Salt and Pepper Prawns – 椒盐干炒虾

Don’t be fooled by its name, this recipe is so simple yet absolutely divine. You’ll be wondering why you hadn’t made it earlier! This dish hits all the notes – the crisp and crunch of the deep fried prawns coated in spice mix; definitely a crowd pleaser at every meal. Watch this video for a […]

Marmite Chicken – 妈蜜鸡

Whether you love or hate marmite, this recipe twists its rich flavour with sweet Asian tastes for delicious fried chicken pieces. This recipe reveals two cooking tips to keep your [ 1 ] sauces thick and viscous (never add water!) and [ 2 ] fried chicken ever-crispy (double fry!). Dare say it’s the “Korean Fried […]

Stir Fried Winged Bean with Prawns in Coconut Sauce – 椰汁炒四角豆

Tangy, sweet and coconutty, this recipe brings out the flavours of Thailand paired with a familiar crunch of winged beans! Trust us, this dish is not to be missed. An absolute delight over warm rice, you’ll definitely want seconds with this rempah. Wanna know the trade secret to crunchy winged beans? It’s in the shallow […]

Xing Zhou Mi Fen – 星洲米粉

Xing Zhou Mi Fen has so many variations that make it like Home, Truly (get it, Singaporeans?). This version is a simple yet tasteful recipe that uses shredded pork and omelette strips to dress the bee hoon. Known as Singapore-Style Noodles depending on where you’re at, Xing Zhou Mi Fen is an effortless stir-fried noodle […]

Handmade Youtiao – 油条

When we think of youtiao, we think of going to the hawker centres early on a Sunday morning and eating breakfast with our families. This recipe brings back bites of nostalgia! Whether you like your youtiao with porridge, youtiao with tau huay or you tiao with coffee, there’s no denying this extra airy and fluffy […]

Fish soup – 鱼片汤

When it comes to fish soups, this recipe trumps them all.  There are so many flavours in a single spoonful – the richness of the deep fried fish bones, the savouriness of dried sole fish and layered with fresh sweetness from ginger. And to top it all off, perfectly marinated tender fish slices. Now, all […]

Heng Hua Lor Mee – 兴化卤面 | Putian

Heng Hua or Xing Hua Lor Mee originated from Putian in Fujian Province in China. Just like the Chinese culture, the taste of Heng Hua Lor Mee is rich with so much depth! Don’t be fooled by its simplicity, this Heng Hua Lor Mee recipe is so flavourful with infused umami flavours from the clams. […]

Pen Cai – 盆菜

Pen Cai, also known as ‘poon choy or poon choi’ is a braised treasure pot of goodies with an unmatched flavor and fragrance! This dish is normally filled to the brim with layers and layers of premium seafood and meats for that intense umami flavour, so what’s not to like about this? In Singapore, it […]

Air Fryer Spring Rolls

Spring rolls, also known as “Chun Juan,春卷” in Chinese, are eaten during the Chinese New Year as a symbol of wealth and prosperity. The auspicious saying for eating spring rolls is “Huang Jin Wan Liang, 黄金万两”, which translates to a ton of gold. The golden cylindrical-shaped rolls represent gold bars which symbolises wealth.   In […]

[Air Fryer Series] Sweet & Sour Pork – 咕噜肉

Ever thought of Air Frying your Sweet & Sour Pork? Here is how! In Singapore, almost all mixed vegetable rice and Zi Char stalls sells this dish, it is a timeless classic loved by many! The pork is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, and the sauce is a perfect blend of […]