Feeling the heat lately? Don’t forget to brew a pot of soup cooked by many moms out there – Chicken Soup With Shark’s Fin Melon.
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.
How do we make brown rice tasty? Cook it as per usual but with coconut water! yes, that’s right, add in coconut water, lemongrass and a few other ingredients to spice it up (even when Heavenly Brown Rice tastes just as good when eaten plain)! Serve it with Seafood Green Curry for an exotic dinner for the night.
Crisp, tantalizing bacon, shredded chicken, and delicious mozzarella cheese, over a hearty baked rice, what’s there not to like for this feast!
Serving up to 4, this recipe is really simple and can be done in an hour for your hearty celebration! We used the Heavenly Brown Rice, for it’s fibre-rich grain that’s not just yummy but healthy too.
Welcome to the SG50 recipe of Heavenly Hawaiian Baked Brown Rice. To honor the wonderful event of SG50, we present to you 4 homey dishes made with Heavenly Brown Rice. This recipe is no-hassle and absolutely hard to turn down. Let’s get cooking!
Chicken Masala Biryani is undoubtedly one of Singapore’s favorite comfort food. So, for the 3rd episode of Let’s Makan SG50 series, we’ll be making the almost impossibly good Heavenly Chicken Masala Biryani.
Hi there! How is your day today? It is the celebratory-worthy SG50 and to honor this special moment, we add a twist to traditional recipes of Singapore. Hainanese Chicken Rice, a dish so renowned that even foreigners have heard about it without ever knowing how it taste like, is found in nearly every nook and corner in Singapore. We modified this recipe with Heavenly Brown Rice and you’re in for a treat.
Welcome to the SG50 Heavenly Nasi Lemak recipe. Nasi Lemak, a rice dish cooked in coconut milk that’s traditionally served with a variety of side dishes, is commonly found in food centres and well-known to almost every household in Singapore. Today, we put a twist on the traditional recipe so you know it’s possible to savor it in a healthier way.