Our top 5 most popular recipes in 2021

As 2021 draws to a close, we can’t help but look back on all the recipes you loved from us!

Amidst all the uncertainties, we hope we managed to help you find joy in the smallest things. If you were avidly baking sourdough bread, you might have been thrilled at mastering how to make your own naan bread at home without an oven instead. Our Melona Soju might have even been your drink of choice on those days where you needed a pep in your step! However you chose to spend the year, take a moment to slow down during the festivities with this recipe round-up.

Keep reading to figure out what the most popular recipe was in 2021!

Melona Soju
#FastNoFuss

Cool off with this deliciously refreshing drink! Add more soju, depending on your mood!

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Make Naan without an Oven
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No oven? No problem! Try your hand at making this well-loved Indian staple everyday!
Perfect for serving alongside a beautifully rich and creamy curry.

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Kueh Jagung
#SmallKitchenBigFeast

This traditional Malay treat is perfect to have on Hari Raya and every day!

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Mango Sago with Pomelo
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Add generous servings of fresh pomelo, sago, mango and douse in coconut milk, evaporated milk and honey to taste!⁣
It’ll be your go-to recipe on Chinese New Year when your guests fancy a sweet dessert that’s simple enough to whip up quickly on humid days.

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How to Candy Pomelo Rind Easily
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Lastly, we’ve got another pomelo recipe to top it all off. Don’t throw away your pomelo rinds and make this sweet treat during the upcoming Chinese New Year festivities.
It’s also perfect for any other days when you feel a little peckish.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Stay safe as you keep cooking up a storm at home!

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