A pie is a sweet or savoury dish with a crust and a filling and is usually baked in a pie dish. But sometimes we want something more easy-going, organic and delightfully simple to make. Introducing the galette! What is a galette? galette is a round pastry wrapped and fruit-filled dessert that is baked on a baking sheet. The best thing about galettes is that you can make it with any kind of fruit you like. Strawberries, berries, pear, apple – the list goes on. Today, we have a delicious peach galette – a crowd of juicy peaches baked inside the most buttery, flaky and totally fool-proof pastry crust.
What's not to love about this crispy tea time snack? This local snack is easy to make, bursts with flavour, and can be completed in a little over an hour. Perfect for a little teatime indulgence or an appetiser to whet your appetite before going heavy on the mains. In this National Day Special, we are happy to have Chef Roland Lim from Spice N Pans share his Crispy Prawn Roll recipe with us. Let's get started!
Everyone always wants seconds or thirds of this awesome recipe – we think it’s because it's a classic cheesecake recipe– but it’s even better with the slight tartness of lemon inside. Tips for making this cheesecake great?
Love your local dishes? Try a mini quiz with us! Put on your chef’s hat and imagine flavourful ingredients like lemongrass, garlic, shallots, dried chillies, shallots, galangal, and turmeric all blended together in a food processor. What comes to mind? If you’re thinking about laksa paste, you’re spot on! At first glance, the dish can easily be confused with curry — but the taste is absolutely distinct from the famous dish originating from India. But let’s not get “curried” away! Laksa is known for its distinct seafood flavours: prawns, cockles, fish, you name it. This coconut-rich dish has many variations across the Southeast Asian region. And if you’re well-travelled, you’ll be quick to realise that there are so many types of Laksa across Singapore and Malaysia! There’s the tamarind-based Asam Laksa, Laksa Penang and the coconut-based versions like Curry Laksa, Laksam and Singapore Laksa. In today’s recipe shared by home chef Roland Lim from Spice N' Pans, we will focus on the ever-popular Singapore Laksa. This recipe uses the Kenwood Food Processor FDM302
If you’re an avid baker who loves making bread, you’ve probably heard of sourdough discard. This recipe lets you make full use of this commonly discarded part and turn it into something absolutely flavoursome and snack-worthy.Let’s get down to it!