Bak Kwa Delivery Singapore
If you haven’t already heard, we’re running a delicious offer for Kim Joo Guan’s tempting bak kwa slices. You can read more here, and if you are still thinking how much to buy – here are seven delicious ways to use up the leftover bak kwa. A great reason to indulge in more porky goodness!
1. Bak Kwa Pizza
You could cut a pork slice into squares, or purchase the ‘coin’ versions, and simply toss them onto a dough base as you would a normal pizza.
(Image Source:Tummy Trolls https://tummytroll.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/spaghetti-aglio-olio/img_9997_1/)
2. Bak Kwa Aglio Olio
Yes, instead of ham or bacon, swop it up with bits of sweet-savoury bak kwa. You’ll be surprised at how well this recipe works!
(Image Source: DanielFoodDiary.com – Oh My Bacon’ Cafe http://danielfooddiary.com/2015/06/25/omb/)
3. Bak Kwa Jam
There are a couple of varying recipes available online, but mostly the formula calls for a mix of bacon and bak kwa, with the usual concoction of apple cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar, maple syrup, and a dash of brandy if you so prefer.
(Image Source:Tris Marlis @ Makansutra https://sg.style.yahoo.com/news/emergency-bak-kwa-cookies-100401362.html)
4. Bak Kwa Cookies
We first came across a couple of rather unique cookie flavours at a coffee festival, such as rose and pandan. Then, a quick search showed us that bak kwa actually goes really well in a batter too!
(Image Source: Annielicious Food, https://annieliciousfood.wordpress.com/2012/03/17/quick-meal-bak-kwa-fried-rice/)
5. Bak Kwa Fried Rice
You know how Christmas leftovers of ham, turkey and roast potatoes can be re-concocted into amazing dishes of wellingtons, pies and various toppings for toasts? Well, now you can dice these bak kwa and toss them into the Chinese’ equivalent: fried rice!
(Image Source: xavvy-licious http://xavvy-licious.blogspot.my/2015/04/spring-onion-omelette-with-bak-kwa.html)
6. Bak Kwa Omelette
Just like how fried sambal belachan (blend of dried shrimps, chilli and various spices) tastes divine in an omelette, the same complex textures can be achieved with the humble bak kwa.
7. Bak Kwa Stick Dips
Canapes are one of the easiest dishes to prepare, such as a bowl of edamame beans with a dash of salt, as well as the favourite celery-and-carrot sticks pairing. Add another stand of bak kwa sticks for a lovely savoury twist.
Have you purchased your bak kwa yet? This year, do things the smart way – and have the pork delivered to you, for free.
For those who are gifting to work associates and family, Kim Joo Guan’s festive gold-and-red gift box is sure to please. If you are a foodie who understands the joys of clearing bak kwa within a few hours, the fuss-free packaging will be perfect for you!
Shop for Kim Joo Guan Bak Kwa Delivery Now!
Delivery on 21st January 2017 (Sat):
- $52 – Kim Joo Guan Bak Kwa 1kg in Gift Box (UP: $62)
- $52 – Kim Joo Guan Bak Kwa 2x500g (UP: $62) (no gift box)
Order closes on 15 January 2017 or while stocks last!
Order your Bak Kwa delivery today! Don’t miss out!
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– Download the Page Advisor App www.pageadvisor.com/download/
– Launch the Page Advisor App
– Set your location to “Singapore”
– Select “Promotion” – Click on the banner below “Singapore”
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Do you have other delicious ways of using leftover bak kwa? Share them with us in the comments below.