If you like the taste of assam, then you’re in for a treat! This recipe has a fruity twist on the classic Assam Chilli Prawns, sweet & tangy all at the same time! The sweetness from the pineapple infused with sauce~ MmmmImmensely delicious and surprisingly straightforward to cook. Try this recipe out this week and […]
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 […]
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, 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!
This dish has become an online sensation after the award winning movie Parasite and when we first tasted it we could understand why! Even without the steak, the mixture of the two instant noodles tasted so good! Jjapaguri was created long before the movie, it is essentially Chapagetti which is something like jajangmyeon combined with […]
An alternative to making the traditional mooncakes, try making these Snow Skin Mooncakes. Because of its mochi like texture people love it, especially kids! It’s a perfect delicacy to serve as an afternoon snack or even dessert during the Mid Autumn festival. On the plus side, they are so easy to make! There’s no baking […]
It’s almost Mid-Autumn festival, and this year we decided to show you guys how to make the classic lotus filling mooncake and yes, we like ours with salted egg yolk! This is perfect to make as gifts to loved ones and the best thing is that it’s pretty easy to make and not too time […]
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/
A unique variation of sze chuan liang mian (麻辣涼面), but using San Remo angel hair pasta, this recipe is bound to be a hit with the mala lovers; one that really plays with your tastebuds with the mala spice and ‘shiok’ cold noodles.
A simple recipe that suits even the kitchen noobs, this recipe can be done any day of the week if you’re a fan of salmon.