Easy to follow and minimal hands on work, with pre-made tart shells, you can now prepare your very own Portuguese egg tarts in just a few simple steps!
Bringing together the citrusy flavours of lime, sweetness of the ginger flowers and nutty grains of puffed rice, find that amazing balance of refreshingly hot, sweet and savoury flavours all in one dish!
Seductively soft flesh simmered in irresistible sweet salty flavours – this sinful culinary delight will keep your taste buds beckoning for another bite! With merely 10 simple steps, you can now easily indulge in the guilty pleasures of tender pork belly pieces and sweet daikon slices!
Richer, thicker and drier than the usual curries – this dark orange gravy brings about that delectable harmony of traditional Chinese and Malay flavours all into one hearty dish. However, regardless of how appetizing it is, curry may not be the most waist friendly option due to the frightening amounts of cream used.
Delicately thin crisp exterior, soft creamy batter – these unmistakable little round balls hailing from Osaka has never missed a spot in the countless of Japanese food guides out there. Although traditionally stuffed with octopus slices, other variations have also popped up along the way. Such as ham and cheese, which are usually a hit among kids, as well as shrimp pieces for an equally delicious substitute for octopus.
Beat the heat and indulge in these frozen remakes of the classic Thai mango sticky rice dessert! Made with actual rice grains,the recipe for this creamy sweet goodness is really straightforward, doesn’t take long to make and is friendly on the figure too. What a sweet deal! (Literally)
Steamboats are a must have during Chinese New Year dinner in lots of household, these year we came up with quick and easy soups that you can choose from. As Singaporean we love spicy food so we decide to make Mala soup base, we are feeling the numbness just thinking about it. But it you are not able to take the heat we also have our Herbal chicken soup base with is nourishing for the body.
Diced tofu and meat glistening in that dangerously red sauce served over rice. This popular Chinese dish originating from the Si Chuan province, well-known for their tongue-numbing cuisines, serves up as a comfort food for chilli lovers anywhere. While retaining its authentic spicy flavours, we have developed a meat free version of this Si Chuan classic using tofu and meat free pieces.
Steamboats are a must have staple during the Chinese New Year dinner in many homes. This year we came up with recipes for quick and easy to make soups that you can pick. As Singaporeans spicy food is one of our favourites – and we want to share with you our delectable Laksa and Tom Yum soup base.
To slurp or not to slurp? Time to forgo all your dining etiquette, for this hearty plate of noodles calls for the ultimate slurping experience! Long life noodles, also known as “yi mien”, is a symbol of longevity. Cutting or biting these deliciously chewy strands is a big no-no as it is linked to the ominous act of cutting one’s life.
Tiny golden bags stuffed with juicy minced pork meat and prawns, then deep fried for that maximum chip crisp exterior. Resembling the money bags carried by the Chinese in the past, these fried wontons are a symbolism of wealth and prosperity. With pre made wonton wrappers readily available in supermarkets, who knows you might just be on your way to striking it rich.
With a bit of bak kwa that you probably have purchased for your CNY stash, be ready to create this fluffy bread recipe that’s perfect not just for the festivities, but any day of the week! Make sure to distribute the bak kwa and spring onions evenly, and ensure that the bread sounds hollow after […]