One of the most popular dishes in Indian cuisine, Tandoori Chicken is adored by many around the globe. Unfortunately, many people are actually intimidated by its name, as it sounds like it’s going to be a challenge to make. Well, it’s not exactly that difficult and you don’t need a Tandoor oven to create that authentic flavour too.
On a budget? Here’s an easy fried rice recipe with affordable ingredients that you don’t have to skimp out on flavors! Luncheon meat – so sinful and yet so good. This dish is one of the easiest things to make, and covers your three major food groups; carbohydrates, meat and (some form of) vegetables!
Beef Hor Fun with a popular zi char dish that many of us will always remember. Thinly sliced beef, tasty gravy over smooth rice noodles, that slightly charred taste, yummmm. Firstly, marinate the thinly sliced beef coat it in with egg white to give it a velvety texture when searing it. We used Borges Classic […]
Ondeh Ondeh, is a favourite childhood dessert to many people all around. Melted Gula Melaka wrapped in the middle of chewy glutinous rice balls, which are then coated in shaved coconut… just a bite of it can instantly bring a smile to anyone’s face. Previously we did a simple pandan ondeh ondeh, but in this […]
A traditional Peranakan dish, slowly braised succulent pork belly immersed in a luscious dark thick sauce with fermented soy beans.
Rich, moist, sweet and of course full of banana flavour. Look out for those bright yellow skin with spots of brown. Use the ripest or better, overripe bananas for that boost of natural sweetness – an essential for a successful banana bread. The addition of greek yogurt brings out that soft tender texture, making it a great base for the walnuts. Toast your walnuts to minimize its bitterness and bring out that rich earthy flavour. But make sure to not leave them in the oven for too long or your toasty brown walnuts might turn black in the blink of an eye.
The iconic Pandan Chiffon Cake, it’s startling how humble ingredients are used to create such a fluffy and fragrant cake. You can enjoy great countless slices of this cake without feeling guilty. Perfect with a cup of kopi-o.
Perfumed with the aroma of butter and lemongrass. Here’s a different take, different from the usual creamy butter prawns.
Sweet yet savory. Juicy yet crispy. Popular for its versatility, Char Siu can be wrapped in baos, served with wonton noodles and can also to be enjoyed on its own with a plate of steaming rice.
Similar to Har Cheong Gai, these deep fried till golden pork ribs are moist, succulent and infused with the prawn paste. By marinating the ribs with prawn paste and lemongrass overnight, the ribs become tenderised and each bite is full of umami flavours. A definite pleasure for folks of all ages.
Vegan dishes have come a long way. Fusing together savoury textures along with a list of health benefits, Quorn Breaded Fillet lets you stick to your diet plans without having to miss out on your favourite food! Made with Mycoprotein, a type of natural fungus that underwent fermentation, this fungi based protein is a good source of dietary fibre and is free from cholesterol and trans fats. Bringing with it a mild umami taste, this crisp vegan fillet makes a great pair with bold flavours.
If you are craving for pasta but looking for an alternative sauce that is not white or tomato, then give this recipe a shot. This sweet and savoury Bang Bang Shrimp Pasta dish will satisfy both your Asian and Western cuisine cravings all at one go!