Tender and falling off the bone with a rich, sumptuous sauce, this one-pot lamb dish is easy to make and impressive on the dining table.
Crispy on the outside, moist on the inside and full of flavour, these prawn toasts are a great pre-dinner snack. They also work as a tea time treat or an appetiser, an all-round crowd pleaser.
These eggs make a low-carb pre-dinner snack which is also pretty to look at. They are delicious, with the pickled shallots providing a nice brightness to balance the richness of the egg yolk.
Slightly creamy, spicy and fragrant with kaffir lime leaves, this delicious pasta is an interesting combination of fresh seafood and Italian and Thai flavours.
This bright, yummy dessert is delicious, easy-to-make and impressive to serve. The tropical fruit flavours mingle well with each other, and the sago and coconut milk give texture and sweetness.
This Japanese-style boneless fried chicken is tasty and succulent on the inside, crispy on the outside - making it much-loved by adults and kids alike. Here, we’ve given it some little Thai touches with a spicy sauce and fragrant kaffir lime leaves.
This lovely corn soup is great for light meals or as an appetiser - don’t be surprised to find yourself reaching for second helpings! Swap out the prawns for tofu, tempeh or chickpeas to make it a vegetarian dish.
Beautiful to look at and easy to make, this seri muka is the ultimate tea time (any time!) treat for durian lovers out there.
A trendy cafe brunch staple, the smoothie or breakfast bowl is easy to make at home. It also makes a great snack on a hot day or even dessert! It's best to freeze the dragon fruit the night before and quickly assemble the dish in the morning.
Whether you’re simply trying to eat lighter, or doing your part for the planet with #meatlessmondays, this light, colourful vegetarian dish will satisfy even the most hard core meat eaters!
You don’t have to go to a hawker centre to tuck into a hearty bowl of noodles, this easy recipe will have you comfort food bowl ready in under 30 minutes.
Super simple to make, but restaurant quality on the plate, this succulent duck breast dish will impress your husband, mother-in-law, or best friend.
This dish takes a maximum of 20-minutes to prepare (faster if you have steamed rice on hand), and is oh-so-yummy and guilt-free
This yummy Miso Butter Corn makes a great snack (kids love it!). It is also an impressive side dish to mains such as barbecued meats and grilled fish. The best part? It’s so easy to make!
A delicious and super easy-to-make tart, made decadent when the bananas meld with the dulce de le...
The perfect panna cotta (Italian-style cooked cream) is characterised by its wobble - it should be barely set, and jiggle when the plate is moved. Here we use the fragrance of pandan with the rich tropical sweetness of mango.
This beloved Thai street-side dish is the perfect combination of spicy, savoury and sweet. The heat is tempered by the richness of the egg, and countered by the cool, crisp cucumbers.
Inspired by the karipap, but made into a full meal, this combination of mild Japanese curry with a traditional curry puff ‘pusing’ crust is a winner. The spiral pie crust is a combination of two doughs, one water-based and the other butter-based, resulting in tasty, flaky golden layers.
Beautifully fragrant and lovely to look at, this dish features the natural fragrances of pandan, tomato, butterfly pea flower, and turmeric - it can be eaten with a myriad of dishes, from ikan bakar to ayam percik, nyonya chicken curry and daging rendang.
With crisp vegetables, tangy condiments and the creaminess of cheese and avocado, these colourful wraps are a delicious, healthy and filling meal.
Spicy and tangy, this Nyonya-style assam pedas is the perfect foil for the rich, pomfret flesh. Eat with steaming hot jasmine rice for maximum satisfaction.
Whether you choose the very on-trend pancake ‘cereal’, or just normal pancakes, these pandan-tinged pancakes are moist, fluffy and flavourful. The pandan, kaya custard and gula melaka add local elements, elevating this western brunch staple to the next level.
Juicy sausages, sweet capsicum, silky eggs, and tangy tomato combine to make a hearty oven-baked dish perfect for that indulgent weekend brunch.
Traditional guacamole is given a kick with pickled chillies - making it an even more addictive dip for all sorts of chips.