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A Beginner’s Guide to Meal Prep

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Meal prepping saves time, is more efficient, and reduces the temptation to deviate from your meal plan, whether you are on a diet or budget. It enables you to enjoy home-cooked meals without hassle each time you want to have a good meal, especially when cooking every day isn’t an option. When it comes to meal prepping, it’s a good idea to fill your pantry or freezer with staple foods such as EB Frozen Food like prawn paste, fried wontons, crab stick roll, fish strips and more.

Here’s your beginner’s guide to meal prepping. Read on to find out.

Step 1: Decide on the best method of preparation for you

Depending on your schedule, the type of meals you like to prepare in advance, and your cooking style, one or more of these meal-prep methods may work best for you.

Complete meals: Cooking complete meals ahead of time and reheating them at mealtimes (such as a pot of soup) provides a quick fix if you have limited time to prepare meals during the week.

Batch cooking/freezing: Batch cooking is dividing and freezing a meal into several batches for future meals. For instance, you could double a soup recipe or cook extra rice to freeze and use in the next couple of weeks or months.

Individually portioned meals: Preparing foods and portioning them into individual servings is an excellent choice for individuals with specific health goals or who like the convenience of grab-and-go meals. Salads in jars and overnight oats in single-serving containers come to mind.

Ready-to-cook ingredients: If you prefer to prepare meals just before serving, prepping ingredients ahead of time saves time in the kitchen, which is particularly helpful on a busy workday. For instance, you chop onions, peppers and chilli and keep them beforehand.

Step 2: Develop a Strategy

After deciding which type of meal prep you will benefit from the most, make a plan to help you stay organized. Keep the following in mind as you plan your meals and preparations:

Choose a meal: If you wish to improve the efficiency of your morning routine, making smoothie packs will save you time in the morning. Also, make meals that you can quickly reheat if you don’t have time to prepare throughout the week due to a busy schedule.

Reliable recipes: Stick to tried-and-true recipes while planning and preparing your meal, with one or two new ones thrown in for variety. Keeping things simple will save you time.
A pot of brown rice, a couple of golden fish strips or chicken rolls, and a tray of roasted vegetables may be used to create anything from rice bowls to fried rice to salads if you’re short for ideas.

Plan your preparations: Setting aside some time for actual preparation is essential. Make a realistic prep plan and consider dinner preparation on the same day you go food shopping.

Step 3: Make a shopping list and go out to the store

It’s time to create a grocery list now that you’ve settled on a meal. However, before you rush to the store, check around your kitchen.

To make meal planning simpler, stock your pantry with a variety of essential items like dried herbs and spice blends, as well as shelf-stable healthy grains like brown rice and quinoa. Low-sodium canned beans and broth, fridge staples like eggs and precooked chicken sausage, and a few frozen chicken snacks (like chicken rolls and crispy chicken wontons) can quickly transform prepared ingredients into meals.

Make a more detailed shopping list: You can browse the grocery store with a list organized by department. Keep note of the items you use every week, such as olive oil, onions, and rice, and add them to your shopping list as required.

Make sure you have enough containers: Depending on your week’s plans, you’ll need a range of storage containers, including glass and plastic containers with lids, as well as zip-top storage and freezer bags.

Step 4: Preparation and Storage

Make the most of your time by beginning with the dishes that will take the longest to prepare. Prepare the first-to-cook ingredients and preheat the oven. For grains that need longer to cook, such as farro or brown rice, bring water to a boil.

Prepare the onions for both recipes at the same time and divide them as needed if the same ingredient is used in both, such as chopped onions. To prevent having to wash your cutting board between operations, cut food that will be consumed raw first, then stuff that will be cooked. Always use a clean cutting board and utensils after preparing raw proteins like meat or poultry.

If cut veggies like onions and peppers are stored in sealed containers, they may be maintained in the refrigerator for two to three days. For example, chopped carrots and winter squash will keep for at least four days. Greens and lettuce may be stored in the refrigerator for a week after being washed, dried, and refrigerated. Vegetables, cereals, meat, poultry, fish, or egg dishes should be eaten within three to four days after preparation and warmed to 165°F before serving.

If done correctly, soups, chilis, casseroles, and cooked grains may be frozen for future meals. During those crazy busy weeks, there’s nothing more gratifying than pulling a ready-to-reheat meal from the freezer!

Allow soups and cooked grains to cool to room temperature (within 2 hours) before storing them in quart-size plastic containers or zip-top freezer bags.

Allow for expansion when the food freezes by leaving an inch at the top of the containers. Label and date containers to remind you to eat frozen foods within three to six months. Reheat to a cooking temperature of 165°F when ready to serve. 

In a Nutshell

You’ll discover a meal prepping method that works best for you with a bit of practice as a beginner. Whether you’re preparing ingredients for a single meal, packing work lunches for the week, or creating a double batch of chilli to freeze for next month, meal preparation always pays off if you have staple ingredients always available. So get started now and get all you need from your frozen food supplier! For more information, feel free to get in touch with us.

