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.
Though it’s North African in origin, these days shakshuka is popular in the Middle East and in hip cafes throughout the whole world. Given its versatility, it’s easy to see why. It’s quick; it’s simple; it’s easy to scale up or down; and it works for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or a midnight snack.
It is a dish you rarely see on menus, yet tomato and eggs are a classic staple of Chinese home cooking. Tomatoes, eggs and spring onions may seem like simple, basic ingredients but the subtle complexity of this dish is often overlooked as it is such a humble and easy-to-cook dish. Have you ever taken a bite of tomato and eggs and wondered how the eggs manage to taste like tangy tomatoes, yet is still fluffy? Although tomato and eggs seem like an easy omelette thrown in together the pan right off the bat, these two ingredients are actually cooked separately to retain its respective textures.
A B C, it’s as easy as 1 2 3. Forget store bought chicken stock, this wholesome pot of homemade soup can be made effortlessly with just one pot and a few simple ingredients.
Great for the whole family, and easy to make, this recipe is one for everyone including the picky eaters! Seasoned chicken breasts coated with breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese is a perfect combination that is really addictive.
A traditional steak and mushroom pie, with the Guinness giving it a robust and rich flavour. As it cooks slowly in the oven, the meat become melt in your mouth tender. The meat in dark silky gravy from the reduced stout and stock, enriched from the mushroom and beef flavour…yumms. Topped with flaky buttery puff pastry, it is a dish that delivers a good cheer to the soul.
The idea of One Pot Pasta caused a huge stir all over when Martha Stewart first published that recipe back in 2013. It rethinks the traditional way of cooking pasta, and makes it an easy must have for any home cook… so that’s why we decided to attempt this too.
This traditional and umami packed soup is a refreshing change to the dark coloured braised duck we eat often.
Starting on our Christmas recipe series, we have a simple 40 minute recipe that is good for the whole family!
The chicken is baked with turmeric in the oven, before adding it into the rempah. The combination of the spice and sweetness with the tomatoes is simply shiok, to say the least. We’d like to add that it tastes even better if you can wait to eat it the next day.