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Title MeatMen Cooking Channel: Zi Char at Home  
ISBN 9789814751643
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Cuisine
 
Author(s)
MeatMen Cooking Channel
 
Specifications 234 x 180mm / 80pp / hardcover
 
Publication Date Jan-2017
 
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 28.00 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

Zi char (a Hokkien term, literally translated “cook fry”) is widely recognised in Singapore to refer to a variety of dishes that one can order from any Chinese cooked food (zi char) stall in coffee shops across the island. Dishes range from one-dish rice or noodle meals to fish and seafood and meat and vegetable dishes to go with piping hot white rice. Zi char dishes are very much a part of the Singaporean lifestyle, and zi char stalls that dish out the most flavoursome dishes will attract an endless flow of diners.

In continuing their efforts to inspire others to have fun whipping up their own meals, the MeatMen share 30 popular zi char dishes including crab bee hoon, san lou hor fun, cereal prawns, har cheong gai and sambal kangkong in this second cookbook. All dishes are prepared in their usual effortless style that requires no fancy tools, equipment or special skills, and come with the promise that anyone with a passion for good food and cooking can be a zi char expert at home! 

About the Authors

The MeatMen consists of a group of four guys who love their food, be it eating, cooking or capturing it on film. They first started recording what they cooked on video and shared the clips online back in 2013 to prove that cooking at home is not difficult and can be fun. They quickly won over the hearts of the online community and now have a following of more than 200,000 followers on Facebook and over 70,000 subscribers on YouTube, and the numbers are growing daily. 

   
 
  
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