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Easy DIY steamboat (hot pot) at home!

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DIY Steamboat

One of the most fun ways to spend time with friends and family is to enjoy a steamboat together. All you will need is a nice pot of stock and whatever toppings you like. Seafood, meat, veggies, and noodles are just a few of the options. Some of these ingredients can be bought from your local frozen food supplier.

In this post, you will learn an easy DIY steamboat you can cook at home.

There’s nothing as delicious as a pot of hot, simmering soup with a variety of fresh ingredients. Soup stock for steamboat comes in a variety of flavours, but the most basic hot pot series just requires a delicious chicken broth.

How to make your chicken broth?


  • Bones from 1 chicken
  • 6 cloves of crushed garlic
  • Ginger
  • 1 bunch spring onions
  • 1 chicken stock cube
  • Ground white pepper 
  • Water enough to cover everything

Bring all of the ingredients to a boil, then reduce the heat. Allow for a half-hour to an hour of simmering time. To keep the soup clear, skim off the grey froth (scum) on top with a ladle. The soup will be more flavorful if you use more bones. When it’s done, strain it into your steamboat pot, discarding the bones and vegetables.

Fresh seafood, thinly sliced chicken or beef, assorted vegetables, noodles, wontons, and dipping sauces are usually included in a basic steamboat menu. To have a nice steamboat, you don’t need a lot of variety; just a few good ingredients would suffice. In general, more seafood results in a sweeter broth in the end, whereas meats result in a richer flavour.

Using large chunks of protein that require a long time to cook, such as bone-in chicken and beef, or whole fish, is a major no-no for steamboat. To cook in a minute, the proteins must be boneless and finely sliced.

Seafood platters are simple but delicious. Fish balls are a must-have, and prawns will sweeten the broth. Squid and tenggiri fish slices will cook in less than a minute. If you want to mess about with shells, crabs are an option. There should be no seasoning on any of these. The soy sauce will provide the flavour.


Delicious ingredients to create an aesthetically appealing, delicious, and nutritious hot pot series

1. Small Leaf Prawn Paste

The delicious Small Leaf Prawn Paste is made from a big chunk of high-quality prawn meat. Enjoy a smooth and light springy texture with preserved prawn taste. It’s perfect for a steamboat as you can just pop them into the steamboat as soon as they leave the fridge. Yes, defrost is not necessary. 

EB My Daun Prawn Paste
Fish Roe Lucky Bag

2. Fish Roe Lucky Bag

The lucky bag shape of Fish Roe Lucky Bag is truly enticing! On the outside, the lucky bag outer skin is made with Non-GMO soybean; on the inside, it is filled with premium surimi and fish roe, making it a perfect choice for a DIY steamboat.

3. Flower Cheese Tofu

Cheese chunks abound in the EB Food Flower Cheese tofu. This unique flower shape cheese tofu is truly one of its kind. As attractive as it seems, when included in your steamboat, each mouthful delivers mouthwatering blasts of cheesy flavour that will leave you wanting more.

Flower Cheese Tofu
Fried Fish Ball (Small) 500g

4. Fried Fish Ball

EB Food golden-brown fried fish balls taste smooth and tender, and it is a perfect match for steamboats with different soup bases, be it the one with a mild or spicy flavour. The scrumptious fried fish ball come in two sizes — big or small — for your personal preferences.

5. Fish Bean Curd Roll

The silky and flavorful fish paste in the fish bean curd roll is carefully enveloped in excellent bean curd skin. It’s a delectable dish that might easily become your all-time favourite steamboat dish.

6. Lobster Ball

Premium fish flesh and delectable fish roe are used to make lobster balls. Springy texture with a lightly sweet flavour, a combination that elevates the basic components to new heights of seafood delicacy.

Lobster Ball 500g

7. Cooked Fish Ball

The cooked fish ball is composed of excellent surimi and has a mild flavour and bouncy texture, making it ideal for any soup, particularly steamboat.

kyoto Yuba

8. Kyoto Yuba

Kyoto Yuba is one of the best choices for steamboats. Made with carefully selected Non-GMO soybean, Kyoto Yuba is rich in soy aroma and it reminds you of the authentic taste of Japanese cuisine. It is an easy and convenient choice for steamboats since soaking is not required.

9. Fried Bean Curd Sheet

The fried bean curd sheet gives you a mouthful of soybean aroma and crispiness. Handmade with high-quality non-GMO soybean, this steamboat companion contains no cholesterol and trans-fat — a perfect choice for health-conscious people. 

10. Fish Sandwich

The bouncy quality of the fresh fish sandwich makes it delectable and lip-smacking. It goes well with a steamboat.

Fish Sandwich
Seaweed Yuba

11. Seaweed Yuba

Seafood yuba is produced with high-protein yuba and nutrient-dense seaweed. It’s a must-have for every steamboat recipe.

