[Uncle Roger Approve?] Egg Fried Rice – 蛋炒饭

Haiyaa~ We are back with another classic home cooked dish, Egg Fried Rice. Easy to make yet delicious, seasoned with Uncle Roger’s favourite, MSG! MSG is no doubt the KING of seasoning used all over the world. Do remember that it is very important that you use overnight rice to make fried rice so that […]

Hakka Ngoh Hiang – 客家五香

The Meatmen’s Hakka Ngoh Hiang is a double fried delicious goodness filled with shrimps, fish and pork. The meaty taste from the minced meat is heightened by the sweetness of the shrimps. The diced water chestnuts gives it an additional crunch. You can make a big batch to freeze. Just take it out to thaw […]

Pork Trotter Beehoon – 猪脚米粉

Pork Trotter Beehoon – 猪脚米粉, is a classic grandparent’s house dish in Singapore and Malaysia. Every household has their own unique recipe but the essence of this dish stems from the canned pork trotters. As much as we advocate fresh ingredients, the flavours from the canned pork trotters is really a guilty pleasure!

Herbal Bak Kut Teh

A popular version of Bak Kut Teh, this is a different variant from the ones we normally have that is immersed with pepper and garlic.

Pork Trotter Vinegar – 猪脚醋

Traditionally consumed by women during confinement periods, the Pork Trotter Vinegar 猪脚醋 is also a hit among Singaporeans who are not on a post-natal diet!

Pork and Basil stir fry – 罗勒炒猪肉

A very simple yet delicious dish to make for your 3 dish 1 soup dinner at home! This is a dish that can be done in 15 to 20 minutes but also taste so flavourful from the pork and fragrant basil, not to mention chilli padis for an extra kick. The key is high heat […]

Century Egg and Meatball Congee – 皮蛋肉丸粥

Perfect for breakfast or a rainy day, cooked using pork broth just until the rice breaks apart, then paired with homemade meatballs (using pork lard) and century eggs, making the congee full of rich flavours. Customize your own toppings any way you like, be it with peanuts of even you tiao. Simple and comforting recipes […]

Stir Fried Roast Pork with Sambal Petai – 烧肉炒臭豆

A great addition to the classic sambal petai, the crispy sio bak adds another texture and flavour element to it. If you want to make your own sambal and crispy sio bak we have included the links below too! http://themeatmen.sg/sio-bak-roast-pork-belly/ http://themeatmen.sg/sambal-belacan/