A "clean out the fridge" take on a favorite Singaporean hawker dish.
Malaysian & Singapore's Malay Snack -- Kuih Kosui Pandan.
Malaysian Style Hamburger
Authentic Malaysian Salted Fried Rice
Kuih Keria, our (Malaysia & Singapore) take on doughnut, sweet potato doughnut. No YEAST!
Cheese Platter at La Cantina Italian Restaurant Singapore
Fried Hokkien Mee -- Singapore's favourite local hawker fare and u can whip it up at home too!
(Purple) Ondeh Ondeh -- Singapore's & Malaysia's favourite sweet potato kueh/ snack, with palm sugar and shredded coconut
Pandan Chiffon Cake-Cottony soft
Chocolate brownie with salted caramel ice-cream is every girl's favorite. From Hatched, Singapore.
A well known hawker fare in Malaysia & Singapore - Nasi Lemak.
Black And White Jelly
Korean Army Stew (Budae jjigae) invented during Korean War. It is the perfect example of making something delicious out of nothing. [in Chinese]
Cantonese fish congee is like a thick soup with delightful fresh fish slices "hidden" within. The contrasting texture of the fresh fish slices and the creamy rice congee is wonderful.
A Malaysian street staple - kangkung belacan (water spinach or hollow heart vegetable)
As featured on Singapore's newspaper - Straits Times - yesterday, Orh Nee (Yam/Taro) Cheesecake
Otak-otak: A traditional Singaporean dish featuring fish meat ensconced in a coconut-egg spice paste and grilled in banana leaves.
Chili Dungeness Crabs Dip
Traditional Chinese peanut cookies that melt in your mouth, into bits of nutty bliss oh-so addictive. There's a secret to it, though, in which East meets West.
Wagyu Beef Cheek, slow-cooked for 40 hours and served with alliums and a deep intense onion consommé at Fifty Three, Singapore.
Scrumptious Singapore Street Food- Fried Hokkien Mee - cook this at home with this easy to follow recipe.
Beef Rendang - A Malaysian/Singaporean curry dish that is well loved!
so love the way mattbites does a travel story - even makes this aviophobic girl wanna fly to singapore for a bowl of congee!... top 10 things to do in singapore
Bak Kut Teh, a simple spare rib soup with an unimaginable amount of flavor.
A vegetarian version of the famous Singaporean and Malaysian street food. Curry Laksa is a spicy and filling coconut milk based noodle soup.
1 serving ain't enough! - Chicken Biryani.
Char Grilled Calamari from F.I.S.H
PANACHE DE FRUIT DE MER - Panache of seafood, freshly pickled baby vegetables, spiced kaffir lime consommé.
Arteastiq Tea Lounge, Singapore. A good place for chilling out and watching the world go by.
Celebrating Eid in Singapore, with a traditional non-bake Batik Marie Cake and not-so-traditional cheddar cookies!
Pineapple Ginger Punch
Flaky delicious roti goes well with any curry
Braised Pork Belly with Beancurd and Eggs - Malaysian and Singaporean's favorite!
Singapore-style fried rice with charsiu, chinese sausage, shrimp and egg (Recipe)