Have always been a huge fan of flat rice noodles which is commonly known as the Kway Teow in an Asian context. From stir fry to soups, I think literally everything that has an option of Kway Teow to choose from, it will be top on my choice. And this dish is essentially a meal that can be enjoyed at anytime of the day. In Singapore, fried kway teow mee is something that we commonly enjoyed as a breakfast menu, and when it comes to lunch, this option is also available for selection. Even when you goes back home for […]
Ever since my mum introduced me to using these dry fermented black beans, I’ve been using and cooking them up more often than the bottled fermented black bean sauce. One thing is that the dry beans can be readily stored for a longer period of time and secondly, I can adjust the savouriness of the seasoning sauce more easily according to my own preferences. Fermented black beans goes on well with many Chinese dishes, such as noodles, fish, chicken just to name a few. Whilst some may detest the raw smell of it, but the awesome flavors they bring to […]
I was never a huge fan of banana cakes or the liked, especially when everyone was going all gaga over the famous charcoal baked Banana cake across the Causeway which honestly speaking was really good even to someone who doesn’t fancy such cakes. But since the pandemic had kept everyone within their own borders, so I guess the next best alternative is to roll up your sleeves and baked one for yourself, especially when strong random cravings liked such just come and you have had to get it fixed. Using overripe bananas is always the way to go for such […]
Cooked Thick Vermicelli with Fish Slices in Egg Gravy Sauce ! All the ingredients are cooked separately prior to adding the egg gravy sauce at the end to ensure nothing gets overcooked. And it is 粗米粉 and not 伊面 ! 🤤
Recipe : 120g thick vermicelli 5-6 pcs fish slices Handful of beansprouts 2 sprigs spring onions Some fishcakes, sliced Some carrots, sliced 1 egg, beaten 2 tbsp cooking oil 1 tsp minced garlic Some diced chillies (for serving with)
Seasoning : 400ml water/chicken stock (if using chicken stock, adjust rest of seasoning accordingly) 2 tbsp oyster sauce 1 1/2 tbsp light soya sauce 3/4 tbsp dark soya sauce 1 tsp sugar 1 tsp sesame oil Pinch of pepper
1 tsp corn flour + 1 tbsp water
Method : 1) Heat up 1 tbsp cooking oil and stirfry beansprouts. Once they turn translucent, dish and set aside.
2) Heat up balance cooking oil and saute garlics and white parts of spring onion till fragrant.
3) Add in carrots and fish cakes and stirfry briefly before adding rest of the seasoning.
4) Allow the sauce to cook till it boils before adding vermicelli. Once vermicelli loosen up, dish all the ingredients aside and mix with the beansprouts.
5) Add in fish slices into the sauce. Once fish cooks, dish and add to the vermicelli.
6) Allow the sauce to boil again before adding corn flour solution. Once the sauce starts to thicken, add in beaten egg and stir to mix well.
7) Add in green parts of spring onion and off flame. Pour egg gravy sauce over vermicelli and fish slices and serve hot immediately with chillies if desired.
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Cooked a spread of yummy food today ! That's the : 🥢Tri-Eggs Spinach in Superior Broth 金银苋菜上汤 🥢ABC Pork Ribs Soup 玉米洋葱胡萝卜排骨汤 🥢Onions and blistered tomatoes scrambled egg 大葱番茄煎蛋
Recipe for Tri-Eggs Spinach in Superior Broth
Ingredients : 1 pack of spinach 1 egg, slightly beaten 1 salted egg yolk, slightly mashed 1 century eggs, sliced 2 tsp wolfberries 30g dried anchovies 4 whole garlics Pinch of salt 1 tsp shaoxing wine 1 tbsp cooking oil 400ml water
Method : 1) Wash the dried anchovies under running water for approximately 20 seconds and drain them dry with a paper towel. Heat up the cooking oil and stir fried the dried anchovies and whole garlics for approximately 1 minute till fragrant.
2) Add in the water and allow it to simmer till it boils. Drain away the dried anchovies and transfer the broth and whole garlics to another larger wok.
3) Add in the salted egg yolk and wolfberries and stir to mix well.
4) Add in the spinach and salted egg and cooked till the spinach turns soft.
5) Add in the egg, shaoxing wine and salt and stir to mix in the egg well. Once egg cooks, off flames and serve hot immediately to enjoy !
For a good spread of hotels' restaurant buffets, the one from @edgerestaurantsg at @panpacificsingapore quite hits our spot with its wide and exquisite range of international feast, homely myriad of local delights and an awesome spread of desserts.
And for the fact that buffets are currently running on an ala carte basis with each dish being served right from the kitchen to the table actually makes it all the more worthwhile as the food gets served up fresh, warm and with minimal wastage.
What's more, for the same feast and spread now with more food freshness and hygiene control, you certainly get to enjoy more with less by utilising these attractive #ChopeDeals, some of which include: 1) A straight 20% discount off buffet from Edge Restaurant by purchasing the voucher on @chopesg app. 2) A further discount of $5 off $60 when you pay with DBS PayLah!
The whole process is pretty seamless and all you gotta do is to present the voucher at the restaurant before ordering to enjoy. So to maximise your dollars for the most valuable dining experience, do check it out at https://cho.pe/eatwhattonight .
Had a really yummy-licious spread of roast meats and noodles from @hengheng.roasted.delights today ! The noodles were excellent in texture and taste despite it being a food delivery as we all know that noodles tend to get overly dry or soggy after takeaway but surprisingly not in this case. 👍
Amongst all the roast meats, my personal preference will be the Char Siew though. Contains a good amount of fats and is roasted to a well balance of char-ness.
That's also the homely Chicken Feet, Peanuts and Radish Soup to balance up the greasiness. And all in all, a pretty well-deserving hearty meal sourced from our local heartlands ! #supportlocal
Heng Heng Roasted Delights can be found at : 📍204 Serangoon Central S550204 ⏰ Tues-Sun 1030am – 0830pm 📱Pre-order/delivery : 91065599
Actually I thought it could be good to go vegan or vegetarian once in a while, so these wholesome guilt-free plant-based bites that can be readily consumed through convenient and healthy air-frying from @firstpridesg by @countryfoodssg are pretty much welcomed.
The first range of these Green Series that is launched comprises of : 🌱First Pride Bites 🌱First Pride Spicy Nuggets 🌱First Pride Stripes
They are made from a blend of wheat, soy and bamboo fibre using #firstpridesg innovative 3-step coating technology through battering, pre-dusting and breading to ensure crunchiness in every bite.
Currently retailing at all Fairprice outlets and Redmart online. So do keep a lookout for them if you're into a vegan and healthy plant based diet. 🙆♀️
Cooked yummy Pumpkin and Corn Porridge with Fish Paste and Century egg. It's a delicious and healthy meal which can also be easily converted to a kids-friendly dish according to your preferences. 🤤
Recipe : 1/4 cup cooked rice 100g fish paste 1 slice pumpkin, cut into small chunks 1 century egg, diced 1 thumb size ginger, grated finely with ginger juice retained 3/4 tsp salt Few pinches pepper 2 tsp shallot oil Water 70g sweet corn Some diced scallions Some fried shallots
Method: 1) Add rice, pumpkin and water to pot and cook till pumpkin is all mashed up.
2) Add grated ginger, shallot oil, salt and pepper to taste.
3) Add sweet corn, fish paste and more water to cook till porridge's desired consistency.
4) When almost done, add century egg and off heat. Top with diced scallions and shallots before serving and enjoy !