Food King Singapore: How to Make the BEST Steamed Eggs!

Food Kings Cook? Cook Kings? We attempt to try out some quick and easy recipes with simple ingredients but maybe we should stick to reviewing food instead…

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Scampi White Wine Aglio Olio
– 450g of shrimp / prawn, peeled and deveined
– Salt
– 1 medium onion
– 7 garlic cloves
– Some parsley leaves
– ¾ cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
– 6 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil, divided, plus more for drizzling
– 1 stick of unsalted butter, divided
– ½ tsp. red pepper flakes
– ¾ cup dry white wine
– 450g of pasta of your choice

1. Boil the pasta
2. Peel and dice the onion, and grate 5 garlic cloves
3. Heat 2 Tbsp of olive oil, panko, and a dash of salt over medium and stir to coat
4. Grate the remaining 2 garlic cloves into the panko mixture and cook till golden brown
5. Cook shrimp with 2 Tbsp olive oil and a dash of salt until just cooked and remove from heat
6. Add onion+garlic mixture, half the butter, salt, ½ tsp of red pepper flakes and cook over medium-low heat until fragrant and softened, but not browned (~2 minutes)
7. Add the white wine and simmer till the harsh alcohol scent is burned off and sauce is thickened
8. Combine cooked pasta, the other half of the butter, shrimp, and 2 Tbsp of olive oil and stir until well coated and glossy
9. Top with panko and serve

My Mother’s (Steamed) Eggs
– 4 eggs
– Minced pork
– Sesame oil
– Salt and pepper to taste
– A splash of water
– Plenty of agaration

1. Mix a dash of sesame oil, salt, and pepper, to the minced pork and mix well
2. Beat 4 eggs, season with salt and pepper, sesame oil and a splash of water
3. Combine the minced pork with the beaten eggs and steam on high heat for 10-15minutes. (You really shouldn’t need the microwave)
4. Remove from heat, eat, and call yourself a chef

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44 thoughts on “Food King Singapore: How to Make the BEST Steamed Eggs!

  1. Today's video was recorded on 5 April, prior to the evolving Circuit Breaker measures that kicked in on 7 April! PM Lee first announced the Circuit Breaker on 3 April. With newer measures implemented to keep us safe and healthy, we want to urge all of you to practice social distancing and follow the recommendations to protect yourself and others! Stay home, and stay safe!

  2. try cutting small carrot and potoatoes into slices
    then socks the dry mushroom in hot water
    then cut into slice,
    then cut garlic and a bit of onion
    then later you put garlic wait for it brown then put carrot and potatoes insdie
    then you can add cabbage( if you have at home) and mushroom.
    then put dark sos.

  3. Just came from the divorce video and I thought Ryan was going to be a really good chef after Sylvia mentioned how hard it is cooking for herself now LOL but I see that is not the case. There’s definitely room for improvement tho 🙂 thanks for sharing this recipe with us.

  4. I’m a 13 year old who cooks the food their family just watching this makes me cringe but it’s damn funny.

  5. Pasta noodle you add olive oil would be good too when boiling, maybe you can use yellow onion because they are less spicy they are more on the sweet side, you can brown your onion first before you add garlic, cause garlic cook alot faster.

    the steam egg you need to sieve it, and if you want slightly want more white colour remove egg yolk. The reason why so much bubble at the top, because the fire is too high, should be using low heat to cook it!

  6. Hiii guyss
    Last time i tried to cook blackpepper chicken with my own recipe idea that suddelny pop up to my head la, the ingredients quite simple
    – chicken (chopped into pieces) (boneless)
    – oil to fry
    – paprika the red (1) and green(1) ones
    – garlic (3) but not whole garlic ya just 3 , 3(if you know what i mean…)
    – soy sauce
    – blackpepper powder
    – tepung putri (idk if there have or not, its like flour but alr have taste one, if dont have just use another one that maybe is similar, the taste and smell are like have pepper and a bit salty one)

    1. Cut the chicken first, if done put into a bowl or plate. Then put the flour to the chicken and make sure the flour cover the chicken alr. If done, fry the chicken.
    2. While waiting for the chicken to cook , chop the paprika and minced the garlic (peal it first).
    3. If the chicken alr fried to yellowey colour put to a plate.
    4. Put a bit of oil to the wok, then sauté the minced garlic and paprika for like 3~5 mins.
    5. Then put soy sauce and blackpepper to the wok, sauté again. 6. put the fried chicken.sauté until cooked.
    7. Then donee, voaaalaaa~
    I hope you like it 😀

  7. Aiken, you don't say go home shower, change and watch one while series of money heist and blah blah blah if not people think really and then their house burn down

  8. aiken: they only have themselves and their right hand
    me: what about your left hand?

    possibilities: my left hand went for a holiday

  9. I would love to see you get food from preparazzi or something like the Bath Lesung pastes and review those! They claim to make cooking easier – do they really? Is the food good?

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