Gutter Oil Comes To Singapore?

The NEA said that there are about 60 companies licensed to collect waste oil in Singapore, and they are required to use a vacuum truck to collect the oil. The environment agency said that there have not been any reported cases of hawkers using “gutter oil” for cooking in the last five years.

Gutter oil has been shown to be very toxic, and can cause diarrhea and abdominal pain. There are also reports that long-term consumption of the oil can lead to stomach and liver cancer as well as developmental disabilities in newborns and children.

A very famous video showing the collection, production and trade of gutter oil in China. Has this business come to Singapore?

It’s always safer to cook and eat at home. Check us out for ideas and inspiration for home-cooking. Of course, you’re welcome to share your ideas too. Coming up towards the end of March, Nepalese food.

Yangshuo Beer Fish 阳朔啤酒鱼

I first heard about this dish when I visited Yangshuo in Guilin, China. I’m not sure how authentic this Yangshuo beer fish is, but here’s my interpretation. The important thing is, it must taste good. The other important thing? Tiger Beer.

As you can see, the ingredients are pretty much the things you usually find in your kitchen.

I like a good helping of chopped spring onions. Marinate it with the fish.

Next, you fry the fish until it’s brown on both sides.

Then, you add the bean paste and other stuff like garlic, tomatoes etc and continue frying. I like to fry them separately so I don’t break up the fish.

If you like beer, go ahead and pour in the whole can. Simmer for a while.

And we are ready to serve. Bear in mind that depending on the amount of beer you’ve poured in, this dish can taste bitter. However, there is also a unique fragrance to this very special dish from Yangshuo, Guilin.