12. Shishamo

EB Food Shishamo is full of fish roe that is rich in protein and relatively low in calories. Comes in the shape of little cute fish, it provides a broad range of beneficial nutritional characteristics to our body.


13. Steamboat 5 in 1

EB Food Steamboat 5 in 1 is a perfect choice for small families. It comes with five different items in a single pack for greater convenience and enjoyment. These five unique steamboat must-haves are cheese tofu, fish sandwich, seafood tofu, fish balls, and seafood beancurd rolls. 

steamboat 5 in 1

Bringing All Together

Assemble all of the fresh ingredients in one place. Place them on a plate after cutting and slicing them.

The fresh ingredients will be placed next to the hot pot, and each person (friends and family) will be given a bowl and chopsticks to enjoy the dinner.

Bring the soup (chicken broth) to a boil, then add the other ingredients bit by bit. Vegetables come first, followed by meat, seafood, fish balls, cheese tofu, shishamo, fish bean curd rolls, lobster balls, etc.

Cook the fresh ingredients in batches; it will take an average of 2-3 rounds to use up all of the fresh ingredients.

Slowly scoop up the cooked food and soup with a ladle, eat, and add more to the soup as the ingredients in the pot finish.

You can use soy sauce for the dipping sauce. Cut chillies or chilli oil can be added to the soy sauce if you prefer it spicy.

In a Nutshell

EB Frozen Food has all of the ingredients listed above, as well as a variety of fish balls. The fish balls come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and they may be combined to create a visually attractive steamboat. Get all these enticing and yummy ingredients from your local frozen food supplier. For more information, feel free to get in touch with us.

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10 Ways to Add Prawn Paste to Your Cooking

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EB my daun prawn paste

The EB Food prawn paste is made from large chunks of high-quality prawn meat. Every bite has a smooth and light texture with a prawn flavour that has been preserved. It can stand alone as a dish, complement other ingredients, or be blended into various dishes.  

In this post, we are pleased to reveal to you ten ways to add EB Food prawn paste to your cooking, which will please your taste buds and those of your friends and family. Without further ado, let’s get started!


1. Claypot Yee Mee


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (10 pieces)
  • 2 tbsp of Water
  • 100g of Chicken Bones


  • ¼ tsp Salt 
  • Black Pepper 
  • Yee Mee  
  • Vegetable 
  • 1 Onion, finely sliced 


1. Add in water and chicken bones into a soup pot

2. Add in salt and black pepper 

3. Bring to boil on slow fire

4. When it is ready, separate the chicken bones from the chicken stock using a sieve 

5. It’s time to make prawn stock

6. Pop out 10 pieces of EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary) into 400ml of water into the soup pot

7. Add in a teaspoon of salt and black pepper 


8. Bring to boil on slow fire

9. When it is ready, separate EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the prawn stock using a sieve 

10. Place Yee Mee into a claypot

11. Add in vegetable and the cooked EB My Daun Prawn Paste 

12. Pour in the chicken and prawn stock

13. Sprinkle some spring onions (optional)

14. It is ready to be served

2. Merah My Daun Prawn Paste


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (10 pieces)
  • 1 tbsp Cooking Oil
  • Blended Garlic
  • 1 Onion, finely sliced
  • 1 Ginger, finely sliced
  • Blended Dried Chillies
  • Sliced Lemongrass
  • Tomato Paste
  • ½ tsp Brown Sugar 
  • ¼ tsp Salt
  • Coconut Milk
  • Chilli Sauce
  • Plum Sauce
  • 2 tbsp of Water
  • Spring Onions
Masak Merah My Daun Prawn Paste


1. Heat up the pan and add in the cooking oil

2. Sauté onions until they turn brown 

3. Add in blended garlic, onion and ginger

4. Add in a teaspoon of blended dried chillies and mix well

5. Add in sliced lemongrass

6. Add in tomato paste and a teaspoon of brown sugar and salt 


7. Add in 3 tablespoons of coconut milk

8. Add in a teaspoon of chilli sauce, plum sauce and water

9. Let it simmer for one minute

10. Pop out 10 EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary) 

11. Cook for 2 – 3 minutes

12. Add in spring onions

13. It is ready to be served

3. Stir-Fried Prawn Paste


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1pck)
  • 1 Onion, finely sliced 
  • Chillies
  • 1 tbsp Cooking Oil


  • 2 tbsp of Water
  • ¼ tsp Salt
  • Fish Sauce 
  • Button Mushrooms 


1. Pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary)  onto a pan

2. Add in water 

3. Bring it to boil on slow fire

4. When it is ready, take out My Daun Prawn Paste from the water and place them on a plate

5. Place onions and chillies into a blender


 6. Heat up your pan and add in the cooking oil

7. Add in the blended onions and chillies

8. Cook for one minute and add in button mushrooms

9. Add in water, salt and fish sauce

10. Finally, pour everything onto EB Food My Daun Prawn Paste

11. It is ready to be served 

4. Udang Masam Manis Pedas Resepi Mudah


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1pck)
  • 1 tbsp Cooking Oil
  • 3 cloves of Garlic, minced
  • Blended Dried Chillies
  • Tomato Sauce 
  • Oyster Sauce


