Give your chicken wings a sweet-spicy makeover with KEWPIE Honey Mustard Sauce!
Do you know why chicken wings are known as buffalo wings? This tasty item was believed to be originated in Buffalo, New York.
|Chicken Wing||6 pcs|
|KEWPIE Honey Mustard Sauce||4 tbsp|
KEWPIE Dressing Thousand Island is perfect for serving with finger foods. Watch out! It will disappear before your eyes.
Warming lemons for 15 to 20 seconds in the microwave helps the citrus juice flow more easily.
|Broccoli (cooked and blended)||200g|
|Chicken Meat (minced)||250g|
|Bread Crumb (fined)||50g|
|Egg (beaten)||2 pcs|
|KEWPIE Dressing Thousand Island|
|Egg White||2 pcs|
|Cheddar Cheese (grated)||some|
KEWPIE Dressing Roasted Sesame pairs with almost everything from vegetable sticks to fried chicken nuggets and shrimps!
|KEWPIE Dressing Roasted Sesame||½ cup|
This is a healthier alternative to traditional version of fish and chips!
A half fillet of halibut fish (about 159g) contains about 1,064 mg omega-3 fatty acids, 60.4 mg omega-6 fatty acids, along with some copper and manganese.
|Halibut Fish Fillet||160g|
|Potato (thinly sliced)||30g|
|Lettuce (hand torn)||1 pc|
|KEWPIE Tartar Sauce||some|
Make your Chinese New Year more special and meaningful by bringing your family together around the table to try on this homemade Pen Cai!
|Siew Pak Choy||50g|
|Roast Chicken (chopped)||150g|
|Bamboo Shoot (sliced)||30g|
|Oyster Sauce||2 tbsp|
|KEWPIE Dressing Roasted Sesame||5 tbsp|
Forgo your usual stir-fry lotus root dish and make your taste buds dance to the flavours of KEWPIE with this recipe!
Lotus root signifies abundance because of the Cantonese homophone on the pronunciation of leng ngau as it rhymes with “always sufficient”.
|Lotus Root (peeled and cubed)||60g|
|KEWPIE Roasted Sesame Dressing||Some|
Try this Longevity Noodles tossed in KEWPIE Dressing Roasted Sesame.
An ancient Chinese belief holds that long noodles are the key to a long life, so don't cut the noodles as you eat them!
|Spring Onion (sliced)||Some|
|Red Chili (thinly sliced)||Some|
|Oyster Sauce||1 tbsp|
|KEWPIE Dressing Roasted Sesame||4 tbsp|
Our Seafood & Spices Pasta Sauce is perfect when you are craving for seafood aglio olio but don't want the hassle of preparation and the messy clean-up!
|Prawn (cooked)||3 pcs|
|KEWPIE Pasta Sauce Seafood & Spices||4 tbsp|
Need new ideas for dinner? We've made meatballs pasta even easier with our new Pasta Sauce!
|Red Chili (fine diced)||10g|
|Red Capsicum (cubed)||10g|
|KEWPIE Pasta Sauce Soy Sauce & Garlic Butter Taste||4 tbsp|
You can never go wrong serving omurice with KEWPIE Mayo Sauce!
Hate it when your fried rice turned out mushy? Cook the rice at least a day ahead of time and refrigerate. This helps to dry the grains out enough to give your fried rice a good texture.
|Spring Onion (sliced)||1 pc|
|KEWPIE Mayo Sauce||some|
Make an easy and satisfyingly delicious salmon rice bowl with KEWPIE Half Salad Dressing!
Have you ever wondered what is 'Donburi‘? Donburi comes from a Kanji character (丼) which means a big bowl served with rice at the bottom and toppings on it.
|Salmon Fillet or Canned Tuna||2 pcs/2 cans|
|Egg (hard boiled)||1 pc|
|KEWPIE Half Salad Dressing||some|
Learn to make one of Japanese cuisine's favourite snack foods with KEWPIE Mayonnaise Japanese Style
|Japanese Rice (cooked)||400g|
|KEWPIE Mayonnaise Japanese Style||4 tbsp|
Nothing beats kicking off the Chinese New Year celebration than tossing Yee Sang high up in the air with shouts of auspicious greetings.
|Smoked Salmon (sliced)||50g|
|Fried Wanton Skin||4 slices|
|KEWPIE Dressing Roasted Sesame||50g|
|KEWPIE Dressing Sesame Soy Sauce||50g|
Discover the healthier version of Nasi Lemak!
|Fresh Coconut (shredded)||5g|
|Brown Rice (cooked)||1 cup|
|Chicken Breast (cooked)||60g|
|KEWPIE Dressing Sesame Soy Sauce||3 tbsp|
This avocado and shrimp salad will refresh you on a hot day!
|Cherry Tomato (halved)||40g|
|Japanese Cucumber||½ pc|
|Shrimp (cooked and peeled)||6 pcs|
|Endive or Lettuce||1 pc|
|KEWPIE Dressing Thousand Island||some|
Instead of plain tuna-salad-sandwiches for lunch, try this Tuna Tartar Burger!
Tartar sauce is believed to be originated with the Tartars, a group of people who lived throughout the old Russian Empire.
|Burger Bun||1 pc|
|Canned Tuna (drained)||60g|
|Tomato (sliced)||3 slices|
|KEWPIE Tartar Sauce||3 tbsp|
A simple yet healthy and satisfying meal with KEWPIE Dressing Caesar!
For healthier option, look for tortillas made from cornmeal or whole-grain wheat, rather than white flour.
|Chicken Breast (cooked)||170g|
|Artichokes Hearts (thinly sliced)||4 pcs|
|Persian Cucumber (sliced)||1 pc|
|Red Bell Pepper (thinly sliced)||½ pc|
|Black Olives (sliced)||50g|
|KEWPIE Dressing Caesar||1 bowl|
This recipe proves that egg and cheese are a delicious food combination!
Not sure if the egg is raw or hard-cooked? Just spin it! If the egg spins easily, it is hard-cooked but if it wobbles, it is raw.
|Lettuce (hand torn)||2 pcs|
|Egg (hard boiled)||2 pcs|
|Cucumber (sliced)||¼ pc|
|KEWPIE Sandwich Spread Cheesy Cheese or Spicy Black Pepper||some|