Rendang is always a spicy favourite amongst us Asian people. Thick chunks of spiced meat with the fragrant spices is simply irresistible such that talking about it makes our mouths water! But the use of sugar and coconut milk takes a toll on our health, so we tried out a healthier, yet still as yummy version of chicken rendang for you guys to enjoy.
Truly all American food, waffles with fried chicken has been a hit all over the world! Seriously, pair these 2 favourites together and you got something that’s both sweet and savory. The addition of maple syrup when serving just make it even more yummy!
Steamed radish cake is a very traditional dim sum dish that’s often served in dim sum restaurants. It’s affordable to make, and can be whipped up simply for a party at your home!
One of the more popular ways to enjoy yong tau fu. This method of serving yong tau hu originated from Ampang, KL.
Many people have this misconception that kuehs are very hard to make. Our yam cake recipe turned out surprisingly simple.
What’s better than cereal prawns? Cereal FISH of course! And for this dish we used barramundi belly, this premium cut of fish fits three criterias.
Firstly, it comes with delicious melt-in-your-mouth fats. Secondly, the flesh is chunky and tender and lastly, it is even boneless!
This recipe calls for marinating boneless chicken thighs in yogurt and chilli powder, which not only flavours the meat but at the same time tenderises it. The flavourful butter and cream sauce has a rich yet tangy taste from the use of tomato purée. Serve with loads of fresh coriander as it’s perfect with rice or naan bread!
Pineapple tarts must be the most popular CNY snack in Singapore! The sweet fibrous pineapple jam filling, seated on a crumbly buttery tart base. Who doesn’t like the sound of that?
Literally meaning sugar and vinegar, this is a dish with classic Chinese origins. Zhe Jiang vinegar is made from fermented glutinous rice. It is dark in colour and and has a rich and smoky flavour. These flavours are then imparted to the pork ribs during the cooking process. Sugar makes the sauce rich and sticky, allowing it to coat itself on the spare ribs. Giving this dish the perfect SWEET and SOUR balance!
A long forgotten dish overshadowed by the Taiwanese and Korean fried chicken craze.
Now, everyone must have eaten LEMON CHICKEN or heard of it before somewhere! This classic dish was wildly popular decades ago. Everyone, from the young to the old loved it! Good old crispy fried chicken coated with a sweet and tangy sauce, oozing with fresh scent of lemons.