  • 2 tbsp of Water
  • ¼ tsp of Salt
  • ½ tsp Sugar
  • 1 Onion, finely sliced
  • Sliced Tomatoes 
  • Spring Onions 
  • Sliced Capsicum


1. Heat up the pan and add in the cooking oil

2. Sauté onions and add the garlic

3. Add in a teaspoon of blended dried chillies

4. Mix well

5. Add in two tablespoons of tomato sauce and chilli sauce, and one tablespoon of oyster sauce

6. Add water and stir well

7. Add in a pinch of salt and sugar 


8. Add in sliced capsicum and onion

9. Add in the mixture of water and cornflour to make the gravy thicker

10. Bring the gravy to boil

11. Pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary) into the gravy

12. Stir for 2 – 3 minutes

13. Add in sliced tomatoes and spring onion

14. It is ready to be served

5. Maggie with Prawn Paste and Egg

Maggie with Prawn Paste and Egg


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1pck)
  • 1 1⁄2 cups (350 ml) of water
  • 70 g packets of Maggi noodle
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup (50 g) of grated cheese
  • Ground pepper to taste


1. Pour water into a soup pot

2. Bring the water to a boil in a soup pot

3. Once boiling, pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary) into the pot and cook for 1-2 mins

4. Add in a pack of instant noodles and seasoning and cook for 2-3 mins

5. Add egg into the pot with the cooked noodles (optional)

6. Keep stirring until the egg is completely cooked and scrambled into the noodles

7. Stir in cheese and it’s ready to serve!


6. Seaweed Soup


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1pck)
  • ½ sheet of Chinese dried seaweed – cut into pieces
  • 1 MSG or organic stock cube
  • 5 cups of water
  • 1 block of silken tofu – diced
  • Marinade ingredients
  • 1 tsp of fried shallot or garlic oil
  • ¾ tbsp of light soy sauce
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1.5 tsp cornstarch
  • 2 to 3 dashes of pepper
Seaweed Soup


1. Pour water into a soup pot

2. Bring the water to a boil in a soup pot

3. Pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary) into the pot

4. Cover the lid and let it boil for 3-5 minutes 

5. Add seaweed just before turning off the flame

6. Garnish with chopped spring onions and/or coriander and serve hot

7. Sambal Udang


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1 pck)
  • 3 tablespoons oil
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 tablespoons tamarind pulp, mixed with 1/2 cup water and strained
  • 3 kaffir lime leaves, sliced thinly
  • 2 teaspoons salt or to taste
  • 1 teaspoons sugar or to taste

Spice Paste

  • 10 dry red chillies, deseeded
  • 10 shallots, peeled
  • 30 g (1 oz.) belacan


1. Using a mortar and pestle or a food processor, pound the spice paste. Set aside.

2. In a wok, heat the cooking oil. Stir in the spice paste until fragrant.

3. Pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray and cook for another 2-3 minutes, depending on their size.

4. Bring the water and tamarind juice to a fast boil. Combine the kaffir lime leaves, salt, and sugar in a mixing bowl. Remove the dish from the oven and serve immediately.

8. Tomato Spaghetti with Prawn Paste in Tomato Sauce

Tomato Spaghetti with Prawn Paste in Tomato Sauce


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1 pck)
  • 1tbs vegetable oil
  • 700g beef mince
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 tbsp tomato paste
  • 400g tomato
  • 50g butter
  • 1 tsp garlic
  • Spaghetti


1. Pour water into a soup pot

2. Bring the water to a boil in a soup pot

3. Once boiling, add in spaghetti 

4. Cover the lid and let it boil for 15 minutes 

5. When it is ready, drain the spaghetti using a sieve. 

6. Place the spaghetti on an empty plate  

7. Pour water into a soup pot

8. Bring the water to a boil in a soup pot

9. Pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray

10. Cover the lid and let it boil for 3-5 minutes  


11. When it is ready, separate the prawn paste from the water using a sieve

12. Place the prawn paste onto the spaghetti 

13. Heat up the frying pan and add oil to the pan

14. Once it gets hot, add salt, pepper and brown onions 

15. Cook for 3 minutes. Keep stirring

16. Add the onion for 1-2 minutes

17. Add the garlic and tomato paste  

18. Leave it to cook for 20 minutes. Stir it occasionally

19. When it is ready, pour it onto the spaghetti and prawn paste

9. Prawn Paste Curry


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1 pck)
  • 2 tbsp curry paste 
  • 1 onion, finely sliced
  • Ginger
  • Garlic
  • Coconut cream 
  • 400g chopped tomatoes 
  • Coriander leaves and stalks chopped (optional)


1. In a medium saucepan, heat the oil. Cook for a few minutes until the onion and ginger have softened. 

2. Cook for another minute after adding the curry paste. Pour chopped tomatoes and coconut cream over the top. 

3. Bring to a boil, then reduce to low heat and leave to simmer for 5 minutes, thinning with a little boiling water if the mixture becomes too thick.

