This weekend, foodies can sample dishes created by top Ukrainian chef Yaroslav Artuykh. If you’re a heritage buff, you might want to check out two events under the Singapore Heritage Festival – the Armenian Street Party and the National Museum’s blockbuster exhibition on local playgrounds. If you like music and the arts, head down to either Tampines or Marina Bay Sands. Or if you’d like to learn about the science of fear, the Science Centre has a new exhibition for you.
Chefs Audra Morrice, Bjorn Shen and Damian D’Silva are set to judge the upcoming Singapore edition of TV cooking competition MasterChef, it was announced on Wednesday (18 April). Morrice, who was a finalist in MasterChef Australia in 2012 and now runs a catering business in Sydney, said she was “incredibly excited” about the culinary contest coming to Singapore.
Moist, flavourful and deliciously crispy! Thanks to MasterChef UK judges, we have a new version of our beloved Asian cuisine Rendang! Our home cook Wyatt Tan was inspired and has successfully created his own recipe for Crispy Chicken Rendang! This Nasi Lemak with Crispy Ayam Rendang dish is absolutely delicious. Now that we have […] The post Nasi Lemak with Crispy Ayam Rendang appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Fast food chain KFC has launched a spicy version of its chicken fillets in Singapore and is also releasing a limited-edition Twister-style party game to go along with your meal.
When Zaleha took part in MasterChef UK and presented her authentic Chicken Rendang with Nasi Lemak, little does she know that she’s about to create history. When 3 countries unite (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia) with a common voice, coming together and putting aside all our differences (for now), this major event certainly deserved its pages in […] The post Crispy Chicken Rendang Chat with Zaleha, MasterChef UK Contestant appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Scrumptious and flavourful! This dish shared by home cook Rosalynn Tan is unlike your usual fried rice. The Salted Egg Fried Mixed Rice recipe uses a combination of Jasmine and Thai Berry rice, complemented with a generous variety of ingredients such as chicken, prawn, asparagus, carrot and salted egg. “The use of different rice gives […] The post Salted Egg Fried Mixed Rice appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Moist and tender, this recipe brings out the best of fresh chicken meat! In this Salted Baked Chicken recipe, home cook Jessie Koey shares how it’s traditionally made. Ever since the famous salt baked chicken outlet in Singapore closed, we know it’s hard for many to find a place to enjoy this Hakka dish. […] The post Salt Baked Chicken appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Japanese curry has been made into a filling for breads in Japan for some time now, a treat more commonly known as curry-pan. You saw it correctly — the deep-fried food cut into half and sandwiched between two slices of white bread as shown on the packaging is curry-pan! According to @onose_negiice who tweeted about the curry-pan sandwich, the unusual double-carb delicacy turned out to be pretty delicious.
A restaurant in Singapore has come up with crispy chicken rendang amid the culinary storm whipped up last week by judges on cooking show MasterChef UK who dared to suggest the existence of such a dish.
Flavourful and aromatic. Whenever you cook this dish, your kitchen would be filled with a fantastic aroma. This recipe shared by home cook Stephanie Tai uses brown rice in a very creative way, and the taste caught us by surprise. Imagine crunchy brown rice crust that tastes nutty and smells just like popcorn! Home […] The post Brown Rice Crust Baked Salmon appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
There has been much talk about rendang in the news lately, due to a comment made on MasterChef UK by judge Gregg Wallace. Something that has caught the attention of the masses is the debate over "crispy chicken rendang". But how do you make crispy chicken rendang? Let the Smiling Afro show you the secret to perfecting this now-legendary dish.
Companies and government agencies in Singapore have capitalised on the “rendang-gate” fray this week, with their own humorous takes on the controversy that rippled across Southeast Asia after a judge on a British cooking show complained that a contestant’s chicken was not “crispy” enough. The comments about rendang on MasterChef UK have ignited outrage among the people of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei, who know very well that the dish is cooked in curry sauce and is not fried or crispy.
