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 Vegetable tempura and how to make it

Vegetable tempura and how to make it

Tempura is among the most well-known Japanese dishes, usually consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been coated in a light batter and deep fried. This cooking technique was in fact Portuguese missionaries and merchants living in Nagasaki in the 16th century. Indeed, the name ‘tempura’ originates from the Latin phrase quatuor anni tempora, which refers to Catholic holy days when no meat is consumed. Below, you can find our own vegetable tempura recipe, using ingredients available from Sing Kee Foods.
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 Vegan pad thai

Vegan pad thai

Thailand is known for its delicious street food. None is more famous than pad thai, a stir-fried rice noodle concoction which can easily be regarded as the country’s national dish. Let’s look at its origins, how it’s made and our suggestions for a vegan pad thai recipe.
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 March on a full stomach with Korean army stew

March on a full stomach with Korean army stew

Budae jjigae, better known as Korean army stew, was created after the end of the Korean War using scrounged or smuggled surplus food from US army bases. Check out our recipe below for this Korean-American fusion classic, using ingredients available from Sing Kee Foods.
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 Kimchi: Korean’s fermented food sensation

Kimchi: Korean’s fermented food sensation

With its rich flavour and ancient history, Kimchi is a favourite amongst Koreans and a key ingredient in many classic Korean dishes. Let us take a look at this foodstuff, including its origins, why it is good for you and how to make kimchi at home.   
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