Master the tricky art of making tofu in a handful of minutes! This protein rich food can be made just by steaming a simple mixture of eggs and soy milk. To get that delightful hint of greens, adding chopped spinach to the mixture will do the trick.
It’s mid-way through the Mid-Autumn Festival and, if you’re a goodie-loving foodie like us, this scrumptious Tofu with Egg and Clam Soup is just the right treat for all the right reasons. Simple to make and easy to digest, it’s a delicious reprieve in between those rich festive indulgences.
Soft, bouncy and smooth – steamed tofu serves as a healthy and extremely versatile side dish that pairs well with rice or noodles. Fast and quick to prepare, it is your ideal go-to recipe when you are in a hurry to prepare something for lunch or dinner. Tofu by itself is relatively bland and does […]
Our mouthwatering Pan-fried Tofu with Korean sauce is astonishingly easy to make, is chock full of flavour yet barely registers on the calorie count – just in time to rescue you from those festive indulgences!
Our Tofu Pudding is a humble morsel of heaven which features not just any ordinary salted caramel, but Salted Gula Melaka Caramel – which really shines against the subtle creamy flavour of the tofu!
A simple recipe that can be used for a yummy weekend, claypot yong tau foo is a classic that can be enjoyed by most.
This humble rendition of the cheesecake began as one lone New York woman’s quest for a more nutritious, and healthier cheesecake – the same ones that bear the famous city’s name.
Innocent, plain looking ingredients but packed with a myriad of flavours when put together. Mild soybean taste that goes well with almost any food, some enjoy it cold, some like it piping hot. With our recipe, you can easily make your very own steamed tofu so soft it literally melts away in your mouth.
We combine moist chunks of crab meat, kneaded in with a perfect harmony of tofu, panko and rich mayonnaise, a refreshing squeeze of lemon, then pan-fry the patties to perfection. The result – creamy crab cakes that have that beautiful airy crunch on the outside, and fluffy firmness on the inside.
Yi Zi Ban is a Hakka traditional snack from Tai Po County, Guangdong Province. It has a history of more than 300 years. One long forgotten dish, the story is that Hakka mother will prepare this dish for her son when he travels on a long journey overseas and to ensure his safe return.