It’s time for more blog posts that I’ve been bookmarking around the web!
The chilli pan mee recipe from Happee Monkee looks insanely good. I love dry noodles and I do love pan mee, having made it from scratch while I was in university (I must’ve been insane). And now a chilli variant seems to have appeared recently and I want some!
A recipe for the most beautiful stecca sandwich bread can be found over at Macheesmo.
Wen at Going With My Gut has posted her family recipe for pork belly with mui choi. I tasted it at plusixfive’s supper club and lemme tell you – it’s fantastic. Go make it!
Hot & Chilli have a recipe for Brazilian brigadeiros. These Brazilian chocolate and condensed milk truffles are very sweet and very addictive.
I adore rice dishes and would never turn down a biryani or pilaff. Kavey at Kavey Eats has a recipe for a Persian baked yogurt rice with chicken while Sharmila at rice and pickle shares a recipe for a Persian raw meat biryani (where the meat is cooked in the rice). Both look insanely good.
Sambal ikan bilis (little anchovies in a spicy chilli paste) make up the filling for this Burger Malaysia over at Almost Bourdain. I probably wouldn’t call it a burger (but to be clear this seems to be the terminology used in Malaysia) but instead a very good looking sandwich.
Fatty Dumpling shares a recipe for kettle corn! I had no idea one could make kettle corn at home. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s like the sweet popcorn of this country but the sugar is more of a thin coating on each puff.
Doesn’t the congee with poached chicken slivers over at 3 hungry tummies look utterly comforting? I’ve been in need of some comforting food lately and this would surely hit the spot.
Finally, I managed to visit the Singapore Takeout while it was here for couple of days but just didn’t find the time to blog it. This initiative from Singapore sees some of their top chefs paired with chefs from around the world. In London, Janice Wong from 2am dessert bar in Singapore came with the travelling kitchen in a shipping container and paired up with local chef Peter Gordon of The Providores. My photos from the event can be seen in this Flickr photoset. If your city is here on this list (sorry, I’m almost too late for Paris – Singapore Takeout was there this past weekend!), you’re in for a treat: Moscow, New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Delhi, Dubai, Sydney. All dates and details of these other visits can be found on their Facebook page.