A wholesome one-bowl meal for special occasions or just because, packed with flavourful spices and hefty vegetables.
A light, textural, bready salad that delights with every bite. It’s great as a side on the Christmas table.
Yes, local leafy greens can be turned into a luxurious soup with just a little bit of imagination.
A festive roast chicken seasoned with local and easily attainable ingredients.
A dish with many styles, this variation amps up the savoury kick with a lot of taucu and kucai.
Serve this kopitiam favourite at your next gathering, full of East-meets-West flavours and textures.
A peanut butter-noodle dish that can’t be beaten for convenience and flavour. Bulk it up for a full meal, or scale it down for a snack.
Fried pasta makes for a quick weekday lunch in between work calls. Prep a large batch to bring to a party, and watch it disappear like magic.
Zhuzh up your everyday tomato soup with spices and raisins for a flavoursome lunch.
Fiery black pepper meets silky meehoon in this quick meal, perfect for when you want a homemade meal—fast.
A rice porridge filled with savoury treasures, a centrepiece for any vegetarian feast.
This sambal tumis is the perfect hearty breakfast to sustain you the whole morning.
This rice dish is beloved all across Nigeria and West Africa, full of tomatoes and heat.
Plenty of coconut milk and freshly steamed fish make for a hearty bowl of fish curry noodles, perfect for a family dinner.
Stale pieces of Gardenia to use up? Whip up this quick, customisable snack and enjoy with a cup of tea.
A fun cooking project that will have your guests demanding to know where you tapau-ed it from.
A wonderfully savoury salad for a crowd, perfect for potlucks, parties, and picnics.
No meat, no problem. This carbonara substitutes bacon fat with rich ghee, making it just as indulgent.
When joy is scarce, we find every reason to celebrate. Make this yee sang any time of the year.
This recipe is based on Glenn’s favourite stall that he claims serves “the best version of tomato mee” that he has come across so far.
When fried like this, the cream crackers maintain their crunch while also absorbing the oil from the spice mix. Necessity really is the (grand)mother of invention.
Sayaka’s grandmother made this dish often for the family, serving it straight from the pot to save time on washing up.