Easy Sheet Pan Dinner Recipes

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Easy Sheet Pan Dinner Recipes

Take the stress out of Christmas with these easy sheet pan dinner recipes. All you have to do is place your ingredients on the sheet pan, and let the oven do all the work. Reduce the number of utensils and dishes with just one pan to clean up!

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Rosemary-Garlic Pork Chops with Chickpeas

This One Pan Rosemary-Garlic Pork Chop is a quick and delicious meal that will become a solid part of your weekly meal plan. The beauty of it is that all of the ingredients are cooked in the same pan, reducing clean up time. Broil pork chops to achieve a crispy texture on the outside but maintain moisture inside. Ensure your pork chops are moist and not overcooked with the Mastrad Meat Thermometer. Grab a glass of vino and let Innovative bluetooth-enabled, wireless meat thermometer monitor your dishes completely wirelessly from distance.

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Baked Salmon with Asparagus and Dill Sauce

Searching for a low carb recipe? This Baked Salmon with asparagus and dill sauce is a great healthy 30-minute dinner recipe! The flavours of lemon and dill work beautifully to complement the salmon and asparagus. Alternatively, you can substitute the asparagus with any other fast cooking vegetables like zucchini or eggplant. Transfer your prized fish with the Atlantic Chef Large Fish Turner where its bevelled edge helps slide beneath delicate foods preventing them to fall apart.

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Sheet Pan Grilled Cheese

A crowd favourite! A simple, easy-to-alter recipe for fast and delicious sandwiches. In 10 minutes, you will have ooey gooey, golden brown grilled cheese sandwiches ready to serve. Cut into smaller portions for cheeezy appetisers to entertain your guest!

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Pesto Gnocchi

Crispy on the outside, gooey on the inside, this is what you get from your Pesto Gnocchi on a sheet pan. Gnocchi, an Italian pasta dumplings made with potatoes, egg and flour. Instead of boiling it, all you have to do is pop it on a baking sheet, skip the cheese and meat if you want to make it a vegetarian dish! Why not make a batch of homemade pesto and store them in these 3 piece La Parfait Jars . The jars feature the famous orange rubber seal which keeps the product air tight, allowing long-term preservation.

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Shrimp Scampi

This is for busy weekday nights! Perfect for an appetizer, or as a full meal, this easy Shrimp Scampi sheet pan meal combines shrimp with garlic butter sauce. Served it up with rice pilaf or roasted broccoli! The  Cuisinart 4 piece Cooking Set will make cooking a breeze, from draining your broccoli with the slotted turner or turning your shrimps during cooking.

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Carrot Sheet Cake

Nothing beats a homemade carrot cake from scratch. With a golden, nutty browned butter cream cheese frosting, this irresistible cake is taken to new levels of yum. Transport this yummy treat to a party with the Nordic Ware Cakes and Cupcakes Carrier. Its flat side accommodates mini cakes and rectangular cakes, while the reverse side features cupcake holders.

Dad-Approved Cocktails to Mix Up On Father’s Day

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Dad-Approved Cocktails to mix up on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is right around the corner, so it’s time to impress him with your cocktail making prowess! Not sure how to make your own signature cocktail, why not try out some fabulous Father’s Day cocktails from the classic Old-Fashioned to the modern Avocado Daiquiri! Raise a glass to dad with these festive Father’s Day drink ideas.

1.Espresso Martini

If your dad loves both coffee and martini, this cocktail will definitely be top of his list. This sophisticated drink, with its distinctive, frothy top layer, is sure to impress. The best part is how quick and easy it is to make, all you need are four easy ingredients and a cocktail shaker.

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2. Old Fashioned

If you are looking to whip up something classic for Dad this Father’s Day, make it an Old Fashioned. The old-fashioned is one of the best ways to dress up your favourite whiskey without significantly altering the taste. If you’re a traditionalist, you might prefer rye whiskey. The bourbon old-fashioned is a popular choice as well; it was the go-to style of whiskey for this iconic drink for years. Whichever whiskey you pour, the sweet, bitter, and fruit flavors added to the glass will enhance it nicely.

