Here are some highlights on The Straits Times’ meals web site – ST Food, straitstimesfood.com.
SOCIAL MEDIA: MENTION US AND USE THIS HASHTAG THIS CNY
Gong Xi Fa Cai, fellow foodies.
Don’t overlook to tag and point out us @straitstimesfood in all of your Chinese New Year meals posts on Instagram and Facebook.
Use the hashtag #STreunion dinner, so everybody can drool over what you have been tucking into this season. ST’s meals writers have additionally been hashtagging their eats – make sure to observe them on Instagram.
HOW HEALTHY ARE CNY SNACKS?
#ICYMI, Internet-speak for in case you missed it, ST Food put collectively an interactive quiz final 12 months on how wholesome your favorite Chinese New Year snacks are.
Want to understand how lengthy it takes to burn off the energy from one pineapple tart? What about that scrumptious charred piece of honeyed bak kwa? The quiz additionally has details about the sugar and fats content material of different goodies comparable to kueh bangkit and love letters. CNY snacks quiz: http://str.sg/oiAK
CHICKEN SKIN TREATS
The New Paper’s Yeoh Wee Teck has put collectively a listing of 5 locations for reasonable, crispy and crunchy rooster pores and skin.
His suggestions embrace Mat Noh & Rose Chicken Rice at Whampoa Makan Place, the place the rooster pores and skin is marinated in hand-pounded ginger and garlic, then deep-fried. At Alter Ego, which is positioned on the Esplanade Mall, the rooster pores and skin is spicy and crunchy.
Chicken pores and skin might not be the healthiest of dishes, so please eat carefully. Chicken pores and skin repair: http://str.sg/owwi
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Keep abreast of what ST’s meals writers and different gourmands have been consuming within the social media part.
Use the helpful search software positioned on the high of the web page to navigate the positioning for concepts on the place to eat and what to cook dinner.
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