Besides their affordable furniture and home furnishing, IKEA Singapore is also well known for their great range of meals and snacks. In fact, their Swedish Meatballs and Fried Chicken Wings are the most popular items to order. *Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. Ever since I posted my Better-than-Ikea Swedish Meatballs last year, I’ve been wanting to recreate my own copycat version of IKEA Chicken Wings. After two rounds of kitchen testing, I think this is it. Actually, my test testers think these wings are better than IKEA’s…[read more...]
Fans of Korean pop culture will know that Korean honey butter chips, are extremely popular and high in demand. Crunchy, buttery, sweet and salty, there is a reason why this snack is so addictive. Since I found some long forgotten potatoes buried at a corner in my fridge, I decided to make some Honey butter chips at home. I adapted this version from here. To make the crispiest potato chips, the key is soaking them in a vinegar solution and frying them at a lower temperature…[read more...]
Anybody who has sampled Royce’s Nama Chocolate can easily agree that it is possibly the most exquisite form of chocolate to ever be tasted. These cubes of indulgence are just so rich in taste, smooth in texture and meltingly sinful that there is no such thing as just one […][read more...]
Besides being an affordable furniture haven for home lovers, IKEA is well known for its fried chicken wings and Swedish meatballs as well. I’ve always been curious of what goes into the meatballs.
Recently, I just realized they are selling the frozen meatballs at its chilled food section. But since I’ve already set my mind on making them from scratch, I left for the supermarket to gather the ingredients. Thinking back, I should have grabbed that bottle of lingonberry jam. Oh well…
Recently, there seems to be a craze going on – at least on my social media newsfeed. I’ve been seeing pictures of Fried Porridge 炒粥 shared by my friends almost too frequently. The place to go for this dish in Singapore is apparently at Delicious Coffee Shop located at Macpherson Road. According to sgfoodonfoot, they are probably the only place selling this Malaysia style dish…[read more...]