4. Pop-out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray (defrost not necessary) and cook for another 2-3 minutes. Serve with plain rice and a sprinkling of chopped coriander, if desired.

10. Steam Prawn Paste & Oyster Sauce


  • EB My Daun Prawn Paste (1 pck)
  • 1 egg tofu, sliced into 10 pieces
  • 3 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1 tbsp cooking oil


  • ½ tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp cornstarch
  • 2 tbsp of water
  • 1/2 tbsp oyster sauce
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce


1. Pop out EB My Daun Prawn Paste from the tray and steam for about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare the sauce.

2. Combine sugar, cornstarch, oyster sauce, soy sauce, and water in a mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly to make the sauce.

3. Heat 1 tbsp oil over medium-high heat. Fry the garlic until fragrant. Season with salt and pepper and continue to cook until the sauce thickens. Pour the sauce over the prawn paste. Serve immediately!

In a Nutshell

If you prefer the DIY route you could make prawn paste at home after buying fresh prawns from a market that sells frozen shrimp or prawn products. For hassle-free yummy cooking, go for EB My Daun Prawn Paste, which helps shorten your cooking time and lets you enjoy your favourite food effortlessly. Get the delicious EB My Daun Prawn Paste from your nearest frozen food supplier or your local supermarkets! 


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15 Quick and Easy Snack Ideas When Working from Home

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Snack Ideas When Working from Home

A snack is never far away when you work from home (especially if your kitchen table is also your work table). Time management is essential as you work via Zoom meetings and phone conversations while attempting to fit in some family time. Snacks might assist you with time management because they’re simple to prepare and can keep you filled until your next meal.

We’re not talking about sweet, calorie-dense foods that cause you to gain weight. Some of the quick and easy snacks and freezer staples you can consume without being away from your work desk for too long. 

In this post, we are pleased to present to you some simple snack ideas to keep you occupied when working from home.

1. Seafood Bean Curd Rolls

Surimi mixture with superior bean curd skin is wrapped in a roll to make this tasty snack. It has a flavorful and fragrant taste that goes well with steamboat. This crunchy, delectable, and petite snack is a must-have if you need something to munch on while working from home. It includes all nine necessary amino acids and is high in protein. It’s also a good source of iron and calcium and the minerals manganese, phosphorus, and omega-3 fatty acids. 

2. Nuts

Dry fruits may be used as a snack and beneficial to a healthy metabolism and appetite suppression. As a result, a nutritional intake of dry fruits and nuts is required. So, even if you work from home, be sure to include almonds, dates, and dried grapes, as well as two or three cashews. Nuts provide several health benefits. Weight reduction may also be aided by consuming a tiny amount of nuts each day. 

3. Fish Bean Curd Rolls

The fish bean curd roll’s smooth and flavorful fish paste is gently enveloped in outstanding bean curd skin. It has the potential to become your all-time favourite steamboat ingredient. This crunchy and juicy fish bean curd roll is so delicious that each mouthful will leave you craving for more. This snack is also a perfect ingredient for steamboat. 

4. Shishamo

EB Food Shishamo is made with fish roe, which is high in protein and low in calories. It provides many nutritional benefits that keep your body healthy. It’s a great snack that keeps you full and stops hunger pangs so you can concentrate on work.


eb frozen food shishamo

5. Lobster Balls

Premium fish meat and delicious fish roe are used to make the Lobster Ball. It has a springy texture and a lightly sweet flavor, elevating the essential components to a new level of seafood deliciousness. This snack is high in protein, DHA, minerals, and vitamins. As you work from home, lobster balls can be a terrific snack. They’re packed with fish flesh and flavor, and they can be steamed rapidly to make delectable nibbles you’ll adore. 

6. Roasted Chickpeas

Roasted chickpeas are nonperishable food rich in protein, fibre, and various vitamins and minerals. Chickpeas provide 5 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein every half cup. Furthermore, they contain the majority of the amino acids your body requires, making their protein superior to that of other legumes. Vacuum Fried Tangy Chickpeas are an incredible pleasure that is both healthy and low in calories. 

7. Crab Stick Rolls

The Crab Stick Roll is a stick-shaped roll made with quality crab sticks and Itoyori fish flesh inside and fresh yuba skin on the outside. It’s a nutritious and addictive snack with a crispy and elastic feel. The Crab Stick Roll has various benefits due to its primary ingredient (Itoyori Surimi), including high protein content, low lipid, extremely low cholesterol, lucid content, quick absorption, and an elastic texture. Snacking on this while you’re at work is a terrific way to keep your mouth occupied. 

