Skip to main content

MasterFoods Herbs And Spices

MasterFoods brand products use only the finest premium ingredients for every range of products and they are mainly available in supermarkets across Australia and New Zealand. In Singapore we do have a wide range of MasterFoods products which are easily found in local supermarkets such as NTUC and Cold Storage.

Above are 3 of my favourite MasterFoods range of seasonings which I could not find in Singapore. And thanks to my brother who recently went Sydney for holiday to bring back these for my pantry.


Portuguese Chicken Seasoning:-
Brings together the flavours of lemon and chillies to create traditional Portuguese Chicken (recipe HERE) at home and this sure come perfect during Christmas season.


Pri Pri Seasoning:-
A hot spice seasoning with a hint of lemon which is excellent on fish, prawns, shellfish or chicken. To in-cooperate them, sprinkle some on the meat before grill, pan fry or BBQ on medium heat. This spice is also good for rice dishes such as paella or spice risotto.

Thai Seasoning:-
I love this spice which can be use to brush with oil on chicken or beef kebabs before grill or barbecue. And for a quick dish, sprinkle some over prawns when stir-frying or use in a Thai noodle salad and curries.

Other than the above, I also have some other MasterFoods products in my pantry which comes in handy while preparing pasta, pizza and etc.

Italian Herbs:-
It consists different types of herbs such as Marjoram, Basil, Red Bell Peppers, Rosemary, Oregano, Parsley, Thyme in a bottle. This is great for adding to spaghetti bolognese, lasagne sauce and fresh tomato sauce.

Chilli Flakes:-
Chilli Flakes are the chopped, diced fruits which is a popular hot spice with bite. This can be added to meat sauces, all Mexican dishes using meat, beans or vegetables. I love to use it in salads or salad dressings as well as rice or pasta dishes.

Will update more on new Recipes using these wonderful herbs and spices. Stay tune.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Happy Call Double Sided Pressure Pan - 韩国双面锅

Recently there is a Happy Call Pan(韩国双面锅) craze across most of the forum, facebook and recipes websites such as Munch Ministry where individual and members gets together to share their experience and recipes on using this "in-pan".

Basically Happy Call Pan works with a logic of a pressure cookers, patented silicon gasket and on-touch button magnetic locking systems which ensures cooking is hassle free, faster and healthier.  With the "Normal Pan(red )" having 3 layers and new "Ocher Deeper Pan(brown)" having 5 layers of ceramic durable non-stick coating, it actually speed up the cooking process and produce healthier dishes with enhanced flavour too.

The photo above shows the New Happy Call Ocher Deeper Pan (measured 27.5cm x 24.5cm x 7.5cm) and it is handy for cooking fish, chicken, meat, stew, soup and etc. Below are some basic functions of Happy Call pan's numbered above:-

1.SILICON GASKET
These red patented silicon gasket can effectively seals pan…

[review] Philips Avance Noodle Maker (HR2365/05) - 飞利浦爱面机

I often envy those friends who are able to make their own noodle/pasta that comes in various flavour such as carrot, spinach, pumpkin and etc. Now with my new Philips Avance Noodle Maker (飞利浦爱面机) which I received as a review set from Philips (Singapore); I so excited to create my own healthy homemade noodle/pasta with nutritious ingredients like egg, juice (vegetable/fruit) and/or herbs in just 10 minutes.

[review] Bosch MaxxiMUM Kitchen Machine (MUMXL40G)

Last month I was given a set of the BOSCH MaxxiMUM Kitchen Machine (MUMXL40G) by BOSCH Singapore to participate in their product review which I have attended their launched and hands-on session earlier this April (read more here). After much considerations, I decided to take up this offer because as a self-taught home baker who likes to explore new recipes I am sure this powerful kitchen machine will be a great helper to me.

Kueh Tutu (嘟嘟糕) And Kueh Tutu Mould

Kueh Tutu also known as "嘟嘟糕" in Mandarin is a traditional Singaporean delicacy which is made using rice flour. These steamed rice cakes are made using a special kueh tutu mould (refer to the photo shown below) where the prepared rice flour together with filling is steamed for a minute or two before removing it and place on a piece of pandan leave and served.

This is the special circular Kueh Tutu Mould which is used to shaped the kueh into flower shaped. To make Kueh Tutu, the mould is first filled with some cooked rice flour, follow by spoonful of coconut/peanut fillings then another layer of cooked rice flour on top. Next a small piece of pandan or banana leaf is place on top before it is turned upside down on a small cheesecloth and place on the steamer rack (you can refer to the photo below) and steamed until cook through.

What To Get:- 1. Ailin @ 845 Geylang Road, #01-48, Tanjong Katong Complex, Telephone: 6743-2693;
2. SunLik @ 33 Seah Street, Telephone: 6338 098…

Adding Multigrains, Brown & Mixed Rice Into Your Diet

Nowadays more people are starting to live and eat healthy despite that white rice is a common staple in many Asia country.

In this post I would like to share how we incorporate different type of rice and grains in our daily diet. And to start off you might want to try mixing white rice with either assorted grains; brown, red or black rice then slowly decrease the white rice to suit your preference and body condition since fibers might not be easily digest.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Copyright by ©http://ellenaguan.com (Ellena Guan) 2005 - 2017. All texts and photographs in CUISINE PARADISE are original unless otherwise indicated. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of any content and photos without written consent from the blog's author (Ellena Guan) is strictly prohibited.

All rights reserved.


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape