Aug 18, 2020

If you’ve become a home cook during quarantine, chances are you’ve tried your hand at recreating all kinds of quarantine food trends over the course of five months—and you’re looking for more recipes to follow. 

[READ: Every quarantine food trend so far, explained]

Fortunately, there’s the Singapore Food Festival, which is offering a series of masterclasses by some of Southeast Asia’s well-known chefs.

Singapore Food Festival 2020 | Rediscover the foodie in you

Join us for a virtual #SingaporeFoodFestival 2020! From live masterclasses to interactive food tours, it's time to rediscover the foodie in you. 🌶️🦀🍹🍸For more information visit: www.singaporefoodfestival.sg/

Posted by VisitSingapore on Monday, August 17, 2020

One of the classes you can sign up for is 2Fast, 2Delicious – Hokks and Clay, presented by chef Margarita Forés and Siri House’s chef Ming Tan. Here, the two chefs will be sharing their “personal flavor secrets” and easy recipes for Hokkien mee and claypot rice. Participants can follow along by ordering cooking kits on Shopee or Food2Go.

The 2Fast, 2Delicious – Hokks and Clay class is free of charge and will be streamed on Singapore Food Festival’s event page on Aug. 22, 7 p.m. The food festival will also be streaming masterclasses on how to prepare desserts, cocktails and other Singaporean dishes throughout the month.

 

Header photo courtesy of Singapore Food Festival

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