This hearty meat and potato stir-fry boasts big flavors of fresh curry leaves and cumin. Another plus: it's on the table in 30 minutes.
To make this no-bake dessert, soft bread is soaked in a chocolate custard and layered with a zingy raspberry sauce.
Bake the mangos under the coconut batter, then flip it over to reveal one moist and juicy cake.
Have a taste of exotic Bali in this flavor-packed dish with chicken, coconut, egg, and green beans.
In these parts, carrot cake is not the sweet cake covered with cream cheese frosting. Instead, you get a savory pan fried omelette filled with crispy, tender cubes of glutinous radish "cake".
These chewy, coconut oatmeal cookies are bursting with chocolate chips—plus they're vegan too!
Who says cooking in papillote is just for fish? Parchment paper packets steam chicken, tomatoes, peppers, onions, lemon, and mediterranean herbs to moist perfection. All with only 2 tablespoons oil.
This super moist cake is full of ground toasted hazelnuts and swathed in a glossy dark espresso ganache. Panko crumbs and beaten egg whites keep the crumb light.
This creamy risotto starts with homemade chicken stock and fall off the bone tender chicken.
Singaporeans escape the heat with a mound of sweetened shaved ice that puts a Snoopy Sno Cone to shame.
Despite their blended interiors, these cheesecake swirl brownies wind up being just as rich, if not richer, than an all-chocolate fudge brownie.
Chewy glass noodles and ground chicken are stir fried with crunchy celery, ginger, and chilies.
Feeling lazy and not in the mood to scoop out cookie dough? Press it into the pan like I did with my favorite chocolate cookie.
Ripe bananas are right at home in this moist cashew and coconut laden cake. Top it off with a rum spiked glaze.
Rice studded with cilantro, olive, and sausage gets topped with flavorful tomato-y chickpea sauce.
Call it congee, rice porridge, or rice soup, this soothing bowl of chicken broth-simmered rice is hard to beat.
If you love Drake's Funny Bones, you'll go peanuts over this super rich layer cake.
Tender, moist chicken is simmered with chewy brown rice, flavorful shiitake mushrooms, and crunchy chestnuts. Sesame oil pulls the flavors together in this easy one-pot meal.
These chewy flourless cookies are all about the crunchy coconut and moist, fudgy center.
Soft layers of meringue sprinkled with crunchy almonds and filled with billows of cream and juicy fresh strawberries.
Soy milk tastes incredibly fresh and clean, and there is a dessert that makes the most of it: soya beancurd, or dou hua (soy bean curd dessert in Mandarin), tau huay in Hokkien, or simply soy pudding. Soy pudding is nothing more than soy milk which has been gelled just enough to barely hold it together. It's delicate, with a creamy melt-in-your-mouth texture. Served well-chilled, it's one of my favorite ways to crush the sticky-hot Singapore heat.
Freshly made, crisp tortillas, filled with chicken, gooey cheese, and a zingy tomatillo salsa make a fun, quick dinner.
Like malted milkshakes? This simple and creamy dessert is a blast of milk chocolate and malt, with crunchy malt candy on top.
Chunks of chicken and creamy Yukon Gold potatoes are stir fried with za'atar and spicy harissa.
Little pots of satiny molten chocolate are the ultimate chocolate fix in under 30 minutes.
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