signature blue rice, naturally coloured with dried butterfly pea flowers. This dish originated from the north-eastern states of Kelantan and Terengganu on Peninsular Malaysia, but can now be found all across Malaysia and even in Singapore.