Steamed Pumpkin Cake

with crispy shallot, chilli and coriander … with sweet sauce ‘n’ chilli ‘n’ sesame seeds … with mock floss … HAPPY NEW YEAR! This recipe is inspired by the Steamed Carrot Cake or Steamed Yam Cake. It looks kind of troublesome to whip but it is not. To include some fun elements for your guests […]

Steamed Eggplant in Tangy Chilli Sauce

Steamed Eggplant with Tangy Chilli Sauce  Steamed Eggplant with Chicken Rice Chilli N Tomatoes Sauce This is an Indonesia Dish with I had in the 90s at an Indonesia Restaurant in Shenton Way for our monthly departmental lunch. It is known as Terong Balado –Baked Eggplant in Spicy Chilli Tomatoes sauce. I just discovered a […]

Steamed Tofu with Mushroom and Mock Ham

A hassle free dish, simple and yummy. Preparation: 5 mins, Cooking time: 10 mins Ingredients (serves 2)° 300g silken tofu, sliced° 2 fresh shiitake mushrooms, chopped° 1 slice (25g) vegetarian ham, chopped or diced° 25g carrot, finely chopped° 1 teaspoon freshly chopped coriander or spring onion Seasoning° 60ml water° 1 teaspoon tapioca starch° 1/5 teaspoon […]

Steamed Japanese Pumpkin with Wolfberries

Usually, we can spot stir-fried pumpkin with frozen mixed vegetables and black fungus or wolfberries at some of the vegetarian stalls. If you like that dish, you can try out the steamed version instead of stir-frying. For this simple and easy delicious dish, it is best to get good quality pumpkin. Preparation: 5 mins, Cooking […]

Steamed Vegetarian Mushroom Slice

This can be considered as an instant dish, just added some shredded ginger and steamed. Vegetarian mushroom slice can be purchased at any vegetarian supply stalls/shops. The ingredients for vegetarian mushroom slice are mushroom stalks, salt, egg and flavouring. Therefore, it is not suitable for vegan. It is manufactured by Tao Yuan Vegetarian Trading. I […]

Vegan Steamed ‘Egg’

This is a vegan version of Asian Steamed Egg Custard, using tofu puree and turmeric powder to achieve the texture and colour of the egg. Turmeric powder should be used sparingly here, to avoid overpowering the dish. By adding mushroom, sesame oil and light soy sauce to the recipe, it helps to tone down the […]