Happy Deepavali to our Hindu friends, do we have a treat for you! Something we’re all familiar with, Nasi Biryani is known for the aromatic rice as the base for the meat on the dish. For this healthier recipe, we’ve used coconut oil as a replacement for ghee. Basmati rice also has a low –meidum […]
A popular chicken dish of Thai origins, Pandan Chicken is made complete by wrapping the chicken with Pandan leaves… literally.
A commonly known dim sum item, Lor Mai Gai is known by many as a well loved comfort food that is soft, tasty, and drool worthy.
The ever-popular dish of Braised Beef Brisket with Daikon is a favourite in Chinese cuisine. Not only is it super tasty, it’s also really easy to make in the comfort of home too!
Fans of spicy food rejoice!!! How many of you have had this experience where you’ve eaten something so spicy, but yet it’s so good you just can’t stop? We know this so well! This is the perfect example of that type of dish! Trust us when we say that Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Tofu tastes good […]
Today’s dish is presented by Chef Kenneth of Gattopardo, featuring his secret recipe of Wagyu Burger with Capsicum Aioli! What you’ll need (and this is the star of the dish) is a good piece of boneless wagyu short ribs! After pan searing, have it sous vide in a bag for 22 hours while learning to make your own […]
This is for the Japanese food lovers! Today’s recipe will prepare you to make your own Japanese set meal, from doing your own Uni Don (sea urchin rice), chawanmushi, all the way down to your own sashimi!
With a week more to the mooncake festival, here’s our healthier rendition to making a snowskin mooncake, and what else can be more local than to do a DURIAN one!
From Chef Jonathan Lee of Artichoke comes the Foie-ffle, a hearty recipe of waffles with foie gras butter, which is an invention of creativity.
First up, meet Chef William Bai from Buona Terra, who brings us his homemade recipe of Tagliolini Al Pioppini
Fragrant coconut rice, deep fried chicken drumsticks, ikan bilis, hard boiled egg, Nasi Lemak is an all-time favourite for us Asians!
Abacus seeds is one of the most iconic Hakka dishes. Often eaten during festivals, they are made by mixing mashed yam and tapioca flour which are then shaped into tiny balls resembling the beads on an abacus.