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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.

Travel for Love

Travel for Love is a social experiment presenting all the thrills of travel, with a refreshing take on the beginnings of new relationships. This ten-part series takes place in 5 different cities in Asia – Kuching, Yogyakarta, Dalat, Kuala Lumpur and Bohol. Throughout the series, the influencers will experience amazing local flavors, discover stunning destinations and delve into the unique cultures of their host cities, all whilst challenging their comfort zones, by going on three blind dates. After meeting 3 romantic hopefuls, each influencer will need to choose just 1 person, to go on a second date with. Will sparks fly, or will things smoulder and perhaps ignite new, intangible connections?

Destination Flavours China

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

Start Feb with a Bang!

Skip the overpriced restaurants, war for reservations, busy waiters and create a truly unique experience right in the safety of your own home. Fab Feb is here and the whole month is filled with lots of love and delicious recipes. Make everyday delicious and treat the ones you love to some of our Valentine's Day worthy recipes.


Coconut Milk with Corn and Boba

A versatile dessert that can be served hot and cold; drank from a cup or sipped from a bowl, the Coconut Milk with Corn and Boba is a tasty treat for the young and old. Enjoy the creaminess of the coconut with the delightful sweetness of corn and sago pearls. Best served with a touch of mint leaves and sesame seeds!

Chicken Pastil

Love yourself some food and origami? Then try your hand at the Chicken Pastil, steamed rice and shredded chicken wrapped in fragrant banana leaves. Popular for breakfast in the Philippines, it is also great for an afternoon snack. And here’s a secret that chefs will not share with you –add a knotted pandan leaf while cooking the rice for more flavor!

Rejoice, You Can Make Authentic Thai Milk Tea at Home!

Creamy and sweet with a tinge of bitterness and spice, the Thai Iced Tea is a delicious and refreshing drink that is popular in its motherland (Thailand) and neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia. Its interesting flavor is created from steeping a variety of spices that one wouldn’t normally put in tea –star anise, cardamom, clove and cinnamon stick. P.S. Don’t worry if you do not have all the spices, it will still turn out quite delicious!

We’ve Hacked Healthier Home-Made Prata Curry Puffs!

Add a twist to your usual Curry Puff by using Prata skin instead! Not only is Prata Curry Puff easy to make since the frozen pratas are readily available at any major grocery stores, but it is also a perfect afternoon snack for everyone at home, at work, or just anywhere on the go. This recipe is also healthier since the curry puffs are being baked instead of being deep-fried. Grab some potatoes, chicken thigh, onions, and frozen pratas and start making your Prata Curry Puff.


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Wow! Singapore: Two-Face Burnt Cheesecake

Beautifully burnt –two words to describe a special cheesecake made in Singapore’s Keong Saik Bakery. A classic twist that came from Spain decades ago, this basque cheesecake, or burnt cheesecake is crafted with four types of cheese.

10 Ultimate Slurp Worthy Noodle Recipes

From the widely known comfort noodle soup from Vietnam, Bun Bo Hue, to Japchae, a dry glass noodle dish with celebratory colours, enjoy our pick of the 10 Ultimate Slurp Worthy Noodle Recipes. Why noodles? Well, is there anything as flirty and satisfying than slurping up a delicious plate of noodles?

You Can Make Singapore’s World Famous Chili Crab at Home!

Picture this –Crab, the sweetest of seafood, swimming in a red and thick gravy that is interwoven with little white ribbons of egg. That,is the Singapore Chili Crab, a national pride and famous across the world. The intense flavour comes from the spice paste –a harmony of chili, garlic, shallots and ginger –mixed with a touch of vinegar, tomatoes and grated pineapple, which pairs perfectly with the sweetness of the crab. Eat with your hands, and gravy-soaked buns for the full experience!

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.



Chinese Red Bean Pancakes

Picture this -crispy, golden crepe enveloping a sheet of warm, velvety red bean paste. It is the perfect dessert, originating from China, and a must-have item in any authentic Chinese restaurant. It is made from the simplest of ingredients–some flour, sesame oil, and red bean paste (homemade or canned works) –and unlike many desserts, takes no time to prepare. For some colour and added sweetness, dust icing sugar on the pancakes!

Butterfly Pea Cauliflower Nasi Lemak

Ever heard of keto-friendly nasi lemak? Well, the unofficial Malaysian national dish is now that, in a brilliant blue. Crumbed cauliflower substitutes rice to give the dish a natural sweetness, infused with creamy coconut and aromatic pandan. Dig also into tender chicken sizzled in tumeric, tangy mustard and salt. And for a true-blue nasi lemak experience, add sambal, lots of it. You can also replace chicken with sambal squid.

Stuffed Tofu Pok

You might love it when drenched in hot coconut laksa. But here, tofu puffs are deep-fried and potato stuffed, and you might love it too. A plate of tofu puffs are first emptied of tofu, then stuffed with a creamy, savoury mixture of mashed potato, rich eggs and soft tofu. Try it, it’s a mix cooked in culinary heaven.

Thai Pork Dumplings

If you enjoy Chinese Dumpling Soup (or Wonton Soup), you will enjoy its distant cousin –the Thai Pork Dumpling Soup! This soup is full of Thai flavors like lemongrass and fish sauce, with dumplings floating in a hearty chicken soup so juicy that they will knock your socks off. Finish the soup with a handful of sliced scallions and cilantro leaves!

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.


Steamed Egg with Prawns

Known as ‘steamed water egg’ in Hong Kong, this classic Chinese dish with prawns and black fungus is a soft, silky comfort food.

Southern Filipino Comfort: Law-Uy is Soup for the Soul

Originating from Mindanao, or Southern Philippines, the Law-Uy is a soup you need when your soul needs a hug. It is unique in its flavor and appearance -a soup of lemongrass with brightly coloured vegetables and topped with fish slices. For an extra pow, we recommend a touch of fish sauce to taste.

Three Cup Chicken

Three cup chicken is a 'MUST HAVE' whenever you visit any Tze Char store. Broken down into three simple steps, you can get it all done within 35 minutes! Not only is the recipe easy to follow, but it also gives off an authentic and homely taste. With just three key ingredients - chicken stock, Chinese black vinegar, and soy sauce, there you have a dish that suits the tastebud of all age groups.

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Review: Ding Dong Turns Heads with Contemporary Southeast Asian Cuisine

Experimental takes on nostalgic flavours that’ll change the way you look at Southeast Asian street food

10 Must-Eat Healthy Filipino Food

Healthy Filipino food? You might think that that's the last word you would use to describe Filipino cuisine, but you'll soon see that many dishes are healthy, health-boosting, and this is important: Delicious. Salads for example, is a heavy feature, with ingredients like sea grapes (a type of seaweed) and all kinds of vegetables- bittergourd is a huge favourite. Others, like Sinigang, is a lovely and spicy tamarind-base soup with chicken, beef or pork and smells of Thai Tom Yam. Don't miss all the rest in my 10 Must-Eat Healthy Filipino Food list!

The Top 6 Japanese Ingredients and Recipe Suggestions

Dreaming of learning Japanese cuisine without a formal cooking school? Well, you just need to have these six essential ingredients and recipes with you. Read now.

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.


Does Singapore Have the Best Char Kway Teow?

There are many Char Kway Teow recipes out there, all with different iterations - Penang Char Kway Teow is lighter in colour, and not as sweet as Singapore’s Char Kway Teow. The recipe and texture of the noodles are also slightly different, but still delicious. Regardless of origin, our Char Kway Teow recipe is easy to follow, for an easy dish to enjoy.

Prawn Noodle Soup

Prawn noodle soup is a popular Asian dish that many often order when eating out at hawker centers. What better way to enjoy Prawn noodle soup dish than to recreate this dish on your own! Have as many serving as you want, and take all the prawns that you want to eat. The richness of the broth will definitely make the extra time taken worth it, and you won't regret your homecooked Prawn Noodle Soup.

We’ve Hacked Healthier Home-Made Prata Curry Puffs!

Add a twist to your usual Curry Puff by using Prata skin instead! Not only is Prata Curry Puff easy to make since the frozen pratas are readily available at any major grocery stores, but it is also a perfect afternoon snack for everyone at home, at work, or just anywhere on the go. This recipe is also healthier since the curry puffs are being baked instead of being deep-fried. Grab some potatoes, chicken thigh, onions, and frozen pratas and start making your Prata Curry Puff.

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.


Breakfast Basic - All the Ways You Can Cook Eggs for a Hearty Meal

Eggs make a simple but delicious breakfast you can cook in just a few minutes. Learn how to cook different egg dishes to make your breakfast heart-friendly and exciting.

How To Choose a Good Durian

They say durian is the most divisive fruit on the planet. Some like it, but some hate it. If you love durian, here are ways in choosing the best durian in fruit stands.

Spice Up Your Meat Dishes - How to Make Different Asian Marinades

Level up all your traditional meat recipes at home with the best sauces from Asia. Check out the different types of Asian inspired marinades you can make at home.

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