These are just about the most easiest cookies you can make for Chinese New Year... and the tastiest!
Originated in Malaysia, Coffee Ribs is a dish that which blends the bitter-sweet sensation of coffee with pork ribs.
My first go at Chinese New Year baking with the Malaysian favourite Kuih Bangkit (tapioca coconut biscuits).
Bak kua--hokkien pork jerky. You can't bring it home from Singapore, but you can make your own.
Pan Roasted Barramundi with Spatzle and Romesco puree
Breakfast fare in Singapore. Some say it tastes better when wrapped in brown paper!
Debal (Or Curry Devil), a Eurasian dish in Singapore that turns Christmas leftovers into a spicy stew.
Fried Chicken with Garlic and Curry Leaves
Ragout of Boston lobster with orange-vanilla foam!
Mee Goreng (Fried Noodles)
Crispy Deep-fried Prawn-paste Chicken Wings with the signature reddish colour
Singaporean style pork jerky is tender and sweet, not to mention highly addictive!
Steamed “gong gong” with chilli sauce recipe. "Gong gong" is an edible sea snail aka conch. Fear factor or delicious?
Homemade Laksa (rice noodles in coconut gravy)
Beautifully done bamboo clams, loaded with sweet buttery garlic!
Fraise Pistachio Tart
Sambal belacan kangkong - a tasty water spinach dish from Singapore.
Spicy deli-style Singapore Noodles are a quick picnic waiting to happen.
A taste of Singapore: Home-cooked Hainanese Chicken Rice
Singapore Sling Slush - An iced-up version of the classic tropical cocktail.
Kueh Dadar - a traditional Peranakan dessert.
Contemporary Japanese Cuisine takes sushi to the next level. Tempura shrimp sushi roll wrapped with a lightly scorched slice of Wagyu and topped with Gruyre cheese and garlic sauce
Garlicky Malay fried chicken recipe
Buta soki - Japanese stewed pork ribs, supremely tender and flavorful
Black pepper crab - gorgeously spicy!
Teriyaki chicken street style, grilled crispy skin with the juicy meaty interior and a generous serving of sweet teriyaki sauce!
The Battle of The Dogs: Tortilla, Roti and Puff Pastry Hot Dogs. Which is the best dog?
Singapore Chili Prawns
it was crispy and a close ressemblance to nachos rather than fries.
Tokusen Tonshio Ramen - Japanese noodles in salt-based pork bone broth from MIHARU SAPPORO RAMEN in Singapore
Pan-fried Chives and Chicken Dumplings with Netted Rice Crispy. Potstickers with dramatic flourish!
Pisang Goreng (Fried Banana Fritters). One of the most popular sweet snack in Malaysia and Singapore.
here was no exotic ingredients, or any fancy name; just a very good beef burger.