Rich and distinct in flavour, this Hakka Rice Wine Chicken recipe is shared by home cook Loh Sok Han. Traditionally a confinement food, this is also a healthy and nourishing dish the whole family can enjoy. “My family always look forward to having this dish!” – Loh Sok Han This dish that promotes blood […] The post Hakka Yellow Rice Wine Chicken appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Creamy, smooth and nutty spinach gravy. The Palak Paneer is one of the most popular north Indian dishes. This delicious recipe is shared by chef Andreia Machado, with a professional career working in Bulgari Hotel in Milan and the Gordon Ramsay Group in London. She also cooks and shares vegetarian recipes on dontask4salt.com. “My family and […] The post Palak Paneer Curry appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
In Singapore, we take our durians very seriously and we are never short of new and different ways of consuming this beloved King of Fruits. Put aside your durian strudels, tarts and pizzas, and brace yourself for the next durian craze – chargrilled durians. A new cafe called Double Durian which opened on Hamilton Road in February this year is offering this dish at $10.
Delicious combination of well-marinated pork and crunchy water chestnut. This Steamed Minced Pork with Water Chestnut 咸鱼马蹄蒸肉饼 recipe is shared by food blogger Celia Lim from FOODELICACY. This is one of the most popular recipes on her website and it’s a dish that people of all ages would enjoy. “A simple and healthy recipe […] The post Steamed Minced Pork with Water Chestnut appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Traditional handmade rice skin stuffed with stir-fried bamboo shoots, turnip, dried prawns and mushrooms. A Teochew Soon Kueh recipe shared by Eddie Tan also know as Shiokman Eddie. He’s passionate about food and loves sharing his recipes with everyone. Let’s find out how he creates this satisfying dish! In this recipe, the skin is […] The post Soon Kueh appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Subway Singapore has started the process to get Halal certification, the sandwich chain said on Wednesday (21 March), adding that all restaurants in Singapore would stop serving pork on the same day. In a Facebook post, Subway said that all of its restaurants in Singapore will serve only “non-pork protein” beginning 21 March 2018.
Sweet, sour and just a little spicy – this dish is super addictive! Our Assam Steamed Fish recipe taste so good, it’ll leave you wanting more. A healthy and nutritious dish that brings a punch of tanginess to your palate. Did you know that Assam, also known as Tamarid has great health benefits such […] The post Assam Steamed Fish appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Singapore heritage just got a lot more yummy, with the spotlight currently on our diverse food heritage. For example, Burasak – the Bugis version of Ketupat – which originated during the Bugis community’s seafaring days, is still available today at shops in Geylang. It is also served during festive occasions among the Malays in Singapore.
Halal food festival KB Live Fest was held over the weekend from 9 to 11 March at the D'Marquee at Downtown East. There were Ramly burgers, kebabs, burgers, Roti Johns and various savoury snacks. Sweet treats such as donuts, pancakes and corn-based drinks were also available. In addition to shopping deals from Singapore fashion brands, local music acts also performed during the three-day event. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
This pop-up cafe in Singapore is a haven for fans of Care Bears. Have fun dining here while being surrounded by decorations themed after the iconic bear characters, such as Tenderheart, Cheer and Grumpy Bear. Taking place at Kumoya cafe from 1 Feb till the end of March, menu items include Seafood Chowder Rice, Cheer-up Chicken Katsu and Spread-the-cheer Waffles. Prices range from $8.90 to $28.90. Kumoya collaborated with food blogger and bento artist Shirley Wong, also known as Little Miss Bento, to create the limited-period menu. Kumoya, located at Jalan Klapa in the Bugis area, is a Halal-certified café that serves Japanese-French-inspired desserts and savoury dishes. Read also: Sample Care Bear-themed fare at this pop-up cafe opening in February Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Low in calories and high in fibre – these dishes are packed with high nutrients and vitamins! In one of the recipes, we used Kale, a superfood that is loaded with powerful antioxidants, a great source of vitamin C and K, contains powerful nutrients that protect the eyes and the list goes on. These […] The post Healthy Detox Meal appeared first on Share Food Singapore.