What makes you happy? Mum’s comfort food? Well, us too! Here’s a delicious home-cooked recipe that is sure to be popular with the kids – kindly shared by one of our fans (a mother with 4 kids) 😋
Want to cook something a little different from the usual fare? Surprise the whole family with a delicious recipe from our CCTV (Creative Cooking TV) series! Cook up a satisfying meal that will have them patting their belly happily.
Indulge in our Egg Drop Soup! This simple sweet aromatic soup & Heavenly Brown Rice pairing is all the comfort food you need.The chewy texture and nutty taste of the brown rice makes the delicate egg flavour even more appetising. This easy to make dish is going to make your family members go “mmm” after every bite.
Who says fried rice has to be unhealthy? Sprinkle a fruity taste to your overnight brown rice and your kids are sure to love this deliciously mouth-watering Watermelon Fried Rice with Chicken Floss Topping!
Holding an upcoming party? Surprise your family and loved ones with a simple yet extraordinary all-natural blue Butterfly Pea Flower Fried Rice that’s perfect for large gatherings and only have them craving for more!
Fusing both the Malay and Chinese cuisines, Turmeric Chicken (also known as Ayam Kunyit) is one dish that is packed with flavour despite minimal ingredients. Used for centuries, turmeric holds many potential health benefits (i.e. fights inflammation and boosts skin health), and also brings out a beautiful golden yellow colour that takes the whole dish to another level!
Some would say that Sambal is the key to everything. The rich, flavourful and fiery red paste is one that complements the freshness of Black Pomfret Fish in our Nyonya Sambal Fish Wrapped In Banana Leaves. Toast the banana leaves till the sambal is dry and fragrant – for a subtle smokiness to amplify the flavours of this spicy dish!
While the way of cooking Curry Chicken differs across every family, the standard Nyonya Curry Chicken is mostly a perfect fusion between various Chinese ingredients and herbs together with cooking techniques from the Malay community. Best served with plain rice or bread, its aromatic and flavourful gravy is one that brings a whole family together!
A must-have favourite fried chicken for many Singaporeans out there? The perfect recipe to Har Cheong Gai (Prawn Paste Chicken) starts off with marinating your chicken wings with the pungent fermented prawn paste, then coated in the flour mixture and deep-fried to golden-brown, crisp and juicy!