Creative Cooking TV

15Jul 2018

A family staple in many Singaporean households, Ngoh Hiang is originally a Teochew dish that had the Hokkiens coming up with their own version over the decades. It is a composition of an array of ingredients that includes minced pork, prawn or fish seasoned with the Chinese five-spice powder and other ingredients – wrapped all […]

06Jun 2018

The origins of the well-loved Cantonese Crispy Roast Pork Belly started off in village celebrations, where the whole pig will be roasted in a charcoal oven at high heat till its skin becomes crispy while the meat remains tender and succulent. Servings: 6 Marination Time: 12 hoursCooking Time: Approx. 90min Skill Level: Easy Ingredients: 1kg […]

09May 2018

The Nyonya Chap Chye is a dish that emphasizes on the traditional Asian cooking where no food is wasted. It is also associated with festive dishes and is normally served during Chinese New Year with the usual ingredients (chinese cabbage, black fungus, lily flower, beancurd sticks, etc) that comes with additional ingredients such as the […]

03May 2018

Originating from Chaoshan, the Teochew Cuisine is well-known for its seafood dishes and its heavier taste (as compared to other dialects). While the Teochew Braised Duck can commonly be found in hawker centres, this dish was often only served up during festive occasions and birthdays in the past. Servings: 8 Time: 2 hours and 30 […]

04Jan 2018

A decadent dish that will definitely impress your family and friends during Chinese New Year. Heavenly brand of Fragrant Jasmine rice is perfect for this dish. It absorbs all the rich flavour from the lobster, giving it a light and fresh taste. The ultimate comfort food. Live lobster is preferred as it imparts the fresh […]

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