Slow Pork with Soya Beans & Star Anise. Perfect for the cold, rainy weather in Singapore lately :)
Homemade fill prata, aka Murtabak is a popular Singapore street food. When you make this at home, you get to be creative with your toppings! Here is one that is filled with cornbeef and eggs!
Fried Bee Hoon (Rice Vermicelli) Recipe
Laksa is one of things that reminds me of home. Even as a child I loved it and would load up on the sambal (chile paste).
Soon Kueh - Turnip Dumpling. Trasnparent rice dough filled with juicy turnip. Another common snack in Singapore/ Malaysia
Chwee Kueh (steamed rice cake with preserved radish) is another favourite street food in Singapore.
My dad's own recipe for fried rice - the first dish I learnt to cook.
The ultimate breakfast at Prive Bakery, Singapore
The spicy Karakamen from Ippudo. Ramen with a spicy mince that would be sure to warm you up!
Homemade Nikujaga (Japanese style meat & potatoes stew) - Harumi Kurihara recipe
Kyushu style Ramen from Tampopo Japanese Restaurant. This hearty style of Ramen has thin straight noodles with a rich pork bone broth.
Laksa is really the king of street foods. Laksa Johor is my all-time favorite of the laksa family.
Steamed Lemon Pudding with homemade Custard Lemon Sauce. Review on PS.Cafe at Harding, Singapore.
Latte Art is made simply with foamed milk and espresso.
Char Siew is a popular Chinese Dish which is essentially roasted pork with a sweet caramel marinade. Good Char Siew is often made from Pork Collar because its fats and connective tissues are meltingly tender when roasted right.
Beef burger at Society Bar, Singapore
dinner at one rochester - a restaurant that features simple hearty no-fuss food, rather like eating at home
Kaya-Coconut Jam. A sweet and yummy coconut jam to enjoy with your toast.
Char Kway Teow - delicious & fragrant stir-fried black soya sauce flat noodles with prawns. A famous signature dish of Singapore.
Claypot Bak Kut Teh - Chinese herbal soup simmered with spare ribs uniquely popular in Malaysia and Singapore.
The best thing about Chinese New Year? Malaysian Pineapple Tarts!
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!