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Home Cooked Dishes

Sweet Potato Nachos

Nachos don’t have to be an unhealthy snack anymore! This loaded sweet potato nachos dish is even tastier than the classic ones and will transform your Mexican nights. Experiment with your favourite toppings to create a delicious, healthy 20-minute dish that can be a great appetiser, movie snack or kid-friendly meal. Preparation time:  10 minutes | Cooking time: 10 minutes | Serves: Up to 6

Oyster Mee Sua (Or Ah Mee Sua)

The Or Ah Mee Sua, a popular street food commonly found in Taiwan, is a bowl of soft thin noodle simmered in rich umami broth. Our version here calls for extra meat balls – made from blending chicken meat with fresh oysters!. Then top with juicy and plump baby oysters.

Char Siew Sou (Baked Chinese Puff with Roasted Chicken Fillings)

Sou is a type of flaky Chinese pastry found in a variety of regional Chinese cuisines. This version is attributed to the Cantonese genre of dim sum where roasted pork is seasoned, thickened and baked in flaky pastry. Traditional version usually calls for lard but we tweak it by using butter instead. Makes 10 rectangle puffs

Steam Chicken Meat Bun

This larger than usual fluffy steam bun holds together a generous combination of fillings that consist of chicken, dried shiitake mushrooms, jicama and a half of poached egg, all seasoned with our specialty gravy.

Mini Taro Nest

Taro nest is a classic Chinese banquet dish which is a favourite of many. Mashed taro is formed into nests, deep fried to crispy and used as the base for chicken or vegetable fillings. Opt for palm based shortening that is trans-fat free. We use fresh crab meat and chilli sauce as topping in this classic rendition. This recipe makes 10 mini sized taro nests.

Hokkien Ngoh Hiang

Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside! This unique Hokkien and Teochew dish is filled with all the goodness in each roll, and it will never be enough for everybody! Here’s bringing to you Hokkien Ngoh Hiang and this recipe is brought to you by ShareFood.sg contributor Irene Tan, where she shares her Ah Ma’s recipe. When a recipe is passed down from generations to generations, that’s when you know it’s good! Full post here.