Our very simple recipe includes red chili, buah keluak, toasted belachan, which is quite simple. These days wet market sellers remove them from the shells, making them quite easy to prepare.
Comfort food dish are always the best, most of us would have had this dish at growing up. Super easy to make and definitely a keeper for home dinners! Give it a try, we like ours with extra Tau Pok! #themeatmensg #simple #delicious #tauyubak #comfortfood P.S. Say, if you like our recipe videos, don’t forget […]
One of our favorite things to eat when we visit Taiwan, they serve them in small little bowls and you get to a Lu Dan (braised egg) or a sunny side up along with it. We recreated ours with one aim, which is when you taste it, your lips will somewhat get coated with a […]
In Singapore, most of us eat really well but there are also a lot of underprivileged families struggling to make ends meet on a tight budget. We partnered with Food from the Heart to create recipes using items from their School Goodie Bag programme, with a budget of around $5 dollars to make meal that […]
This time we decided to up our otak-otak game by giving it a restaurant level presentation! We added 3 types of seafood to make the otak-otak have more sweetness and texture. Steaming it in coconut shells not only adds a nutty sweetness to the otak-otak but also makes it a feast for the senses. #themeatmensg […]
Easy to follow and minimal hands on work, with pre-made tart shells, you can now prepare your very own Portuguese egg tarts in just a few simple steps!
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.