Try your own homemade chicken nuggets recipe! This recipe was shared by a chef and a friend of mine last week, which i have tried it myself.
Coconut Poppers or Onde-onde is a small round balls made from glutinous rice flour with pandan (screwpine) leaves essence, filled with palm sugar and rolled
Shark’s Fin Soup recipe. Ingredients for Shark’s Fin Soup: 300 g shark’s fin 6 pairs of chicken feet 1 chicken breast –
This Korean Stlye Tako Poke refers to a Hawaiian delicacy made of octopus and condiments of limu (seaweed), Hawaiian sea salt, chiles and ‘inamona (roasted
A slightly less risky snack of cooked fish, wrapped with pounded ingredients and grilled in a banana leaf parcel. Looks good, smells great, but wasn’
Famous and mouth watering dish that will swallow all the way to your ears! Easy Prawns recipe. Recipe for Black Pepper Prawns Ingredients: (12 pax) 24
Gado-gado is a traditional dish in Indonesian cuisine, and is comprised of a vegetable salad served with a peanut sauce dressing. Although it is to be
Agar-Agar Pandan or Coconut milk pandan flavored jelly is easily available at the cake shop or bakery in Singapore. You can see this in almost any ‘
A recipe clip showing you how to make Kimchi. Kimchi can be eaten on its own. It is also a condiment or side dish and amongst other things, it’
Thai Pineapple Fried Rice. This is a great way to use up some leftover cooked rice in your fridge. Singaporean favourite dish straight from the restaurant
Mee Goreng is a favourite dish of Singaporeans. Mee goreng is well liked by all races for its spicy and tasty flavours and comforting quality.
A quick and easy recipe for coleslaw for those KFC goers! Simple steps which you can try this at home, a staple of picnics, barbecues, or any outdoor party.
Another Singaporean pickle recipe! These are a delicious twist on dill pickles. Acar Timun is a good combination to go with nasi beryani, nasi minyak
This simple delicious potato salad has plenty of flavor with pickle relish, mayonnaise, and chunks of cherry pepper, celery, shredded carrot, and firm
Telur Belado recipe for those days when all you’ve left in the fridge are eggs. Hard-boil those eggs, ‘chili’ them up with sambal, kick
Pickle recipe for fruits or salted fish (Kurau). Salted fish can be used instead of mango etc. Wash salted fish and dry in the sun. Cut into small pieces
Rojak is typically a tossed salad of various ingredients. Different ethnic groups have different versions of the dish. The Chinese cut up pineapple, cucumbers
Singaporean all time favourite! Oyster Omelette. The perfect marriage of just-cooked-to-perfection oysters, eggs, a somewhat crisp finish of the flour
Butter Oat Prawns made with butter, cereal or oats, garlic, curry leaves, chilli padi, sugar, salt and oil. In Singapore, when families dine out, usually
Bubur Kacang, the most popular of all bubur in the malay wedding menu. Bubur the word for porridge in Malay can be used for both sweet or savoury dishes.
To prepare tomato rice, one should use long-grain rice or Basmati rice, as this type of rice lends itself better to tomato rice. The orange color of the
Korean rolled egg omelette (Gaeran Mari) quick and easy recipe. Any type of omelette takes a little patience and a rushed cook ends up with rubbery eggs, so don’
Sambal Goreng is a protein rich spicy coconut vegetable dish which is commonly available in Malay Nasi Padang Stall. This is one of Javanese Malay’
Dalca is a stewed vegetable curry with lentils (Dalca Sayur in Malay) which is famously served with Briyani Rice,Tomato Rice or Nasi Minyak;
Simple Fried Hokkien mee recipe. To start with, there are two types of Hokkien mee, which are Hokkien hae mee and Hokkien char mee. Hokkien hae mee (Hokkien
Mee Rebus (literally boiled noodles in English) is popular in Singapore and Malaysia. The best of “Mee Rebus” can be found among the stalls
Garlic Naan Bread easy to make, even for beginners and quick enough that it could be enjoyed on a weeknight for dinner. Enjoy Naan with any curry of your choice.
Quick and easy dish to cook. Carrot cake, or commonly known as “chai tao kway”, is another popular local cuisine well-liked by many Singaporeans.
Mee Jawa is an Indonesian style noodle soup – another popular Malay noodle dish influenced by the Indonesian island of Java. The soupy gravy is made