I remember I was attending a half day workshop (I think) and before it commences, was talking with my colleagues. And out of no where, the air-fryer topic popped out in mind and out from my mouth instantly. So talking about what we cook with it and I concluded that I'm a processed food lover. I admit I am and I love frying frozen food. One of my colleague was asking how to use (as in temperature and timing). But because I use it to cook like hashbrowns (my top fav), fishballs and blah blah blah. I can only tell her that the only proper food I fry with it was marinated chicken wings or mid joints, which you peeps have probably saw it in my Instagram or previous posts.
So I wanna be one best blogger to share my year plus experience with my airfryer, as in sharing the temperature and timing for those food that I have air-fried so far. All these takes trial and error. Not fully cooked, fried again and so on. Till you get the hang of it, an airfryer at home is all so convenience for w…
Okay... I know normally you won't make your way down to hospital *touch wood* and nobody wants to step in hospital but hey... don't think that way! If you are working nearby and have lack of choices for your lunch, why not go down to the new NUH Medical Centre? Their F&B and Retail areas are growing. Explore for more choices. It is very convenience as the entrance to NUH Medical Centre is just at Kent Ridge MRT station (Circle Line). The first shop that welcomes you at the entrance will be Uniqlo and the aroma from the bakery. At Level 1, you can find Don-Your Personal Pie Club. (CLOSED) I think I did not do any review on their pies but certainly submit one at +OpenRice Singapore and my advice is to share with your lunch partner, even if it seems like a 'small' pie to you.
Never really go to any restaurants open by the Chinese except for steamboat buffet which is also in the vicinity of Geylang (it is quite a huge place with eateries, restaurants, on top of that 'red light district'). This place was hidden along shophouses and our friend brought us there on a Sat night after attending a baby shower in the afternoon. It was almost full house (if you never come early) and you know who are the patrons most of the time. They really can eat. 很吃货.
They serve up the dishes quite fast. But anyway most of their dishes are sides or maybe I miss out from their menu. Very local (I mean to them in terms of locality) taste.
The many skewers ordered by the young boys (our friend's students). Wow... I got myself Taiwan Sausages. Yumz. There are wings, potatoes slices, Chinese chives rolls and meat skewers. I suppose is mutton skewers. I love the Chinese chives skewers. You can't believe it tastes so good.