This hearty assortment of salted eggs, century eggs and beaten egg whites with spinach is a popular “zi char” favourite. Loved by everyone for its simplicity and versatility, eggs are packed with a load full of proteins, vitamins and healthy fats. Nestled within each type of egg is a distinct taste of its own.
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.
Also known for their fascinating array of quirky food inventions and flavours, the Japanese has once again struck the culinary world with its new reinvention of the rice ball and sandwich! Basically a sushi sandwich, the slices of bread have been replaced with seaweed and rice to form what they call – Onigirazu.
Crispy savoury shells packed with sweet, spicy and juicy fillings – “Just one bite” never seems to work on these delectable little treats.
Full of crunchy sauteed vegetables, savoury minced beef and spicy red bibimbap paste, this signature Korean dish is your one stop source for an exciting assortment of colors, flavours and textures!
Give those fancy looking sushi rolls a miss and try your hands at these adorable round shaped sushi instead!
Mouth-watering plate of fried rice loaded with all your favourite mix-ins huddled under that luscious soft yellow egg blanket, this delightfully simple combination of egg and ketchup rice topped with rich brown sauce serves as the perfect comfort food on any lazy days.
Unfortunately, even with the numerous shelves of ‘healthy, fat-free’ salad dressing options, store bought dressing may be packed with artificial flavouring and preservatives. It might just turn your healthy meal into a fat bomb. But don’t let all those nutrients go to waste, why not create your own healthy version of salad dressing!
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.