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Starters & Snacks

You Can Do It Too: Delicious, Crispy Spring Rolls

Imagine this: Bite down on a freshly-friend, wonderfully crisp spring roll with a juicy vegetable and mushroom filling. Sounds good? Are you salivating? Us too – so we’ve got a flaky, juicy, and easy spring roll tutorial for you right here. Spring rolls are a very popular appetizer at restaurants, but they can cost quite a bit, considering the relatively simple ingredients that go into making them. Why not make your own at a fraction of the cost? The best …

Make These Juicy Gyoza Dumplings Today!

A burst of juicy flavour, crisped skin on the outside, Japanese pan-fried dumplings or gyoza are a popular dish for a simple weekday meal. The key thing that makes gyoza so special – and different from most dumplings – is that they are first fried, then steamed for a short time. This gives the dumpling the best of both worlds – a little bit of crispiness, and softness from the steaming. What’s great about gyoza (or pretty much any dumpling) …

Classic & Easy Thai Fishcakes

Missing your favourite Thai restaurant? No fear, you can replicate some of their dishes right here! One of our favourite starters at a Thai restaurant are their fishcakes. The recipe we have here is almost a meal itself – packed full of fish (you can use any white fish meat – flaky ones do well), potato and herbs. The fishcakes are then fried to a light crisp on the outside, while still retaining its moist centre. We like pairing this …

Easy Vegetable Spring Rolls

Quick and easy, these Vegetable Spring Rolls are a healthy and simple treat to make. Be it a snack or a meal, these spring rolls are a completely portable to-go option that is sure to be a hit with everyone.

Vegetarian Beancurd Roll (Ngo Hiong/Lobak)

Ngo Hiong simply means five spice in Teow Chew language; this is a fantastic dish made with sliced taro and carrot instead of pork meat, but the classic flavour has been retained with five spice powder and good quality white pepper powder. Made with KENWOOD Kflex or Spiralizer.

Shanghai Egg Pouch Dumplings in Seafood Broth

These Shanghai style dumplings make great comfort food for the family as they make a satisfying soup-based dish. They are called egg dumplings because the dumpling wrapper consists of a thin layer of beaten egg mixture instead of the more well-known flour-dough, providing an instant option for making dumpling wrappers. The dumplings may be soaked in a tasty broth as shown here, or may form part of steamboat fare. INGREDIENTS 3 A-sized eggs 1 tbsp tapioca starch 1/4 tsp salt …