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3.Frozen Mango Magarita

Beat the heat and shake up a refreshing citrus drink to go along with your Father’s Day menu . Made with mango, tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice, this cooling and thirst quenching drink is the perfect addition to any summer bbq. Tip: Frozen mango margarita could also be made ahead of time. Place it into a sealable container, store it in the freezer, and then just stir it every now and then to keep it slushy.

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4.Avocado Daiquiri

This super-smooth blended avocado daiquiri is a fantastic way to put your super riped avocado to use. In order to prepare it, simple just blend all ingredients until smooth. The combination is then poured into a cocktail glass garnished with a lime wedge.

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5. Strawberry Mojito

If you are tired of the classic Mojito recipe, why not mix it up? Fizzy, minty, slightly sweet and packed with strawberries and lime, this Strawberry Mojito Cocktail recipe is refreshing and easy to make with ToTT 4 piece Cocktail Set. It comes with a transparent shaker, muddler, citrus reamer and jigger. These barware tools allow you to craft professional-level cocktails at home regardless of your mixology experience.

Eggs Cooking Skills

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Be an eggxpert in no time

The ToTT of being a Chef #1: The eggciting start

“What to cook first?” is a question that many will ask when they think about learning how to cook or planning to whip up a simple meal.

With our ever handy guides from gifting, equipment usage and even recipes, let us introduce you to our new series for aspiring chefs and bakers with “The ToTT of being a Chef”  Let us inspire you to Cook, Bake and Host from understanding the basics of creaming in baking to mastering how to perfect a soft boiled egg.  Not only will you get to enjoy hacks and tips from us, the series will recommend you the right tools to go along with your cooking or baking journey. 

One of the most basic ingredients in both cooking and baking is simply, the egg. This budget-friendly ingredient can be cooked in many ways and in this article, let us share with you the 7 most basic ways to cook an egg, ranging from oozy soft boiled eggs to a nice heartwarming omelette. 

The 7 most basic ways of cooking an egg

Don’t forget that these 7 ways of cooking an egg have varying levels of difficulty too despite being beginner friendly! Fear not, we have arranged them in order of difficulty, starting off with the 2 most basic ways of cooking an egg: Soft boiled and Hard boiled.

Soft Boiled Eggs

Soft boiling makes the yolk in eggs runny yet creamy, and eating it along with the delicate and soft egg white just makes it such a simple way of appreciating the natural flavours of an egg. 

Basic equipment needed: Slotted Spoon, Saucepan
Recipe: How to Make Soft Boiled Eggs Recipe 

Hard Boiled Eggs

Love a good Egg Mayonnaise Sandwich? Hard boiling makes the yolks moist, deep orange and more solidified compared to soft boiled eggs. It also ends up with more chewy egg whites and a milder taste due to longer cooking times. It is crucial to not overcook hard boiled eggs as it may cause a reaction between the iron in the yolk and the sulfur in the egg whites which results in an odor. 

Basic equipment needed: Slotted Spoon, Saucepan
Recipe: How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs 

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Sunny-Side Up Eggs

Other than catching the beautiful sunrise on a monday morning, why not prepare some sunny-side up eggs to catch as breakfast too! The sunny style of cooking eggs packs an even more succulent flavour due to the frying factor. The egg whites are mostly fried while the yolk remains translucent and raw, forming a contrasting yet balanced taste. 

Basic equipment needed: Non-stick Skillet, Small Ramekin, Slotted Turner

Recipe: Perfect Sunny-Side-Up Eggs Recipe

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Over Easy Eggs

Is this style of cooking an egg unfamiliar to you? You may have mistaken it for a sunny side up egg before. Over easy eggs are fried eggs cooked on both sides for a very short amount of time, until the egg whites are just about set and the yolk is still runny. Perfect to pair with toasts for your weekend brunch!

