Thank God it’s Friday, and do we have a TREAT to try over the weekend! The Chinese, especially Teochews and Hokkiens love to braise their food. A good braised duck is cooked with love in a pot of soy sauce based braising liquid with essential aromatics.
One of our local breakfast favourites, this is something that every Singaporean loves with a passion!
Chwee Kueh literally means water cake. It is a type of steamed rice cake topped with preserved radish (chye por).
People who love Rojak will very likely be big on Cuttlefish Kangkong as well. It’s refreshing to have the blanched cuttlefish mixed together Kangkong (water spinach), added with the spicy yet sweet peanut sauce.
If you’re local. and spice is your thing, you’re probably a fan of Curry Fish Head. And like many of you, so are we!
It comes as no secret that a good bowl of Prawn Noodles lies in a few factors, the texture of the noodles, prawns cooked just right QQ, chop stick tender pork ribs and last but not least THE BROTH. Many of us who love hawker fare will definitely love a good bowl of soupy Prawn Noodles, and we’re no execption!
Everyone loves fried potatoes! Begedil, a Malay style fried potato patty made with mashed potatoes, spices and Chinese celery.
For those looking for a meal to be cooked within 15 minutes, this is it!
This dish tastes awesome, not to mention that it’s quick and easy to make too. The use of this hot & sour sauce really kicked up our appetite, and once you’re done with your first mouthful you really don’t want to stop.
Mee Siam, as the name suggests, means Siamese noodles. It is a perfect dish for breakfast as the beehoon (thin rice vermicelli) soaked in the light and sour-tasting gravy immediately awakens up your appetite!
This fluffy peanut pancake invokes lots of childhood memories for us. Who doesn’t love a moist and fluffy pancake, stuffed with a generous portion of crushed peanut?
We heard you guys! So here’s the recipe for Kicap Cili aka dark chili sauce to go with your Mee Soto! This sauce adds that sweetness and spice to give your Mee Soto the extra kick that makes us all love it.
Claypot Rice, also fondly known by 煲仔饭, is a popular hawker dish that always brings in queues during dinner time. With some effort, you can recreate this dish at the comfort of your own home too.
At first glance, one might think that Mee Soto is *just* souped noodles. That cannot be further from the truth! In Asia, Mee Soto is a hawker hero that can be found in almost every so many food store for a good reason – it’s damn sedap!