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FOOD TRENDS AND MORE AT FOOD & HOTEL ASIA
ST Food checked out biennial food and hospitality show Food&Hotel Asia last week and picked up on some potential food trends that might just trickle their way here.
They include more ready-to-cook items, innovative farming methods, new-to-market foods and new technology to drive productivity such as large-scale wok-fryers and even a wagyu beef vending machine.
The four-day trade event, which celebrated its 40th anniversary, was held at Singapore Expo and Suntec Singapore. It featured more than 4,000 exhibitors from 70 countries.
Watch a video wrap of the show, which also featured various culinary competitions, including the National Team Challenge and Asian Pastry Cup.
Video wrap of FHA: str.sg/FHA2018
RECIPES TO TRY
When recipes call for butter, they usually mean the unsalted kind. But if salted butter is all you have in your fridge - it is also much more readily available at supermarkets - here are three home-style treats you can whip up.
Make almond financiers, jazzed up with fruit; milk chocolate and raspberry jam blondies; and sugar cookies.
Yes, you can use salted butter in bakes: str.sg/oGTe
Not only are breaded chicken cutlets easy to cook, but they are also extremely versatile - eat them on their own, in a sandwich or tossed in a salad.
They are just as good hot as they are at room temperature. Make them in advance for a quick weeknight dinner.
Recipe for breaded chicken cutlets: str.sg/oGSV
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