Basic equipment needed: Non-stick Skillet, Small Ramekin, Slotted Turner
Recipe: Perfect Eggs Over Easy Recipe

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Poached Eggs

It’s getting slightly more difficult now as poached eggs take the 5th spot on this list. Poached eggs taste very similar to soft boiled eggs, however, its texture and appearance is on a whole new level. It has an extremely soft and delicate texture with a runny yolk. Pair your perfectly poached eggs with hollandaise sauce, ham and you get your very own homemade eggs benedict!

Basic equipment needed: Slotted Spoon, Saucepan,  Ramekin, Sieve
Recipe: Poached Eggs: How to Poach an Egg Perfectly 

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Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled eggs, a classic and a popular egg dish that is both delicate and fluffy! With a light and custardy texture, its taste is the perfect balance between light and strong,  as the egg whites and yolks are cooked into one.

Basic equipment needed: Non-stick Skillet, Mixing Bowl, Whisk
Recipe: How to Make Fluffy Moist Scrambled Eggs

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Omelette

At the end of the list, comes the omelette dish. It has the biggest room for customisation in terms of the ingredients used! Like scrambled eggs, an omelette also has the yolk and the whites combined into one  Omelettes are only folded at the end of cooking, which makes it more neat looking compared to scrambled eggs. Get ready to let your imagination run wild and experiment with different types of ingredients for this dish!

Basic equipment needed: Non-stick skillet, Silicone Spatula, Whisk, Mixing bowl, Chopping board
Recipe: How to Make an Omelette

Healthy Homemade Treats for your Fur Kid

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Healthy Homemade Treats for your Fur Kid

Cooking homemade dog food can be as simple as 1-2-3 even if you are not a seasoned baker or cook. Pamper your fur kids with these wholesome and straightforward recipes, which are not only good for their gut but delicious too!

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BIRTHDAY CAKE FOR FIDO 

What’s a birthday celebration without cake? Don’t pay exorbitant amounts of money at a Pet Bakery again. Instead, try this simple Meatloaf Birthday Cake recipe with a good balance of protein, vegetables and carbs. Top the cake with whipped potato and yoghurt frosting to make it look just like a real birthday cake!

Recommended Product: Jamie Oliver Mini Springform Cake Tin

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PEANUT BUTTER DOGGIE BISCUITS

Peanut Butter is an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins B, and vitamin E for your pup. More importantly, dogs love them! This 4-ingredient Peanut Butter Biscuit recipe is simple to prepare and a nutritious treat for your beloved fur kid.

Recommended Product: Nordicware Aluminium Puppy Love Treat

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DEHYDRATED DOG TREATS

If your dog is prone to food allergies, a dehydrator is a must-have. Commercial dog treats are filled with preservatives and fillers that can be harmful to your dogs and aggravate skin allergies. Dehydrating treats gives you better control over the ingredients that go into your dog treats. You can dehydrate anything from vegetables, fruits or meat slices. Want to learn more about dehydrating treats for your pup? Check out this comprehensive guide from Kolchakpuggle.

Recommended Product: Excalibur Tray Dehydrator

Our favourite Tik Tok recipes and which to skip

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OUR FAVOURITE TIK TOK RECIPES AND WHICH TO SKIP

Tik Tok came to our attention recently when a local Tik Tok influencer visited our parent company, Siahuat, and mentioned how it is the place to be if you want to meet hunky tattoo-clad Chefs. The post received 51.4K views, a modest number in comparison to the explosively popular Dalgona coffee fad but enough to leave our boomer board of directors bewildered. “What is this Tik Tok?” they asked. Well, we were happy to explain. Also, to clarify, ToTT has its fair share of hot Chefs visiting our stores now and then.

Tik Tok is not just a social media platform for Gen-Z and Millenials to showcase their dance moves, lip-sync to funny videos, or troll their friends. It also offers many ingenious food hacks and recipes. Who knew you could cook eggs to your preferred doneness in an Air Fryer? It is easy to see why Tik Tok food trends go viral and how it is changing food culture. However, with a plethora of food content posted daily on Tik Tok, it isn’t easy to differentiate which recipes are worth trying. Here are some of our favourite tried-and-tested recipes and which to skip.

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FETA BAKED PASTA

The Feta Baked Pasta recipe is by far one of the best recipes on Tik Tok because it is so simple to replicate and taste delicious. Simply combine cherry tomatoes, a block of feta cheese, garlic, olive oil, and seasoning in a baking dish or a cast-iron casserole dish. Bake it in the oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 35 minutes. Once it is out of the oven, mix in a handful of herbs and ready-cooked pasta or cauliflower rice.

Recommended Product: Lava Cast Iron Roasting Dish

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TORTILLA WRAP FOOD HACK

This culinary hack ensures maximum fillings with minimal leakage simply by strategically slicing a single cut from the centre of your Tortilla Wrap Hack to the bottom and folding it in quarters as you fill it with your favourite toppings. There are no right or wrong ingredient combinations; use any ingredients you prefer or leftovers from dinner. Fancy a Philly Cheesesteak wrap? Add sliced beef, cheese, onions and warm it up on a Griddler until it’s nicely toasted and oozing with melted cheese.

Recommended Product: Cuisinart Griddler

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PANCAKE CEREAL

We love this Pancake Cereal recipe because it is too cute to pass up. This food trend makes coin-sized pancakes, which is brilliant because why have three pancakes when you can have 50 mini pancakes instead. And, it is the same amount of calories. While it was time-consuming to make mini pancakes and the texture was more crisp than fluffy, the Instagram-worthy shot we snapped afterwards made it all worthwhile. It helped that we used our Bruno Hot Plate for this culinary trend as it allowed us to make more mini pancakes simultaneously.

Recommended Product: Bruno Hot Plate

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AIR FRYER PASTA CHIPS

If you’ve got the munchies, this out-of-the-box Air Fryer Pasta Chips might be for you, but we are going to have to sit this one out. The pasta chip didn’t crisp up evenly, and it was too carb-heavy for a snack.  Instead, we recommend a healthier alternative by slicing carrots, sweet potatoes or zucchini with a mandoline, sprinkling a little salt or grated parmesan, and popping it into your Air Fryer.R

Recommended Products: Cuisinart AirFryer Toaster Oven and Mastrad Multi Slicer Mandoline

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POTATO CHIPS MASH POTATO

The Potato Chips Mash Potato food hack involves boiling a bag of potato chips until it turns into mush, then you add ingredients as you would for a regular mash potato recipe. Unless you live in a post-apocalyptic world where real potatoes are scarce, and you have to survive on processed food for rations, this food hack is a hard pass. It tastes as outrageous as it sounds. We recommend using an old-fashion potato masher and cooking mashed potatoes the traditional way.

Recommended Product: Zyliss Quick Masher

Flavours of Singapore

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FLAVOURS OF SINGAPORE

9th August is almost upon us! There is no better day to incorporate our local popular and favourite ingredients and flavours into your dishes to celebrate our nation’s birthday! It’s time to take out your pots and pans, toss in the ingredients, and cook up a storm in the kitchen with your family.

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1. SALTED EGG YOLK

Just like parmesan, salted egg yolks are incredibly versatile. You can simply grate cooked egg yolks onto pasta, toast, or anything else you want to add a bit of oomph –the possibilities are endless! Salted egg yolk is everything we love in our food -savoury, sweet, with a lingering taste of umami.

Need an idea to get started? Try this Salted Egg Yolk Cookie recipe that melts in your mouth.

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2. GULA MELAKA

Gula Melaka or palm sugar is a type of sugar made from the sap of flower buds from the coconut tree, caramelised by boiling at low temperatures. The sweet mild caramel flavour is used extensively in many desserts like ice kachang, chendol, ice cream or as a general substitute to sugar. This is a well-loved ingredient by many Singaporeans.

Sharing this drool-worthy No Bake Ondeh Ondeh Cheesecake recipe that will surely delight everyone. Yes, You can thank us later!

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3. PANDAN

Pandan, also known as screwpine, is a tropical plant prized mostly for its long, palm-like leaves. Pandan has a fresh, floral, earthy smell and taste, almost like sweet grass. From rice dishes and curries to homemade kuehs and cakes, pandan lends its distinctive flavour to many perennial classics. This recipe for Kaya uses homemade pandan extract and creamy coconut milk which gives it a silky smooth texture, perfect for your Kaya Toast and soft boiled eggs.

