Let's Make Spending Time At Home Great Again!

With all these #StayHome measures taken around the world, let us help you make the best of yout time at home with some easy and delicious recipes to try.  We could definitely use the free time to upgrade our cookng skills and whether you are a beginner or a pro in your own kitchen, we have just the right recipe for you to experiment with. Being at home all day will never be the same again as long as you are cooking with us.


10 Genius Food Hacks You Never Knew Of

Genius shortcuts for good food, in double-quick time

10 Best Asian Bakes To Indulge At Home

A baked strawberry fish chutney is a great oven dish to indulge in while spending time at home

10 Easy Rice Recipes FTW

For the millions in Asia, a meal isn't complete without rice. Here are 10 of our winning rice recipes made easy for you.

10 Easy-To-Teach Kid-Friendly Recipes to Make With Kids At Home

Keep their little hands busy and energies in one spot, so you get pockets of peace while working from home


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7 Super Simple and Creative Ways to Use Your Rice Cooker

Did you know, you can make desserts, dips, sauces and even a whole meal in your rice cooker? Here are 7 super simple ways.

10 Addictive Asian Desserts

Desserts in Asia don't just use white sugar for sweetness. There's caramel gold of gula melaka in many Southeast Asian desserts, to creamy milky coconut milk in a bubbling bowl of warm Thai bananas. And we're not forgetting the endless list of sweet tropical fruits, especially the year-round favourite dessert, mango sago pomelo.

4 Easy Peasy Ways To Keep Your Cooking Clean (And Germ-Free!)

From quarantining your proteins, to isolating your cutting boards, Debbie Wong tells us just how easy it is to be clean in the kitchen

11 Easy Tips For Healthier Meals

Trust me, eating healthier meals can be easy. More so, if you're cooking at home. That's because it's one of the best things you can do to get healthy- you're in full control of what goes into your food, and how you prepare it, and that's most important. So don't simply give up your indulgences or stick to the same ‘clean’ foods. There are many ways to tweak your favourite recipes to make them more nutritious for your everyday diet- here are my 11 Easy Tips For Healthier Meals.

The Family Table

More people means more food, and here’s how you make for memorable and tastier family get-togethers with popular family recipes from Asian Food Network. Add flavors to the memories of sharing, loving, fighting, laughing, and making up with family. Spend less time worrying about what to make, and more time bonding with the ones you don’t treasure enough.



Sambal Tumis Udang

Spicy sauteed shrimp that packs a punch, deliciously finger licking good!

Cucur Udang

Indulge in delicious deep-fried prawn fritters, one is simply not enough!

Ayam Pongteh

The Peranakan Chicken Stew For Non-Spice Lovers. While many Peranakan dishes can be complicated and time-consuming, Ayam Pongteh, or Chicken Stew, is a classic stew that’s one of the easier ones, and uses a manageable number of ingredients. The key ingredient is tau cheo, a kind of intensely salty, smoky and yeasty fermented soybean that makes everything come together. Gula melaka too, sweetly balances everything. There’s also no spice in this, unusual for Peranakan cuisine, so everyone can tuck in.

Kimchi Fried Noodles

Quick fix for kimchi cravings and best of all, you can add anything to this dish.We highly recommend melting a slice of cheese right on the top.

New Series

This will be your new favourite spot to check out all the latest webisodes by our very own foodies. Whether it is food or travel, this will be your go-to in learning how to cook or basically, being the pro of where to eat.  Always looking for the perfect food guide when you are travelling, we've got you covered too. Check out our weekly series and register to recieve exclusive updates, let's just say, you snooze, you lose.


At Home with Marinka

Join popular TV host and Chef Marinka in her new series for wholesome, hearty and personal recipes that are easy to whip up in any home kitchen! Marinka shares secrets from her culinary experience and puts a modern and international twist on Indonesian favorites by combining the flavors of East and West together. Viewers will find inspiration in transforming familiar dishes into works of art. These recipes don’t just taste good, they are simple to cook and plated in style.

Sarah's Asian Myths

Sarah Huang Benjamin busts age old culinary myths, shares food hacks and more in this series of Sarah's Asian Myths. Do you really need to fry belacan before making belacan? Can you make ramen out of pasta? Ziploc bags & soft, fragrant congee? Find out now when you watch Sarah's Asian Myths.