Shrimp Wonton Product Packaging

8. Shrimp Wontons

Shrimp is an excellent ingredient for various dishes, and they taste even better in wontons. Fresh whole prawns are used to make EB Food Shrimp Wontons and it comes in a mushroom sachet. It could be a great addition to your hotpot, but the EB Food Shrimp Wonton allows you to be creative. Eat it whatever way you choose, whether it’s as a main course or a snack. Regardless of the way you eat it, it provides you with fantastic nutrients.  

9. Seed Crackers + any dip/spread

Seed crackers are a crisp, delicious, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, paleo, and vegan homemade cracker recipe. They’re made with flax seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, and pumpkin seeds and are perfect for snacking. Seed crackers are a favourite among many health enthusiasts since they’re high in protein and healthy fats. For added flavour, serve with whatever dip or spread you choose, or eat them on their own. 

10. Chicken Rolls

The Cheese Chicken Roll is made with clean diced chicken flesh wrapped in Fuzhuk bean curd skin rich in natural spices and flavoring. The snack is available in three flavors: original, cheese, and salted egg, all of which will pique your interest. This snack may also be served as an exquisite two-person meal or for other special occasions. The cheese filling is delicious and complements the sweet and spicy tastes beautifully. It’s a nutrient-dense snack that’s also visually appealing. 

11. Squid Prawn Cakes

The Squid Prawn Cake comprises deep-sea squid and a large portion of premium prawn meat, all of which are thoroughly wrapped in high-quality crispy breadcrumbs. The snack is tasty and healthful at the same time. It includes a crunchy sandwich bread layer and a savory squid cake layer. The squid prawn cake is bursting with a seafood taste. As you work from home, the squid prawn cake on toast is a fast and enjoyable snack. You may even make a large batch in a short period giving you more time to focus on your work. 

EB Frozen Food Squid Prawn Cake

12. Hard-Boiled Eggs with Avocado

Hard-boiled eggs and creamy avocado slices can be combined in a dish for a highly nutritious and fast lunch that’s high in protein, healthy fats, and fibre. This dish is high in good fats, which will keep you satisfied for many hours. Hard-boiled eggs are abundant in protein and also contain beneficial lipids. Garnish with your favourite toppings and serve. 

13. Tiger Prawn Roll

The outer shell of Tiger Prawns Roll is made using Non-GMO soybean and liberally packed with premium gigantic tiger prawn flesh for this delectable snack. The crispiness and fragrant flavor abound in this snack. Every mouthful provides you with a delightful and enticing experience because of its crispiness and exquisite taste. Its nutrients, in addition to the great flavor, keep you satisfied and healthy. 

EB Frozen Food Cheese Finger

14. Cheese Fingers

The first bite starts with a wonderfully crunchy outside layer, quickly followed by an unexpectedly soft, gooey, and cheesy center. The inner cheese content will melt in your tongue, while the crispy coating provides a delicious bite. It’s an excellent appetizer for gatherings or snacks when you’re at home working. They’re popular as a snack and for adding to fast cheese boards or lunch boxes. You may also prepare them ahead of time and save them for later. 

15. Popcorn

Popcorn is a fibre-rich and protein-rich whole grain snack. The nice part about popcorn is that you can satisfy your hunger with a range of flavors. Popcorns with flavors, ranging from butter to Piri Piri masala, may make your snacking even more enjoyable. Popcorn will not only delight your taste buds as you work from home, but its gluten-free composition will also make it an ideal binge-worthy joy. 

In a Nutshell

These healthy snacks are ideal for munching on while working from home. They’re also simple to make so that they won’t take too much of your working time. Some, particularly those from EB Foods, may be steamed and are perfect for steamboat.

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Quick Weekday Dinner: Shrimp Wonton Noodle Soup

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Quick Weekday Dinner: Shrimp Wonton Noodle Soup

Shrimp Wonton Noodle Soup

This delicious and quick shrimp wonton noodle soup will satisfy your cravings right in your own home. The wonton noodle soup will warm your body and soul with a simple broth made from ginger, sesame, soy, and garlic, as well as well-seasoned wontons.


So, What is Wonton Noodle Soup?

In Chinese cuisine, wonton soup is a favourite. The recipe has been westernized, but the wontons themselves are authentic. While wontons are a form of dumpling, they vary significantly from the traditional dumpling.

The most popular filling for dumplings is a spiced meat mixture with chopped vegetables. But the key filling ingredients in this wonton soup recipe are meat and shrimps.

Drinking noodle soup is the best part of eating this meal! Unlike other types of dumplings, they are usually served with broth. Chicken broth and ginger are commonly used in the broth. The result is a light but flavorful soup that aids in the removal of toxins from the body.

