Har Cheong Gai 虾酱鸡 Recipe

Har Cheong Kai Recipe Ingredients: 1kg Chicken (bone in better, can use chicken wings or whole legs – cut into chunky pieces) 1 teaspoon Sugar. 1 teaspoon Sesame Oil. 1 teaspoon Hua Tiao Chiew or Mei Kwei Lo, optional (Chinese wine). 1 tablespoon Ginger Juice (extracted from grated fresh ginger, discard pulp). 2 tablespoons Fine … Continue reading

Royal Rumble – Malay Cuisine

Malay Cuisine is quite extensive. To name a few popular ones, there’s the Mee Rebus (boiled noodles), Mee Soto, Nasi Lemak, Sayur Lodeh and Satay. Their daily meal which is similar to Nasi Padang, (where rice is the main staple of the Malay community) has mostly spicy side dishes as accompaniment. Although it is uncertain … Continue reading

Singapore’s Street Food – Pasir Panjang Food Centre

It is true that eating is a sport and national past time in Singapore. In a multicutural society like this tropical island, there are literally hundreds of dishes available… So what is Singapore food? In a manner of speaking, Singapore food is a cocktail of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Nonya, plus an aspersion of Eurasion and … Continue reading

Life is Short…Eat Dessert First!

Thanying is a conversational address to the title of Mom Chao Ying (Her Serene Highness Princess, the usual rank of granddaughter of a king). The Thanying Restaurant is named in honor of H.S.H. Princess Sulabh–Valleng Visuddhi who was once the head cook in the Sukhothai Palace kitchen for her half-sister, Queen Rambhai Barni of King … Continue reading

Coca Cola Chicken Wings 可乐鸡翅

I love watching cooking videos on YouTube. One can most certainly find something old, something new, something complicated and something easy. For $12, I can get 4 kilos of chicken wings in QVM so yes we eat a lot of wings. I have deep-fried, pan-fried, braised, stewed, curried and steamed them for the last 10 weeks … Continue reading

Die Die Must Try!

If you ever visit the sunny island or little red dot on the world map called Singapore, also known as The Lion City, these are the foods you die die must try (Singlish :p) at the infamous tourist food spot, Newton Circus Food Centre (where most foods are served in Styrofoam and plastic cutlery since … Continue reading

Spicy Fried Chicken Wings

  Try the recipe. Delight yourself and your guests tonight 🙂 Happy cooking 🙂

Nasi Lemak

Tumeric flavoured coconut rice with sweet sambal tumis, fried anchovies, fried chicken wings and boiled egg. Watch an interesting clip on Nasi Lemak Rice making the olden days way here. Happy cooking 🙂 Click below for recipes on: Sambal Tumis Recipe Fried Anchovies Fried Chicken Wings Recipe