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Cashew Nut Noodles

Meet the flavours- Hokkien Noodles

Mar 04, 2015

  Hokkien noodles are often mistaken for egg noodles, as they strike a very similar resemblance. When we think of indulging in a delicious bowl of noodles we generally think of egg or rice noodles but have you ever eaten Hokkien noodles? Better yet, Hokkien noodles with your favourite Wok On Inn sauce? Commonly used […]

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Drunken Noodles

Meet the Flavours: Thai Basil

Oct 17, 2014

Welcome to this week’s edition of “Meet the Flavours: Thai Basil Edition”. Traditional Thai food boasts bold flavours with a balance of sweet, salty, hot and sour. Adding a beautiful fragrance, Thai basil is a key ingredient in many dishes including curries, stir fries, soups and salads. Originally native to Iran, India and Asia, basil […]

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Penang Satay Noodles

Malaysian Satay

Oct 03, 2014

Welcome to this week’s installment of “Meet the Flavours: Satay Edition”. Originating in Indonesia and sold by Javanese street vendors, satay is equally popular in Malaysia and Thailand. Traditionally, meat or seafood are skewered and grilled over a barbecue. The characteristic yellow colour of satay comes from the turmeric used to marinate the meat, and […]

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Pad Thai

Have you tried our Pad Thai?

Sep 16, 2014

Pad Thai is generally the first dish that pops into one’s mind when they are thinking of Thai Cuisine.  Believed to be of Chinese origin, this dish is not only simply delicious, it holds a significant place in the history of the Thai government. In 1938, the Thai Prime Minister, Phibun, hoped to provide opportunity of […]

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Mirin

Meet the flavours-Mirin

Aug 28, 2014

Welcome to a new edition of Meet the Flavours. Today we’re exploring mirin, a rice wine used in Japanese cuisine. A golden yellow liquid, mirin is similar to sake but has a sweeter taste, and is slightly lower in alcohol content.  Mirin is made from steamed glutinous rice (mocha-gome), cultured rice (kome-koji) and distilled alcohols […]

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