A Taste of Tradition: Chinese Mooncakes 

Get prepared for the upcoming Chinese moon festival with this sweet tradition
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Why is soy milk good for you?

Discover why soy milk is so good for you
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Character Bento Box for Children

Learn more about this Japanese cuisine phenomenon and how to brighten up your children's lunchbox!
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Discover the Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat Festival: What to eat and how to celebrate?
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Sing Kee Pandan Cake Recipe

Learn how to make this wonderful Indonesian dessert!
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Celebrate Ramadan 2020 with Sing Kee

Explore cultures and cuisines by discovering the traditional foods eaten to break a fast!
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The best Japanese street food

Be inspired by flavoursome Japanese street food!
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The ultimate barbecue chicken marinade - Indian style!

Add a touch of spice to your traditional barbecue dishes with our Sing Kee Indian marinade recipe!
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How to Make Chinese Dumplings

Discover how to make flavoursome Chinese dumplings
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A matcha made in heaven

Discover sweet treats and health benefits to the traditional Japanese ingredient of matcha tea!
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Stir Fry Pork with Thai Basil Pad Kra Pao

Get creative in the kitchen with this Thai twist on a traditional Chinese stir fry!
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Chinese Style Pancake Day: Crispy Duck Pancakes

Celebrate Pancake Day the Chinese way with this delicious Sing Kee crispy duck pancake recipe!
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An Afternoon Green Tea in China

Sit back and enjoy a relaxing green tea with Sing Kee
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The Secret to Happiness: Beef Gyudon

Follow this delicious Sing Kee recipe to cook up a delicious Japanese dish!
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How to make Singapore noodles

Learn how to cook up a traditional taste of Singapore with our Laksa recipe
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Soy sauce - Which one to choose?

Soy sauce comes in light, dark, premium and others. But how do you choose the right one for your cooking?
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Noodles: a Sing Kee Foods guide to the different types and how to use

Discover what type of noodles are there and how to use them in your cooking
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Cook a delicious Indonesian dish for two this Valentines Day

Follow Sing-Kee's simple recipe to create the perfect Indonesian meal for two
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Aloe vera drinks - what are they and why are they good for you?

We talk about the benefits of the latest health drink trend and how drinks containing aloe vera are good for you.
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Hot Pot - how to make it and enjoy with friends and family

Let's take a look at how to make the popular hot pot dish that can be enjoyed by all!
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Guide to Chinese Snacks

In this blog, we take a look at Chinese snacks and recommend some of our favourites, all available from Sing Kee Foods.
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Oolong Tea - Discover the benefits

In this blog, we discuss oolong tea, how it is made and its health-giving and nutritional benefits.
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Everything you need to know about Asian vegetables

Check out Sing Kee's guide to Asian vegetables, explaining why they belong in everyone’s home-cooking repertoire and the health benefits they offer.
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Sing Kee Foods' Vegan Sushi Recipe

Let us take a look at sushi and show you how to make your own vegan rolls at home with our simple recipe, using ingredients available from Sing Kee Foods.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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How to cook perfect rice

Apart from being full of vitamins and minerals, rice is also a rich source of complex carbohydrates. Struggling to cook rice to perfection?
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Our chicken katsu two-way recipe

Discover chicken katsu two-way - with rice and Japanese curry sauce or with a fruity brown table sauce and salad.
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Chinese food for thought for students

If you are a student, welcome (back) to university! Let us help you fill this academic year with the tastes of the Orient.
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Rambutan: the latest Asian fruit star

Jackfruit's neutral flavour and ‘pulled’ texture make it a central feature in many plant-based alternatives to meat.
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Pulled jackfruit and other recipes

If there is one foodstuff that has led the vegan food revolution in the UK, it’s got to be jackfruit.
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Vegan sweet and sour slaw with sticky ginger tofu

This time we are going to tell you how to make sticky ginger tofu served with a sweet and sour slaw.
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Tempeh: Indonesia’s essential vegan ingredient

Let us introduce tempeh, explaining what it is and how it can be used to create Asian-inspired vegan classics.
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Introducing mock duck

Vegan food is a modern culinary revolution. Let’s take a look at mock duck -what it is made from and how to cook with it.
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Our guide to Japanese drinks

Let's explore the range of Japanese soft drinks and introduce some of the brands that are available from Sing Kee Foods.
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Tapioca pearls explained

In recent years, black tapioca pearls have enjoyed a hip reputation as the ingredient in bubble tea, a drink sold in an ever-increasing number of outlets.
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Everything you wanted to know about sweet and sour sauce

Sweet and sour sauce has become synonymous with Chinese food around the world. Let's discover its origins and the most popular sweet and sour dishes.
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Vegan bao buns with pulled jackfruit recipe

Looking to embrace a more plant-based diet and create delicious dishes? Check out our recipe below for our vegan take on Bao buns, perfect for summer parties.
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Wassup? Wasabi peas!

In this blog, we explain the origins of wasabi peas, their possible health benefits and how they can add taste and crunch to your mealtime.
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Goodbye Kitty, Hello Panda!

The Meiji Hello Panda biscuit range enjoys cult status around the world. Let's discover their history, significance and available flavours.
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Mochi - have you tried the latest sweet treat from Japan?

Japanese mochi: what it is and how it originated, as well as introduce some of our favourite varieties, available on our website and in-store.
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Instant ramen noodles: Japan’s ultimate comfort food

In this blog, we look at the origins of instant Japanese noodles, known as ramen, as well as introduce the noodle range available from Sing Kee Foods.
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Japanese curry explained

Japanese curry is one of the most popular dishes in Japan. Here's a look at the origins of this Japanese phenomenon.
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Chinese celebrations for Mother’s Day

In this blog, we look at the significance of Mother’s Day in China - this year it falls on 12th May - and how the Chinese celebrate it, including some food ideas.
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Our recipe for vegan ‘duck’ pancakes

The increasing demand for vegan food has been one of the biggest culinary phenomena in recent years. Check out our recipe for a Chinese classic with a vegan twist.
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Our delicious vegan teriyaki tempeh recipe

Here, at Sing Kee Foods, we believe that cooking delicious vegan dishes should be affordable to everyone. Check out our recipe for vegan teriyaki tempeh in this blog post and video.
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Songkran 2019: how to celebrate Thai new year

Songkran is an important fixture on the Buddhist calendar when friends and family gather for food and festivities all over Thailand.
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Celebrating the Qingming festival

Qingming is a Chinese festival which pays respect to ancestors and celebrates the blooming glory of spring. This year, this festival falls on 5th April 2019.
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