Coronavirus Pandemic

Stay home, will cook

As people stay indoors more often due to the coronavirus, they are also using the change to whip up healthy, tasty fare for loved ones

Mr Ronnie Chan gets creative with yong tau foo by adding ingredients such as mushroom, spinach, salmon, cod fish and egg and dressing up the dish.
Mr Ronnie Chan gets creative with yong tau foo by adding ingredients such as mushroom, spinach, salmon, cod fish and egg and dressing up the dish. PHOTOS: BELINDA YEOH, RONNIE CHAN, SERENE NEO, WONG WYE LENG
Ms Belinda Yeoh’s seabass with sliced onions and Sichuan spicy hot bean sauce (above).
Ms Belinda Yeoh’s seabass with sliced onions and Sichuan spicy hot bean sauce (above).PHOTOS: BELINDA YEOH, RONNIE CHAN, SERENE NEO, WONG WYE LENG
Ms Serene Neo’s winter melon barley soup (above).
Ms Serene Neo’s winter melon barley soup (above).PHOTOS: BELINDA YEOH, RONNIE CHAN, SERENE NEO, WONG WYE LENG
Ms Wong Wye Leng’s ginger chicken mee sua with Shaoxing rice wine and sesame oil (above).
Ms Wong Wye Leng’s ginger chicken mee sua with Shaoxing rice wine and sesame oil (above).PHOTOS: BELINDA YEOH, RONNIE CHAN, SERENE NEO, WONG WYE LENG

With many people working from home during this coronavirus outbreak and a number avoiding eateries, more are cooking at home.

And some are taking care to fill the dinner table with nutritious dishes to boost their family members' resistance to illnesses.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 22, 2020, with the headline 'Stay home, will cook'. Print Edition | Subscribe