EB Frozen Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning

Shrimp Wonton Packaging

Go for EB frozen Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning to save all the hassle of making your own wonton. EB frozen Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning is made of fresh shrimp from the ocean giving you a taste of the sea.

Comes with a small pack of aromatic mushroom seasoning, this is a perfect choice for those who are looking for a speedy weekday dinner, especially after a long workday. For those who fancy a noodle soup with a different flavour, check out the noodle soup recipe below.

** EB frozen Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning is available at supermarkets and grocery stores where processed seafood products are stocked.


Shrimp Wonton Noodle Soup

Shrimp Wonton Noodle Soup

A Noodle Soup Recipe That Complements EB Frozen Shrimp Wonton
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Course Main Course, Side Dish, Soup
Cuisine Chinese


  • 4 slice ginger
  • 2 clove crushed garlic
  • 2 green onion
  • 2 tbsp fish sauce
  • 3 fresh shiitake mushroom
  • 5 cup chicken stock
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2-4 bok choy or 4 oz. of any veggies you like
  • 2 egg noodles pre-cooked,dried or fresh ones


  • Mix ginger, garlic, green onions, shiitakemushrooms, and chicken stock in a medium-wide pot (for 2 portions). Let itboil; then reduce to medium-low heat and cook for 5 to 10 minutes.
  • In the meantime, cut the bok choy into quarters.
  • Slice the shiitake mushrooms and set them aside.
  • Use soy sauce and fish sauce to season the soup. If you want, you can choose to only include either one.
  • If you're making a big batch or your egg noodles are dried or fresh with a lot of starch, blanch the egg noodles separately in boiling water.
  • After blanching your egg noodles in hot water, cook them for 1 minute in the soup. Place in a serving bowl after removing from the soup.
  • Cook the bok choy, shiitake mushrooms or your favourite veggies in the soup for 2 to 3 minutes, or until it's done to your liking.
  • Taste the soup; season it with salt and pepper if needed.
  • Add in EB Frozen Shrimp Wonton into the soup and cook until it is done. Carefully add 5 wontons per serving to the soup.
  • Pour the soup over the noodles and vegetables that have been cooked and enjoy!
Keyword Shrimp Wonton

In a Nutshell

The Shrimp wonton noodle soup is full of nutritious ingredients that keep you healthy. It can be the ideal weekday dinner for you and your family. We hope the information in this post can help you cook a yummy Shrimp Wonton Noodle Soup.

For more information regarding EB frozen Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning and frozen dim sum, get in touch with EB Frozen Food, your reliable frozen food and dim sum supplier in Malaysia. 

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Why are Frozen Seafood Products a Better Alternative for Busy Moms?

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Why are Frozen Seafood Products a Better Alternative for Busy Moms?

Pregnant Woman buying frozen food and holding a deep-frozen product in a supermarket

Nowadays, people are constantly moving due to a demanding work schedule and family obligations, including moms. One consequence of the busy life is that food may be eaten in a rush.

Usually, with one hand, while the other is used to navigate the vehicle, sending messages on their mobile phone while commuting, or type on their computer while at work and at the same time eating lunch. Busy moms may not have the time to cook family meals.

Fortunately, processed frozen foods can help to reduce more than half of your cooking time, giving you just enough time to whip some healthy meals for you and your family.

Frozen foods are half-cooked meals that are stored for next use in a freezer. Since most of the work is finished, busy moms can heat the food for a few minutes and perhaps add a few ingredients and serve, saving you time and energy.

Freezing is a method of natural preservation and does not require additional preservatives. By freezing, vitamins, minerals, and important nutrients are locked in. Frozen food, therefore, is a real alternative to fresh food, which is just as nutritionally healthy, especially if you have a busy schedule.

EB’s processed frozen seafood products have their nutrients locked in, unlike fresh produce that loses some nutrients during storage over time. In general, the nutrient content of frozen seafood is the same and, in some cases, much greater than that of its fresh counterparts. Generally, the mineral content remains the same as that found in fresh foods.


Why Buy Frozen Seafood?

The best backup choice for busy moms is frozen seafood and vegetables. They can easily be a genuine alternative to fresh food that takes longer preparation and cook time. It’s just as good nutritionally as fresh. Besides, after the day’s work, you need something you can easily cook without adding to the day’s stress.

If you and your family want to have a healthy, nutritious diet but lack time to cook fresh food, it can be a great source of nutrients to have processed frozen seafood products, vegetables, and fruits in your freezer.


Must-have Frozen Seafood for Busy Moms

a. Prawns and Shrimp

An essential addition to any freezer is prawns or frozen shrimp products from EB Frozen Food such as Prawn Paste, Tiger Prawn Roll and Shrimp Wonton.

They don’t take long to defrost and are a flexible ingredient — you can use cold water and hold them in the bag during thawing. It is easy to cook or added to a versatile food. For those who fancy Prawn Paste and Tiger Prawn Roll, the good news is defrosting is not required. In fact, you can directly cook them from frozen giving busy moms great convenience.


