Soy you want to be fit?

Top image: Marina South Curry House

 

Homegrown brand Lam Soon’s soy range has been extended to include HOMESOY Instant Soya Milk ($6.95)–just add water! Made from Halal-certified, non-GMO organic soya beans with essential amino acids and antioxidants, this instant drink is a source of both protein and calcium. The regular and oats variants are available at selected supermarkets.

 

Fortune has a new ready-to-eat dessert–the Hong Kong Style Dou Hua (300g, price not available at press time), in original and almond flavours. Made from non-GMO soy beans, Halal-certified and suitable for vegetarians, the smooth silky pudding is proudly made in Singapore and retails at iEcon and other stores.

 

Step back into the 70s with Ipoh-born and world-travelled Chef Gan at Marina South Curry House, where we would gladly recommend their signature milk-free yet creamy claypot fish head bee hoon (single portion $7.90). The secret: it’s stewed for six hours and served with thick slippery noodles. Also order sweet red curry ($6.90 for chicken, $8.90 for mutton) that leaves a kick in your mouth, best soaked up with a crusty baguette. #03-14, 100AM, 100 Tras Street. Tel: 6694 8108

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