Truffle Sauce Mascarpone Linguine Pasta Recipe – TimperioBy Giuseppe TimperioIt is challenging to cook a faster, simpler, and more satisfying main dish than a mascarpone and truffle sauce pasta. The preparation of this recipe is extremely simple, and you'll find our version begineer-friendly! Both long and short pasta suit this recipe, and we recommend using spaghetti, linguine, paccheri, penne rigate, or rigatoni.Bucatini pasta with Zucchini Pesto Recipe – TimperioBy Giuseppe TimperioZucchini is one of the most popular vegetables in Singapore, and likely one of my favorites too. Often I'd bake zucchini into bread, muffins, and cakes, but in this case, I needed a fresh sauce for my pasta, and that's where the idea of making a pesto out of it crossed my mind.
This version is a 100% vegetarian and tasty recipe, good for everyone, from choosy toddlers and pre-schoolers to teenagers and adults. Vegan Hainanese “Chicken” Rice (no chicken required) Recipe – TimperioBy canlilyHainanese chicken rice is a popular Singaporean hawker dish that originated in China. Most hawkers around the island would serve the dish with roasted or steamed chicken.
I've twisted the original recipe and made my very own vegan-friendly version, where I replaced the chicken with king oyster and enoki mushrooms. The consistency of mushrooms is what ties the dish together, and gives to it that delicious fragrance you rightfully expect from anything carrying the chicken-rice name.
King oyster mushrooms are popular in Asian cuisine. Many of us add them to stews, soups, pasta, and sauces, as well as a variety of vegetable-based dishes. Did you know, for example, that king oyster mushrooms are also called “chicken legs” in Chinese? King oyster mushrooms bear a resemblance to chicken legs, and their taste is not too different either!