Sunday, 1 January 2012

Announcing event ~ Flavours of Singapore.

We are are packed and ready to move on to our next leg with our journey in "Flavours of" Series 2 .We have enjoyed wonderful stay in Sri Lanka at Priyas blog and we are now resident in  Singapore for the month of January to sample and cook this wonderful cuisine.

Singapore cuisine hosts a world of flavours,with its rich multicultural heritage, it portrays  an  array of local cuisines such as  Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan among others. Due to the long history of immigration in Singapore, Yusheng as well as traditional Malay cuisine like The Laksa, Satay, and Goreng Pisang have all integrated themselves into the cuisine of Singapore.In addition to these flavours English and some Portuguese influenced Eurasian, known as Kristang is also commonly found.
The cuisine is rich in flavour using aromatic spices such as cumin , cinnamon, coriander, cardamom,clove and nut meg. Other flavours and ingredients commonly found are pandan leaves, kaffir, lime,lemon grass, galangal and many others. Cooking in a wok is very common,and dishes prepared which  incorporate many different types of rice and noodle.

So if all this is tickling your taste buds and making your mouth water then please do check out these sites below for some mouthwatering recipes ideas.
http://asiarecipe.com/sinveg.html
http://www.vegetarian-society.org/recipe
http://singaporelocalfavourites.blogspot.com/2009/09/singapore-indian-food.html
http://www.ifood.tv/network/singapore_fusion_dish/recipes

To Participate:
Sharpen your knives, put on your apron,don't forget the chefs hat and then :

1.Prepare a dish  (vegetarian only - eggs allowed) .
2.Please link this event announcement with your entry, this is mandatory.
3.Use of logo is not mandatory but usage is appreciated as it helps to spread the word visually.
4. Multiple entries are allowed, archived are only allowed if reposted and updated with this event link.
4. Email me the entry at simplysensationalfood@gmail.com

Please put in subject box : Flavours of Singapore
Please use this format
Your Name:
Recipe Name:
Recipe URL:
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5 comments:

  1. Happy 2012 to you, hope to have more foodie fun together in coming days..best wishes.
    Love.
    Lite Bite

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  2. Nice theme.Haven't cooked anything from this region.Will do so for this event :)

    Wishing you and your family a very happy and prosperous New Year :)

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  3. Happy new year wishes to u and ur family..Havent cooked singaporian dishes yet,cant wait to give a try.happy hosting..

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  4. I already added this to my event list coz I like to participate.
    For me its like moving from my motherland to my second home.(Sri Lanka to Singapore)

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  5. Very nice post, would love to read more on this topic! Also could you tell me how to subscribe to your blog?
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