Do you sometimes notice a bunch of pandan leaves inside the taxi? Cabbies use it as a cheap, efficient, and natural air freshener. It also acts as a cockroach repellent.

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4. LEMONGRASS

Lemongrass, being a prized cooking ingredient has many health benefits. It helps to aid digestion, relieve headaches and boost one’s immunity. Often used in curries, 1 bulb (or two) is used in the paste, and another bulb is used whole and dropped into the curry to give it an additional fragrance.

How about baking this Lemongrass and Lime Madeleines, an Asian twist to the traditional French cake. Savour the fragrant aroma of the lemongrass as you bake and bite into a refreshingly light sponge that is sure to delight your palate

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5. DRIED CHILLI

More chilli, please! Are you up for a fiery, spicy challenge? Chillies are also a good source of nutrients such as Vitamins A and C, as well as iron and potassium. The usage of dried chillies does not only makes the dish spicy but also provides a stronger taste and colour to the dish compared to fresh chillies.

Spice it up with this stir-fried Chinese dish that originated from Sichuan – Kung Pao Chicken. Try recreating this yummy dish in the comfort of your home and serve it with a bowl of rice, garnished with some green onions and sesame seeds.

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Waffle Maker Recipes to upgrade your Brunch Game

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WAFFLE MAKER RECIPES TO UPGRADE YOUR BRUNCH GAME

Get ready to ride the waffle wave and celebrate International Waffle Day on 25th March. Traditionally celebrated in Sweden, the day is now honoured further afield, given the fast-growing appetites for the deliciously versatile baked treat. Take your waffle machine to the next level with these mouth-watering treats for brunch.

CARROT CAKE WITH MAPLE CREAM CHEESE DRIZZLE

Win the brunch game with these whole-wheat carrot cake waffles topped with a sticky-sweet maple cream cheese glaze. Made with all the classic carrot cake flavours without the guilt, this waffle recipe will get you started on the right foot.

MAC & CHEESE

These Crispy Mac and Cheese Waffles are the perfect indulgent side dish! Crisp on the outside and soft cheesy Mac and cheese on the inside of these divine waffles! Oh yes, did we mention you can also use your leftover mac & cheese? Best served warm with maple syrup!

CINNAMON ROLL

These Cinnamon Roll Waffles bring together all the goodness of a cinnamon roll in your breakfast waffles to create the most heavenly combination. Drizzled with cinnamon topping and cream cheese icing, this recipe is a simple and delicious way to satisfy your cravings, all in the comfort of your own home.

PIZZA WAFFLE

The perfect excuse when you fancy pizza for breakfast. Try your favourite toppings or even breakfast fillings like ham and eggs on this waffle pizza. .

BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST

Making French toast in your waffle iron combines the best of both worlds. You get all the custardy richness of a French toast plus a waffle’s signature crispy ridges. Get your kiddos to help up with the preparation works such as whisking the ingredients together! A great fun family activity to do over the weekend.

EASY BAKED APPLE SLICES

It only takes 1 minute to make these easy and healthy snacks! Simply slice apples thinly, line them up in a waffle iron and voila! Sprinkle some sugar and cinnamon for that extra punch!

6 Easy Meal Prep Ideas

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6 EASY MEAL PREP IDEAS, READY IN LESS THAN 30 MINUTES: START YOUR WEEK WITH THESE AWESOME & HEALTHY RECIPES!

It doesn’t have to be complicated! Meal prep can range from simply preparing overnight oats for breakfast to cooking complete dinners for the upcoming week. There is no one right way or method to meal prep, it differs based on food preferences, schedules and personals goals. Set aside an hour or less on your Sunday to prep these easy meals for the rest of the week.

