Yummy and easy recipes that only require ingredients you already have at home.
Now that we're in Phase 2 Heightened Alert (Phase 2.5?), it's time to start spending the weekends at home again.
This week, we've collated a treat for the foodies: "Aaron Wong's Stay-Home Survival Cookbook", our hit DIY series offering food hacks, tips and tricks by Masterchef Singapore finalist and self-proclaimed ah beng Aaron Wong.
Simply read on for delicious, easy-to-make, survival-mode recipes that will help you stay fed while you stay home and stay safe. Binge-watch all the videos below, or tap on the links to go to the respective articles for each episode.
Enjoy - and stay safe!
In this first episode, Aaron Wong demonstrates how to achieve that perfectly gooey and well-brined Japanese ramen egg.
Here's how you can up your fried rice game to zhi char-worthy levels with a few simple ingredients.
Why have your instant noodles kosong when you can whip up something that would make the Maggi Goreng seller downstairs go out of business?
Can a few spices and a dash of soya sauce turn spam into something scrumptious? In a word, yes.
It's surprisingly easy to transform an unremarkable can of stewed pork into a savoury bowl of deliciousness that your tastebuds will kow tow and thank you for.