Destination Flavours China

Follow Adam Liaw explores the traditional tastes of China - straight from the source itself.

Luke Nguyen's Railway Vietnam

Luke Nguyen delves deep into Vietnamese cuisine and brings you around to find the best places, and the best of vietnamese cuisine on his journey around Vietnam.

Low on Carbs

Yummy without the tummy. The most delicious and keto-friendly ways to cut carbs. Healthier eating is a lot easier when it is delicious. Asian Food Network offers for the health conscious a buffet of options that help you cut calories and increase flavor.


Flavoursome Nutritious Quinoa Gado Gado

Labelled one of the top five national dishes of Indonesia, the Gado Gado brims with tasty treasures. A salad of lightly blanched vegetables tossed with fried bean curd and tempeh, topped off with savoury creamy peanut sauce. Instead of boiled potatoes, we use quinoa for a nutritional kick! Enjoy this dish fresh, or chilled from the refrigerator.

A Fast Recipe for Amazing Satay Lettuce Wraps

A quick and easy recipe using store bought frozen satay meat slices with a slight twist to how it is being served.

Hearty Umami Seafood Spinach Mee Hoon Kueh

What is better than a dish filled with the umami flavors of the sea? The answer lies in this recipe, our healthy twist to the Seafood Mee Hoon Kueh. Using one of the superfood, spinach, to replace the traditional noodle, this colorful dish is not just delightfully delicious but high in vitamins that are great for your eye health, reduce oxidative stress and blood pressure.

Healthy Beetroot Soup

If you are looking for a dish that is jam-packed with nutrients, you are at the right place! Here we have our version of Beetroot Soup that is incredibly healthy... and tasty. You can choose to have it as your main course with a side of bread, or as a starter! Either ways, we guarantee that you will enjoy every drop of this sweet, savory, creamy goodness.

So Local So Good

Easy, quick, authentic. That’s how we like our Asian food. We’ve searched Asia and found the easiest way to cook it like Asian parents, their parents, and their parents’ parents made it, no matter where in the world you are.


Yang Zhou Fried Rice

Yang Zhou Fried Rice is definitely a dish that everyone knows. Almost everyone would have eaten this dish before, and hence it is no stranger to us. Having tasted this dish multiple times, why not try recreating this dish at home? We have the perfect Yang Zhou Fried Rice for you, simple and easy for you to recreate. With just five steps, you can prepare this dish in 35 minutes. Pro-tip, you can also make use of your leftover rice to recreate this dish.

Singapore Hokkien Mee

If a dish can be a mood, then the Singapore Hokkien Meecan only be known as cheery. A plate of glossy yellow and white noodles, bright orange shrimp, white rings of squid and green strips of Chinese chives soaked in a gravy made with seafood broth and served with lime, it is a popular dish that can be found in any Hawker Centre in Singapore. Here’s a tip –the longer you are able to simmer the seafood broth, the tastier your dish would be!

Hainanese Chicken Rice

A popular dish in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, this juicy and succulent steamed chicken is always a feast! Here’s an easy recipe for you to recreate this delicious dish at home.

Mapo Tofu

Mapo Tofu is a famous Sichuan dish that is spicy and tongue-numbing. It consists of mainly tofu, spicy sauce, minced meat, and, most importantly, Sichuan peppercorn. By recreating this Mapo Tofu dish, you can adjust the spiciness, the ingredients, and give it your own spin. You don't have to be a cooking expert to whip up this dish because it can be prepared under 30 minutes with just three steps.

DIY Kitchen

Not from Asia? From Asia but need a refresh on the basics? The fundamentals are always a great place to start and be reminded of. Spend some time here and you’ll be one of our Foodies in no time.


Three Types of Soy Sauce That You Must Know About

Three types of soy sauce, so many more ways to use the versatile condiment that originated so many years ago.

Three Ways to Cook Chicken Breast and Have Them Tender Like a Pro

Cook chicken breast like a pro and never have your chicken overcooked ever again.

Three Types of Rice You Should Know

What you need to know about this easy (and one of the oldest) food staple.

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