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Marina Square Butcher inspires us to make these 5 Asian dishes

By 20 June 2022June 29th, 2022News, what's on
 

Marina Square Butcher inspires us to make these 5 Asian dishes

With the colder weather, we often find that cooking in the kitchen is a warm and comforting time. Marina Square Butcher sells a premium selection of meat and poultry to suit all occasions. Offering pork, beef, lamb, chicken, sausages and aged meat, there is no shortage of ideas for your next memorable meal. Here are 5 popular meaty Asian dishes we’d recommend making.

 

Sweet & Sour Pork

This icon of Cantonese cuisine needs no introduction. Featured in restaurant menus across the world, the basic composition consists of deep-fried pork chunks together with onions, green bell peppers and pineapples. Mixed together with sweet & sour sauce and rice, we’re hungry just thinking about it.

Thinking of visiting Marina Square to buy the ingredients to make Sweet & Sour Pork? See a delicious recipe here.

 

Tebasaki Yakitori

The popular Japanese cuisine (“Yakitori”) involving grilling meat skewers is especially tasty in this chicken wing dish. Tebasaki Yakitori is made from a butterflied pair of chicken wings seasoned with salt and pepper. Each bite is memorable because of its tender taste and crispy skin. Add a swig of beer for that extra satisfaction.

Thinking of visiting Marina Square to buy the ingredients to make Tebasaki Yakitori? See a delicious recipe here.

 

Lechon Kawali

The Filipino version of deep-fried pork belly is one of the most famous dishes in the country. The meat is boiled, rubbed with salt, cut into even chunks, then deep-fried until a golden-brown skin is developed. Inside, it’s juicy and oh-so-tender. Perfect for the family to share.

Thinking of visiting Marina Square to buy the ingredients to make Lechon Kawali? See a delicious recipe here.

 

Lu Rou Fan

It’s an all-in-one meal that often consists simply of pork, rice and various condiments. Firstly, ground pork is braised until it becomes almost gelatinous in texture. Then it’s layered over a bowl of rice along with blanched vegetables and a hard-boiled egg. In Taiwan, Lu Rou Fan is eaten everywhere, with many families appreciating its nutritiousness and simplicity.

Thinking of visiting Marina Square to buy the ingredients to make Lu Rou Fan? See a delicious recipe here.

 

Beef Bulgogi

“Bulgogi” literally means “fire meat” in Korean. Tender parts of the meat (it could be beef, pork or chicken) is sizzled on a hot stone plate. It’s memorable for being strong in flavour and a delight to enjoy with rice. We highlight the savoury juices created from the cooking of the marinated beef and crunchy vegetables.

Thinking of visiting Marina Square to buy the ingredients to make Beef Bulgogi? See a delicious recipe here.

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