Sujatha Asokan, Head Chef, The Garage, “The dish I have picked is one that I love when I go to zi char places for dinner. I would always order salted egg sotong or pork ribs. For this recipe, I’ve given it a contemporary bistro touch, refining the dish with a salted egg yolk aioli with mayonnaise. It’s perfect finger food for when friends come over.”
14. Cast Iron Charred Ngoh Hiang Dumplings With Beauty In The Pot Sauce
“I was taught how to make basic ngoh hiang by a close friend and we decided to put it into a dumpling because who doesn’t love pork dumplings! They are easy to make and can be done in advance, and then we’d sear them hard in a cast iron pan because #noburnnotaste,” says Chef Sam Chablani.
For a more child-friendly version of the fiery Sichuan mala fish, try one braised in the traditional Sichuan bean paste. More people in the family will be able to handle the heat and it will still be as delicious.
Fried Moong Dal is a dish of of fried and salted mung bean lentils, reminiscent of the old times when cinemas still sold kacang putih. Make it at home with this simple recipe, the kids will probably enjoy it too.
Looking for a quick and savoury afternoon snack? Give our simple beancurd skin roll recipe a try! The combination of pork and mushroom with the crunch of the beancurd skin will satisfy your afternoon munchies.
For a hearty family dinner dish, try this recipe for a deep fried claypot fish head that everyone will definitely enjoy! Garoupa fish is recommended for this recipe as it is firm enough to withstand the intense process of deep frying.