Staying home doesn’t mean Mother’s Day celebrations have to be dim. Whip up dishes from the heart for any and every type of mum with these quality recipes that we’ve gathered from around the world.
For the mum who loves dim sum
A trip to Japan might be a no go, but you can bring the beautiful cherry blossoms to mum in the form of Sui Tang Li’s mouth-watering Cherry Blossom Dumplings. This restaurant at The Middle House is known for its vibrant menu inspired by Cantonese, Sichuan and Shanghainese delicacies. Made with beetroot, asparagus, winter bamboo shoots, mushrooms and shrimp, these Cherry Blossom Dumplings by Chef Tony is the perfect dish to surprise any dim sum-loving mum with.
Don’t stop there – complete the meal with Jing Yaa Tang’s savoury Kung Pao Chicken and Sichuan Beef Noodles.
These recipes from The Opposite House’s one-michelin star restaurant will surely sweep mum off her feet.
For the mum who’s shrimply the best
Mums who love seafood will be absolutely thrilled by this dish – Capella Singapore’s Prawn Aglio Olio is inspired by the traditional pasta dish from the Naples, perfumed with aromatic garlic and olive oil. White wine, cloves of garlic and delicious chicken stock bring this dish to life, and is certain to convey your heart for mum.
For the mum with a sweet tooth
This Secret Pancake Recipe from Feast (Food by EAST) at EAST, Beijing is perfect for brunch or breakfast in bed. Taken straight from Feast’s award-winning brunch spread, this recipe boasts ingredients such as rum, bananas and strawberries for the ultimate pancake stack. Or if you’re looking for dessert to finish things off on a sweet note, Singita’s indulgent Double-Baked Flourless Chocolate Meringue Cake, or Feast at EAST, Hong Kong’s Raspberry Butter Cake made with fresh raspberries and jam is sure to seal the deal.