Another dish that is perfect for that Christmas season, for the whole family – this is especially great if you have fans of MEATBALLS here!
Here’s a meaty dish to get the Christmas mood revving on! With a 2kg chunk of ham, this is an ideal thing to serve in an Xmas party. This recipe serves up to 10, and with minimal effort too.
A super simple dish that busy families can cook under 30 minutes, this herbal Sea Bass recipe has just 5 (yes, five!) steps that has a delicate taste and a has beneficial properties like improving blood circulation and dispelling wind too! All you need for the sauce is water, rice wine, dang gui, chuan xiong […]
Thunder Tea Rice, a commonly seen dish of Hakka origin is commonly found in local hawker centers and generally constitutes of a good mix of vegetables and protein served in yummilicious goodness.
Ginkgo Barley also known as 白果薏米 is one of the popular desserts that we have grown up loving. Not only is it super easy, it’s also incredibly smooth and tasty.
A dish of spanish origin, seafood paella is made using various seafood like squids, mussels, and prawns too for to create a feast for the family!
A simple recipe for anytime of the day, this recipe consists of everyone’s favourite, BACON!
Oxtails cooked with red wine in the pressure cooker until fork-tender, perfect for mash potatoes or rice!
This is a super simple and light dish which works great (The meat filling is also really simple to make!) when paired with other heavy tasting dishes. We used Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Tofu, which has this great natural soybean-ey aroma and silky smooth texture. Combine that with steaming – a delicate cooking technique which draws […]
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.