Staying home this National Day can be just as delicious as Impossible Foods celebrates comforting flavours of Singapore with two delicious Impossible™ Beef recipes for the entire family to enjoy.
On the menu are two easy recipes from two inspiring super moms, Michelle Hon, author, speaker and entrepreneur, and Pooja Kawatra, cancer survivor, mommy to two and lifestyle blogger, including:
- Impossible™ Beef Curry by Pooja Kawatra: Pooja’s take on the iconic curry made with Impossible™ Beef is a mouth-watering medley of plant-based meat, potatoes, vegetables and spices.
- Impossible™ Beef Noodle Soup Singaporean Style by Michelle Hon: A hearty bowl of noodles with Impossible Beef, peppers, bok choy and noodles, full of the familiar flavours of home.
Each dish is made using the award-winning, plant-based Impossible Beef, which cooks and sizzles like beef from cows and is perfect for any ground meat dish, from dumplings to stews, braises to deep-fried minces.
Discover the recipes by clicking on the links above and to make your prep work even easier, all the ingredients that you need to recreate these tasty dishes at home are available from Cold Storage, including Impossible Beef, now available at just S$11.90 per 340g, a whopping S$5 off its original price of S$16.90.
Fans of Impossible can also look forward to enjoying dishes featuring the local flavours of Singapore from some of their favourite restaurants. Amongst the must-try dishes are PappaRich’s Nasi Lemak with Impossible™ Rendang – coconut milk infused steam rice served with delicious Impossible Rendang, hard-boiled egg, roasted peanuts, long beans, sliced cucumbers and vegetarian sambal, and Impossible™ Goreng and Impossible™ Murtabak by Srisun Express. Whether delivery or takeaway, these creations promise a delicious feast for the family to enjoy while celebrating Singapore’s birthday.
Impossible Beef contains no animal hormones or antibiotics and is gluten-free certified. It uses 96% less land, 87% less water and generates 89% less greenhouse gas emissions compared to conventional beef from cows – environmental benefits that also translate to economic efficiencies.
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