Cooking for two? Impress someone special or keep the fire burning with these delicious recipes.
This is my family recipe for the Singapore Chicken Soto Soup. The traditional way of Soto soup is normally serve with either rice cakes (lontong) or vermicelli or yellow noodles. Once serve with vermicelli or yellow noodles it is no longer a Chicken Soto Soup but we call it Mee Soto. (“mee” as in noodles- Soto Noodles)
Growing up, this was a favourite "western" food that we would order at the clubhouse restaurant. The sides that went on this dish would include potato fries, carrot & peas salad and garnished with sliced tomato and cucumber. The asian touch would be to eat the chicken with chili sauce - preferably Lingam's. If you prefer, mushroom sauce can also be served over the chicken.
Ayam Penyet (Penyet Chicken) is a type of dish that will make your tongue feel like burning... It's so spicy that when you have the first bite, you will want some more of that spiciness.
People lose their appetite for a variety of reasons: stress, illness, fatigue etc. Nevertheless, we need nourishment to recover. Wherever I'm indispose or have no appetite, I'd normally prefer a soupy diet. A Consommé or rice porridge usually satisfies me best. Today, I’d like to introduce to you my home-made Oriental “remedy” that’s nutritious & at the same time, stimulating & perks up any moods. This colouful dish attracts any fussy kids too.
Adults and Kids can work together to make this cake. It can also help Children learn Mathematics by the measurements. I'm sure Children would enjoy making this cake and they would like to eat the cake too!