Turning Canned Food Into An Epic Home-Cooked Meal
STORY: Sim Ding En
28 August 2020
In survivor shows, canned food is always manna from heaven, but on a daily basis - admit it, it is kinda meh.
The COVID-19 pandemic put us into Survival Mode (remember the panic buying?), and even now, although the situation has improved greatly thanks to the tireless efforts of our healthcare and frontline workers, we're still on guard and observing safety measures, and have given up much of the comforts of our previous lifestyles for a "new normal".
When it comes to food, we Singaporeans simply cannot settle for "meh". So, while we're staying home as much as possible, how do we replicate the same sort of epic flavours we find at our favourite hawker centres and zi char restaurants in our own kitchen?
In this episode of "Aaron Wong's Stay-Home Survival Cookbook", our beloved Ah Beng turns a can of sliced stewed pork (which you can get very easily from a convenience store or supermarket near you) into a savoury bowl of deliciousness that your tastebuds will kow tow and thank you for.
This is comfort food at its very best!
This video is part of "Aaron Wong's Stay-Home Survival Cookbook", a series offering food hacks, tips and tricks, and delicious, easy-to-make, survival-mode recipes to help you stay fed while you stay home and stay safe.
Fronted by the 42-year-old commercial photographer and avid diver, this useful and mouth-watering show brings to life the series of the same name on Aaron's Instagram.