Overnight Oats

Too busy in the morning to prep a healthy breakfast? Overnight oats are the breakfast meal prep that will change your morning routine for good. They take less than five minutes to make and are packed with whole grains and fibre. Oats are rich in fibre, plant-based protein, and B vitamins. They are 100% whole grains which means they are not heavily processed like other types of cereals. They are low in sugar and can help to increase your metabolism. Add in superfoods like chia seeds, flaxseed or your favourite berries and you are good to fuel your body for the day ahead!

Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad Sandwich

We love a classic P&J sandwich as much as the next person, but sometimes the old standbys can get a little boring. Try this simple and delicious Greek Yoghurt Chicken Salad Sandwich. Swop your usual mayo with greek yoghurt for the rich and tangy flavour. Tip: Toast your bread lightly before assembling your sandwich to avoid soggy bread!

Mediterranean Quinoa Salad
This Mediterranean quinoa salad recipe is hearty, healthy, and packed with fresh flavour! It keeps well in the fridge for up to 3 days, so make a big batch for lunches all week. Quinoa salad is a perfect meal for a busy day, Simply pull out of the fridge and it’s ready to go It is high in protein and fibre so you will feel sated for a long time after eating this salad.

Creamy Mushroom Pasta

Avoid the long lunch queues under the hot sun! Try making this one-pot pasta for your lunch. Loaded with hearty mushrooms, garlic and parmesan cheese, it’s a simple and comforting meal to prepare. For a non-dairy option, you can use soy, almond or coconut milk. The best part of one-pot pasta? You only have one single pot to clean!

Tuna Salad Stuffed Avocado

To kick off a new year and new you, bring a healthy twist to a classic. Tuna Salad stuffed avocados are a delicious low-carb, keto and paleo-friendly lunch option. Made with only 5 ingredients, it is packed with lean proteins and healthy fats. A yummy way to boost your immune system!

Lentil Vegetable Soup

Chock-full of vegetables and so easy to make from scratch, this hearty lentil soup is full of protein, fibre that will keep you feeling full and satisfied. Save yourself some time and freeze a big batch so you can eat it the next weekend or within 2-3 months. When portioning it out into meal prep containers, keep in mind that you should leave some space up top as it helps keeps spills at bay when reheating it at work.

BONUS: PICKING THE RIGHT STORAGE CONTAINERS

Your food storage containers can make the difference between a fabulous or mediocre meal.
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Celebrate National Day With 5 Heritage Dishes

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Local Dishes for the National Day Festivities

August calls for National Day! There is probably no better way to celebrate in the most Singaporean way – with food! So gather your friends and family at home with food while catching the National Day Parade on TV. Don’t know exactly how to pull it together? Don’t worry — we’ve got the menu, kitchenware figured out for you!

1. Singapore Chilli Crab Pasta

Known as one of Singapore’s national dishes, chilli crab can be enjoyed and available at most seafood restaurants, and surprisingly, it can be quite simple to recreate at home. Instead of the traditional wok fried chilli crabs, why not bring it to another level with homemade pasta. Skip your store bought  pasta and make your own with the Jamie Oliver Pasta Machine. With different attachments, you can create a variety of pasta from lasagne to fettucine.

Serve it with steamed or deep-fried Mantou (a Chinese bun) by the side – dip and soak up the sweet and spicy chilli sauce. To reach the sweet crabmeat, use the Zyliss Seafood cracker  which offers a firm grip for cracking, crab legs or shells!

2. Rojak

Throw on the apron and try your hand at whipping up a plate of your own rojak; a local salad of mixed vegetables and fruits, drizzled with a sweet and sour sauce comprising of local prawn paste, sugar and lime! A mandoline will come in handy for the preparation. Unlike other mandoline slicers, this Mastrad Multi Slicer Mandoline provides five different options of slicing. Stability is enhanced by the safety hand guard and the non-skid base allows you to hold firmly and safely as slice your vegetables. Eat it like a local and throw in some chopped chilli padi in that sauce!

