Our Breaking Fast Bonding Meal During Ramadan From Pu3!

Millions of Muslims around the world are now observing Ramadan, a holy month of religious devotion and fasting. The fast (sawm) begins at dawn and ends at sunset. At sunset, families hasten for the fast-breaking meal known as iftar and in Singapore, Nasi Ambeng is a popular communal meal shared by families and friends. My … Continue reading

Ayam Kalio Recipe

Did you know that Ayam Kalio is actually compromised rendang?!!! A proper rendang has no gravy, just very thick moist glob of cooked spices. Therefore, Kalio is only cooked half way through the rendang process with some sauce. So what is half-way? The minute the chicken is tender and oil separates from the coconut gravy, … Continue reading

Indonesian Delights by Rita Lim @ Tampines St 42

UPDATE (Dec 2013): SORRY BUT THIS STALL IS NO LONGER OPERATING. I am not familiar with Tampines but luckily, Martin Smart is and he brought us there twice to savour the home-style cooking of Madam Rita Lim. Thank you, Smart! The first time was right after we had lunch at Mr. and Mrs. Teng’s house … Continue reading

Let’s Have A Rendezvous!

You know what? Let’s have a rendezvous! I just realised, this very second as I am preparing this post that they had forgotten to give me my soup. I am going back to get my soup! Wow! You must think me crazy for this uproar over a soup… I could still remember the taste of … Continue reading

Ayam Penyet – A Taste of Indonesia

Ayam Penyet is smashed chicken. I don’t know what they mean by smashed like running it over a car or something but what I tasted is crispy crunchy flavoursome skin with very very tender and juicy meat inside. I highly suspect the chicken to have been steamed or boiled very quickly in some spicy marinade … Continue reading