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!
Fish head steamboat is comfort food for many, especially on a rainy day. We’ve created a recipe so you can enjoy the dish from the comfort of your home.
Crispy Chicken Karaage is super easy to make and the perfect dish when you have a get-together at home! The secret to getting this dish golden brown and super crispy is in the double frying technique. Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Mmmm~ Pair this dish with cherry tomatoes and shredded Japanese […]
Widely known as Hokkaido milk bread, these Japanese soft milk buns are known to have a fluffy melt in your mouth milky texture – awesome right?
Looking for recipes that will cover all aspects of your family’s meal? Look no further! Pork rib stew, Watercress chicken soup, and much more, our 3 Dish and 1 Soup series (三菜一汤) series aims to surprise with a tantalizing combo! Give it a try and share your passion for cooking with your loved ones. […]
Mee Siam is a familiar local dish that many of us grew up eating. This recipe brings across the flavours of our locally farmed fresh ingredients of fresh prawns, crunchy bean sprouts and hard boiled eggs, which goes perfectly with the tangy gravy and calamansi on the side.
Working from home? Looking for something new to eat? We have the perfect dish for you! , Gyūdon, can be made under 30minutes. Simple and easy steps to replicate yet wholesome in flavour. Sweet, savoury and super yummy! Add a soft boiled egg to create a richful experience We are starting a new series of […]
The long wait for local Instant Pot fans is finally over, it has landed on Singapore’s shores!
This classic dish features chicken breasts stuffed with thin slices of ham and cheese that are then coated in breadcrumbs and pan-fried. Simple and easy to make for people who need a quick fix! For the alcohol lovers out there, adding in Brandy gives a sweet and oaky flavor to the dish, alcohol also helps […]
Here’s an interesting recipe – something that hails from the Philippines! For those wondering, Chicken Adobo is a Filipino stew cooked using the ‘inadobo’ style. Inadobo cooking normally entails cooking with vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic.