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Bake with Your Kids – 6 Baking Recipes Under 30mins!

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6 Baking Recipes Under 30mins!

School holidays are just around the corner! What better way to spend time with the kids than to have a fun baking session together? We’ve selected 6 hassle-free and easy recipes that takes less than 30mins for you to share with your children!

1. Rocky Road Peanut Clusters

These addictive morsels of Rocky Road Peanut Clusters only require FIVE ingredients and are made in the microwave! A delicious sweet treat for everyone to enjoy! Be warned, once you start, you can’t stop!

Recommended Bakeware: Jamie Oliver Non-Stick Baking Tray

2. Dutch Baby Pancakes

Forget regular pancakes! This super fluffy, super moist Dutch Baby Pancakes are perfect for those lazy Sunday mornings when you want to do something extra special for breakfast! Not a fan of blueberries? Go with strawberries or even cobbled peaches as toppings!

Recommended Bakeware: Magisso Ballon Whisk

3. Cheesy Pull-Apart Garlic Bread

Here’s how to make gooey, cheesy, garlicky pull-apart bread, one step at a time! Addictively buttery and cheesy with each piece bursting with fresh herb and garlic flavours!

Recommended Bakeware: Mye Wooden Round Pizza Board With Handle

4. Banana & Raisin Cinnamon Muffins

Get wowed by this simple recipe that will fill your kitchen with the aroma of cinnamon and baked bananas. In just 3 simple steps, and less than 30 mins get ready to bond and bake these tasty treats with your children! Perfect for tea parties!

An easy to make recipe that combines delicious creamed banana batter with a healthy and flavourful cinnamon mix.

Recommended Bakeware: Jamie Oliver Non-Stick Muffin Tin

5. Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies

Feeling peckish and looking for a kid activity this school holiday? Grab your mixing bowls, spatula and get ready to bake these Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies. A perfect teatime snack for the children as they wash it down with a glass of cold milk!

Recommended Bakeware:  Jamie Oliver Balloon Whisk with Acacia Wood Handle

6. Classic Waffles

A popular snack worldwide, waffles can be eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Here’s our version of classic waffles – fluffy, moist and tasty. Serve it with your favourite ice-cream, topped with chocolate sauce, whipped cream or icing sugar!

Recommended Appliance: Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker

That’s not all! For the month of September, we have a ton of Junior Chef Classes just for you and your child! From Handmade Pasta & Molten Lava Cake by Chef Michele to Ice Cream Cone Cake by Chef Phillia, roll up your sleeves and get ready for the time of your life with your kid!

Full ToTT Junior Chef Class listing available here.

 

Be Reminded of Home – 6 Home-Made Recipes to Celebrate National Day!

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Be Reminded of Home –

6 Home-Made Recipes to Celebrate National Day!

Let us bring you down memory lane this National Day as we explore the joy of wholesome home-cooked meals. Join us as we relive the precious memories of heat warming dishes lovingly set upon the family dining table with these six delicious recipes!

1. Signature Ayam Chin

A firm local favourite, Ayam Chin is perfect as a main dish or finger food! Whip up this signature Perenakan dish with an easy recipe by Chef Lisa Leong. Your kitchen will be filled with the aroma of cinnamon, garlic, coriander as this chicken stew gently simmers over the stove! Perfect with hot steaming rice.

Recommended Cookware: ZEBRA, Estio Pro II Sauce Pot with Lid

2. Shark’s Fin-Style Seafood and Shrooms Potage

Sharks Fin?! Gasp. Don’t worry, this recipe is 100% shark-friendly. A popular street snack in Hong Kong, this amazing potage has a broth oozing with delicious dried scallops and chunky prawn meat. So yes tuck in to this guilt-free heart-warming soup!

Recommended Cookware: Justin Quek Double Boiler.

3. Turmeric Nasi Lemak

There’s nothing like waking up to a piping hot plate of Nasi Lemak in the morning. This recipe will teach you how you can achieve the perfect aromatic rice with a touch of turmeric powder.  Trust us, you will be asking for more!

Recommended Kitchenware: Jamie Oliver Pestle and Mortar

4. Singapore Satay

A visit to famous local haunts like, Chomp Chomp or Lau Pa Sat isn’t complete without ordering a plate of Satay to share with everyone! Look no further as this recipe teaches you how to create the sweet and spicy peanut sauce that accompanies these juicy tender bite-sized chicken morsels.  Yes you can now enjoy your own savoury satay at home!

Recommended Cookware: Lava Cast Iron Grill Pan

5. Beef Rendang

Nothing says delicious, rich and creamy better than Beef Rendang! Enjoy learning this local home favourite that goes super shiok with both rice and Roti Prata!

Recommended Cookware: Cuisinart Mini Prep Processor

6. Black Pepper Crabs

Never thought you might master the art of frying your own Black Pepper Crabs right at home? Fret Not as Chef Michele’s simple recipe teaches you how to prepare this local dish in just 6 Simple Steps! So yes, bring out your trusty wok and get ready to impress your dinner guests!

Recommended Appliance: Zebra Chinese Wok with Lid and Steamer

That’s not all! For the month of August, we have a ton of National Day themed cooking classes just for you, exclusively at our ToTT Stores!

From Crabs 3-Ways by Chef Michele to Singapore Popular Roasts by Chef Julie, roll up your sleeves and get ready to wow your friends and family!

Full National Day themed class listing available here.

 

Makan Local! 7 Recipes to Celebrate Local Cuisine.


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Makan Local! 7 Recipes to Celebrate Local Cuisine

It’s the month of July – which means it’s time to celebrate local cuisine! Delicious hawker favourites are what define Singapore’s local food scene. If you’re thinking of trying your hands at some hot favourites (think Cereal Butter Prawns, Oyster Omelette and more!), we’ve got the most straightforward and delicious recipes to get you started! Ready, set, makan!

1. No Bake Onde Onde Cheese Cake

We love our kueh kuehs and more often than not, they are best enjoyed in its purest, traditional form that always has us reminiscing of our childhood days. But if you’re looking for a modern, delicious twist (and also much easier to prepare than traditional kuehs!), we’ve got the answer for you! Creamy, fragrant and light, this No Bake Onde Onde Cheesecake is a cinch to prepare and satisfies two dessert cravings in one! 😉

Recommended Bakeware: Jamie Oliver Non-Stick Mini Cake Tins



2. Black Pepper Crab

Ask any Singaporean and you will learn that the best way to prepare a crab is probably to cook it black pepper style or chili style! This easy recipe by Chef Michele Ow teaches you how to prepare this well-loved local dish in six simple steps. A definite must-have at your next dinner party!

Recommended Cooking Tool: Zyliss Seafood Cracker Tool



3. Cereal Butter Prawns

Cereal Butter Prawns – fresh, juicy prawns deep fried with a delicious coating of eggs, mixed with curry leaves and a touch of chili padi before tossing with delicious cereal! This hawker favourite is a must-have when ordering Zi Char dishes in Singapore. It’s easier to prepare than you think! Try this recipe and you’ll find out why it’s a perennial favourite amongst locals!

Recommended Kitchenware: Jamie Oliver Terracotta Medium Bowl, Epicurean Wood Fibre Spoon



4. Poached Chicken (For Chicken Rice)

Arguably one of Singapore’s ‘national dish’, the humble Chicken Rice can be found at almost every dining spot, from nondescript hawker centres to high-end restaurants. Consisting of succulent steamed white chicken cut into bite-size pieces and served on fragrant rice with some light soy sauce and garlic-chili dip on the side, this is a dish that spells comfort for many locals!

Recommended Cookware: Zebra Stainless Steel Sauce Pot w/ Lid, 24cm



5. Fried Oyster Omelette

Another hawker favourite in Singapore, Fried Oyster Omelette (Orh Jian) is cooked with simple ingredients such as eggs and starch, topped with ocean-fresh, juicy oysters. Definitely a sinfully yummy indulgence! If you’re anything like us, make an extra batch of batter! The crispy, gooey bits might be the best part of this dish when dipped with the tangy chili sauce!

Recommended Cookware: Lacor Robust Non-Stick Frying Pan, 24cm



6. Fried Five Spice Pork Rolls (Ngoh Hiang)

Fried Five Spice Pork Rolls (Ngoh Hiang) are great as an entrée or appetiser as well as a potluck dish for parties! They’re also a traditional dish for many Chinese households during the Lunar New Year celebrations. It’s meaty, moist yet crunchy and sweet, thanks to the various vegetables used – all rolled up in a crispy, delicious beancurd skin! One of the best part about making your own Ngoh Hiang (besides eating it)? Getting to decide what goes into the filling! 😉

Recommended Appliance: Cuisinart Digital Glass Steamer, Mastrad Multi Slicer Mandoline



7. Ayam Rendang

Though its origins may not be local, Chicken Rendang, or Rendang Ayam, is a lip-smacking dry curry that has come to be a very popular dish amongst locals! This delicious, spicy dish is packed full of flavour as it simmers with a spice paste and coconut milk, reducing the gravy until it’s almost gone.This remaining sauce then wraps itself around the meat, resulting in a flavour explosion that is best served with rice!

Recommended Appliance: Cuisinart Spice & Nut Grinder



Ready to take it to the next level? Roll up your sleeves and sign up for our Local Favourites Cooking Classes at TOTT @ Suntec!

Check out the Local Favourites 2 Class taught by Chef Julie Yee at $98/pax and learn to cook Fried Hokkien Noodles, Fried Shrimp Paste Chicken Wings (Har Cheong Gai) and Sambal Chili Sauce (chef demo)!

Full class listing in conjunction with Support Local Food Month available here.