How to cook Saffron Rice
This Saffron rice recipe yield 4 to 6 servings. It is important to note that you must use Basmati rice to make this dish which is similar to Nasi Briani
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Singapore Rojak Recipe (Spicy Fruit Salad)
Singapore rojak recipe A video clip showing you the quick and easy way of preparing Singapore famous spicy fruit salad. Taken as a side dish, this fruit
How to make Murtabak: Ingredients, Filling
Murtabak is a huge roti prata wrap with seasoned or grilled chicken or mutton (lamb) and onion. Murtabak is the “King” of prata which normally
Singapore Malay Wedding Menu & Recipes
The special dishes during a Malay Wedding comprise wide variety of dishes such as Nasi Minyak, Nasi Briani, Nasi Tomato, Nasi Jaggong, Nasi Bukhari accompanied
Restaurant Style Sweet Sour Prawns
Quick, easy-to-follow chinese style Sweet & Sour Prawn recipe (Udang Galah Masam Manis). Simple to make and the end result is a fascinating blend of
Recipe for Egg Foo Young, Egg Fu Yung
Chinese omelette dish Egg Foo Yung is the most well-known egg-based dish in Chinese cooking. Easy and cheap, Egg foo yong is also a popular Chinese restaurant
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Steamboat Ingredients, Marinade, Stock, Dipping Sauces and Condiments (Recipe)
Steamboats refer to a variety of dishes eaten throughout East Asia, where ingredients are cooked in a simmering pot of broth at the table, usually communally
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Spicy Shrimp Recipe (Sambal Udang)
  Looking for shrimp recipes? Try this famous hot and spicy prawns in sambal recipe which goes well with Nasi Lemak. This Sambal Udang is easy to
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Singapore Indian Rojak Ingredients, Sauce, Fritters
Mamak Rojak, also known as the Indian Rojak, is made by Indian Muslims locally in Malaysia and Singapore. (Mamak is derived from Mama which means Uncle in Tamil).
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Singapore Western Food & Recipes
In Singapore, ‘Western food’ is a common term for hawker and food stalls serving European or American style grilled and pan-fried meats such
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Tasty Korean Dumpling (Mandoo or Mandu)
Mandoo or Mandu are traditionally consist of minced meat and vegetables wrapped in a thin piece of dough. This Korean dumpling recipe is easy to make and
Singapore Fried Kway Teow (Halal)
Fried Kway Teow, is also known as Char Kway Teow. It is a very famous hawker food that is known to all home-grown Singaporeans. Char kway teow, literally “
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Singapore Teochew-style Rice Porridge
This Singapore Teochew-style rice porridge (congee / jook) is a little different to the more common Cantonese version. Whereas Cantonese porridge requires
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Otah in Banana Leaves (Fish, Prawns)
Otah (Otak-otak) wrapped in banana leaf. Made with Kurau (Treadfin) or Prawns, lemongrass, buah keras (candlenuts), turmeric, dried chillies, garlic, onions
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How to make Nyonya Kuih Pie Tee
Recipe for Nyonya Kuih Pie Tee Ingredients for Pie: 1 metal mold 180gm rice flour 50gm corn flour 50g plain flour 1/4 tsp baking powder 1 egg 400ml water
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Corn Pudding
Corn Pudding – Khao Phoht Peak – Thai Dessert. Most Thai sweets do not include wheat flour, which make them great for those who are gluten-intolerant.
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Singapore Popiah
Try This Chinese Popiah Recipe. Popiah skin recipe, plus fresh ingredients to start with. Recipe for Singapore Popiah Ingredients:  Serves 6-8 2 bunches
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Malay Wedding Menu & Recipes – Sambal Goreng Pengantin
How to make Sambal Goreng Pengantin. This dish is usualy served at Malay Weddings together with Nasi Minyak, Dalca and Ayam Masak Merah.
Japchae (Stir Fried Glass Noodle with Vegetables)
Japchae (Stir Fried Glass Noodle with Vegetables) is one of Korean’s favorite traditional dishes. Japchae can be served with rice and Kimchi, or
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How to make Soon Kueh (Mushroom Dumplings)
Soon Kueh is a steamed Chinese dumpling shaped like semi-circle made of rice flour skin with shredded turnips, mushroom and dried shrimps.
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KFC Hot and Spicy Chicken Recipe
As for the KFC’s Extra Crispy chicken, there are customers who wanted it to be spicy and bold. The Hot and Spicy Chicken was introduced, although
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Tropical Fresh Fruits (Salad-Platter)
You can dump canned fruit in a bowl and call it a fruit salad. But you can’t call it delicious. Recipe for fresh fruit salad (Recipe #1) You will
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Korean Mung Bean Pancake (Bindaeddeok)
Bindaeddeok (Mung bean pancake) is a thick Korean style pancake made from ground mung beans cooked in a frying pan. Bindaeddeok is also a great source
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Korean Kimchi Fried Rice (Bokumbap)
Kimchi is amazing to cook with since it is extremely low calorie and packed with flavor. Kimchi Bokumbap is cheap and easy to make in a short period of time.
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Simple Malay Food Recipes
  Looking for simple Malay recipes? Here are some Malay dishes recipes listed. A variety of Singaporean Malay recipes from Mee Rebus to Soto Ayam &
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Singapore Chinese Food (Recipes)
While there are at least ten Chinese dialects being spoken in Singapore each with its own special dishes, there are five major groups that you’
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Prawn Tandoori (Masala)
Prawns marinated in tandoor spice. Singaporean favourite Indian bbq dish. This recipe serves 7-8 persons. Recipe for Tandoori Prawn and Masala Ingredients
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Lemak Lodeh Sambal Tumis
Lemak Lodeh is perfect for family gathering, a dish popularly eaten on festive occasions like Hari Raya. This dish is essentially rice cakes (lontong)
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Making Sayur Lodeh
A favorite and easy Malay food recipe. Sayur Lodeh is delicious and healthy. If you need a nice substitute for meat, you can try this menu because it tastes
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Nasi Lemak Special
Nasi Lemak is a Malay word that literally means ‘rice in cream’. Nasi Lemak is derived from the cooking process whereby rice is soaked in coconut