Top 3 Tips To Cook Healthier


Healthy eating goes beyond just consuming nutritious food. The way you prepare your food is equally important. If you had been eating out lesser and cooking at home more often, kudos to you!! That’s a great start to healthy eating! Now, let’s take a step further by using these tips to cook healthier meals at home!

Top 3 Tips To Cook Healthier


Most people know how to ditch the deep fryer when it comes to healthy cooking but how can we reduce the need for cooking oil even more? The answer is: Non-stick cookware. Invest in one to invest in your health!


If you’re using oil to cook, remember to use cooking oils that contains less saturated fat such as olive, nuts, seed and canola oil. It is recommended by the American Heart Association to choose oils that has less than 4 grams of saturated fats per tablespoon. Start experimenting cooking with these healthy fats, click here to get inspired.



Did you know that you can make your dishes creamy without using cream?

By whisking 1 cup of low-fat milk and 4 teaspoons of all-purpose flour over medium heat, you will a delicious yet healthy cream substitute!


Did you know that you can get that fried food crunch without deep frying your food?
All you have to do is dip your chicken, fish or vegetables in egg, coat it with breadcrumbs or flour then spray it with some olive oil cooking spray. Then, place it on a wire rack and bake it at 200-250 degree Celsius. If you’re craving for some fries, try making this “oven” fries recipe at home.


Traditional Japanese diet is knowns as one of the healthiest diets in the world. This is because Japanese cuisines focuses on simplicity and minimal processing. Japanese cuisine also consists of plenty of fruits and vegetables that helps to increase your fibre intake. Join our Japanese Cooking Class Master to learn about Japanese’s healthy way of cooking!


Also try cooking with Indian spices such as curry powder, garam masala and turmeric or Thai herbs such as Thai holy basil, coriander or kaffir lime leaves, to amp up the flavour of your dish without adding salt! Find out more about the local ingredients used in these cuisines at our cooking classes.