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Every month, two EL readers hand over the recipes for their fave dishes from their home countries
All you need to know about local fave Chinese sausage, and how to cook it in claypot chicken and rice
We ask our international expat readers to offer up their favourite meals
Want to have a crack at baking? Our international expat readers give up their favourite recipes
Where to find the best crab bee hoon, plus how to make it yourself
Food author Brian Kennett shares his best beef dish, plus how to make rum cocktails
How to whip up this simple but effective salmon dish for four people
Stuck in a food rut? Check out these fail-safe recipes from our international expat readers
Cooking and baking tips our international expat readers, who are a dab hand in the kitchen
Cooking and baking, recipes from our international expat readers, from stir-fries to afternoon cake treats
Recipes from international expat readers, from Mexican feasts to afternoon cakes
Expat Living readers share fail-safe recipes from around the world
Two EL readers share their fail-safe recipes from around the world
We asked two Expat Living readers to offer up their best recipes – plus you can take part too
Flavour forager hands over a simple recipe for Vietnamese Prawn Sugarcane Skewers
Hosting afternoon tea? Try your hand at these gorgeous sweet treats
Kids and parents will eat well with healthy recipes from Aileen Lane at Nutri-Style
We look at sago's health benefits and how to incorporate it into Western recipes
Looking for a great recipe for mums and kids to make together? Annette Lang of Expat Kitchen shows us how to make mince tarts
What's the golden ingredient in successful cooking?
Every wondered about why that tasty morsel of Italian food on your fork tastes so good and where it came from?
Learn how to make this classic Italian dessert and wow your friends at your next dinner party
Two simple, delicious recipes
How to incorporate Japanese cooking wine into your dishes
How to incorporate curry leaves into your dishes
A vegetarian, healthy and tasty soup perfect for the humid weather
How to incorporate local flavour into your dishes
Cook up a storm with awesome Vietnamese flavours
Tuck into this BBQ chicken with lime leaf - easy and finger licking good
An easy recipe to try at home
Flavour Forager investigates common local ingredients and how to use them
In the warehouse of Singapore company Redgum, where shelves are lined with jars of olives, pickles and jams, artisanal cheeses and fresh salad leaves
Storm the kitchen with a little Spanish tonight
Using tamarind in recipes
Running out of ideas for dinner? Annette Lang of Expat Kitchen shares some recipes for chicken tonight
Cook your own Fish Head Curry at home
This is a winner: Thai Green Curry with baby snapper fillet and apple eggplant
Foraging for exciting Asian ingredients to discover their health benefits and uses in Western recipes
THe humble leaf has a multitude of uses
Foraging for exciting Asian ingredients to discover their traditional uses, health benefits and ways to incorporate them into Western recipes
Discovering new Asian ingredients: their traditional uses, health benefits and ways to incorporate into Western recipes
A fun and healthy recipe from Expat Kitchen
Celebrity chef Martin Yan give us a culinary masterclass in cooking spring rolls
10 pasta varieties we’ve yet to try (and their translations) and a few traditional ones too
Try this Singaporean fare for a hearty meal that uses pumpkin, a non-traditional ingredient
A recipe for the gluten-intolerant crumble lovers
Throw caution to the wind and indulge this festive season in White Logcake and Gluten-free Brownies
This is an appetizer that’s easy to prepare and bound to fire up the appetite.
Bite-sized and delicious with ricotta, chives, sun-dried tomatoes and dill.
Gather the gang around the TV for some sporting matches and Mexican-themed finger-food recipes.
A winning combination of scrumptious muesli muffins, served hot with a healthy mixed berry and mango smoothie.
Be sure to use only the freshest ingredients in this crabmeat, tomato and avocado dish.
Virtually Singapore's national dish, this fragrant crab dish is best eaten with your fingers and warm, toasty buns (man tou) to mop up all the luscious gravy.
There's nothing more gratifying than baking a loaf of bread, and nothing quite as tasty as this loaf swirled with sun-dried tomatoes and cheese.
Succulent crab meat in breadcrumbs with a refreshing corn salsa.
Time for something creamy, decadent and rich. Here, traditional cheesecake is made even better with melted chocolate and a dash of whisky.
It’s tough being gluten-intolerant but life is about to get sweeter with caramel on the side.
A lighter version of fish and chips, but tastes just as good. This dish features both French and Asian influences with ingredients readily available in Singapore
The epitome of Thai street food, this crunchy green papaya salad is a combination of spicy, sweet, salty and sour.
This tasty salad highlights the natural sweetness of pears, bitterness of rocket and the distinct characteristics of blue cheese.
Pesce all' Acqua Pazza, translates as "fish in crazy water", a traditional Italian dish brimming with fresh flavours from the sea
This clafoutis is a delicious cross between a fruity custard and a traditional French tart
La Nonna's non-alcoholic tiramisu uses macaroon shells instead of savoiardi (lady fingers), making it a delicious family friendly option.
Sweets potatoes are given a spicy kick from this chilli and garlic marinade
This refreshing mojito is the perfect drink to combat Singapore's tropical heat
Rev up your tastebuds with this dish of udon noodles tossed with black pepper sauce and tender beef
These goat's cheese tarts are an easy way to knock the socks off your guests at your next dinner party.
Here’s a different take on a traditional salad that is as easy to make as it is delicious
Recipes with the words ‘low’ and ‘fat’ conjure images of bland, watery liquid, something this dahl curry is anything but.
Beat the heat in these even-hotter months with icy cocktails and bathing suit bashes.
While these tender lamb shanks may take awhile to cook, the process allows the rich flavours of the ingredients to meld, definitely worth the time spent!
Want to know the secret behind tasty fish and chips? Try this version from the Conrad Centennial!