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Then, you are very lucky to find us here. We are the best in the business. Here, in Singapore our dream is to see everyone cooking delicious and healthy food and learning new ways to get creative in the kitchen.

Without a doubt cooking is one of the most important skills a person can ever learn and share. Once you have gained that knowledge, you are well set for life. Singapore, Asia’s food capital traces its diverse culinary heritage including Chinese, Malay, Indian and English influences.

You can have the best ever cooking experience at your home with our qualified and experienced instructors. Our staff is dedicated to fostering both your innate love for amazing food and your ability to create amazing food at home. When you enroll in one of our classes you will emerge with the confidence to display your newly acquired skills and wow your family and friends.

Whether you’re a chronic toast burner or a wannabe gourmand, we offer you the best cooking lessons to match your ability. With your skill level in mind, your cooking class will be specially designed to meet your specific needs and goals. During our time together we will be sharing the fundamentals of shopping smarter, choosing ingredients, and cooking techniques.

If you are looking beyond the usual sightseeing attractions, we offer you the best solution for that also. Here’s an opportunity to experience something interesting, authentic and unforgettable. Our home cooking classes are designed to help you dive deep into the fascinating side of Singapore’s food heritage and culture in an informal and fun atmosphere.

Our friendly local instructors will share the quirky stories behind the names of local dishes, explain the origins of some of these foods, as well as provide you with some tips on how to navigate your way to savouring some of the best local food Singapore has to offer. You will also learn how to whip up local favorites like Nyonya Laksa, Chicken Satay, etc. During the session, you will experience a sensory experience as you take in the aromas and taste the wonderful flavors coming together. This whole experience is culminated as you sit down in our private dining room in the company of new-found friends to enjoy the fruits of your labor.

So, why are you waiting?

Just contact us and reserve time for your own private home cooking class and enjoy cooking.


Singapore Fried Carrot Cake

Singapore Fried Carrot Cake also knows as “Chye Tow Kweh” is a favourite dish among Singaporeans. The main ingredient is actually “White Radish” and not “Carrot”. It is a simple dish but delicious and it comes in two versions namely black and white. Enjoy the video below by another talented cook.

Video by Recipesaresimple


Nasi Lemak Cooking Recipe

Nasi Lemak is made up of fragrant coconut rice. Often eaten with sambal chili, egg, drumstick and fried ikan selar kuning.

Video by Mag5504


Char Bee Hoon Cooking Recipe (The Real Singapore Noodles)

Ask a Singaporean for some Singapore Noodles and you’ll most likely be met with a very puzzled expression. That’s because it doesn’t really exist here. The closest noodle dish that it resembles is “Char Bee Hoon”, which simply means fried rice vermicelli.

Although I like the famous international versions sold in Chinese restaurants in America, Australia and UK, it is quite different from Char Bee Hoon. There are really very few ingredients in the dish, and it’s sold almost everywhere for very cheap, about $1. We also like to bring this to house parties, or whenever there’s a special occasion involving a buffet, you can be sure it will be on the menu.

Commonly eaten with other dishes such as curries, rendangs and stir fries, it can also be had on its own, simply with some sambal chili or pickled green chilies. (My favourite is actually with a fried egg on top, for an extra 50 cents.)

Video by Carmen Chan


Serves 4

1 handful of dried shrimp
1 handful of dried shitake mushrooms (about 5, depending on their size)
1 handful or bunch of dried rice vermicelli (about 100grams)
1 Chinese tablespoon oyster sauce
1 Chinese tablespoon mix of light soy and dark soy sauce
4 – 5 cloves garlic, chopped
1 handful of Chinese greens (I used choy sum or chye sim), cut into 3 inch pieces
2 – 3 tablespoons fried shallot oil
A bit of sesame oil and sugar
Ground white pepper to taste

Sambal chili
Pickled green chilies
Fried shallots

1. Soak the shrimps in hot water, enough to fully cover them, for about 30 minutes.

2. Soak the mushrooms in hot water, enough to fully cover them, for 30 minutes.

3. Soak the rice vermicelli in tap or room temperature water for 20 minutes, then drain.

4. Drain both the shrimp and mushrooms and reserve the soaking liquid, then add the oyster and soy sauce.

5. Slice the mushrooms, removing the stems and marinade them in a bit of soy, sesame oil and sugar.

6. In a mortar and pestle, pound the shrimps. Or you can chop them finely.

7. Chop your garlic.

8. Heat some shallot oil in a wok, then add the garlic and stir till you can smell the aroma.

9. Add the pounded shrimps and fry, till you can smell that aroma too.

10. Add the mushrooms, and fry them all together till it smells awesome. Then throw in your drained noodles.

11. Toss and add the reserved liquid (you may not have to use all of it). Keep frying and tossing, for about 5 minutes.

12. Add the greens and fry again for about 1 minute. Turn off the heat, and add a bit of extra sesame oil or finely ground white pepper, if you like.

13. Garnish with sambal, green chilies and fried shallots.


Vegan Dessert Cookbook

Vegan Dessert CookbookAll the recipes in this cookbook are:

  • 100% vegan.
  • Virtually identical vegan “clones” of popular “classic” desserts. (You’ll love them!)
  • Tested on non-vegans to ensure that they taste great – just like the original versions.
  • Beautifully photographed – there’s a full-color photo of EVERY recipe.



Plant Based Recipe Guide

Renegade Plant Based Recipe Guide

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Quick & Easy Chinese Vegetarian Cooking

Quick & Easy Chinese Vegetarian Cooking Recipes Book

Spice Up Your Diet With Quick & Easy Chinese Vegetarian Cooking!

Discover Great Tasting Chinese Vegetarian Dishes
That Improves Your Diet, Health, and Shows
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