This is a clean, simple yet delicious style of cooking which brings out the nutty and mildly sweet flavour of this fish. Our red snappers are locally farmed off the coast of Changi where they swim in unobstructed open seas resulting in a firmer texture of meat which is nicer to eat. They are best steamed, grilled, baked or pan fried to suit your palate and provide a good source of Vitamins B6 and 12, D & E, as well as minerals like Magnesium and Selenium.
Do you know that our grey mullets are locally farmed off the coast of Lim Chu Kang? These home-grown fish are raised on free-range, sea-water farms which result in a deliciously fresh and clean flavor. Our grey mullets have a medium to firm texture, is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B6, niacin and selenium. Grey mullets make an excellent fish choice as they are not only healthy but also inexpensive! Click below for more details on how to prepare them!
These are made with chickens that are reared on an all–natural organic lactobacilli-added feed which helps to strengthen their immunity against diseases, have less cholesterol and saturated fats thus making them a better food option.
This dish can be served with garlic toasts or over pasta,
This is a classic Cantonese styled dish, using black tiger prawns that turn attractively bright red when cooked and taste deliciously crunchy, juicy and naturally sweet. A quick stir fry dish which uses virtually no ingredients except everyday pantry sauces. This dish is also excellent for Chinese festivals or celebrations as prawns, or har in cantonese, symbolises laughter and happiness
Fruit Salsa is an amazingly delicious treat that can be enjoyed anytime of the day! This sweet, tangy, refreshing and healthy sauce is super easy to prepare and taste great with tortilla chips or crackers which you can choose to serve as a nice breakfast, lunch, snack, appetizer or/and dessert!
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This is a delicious and healthy quick to prepare meal that is easily put together with a few ingredients which makes it excellent for a busy week night dinner. Unagi is rich in vitamin A and E, and Omega-3 fatty acids. In Japan unagi is eaten all year round although it is particularly consumed in the summer months as it is believed to help one stay cool and restore one’s energy during the hot summer days.