1. Bringing Your Tiktok Baked Feta Pasta to the Next Level

    Bringing Your Tiktok Baked Feta Pasta to the Next Level
    Have you tried your hand at making that delicious, creamy and easy Feta Baked Pasta that has taken TikTok by storm? While it may look easy, our resident chefs and bakers here at Kenwood have tried their hand at creating their very own versions of the dish and found ways to bring this dish to the next level. Here's how.

    Blend To Create A Smooth Sauce

    TikTok users have reported getting better results from this recipe by pouring the sauce into a blender (first make sure your blender can handle hot liquids!) and whizzing into a smooth, silky sauce. Do this at the end of Step 7 with the help of Kenwood Blend-X Compact Blender.

    Add Colour and Texture

    Throw in some sauteed mushrooms, green beans, spinach, onions or bell peppers for extra vitamins, crunch and colour.

    Beat the Food Coma

    Try whole-grain or buckwheat pasta for an earthier taste, lower calories and higher fibre content. These pastas take longer to digest so you won’t need a nap right after dinner.

    Make It Vegan and Lactose-Free

    Replace the cheese with firm tofu and a rich nut or seed spread, like cashew cream or tahini. Before Step 2, simply blend the tofu, cashews/seed spread with nutritional yeast and garlic powder in a food processor – such as the
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  2. Tiktok Baked Feta Pasta Recipe: Try It Yourself

    Tiktok Baked Feta Pasta Recipe: Try It Yourself
    Not all pasta recipes are made equal, but this viral TikTok-inspired recipe comes pretty close to perfection. Here’s our spin on how you can recreate the Tiktok Baked Feta Pastadish for an easy midweek dinner that hits the spot, especially after a long day.

    What’s this pasta dish all about?

    Popular on TikTok, this baked pasta dish originated from Finland – not Italy, surprisingly! – and features just six must-have ingredients. It takes just under an hour to throw together, and we find smashing the cheese and tomatoes near the end really good for de-stressing, too! Finding it hard to perfect it? Read our article on how to bring this dish to the next level!


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  3. You Can Do It Too: Delicious, Crispy Spring Rolls

    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. Sound good? Today 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 part is that, you can add anything you want into these delicious little bites. This recipe is more of the classic vegetarian variant, but you can absolutely add your own. These are some of our favourite additions:
    • Turnip, for that extra crunch
    • Minced meat (if you want it more filling)
    • And let’s not forget to pair these with your favourite sauce. We say, go for a Thai sweet chili.


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  4. Horchata Milk And How To Make It At Home (Super Easy!)

    Horchata Milk And How To Make It At Home (Super Easy!)
    Nut milk has long been a popular alternative to dairy milk for vegans and those suffering from lactose intolerance or dairy-related allergies. More recently, the list of dairy-free choices has expanded to include grain-based milk beverages, including one known as horchata. Horchata originates from a Mediterranean tradition of grinding grains to create drinks (the name comes from the Latin word hordeata, which in turn originates from hordeum or barley). These drinks have been an important alternative form of protein for people consuming plant-based diets or living in places where dairy sources were unavailable. There are many, many types of horchata around the world. Drinkers in the Mediterranean as well as Latin America, where the drink is also popular, have their preferred recipes and flavour combinations. The sky really is the limit when picking your horchata ingredients. You can make a horchata drink from rice, sesame seeds, barley or even pumpkin and melon seeds. A popular version in the Mediterranean and parts of Africa is making horchata out of grains and tubers such as tiger nuts and rice.

    Not that kind of nut

    Don’t be fooled by the name: tiger nuts are not actually nuts. Although they come from the tuber family, they earned this misleading name because they have stripes like tigers and taste like almonds or pecans. Producers harvest the marble-sized tiger nuts from the yellow nutsedge plant. Researchers have found that in West African countries such as Nigeria and Mali, tiger nuts are a popular and cheap source of protein. I
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  5. Vegetarian Beancurd Roll or Ngo Hiong

    Vegetarian Beancurd Roll or Ngo Hiong
    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.


      4 large flexible tofu skin sheets for wrapping
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  6. Easy Veggie Fried Spring Rolls

    Easy Veggie Fried 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.


      12 rice paper wrappers
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  7. The Ultimate Ondeh Ondeh Recipe!

    The Ultimate Ondeh Ondeh Recipe!
    Who can resist Ondeh Ondeh? This Southeast Asian sweet treat has everything we love about dessert in this region – coconut, gula melaka, and it’s oh-so-soft and chewy! Today, we’ve got the ultimate Ondeh Ondeh recipe for you. This recipe is contributed by passionate homecook Hedy over at Share Food. Unlike original recipes which uses food colouring and glutinous rice flour and tapioca flour, home cook Hedy uses purple sweet potato to achieve natural colouring and gives the ondeh ondeh’s skin a firmer structure that makes the wrapping of gula melaka much easier! Hedy is a certified pastry chef and she believes that cooking is a life skill that everyone should have. You can check out her Instagram account #Chefanista where she shares her heirloom recipes! Read the full story here. But in the meantime, let’s make Ondeh Ondeh! Can't get enough of Ondeh Ondeh? Try our hugely popular Ondeh Ondeh Cookies recipe!


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  8. Your Very Own Homemade Kaya Recipe

    Your Very Own Homemade Kaya Recipe
    Ask anyone for their favourite go-to breakfast item and more often than not, kaya toast with two soft boiled eggs will be mentioned. It's not hard to see why - soft white bread spread with a generous amount of creamy kaya together with a thick slab of butter, enjoyed with milky tea or coffee - what are great way to start your day! Kaya at its most basic form is made using eggs, sugar, coconut milk and pandan leaves. The green from the Kaya comes from pandan extract. This recipe is lovingly contributed by home cook Anne Leong.


      500 g
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  9. Cook Healthy, Eat Clean: Simple Healthy Salads You Can Whip Up in No Time!

    Cook Healthy, Eat Clean: Simple Healthy Salads You Can Whip Up in No Time!
    While the concept of eating clean might be appealing, the hassle of creating a healthy meal from scratch might turn some away. When it comes to creating a clean and green meal, salads are your best friend. Easy, quick and chock full of goodness, a good hearty salad is a fuss-free way of getting your daily nutrients while keeping you satiated. To get you started, here are a few refreshing salad recipes that you can toss-up in a jiffy, and give you the wholesome meal you’ve been dreaming of.

    3-Ingredient Mediterranean Salad (By The Mediterranean Dish)

    Refreshing, clean and delicious, this recipe only requires 3 ingredients, giving you a quick fresh salad with parsley and light lemon dressing. Straight out of the Eastern Mediterranean kitchen, this traditional dish is called the Salata, and is where salads like fattoush and tabouli derive inspiration from.
    • 6 Roma tomatoes, diced (about 3 cups diced tomatoes)
    • 1 Large English cucumber (or hot-house cucumber), diced
    • 1/2 to 3/4 packed cup/ 15 to 20 g chopped fresh parsley leaves
    • Salt, to taste
    • 1/2 tsp black pepper
    • 1 tsp ground Sumac
    • 2 t
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  10. Make Your Kids Love Their Greens with This Vegetarian Pizza!

    Make Your Kids Love Their Greens with This Vegetarian Pizza!
    We get it, it's hard to make your kids love eating their greens. But fibre is an important part of any diet, especially for young children! Fret not, as vegetables don't always have to be bland and boring. With this vegetarian pizza, we'll guarantee your little ones will gobble down slice after slice.


    For the Dough
     300 g Wheat Flour
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