3. Laksa

Take the heat to the next level with a fiery bowl of laksa, a popular spicy noodle soup from the Peranakan culture. Thick rice noodles in a rich, spicy coconut broth topped with shrimp, fish cakes, egg and chicken meat. Stir in a dollop of sambal and fragrant laksa leaves, sit back and enjoy this heartwarming dish! Use the Cuisinart Mini-Prep Processor to blend the rempah ingredients. A compact, yet powerful processor features a three-cup bowl with handle so it can handle plenty of food preparation. Easy-to-clean touchpad allows you to chop or grind with a simple touch of a button.

4. Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Egg

Start your day with classic Singaporean breakfast – Kaya Toast with soft boiled egg, best paired with a cup of kopi or tea. Prepare the soft boiled eggs in sous-vide style or using an egg maker. Try making your own kaya jam from scratch in just 30 minutes and  store them in mason jars to keep it fresh for a month.

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5. Milo Ice Cream

Beat the heat and whip out a delicious dessert! Transform your milky childhood drink into velvety, creamy and smooth ice cream bursting with rich chocolate and malt flavours. A simple recipe that can easily be made with the Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream and Sorbet Maker.

Secret tip: Go all out and pile heaps of Milo powder to your ice cream, don’t worry, we wouldn’t judge :P!

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Mother’s Day Recipes Mum Will Love

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Mother’s Day Recipes, Mum Will Love

From breakfast in bed to brunch, dinner, and dessert, here’s what to cook for mom on Mother’s Day.
These recipes are simple and easy to make without breaking a sweat.

1. BREAKFAST – HAM AND CHEESE QUICHE

Treat your mum to breakfast in bed with this quick and easy breakfast that can be made within an hour. A decadent savoury pie that is loaded with generous slices of ham and cheese is simple to make with everyday ingredients that are easy to find.

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT: Boska Monaco Cheese Grater

2. BRUNCH – POACHED EGGS WITH SMOKED SALMON AND AVOCADO

Real, healthy food never tasted so good!

Enjoy the ultimate brunch with this Avocado Smoked Salmon Benedict. Creamy avocado, silky smoked salmon and fresh poached eggs, all on top of toasted bread.

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT: Nordic Ware Egg Poacher

3. APPETISER – LAYERED SALMON TARTAR WITH KAFFIR LIME ZEST & SALMON ROE ON CUCUMBER ROSE AND WASABI CREAM

A mouth-watering spin to the traditional beef tartare. This recipe is easy on the palate but just as gratifying! Prepare in advance before Mother’s Day and keep them covered and refrigerated until you are ready to serve.

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT: Zyliss Easyslice Folding Mandoline

4. SOUP – SHELLFISH BISQUE WITH PAN SEARED TIGER PRAWNS

This seafood bisque recipe is a rich and delicious way to enjoy seafood and will impress even non-seafood lovers. Master this thick, rich and creamy seafood soup, flavoured with a generous splash of cream.
Tip: The best way to defrost frozen shrimps are in a colander in the refrigerator overnight.

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT: Safico Non-Stick Frying Pan

5. SALAD – WARM NUT CRUSTED GOAT CHEESE CROUTON ON MESCLUN SALAD
A definite hit with cheese lovers! Goat cheese is known for having a delicious tanginess that is even more intense when warmed. A fresh Mesclun salad with garlic dressing completes this  drool-worthy Mother’s Day meal.

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT:
Evelin Round Bowl Large

6. MAINS – SALMON CONFIT WITH GREEN LENTILS

Nothing says I love you like a homemade Mother’s Day dinner.

Confit derived from the French word means to preserve and is a method of slow cooking any choice of your meal. This recipe, shows you how to achieve Salmon Confit without cooking it for a long time using a Sous-Vide! Results? A melt-in the mouth dish that will wow not only mum but the entire family!

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT: Lacor Sous Vide Stick

7. DESSERTS – CARAMEL ROSE APPLE TART

This is for moms with a sweet tooth. You don’t need to be a pastry chef to bake this deliciously tempting rose-shaped dessert. It tastes just like apple pie and it looks a lot like beautiful red roses.  Made with sweet apple slices, sprinkled with cinnamon and rolled up in a perfectly crispy puff pastry, this dessert will bring a smile to her face

RECOMMENDED PRODUCT: Nordic Ware Compact Oven Muffin Pan