Here are some highlights on The Straits Times’ meals web site – ST Food, straitstimesfood.com.
WHERE TO FIND HEALTHIER HAWKER DISHES
Check out ST’s interactive meals map for concepts on the place to get more healthy hawker dishes, starting from ayam penyet to lotus root and pork rib soup.
More than four,000 stalls supply such fare and, in some instances, the hawkers dial again on salt, add extra greens and use brown rice rather than white rice, which has a excessive glycemic index.
Use the map to seek for stalls with wholesome variations of your favorite dish.
Want to know what number of energy there are in nasi lemak or vegetarian bee hoon? The graphic contains these particulars too.
Healthier hawker dishes interactive map: str.sg/healthy-food-map
RECIPES TO TRY
There are loads of methods to get pleasure from tequila apart from salting your palate, knocking again a shot and sucking on a wedge of lemon or lime.
Drink tequila neat or sip it in a cocktail by including it to a cucumber verdita and a sangrita de fruta.
How to drink tequila and mezcal like a grown-up: str.sg/oQTs
Food columnist Hedy Khoo has shared a recipe for a contemporary coriander, chilli and macadamia pesto which you’ll be able to toss with brown rice spaghetti.
Watch her video on how one can make it – put the elements for the pesto right into a meals processor and blitz until easy.
Perk up brown rice pasta with a contemporary coriander chilli macadamia pesto: str.sg/oQ84
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