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Recipes

Satay Bee Hoon

Posted by Stephanie Goh on

What a delightful mess this is! Tweaked the Mingle Satay Stir Fry recipe to make it into a Satay Bee Hoon dish with so much local flavours just calling out for you. ::Steps:: 1. Heat oil and saute red shallots 2. Add 500g ground beef and saute till brown 3. Add Satay Stir Fry sachet contents to coat ingredients 4. Add 200ml stock (200ml water + 1 tsp chicken powder), 200ml coconut milk, 5tbsp peanut butter 5. Add broccoli to the top of the mixture and let the steam cook the broccoli for 3-5mins 6. Once it's done, scoop the mixture...

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Butter Chicken

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::Steps::1. Heat 2 tbsp olive oil2. Saute sliced onions and cook for 3 minutes3. Mix in 500g of chicken (or your preferred protein) and cook until browned 4. Add vegetables (cauliflower, potato and carrot) 5. Coat all ingredients with the Butter Chicken sachet contents 6. Stir in 500ml passata, 300ml cooking cream, and 200ml stock* 7. Cover and lower the heat to simmer till vegetables are soft (about 5-10 minutes) 8. Add 3 tbsp butter and a dollop of greek yoghurt *200ml water + 1 tbsp chicken powder to make stock Super fast! Serve with rice, bread, naan or roti prata....

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Hearty Stroganoff

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Hosted some friends the night before and we all slept in the next day, including the kids. #mingleseasoning came to the rescue and lunch was prepared in 30 minutes, including prep time! ::Steps:: 1. Heat olive oil and butter 2. Saute sliced onions 3. Saute mushrooms 4. Add Mingle Hearty Stroganoff 5. Add tomato paste, stock, sour cream 6. Top with Shabu Shabu beef slices Optional: Add mustard for a tangy kick, I did not have that so I tried with a dash of vinegar and it works too Toddler: Rice + Stroganoff + Blanched Salad Preschooler: Rice + Stroganoff...

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Easy Kids Chicken Rice

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This recipe is as easy as it can get! That is why we created the Hainanese Chicken Rice Powder - to allow you to recreate this dish for your children! It's salt-free so my 21-month-old could eat this, even for my 6-year-old, we merely added the sticky dark soya sauce as she finds it fun, and the adults paired with some garlicky chilli. Ingredients: 2 cups Rice (uncooked) 500g Chicken 2 tbsp Butter 1 tbsp Olive Oil 2 tbsp Hainanese Chicken Rice Powder 2 Pandan leaves (can be replaced with 1/4 tsp Rosemary) 3 cups Water Method:1. Heat oil and butter.2. Once...

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Crispy Sesame-Crusted Tofu

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This tofu dish is exactly like its name. The exterior is crispy and fragrant with the fragrance of roasted sesame seeds. The inside is soft and juicy (not oily at all) and has a natural sweetness of tofu. In Singapore, we call this Tau-Kwa which is a firm tofu.   Ingredients: 200g Firm Tofu (Tau Kwa) 4 tbsp Corn Flour 5 tbsp Raw Sesame Seeds 4 tbsp Water 1 tsp Kombu Powder (or Scallop Powder) Olive Oil (to cover the base of your pan) Method:1. Slice the tofu into uniform cubes.2. Combine 2 tbsp cornflour and 4 tbsp water in...

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