Shrimp Wonton Packaging
tiger prawn roll

b) Fish and Crabs

Onboard the ships, commercially captured fish is flash-frozen to hold nutrients, kill parasites and make it last longer. Although white fish can dry out a bit, oily fish such as salmon and tuna freeze well. 

Frozen fish products of EB Frozen Food like the Fried Fish Ball, Crab Nugget, Cooked Fish Ball, or Fish Roe Lucky Bag are easy to thaw and don’t take long to cook. It also is used as an ingredient for versatile foods. When it comes to Fish Roe Lucky Bag, it is made with premium surimi and full of fish roe make this successful combination creates an unprecedented delicacy experience.  

Fish Roe Lucky Bag

c) Finger Food

Finger Food are quick and easy to cook. The Chicken Series is sweet, fragrant, and nutritious — cooked through tender, marinated chicken breast, mushrooms, and scallions. Finger foods like the Crispy Chicken Wonton, Chicken Roll (Cheese), Chicken Roll (Salted Egg), etc., are available on EB Frozen Food. Seafood finger foods like Crab Stick Roll, Fish Chip, Golden Fish Chip, etc., are also available. These fresh and flavorful finger foods are excellent for busy moms; they could double as a main in larger servings and accompanied by side dishes.


crab stick roll
Golden Fish Chip 500g
EB Fried wonton

Using Frozen Seafood

From a food safety point of view, it is critical not to refreeze after the product has been thawed. Most frozen crumbed foods are cooked from frozen, so you don’t have to think ahead. And prawns are quickly thawed by putting cold water in a bowl and then draining in a sieve.

A variety of cooking methods are mentioned on the label. We do not suggest deep or shallow frying, as these methods add a lot of fat and kilojoules unnecessarily. Oven-baking is a better way to cook crumbed products. Stir-fry foods such as prawns.


In a Nutshell

Finally, not only are EB’s frozen seafood products fast and simple to prepare, but they also help reduce food wastage. By using just as much as you need and throwing the rest of your frozen food back in the fridge, you can easily manage your portions, which in turn saves you cash from not having to throw left-overs away. For more information, feel free to get in touch with us.

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11 Easy Dim Sum You Can Make at Home

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11 Easy Dim Sum You Can Make at Home

EB tiger prawn roll dim sum at home

Groups of family and friends traditionally enjoy Dim Sum dishes over long brunches, followed by piping hot teas. Steamed, baked, and fried dumplings, bite-sized meats, steamed buns, spring rolls, rice and noodle meals, and fluffy desserts are among the most common Dim Sum dishes. You can serve them in no particular order, and the fun is to share the various dishes and enjoy a variety of tastes. 

Below are 11 Dim Sum dishes you can make at home:

These dishes can easily be cooked at home, especially when you have all the necessary ingredients in your kitchen. Reach out to your frozen Dim Sum supplier in Malaysia, EB Frozen food to get all the needed ingredients.

1. Tiger Prawn Roll

The Tiger Prawn Roll is generously packed with giant tiger prawn completely covered in crispy bean curd skin made of high soybean protein non-GMO. The fillings are full of fresh tiger prawn meat with a luscious flavour, giving every bite a tasty and flavorful sensation! 

Tiger Prawn Roll 250g

2. Siu Mai (Steamed Dumplings)

At dim sum houses, Siu Mai dumplings are a favourite, and one of the best Chinese dumplings to make at home. The tasty filling of meat, plump pink shrimp, mushrooms, scallions, and ginger is shaped with the top left open to allow the savoury filling within a wonton wrapper to peek out. For quick removal of dumplings, be sure to line your steamer basket with parchment paper.

Golden Crispy Prawn Cake

3. Golden Crispy Prawn Cake

This Golden Crispy Prawn Cake is delicious, made with quality crispy breadcrumbs and generously packed with large chunks of prawn meat and some crunch of water chestnut. The outer skin is made using 100% non-GMO soybean protein, which is so nutritious. It’s easy and convenient to cook from frozen, deep-fry or air-fry to perfect golden colour.

4. Char Siu Bao (Chinese Steamed Buns)

Steamed buns, enclosed in light and fluffy yeast dough, are savoury, sweet, rich barbecued meat, making them a favourite full Dim Sum meal. It is easy to prepare the dough for these Chinese-style meat buns, but ensure that you give enough time for the dough to rise twice. For fast re-heating at mealtime, you can also steam them ahead and freeze.

5. Squid Prawn Cake

For your Dim Sum Series, the Squid Prawn Cake is a healthy choice. It is cooked with deep-sea squid, well combined with a large chunk of premium prawn meat completely covered with crispy breadcrumbs of high quality. These crunchy cakes are nutritious and delicious.

Squid Prawn Cake dim sum

6. Paper-Wrapped Chicken

Sweet, fragrant, and cooked through, tender, marinated chicken breast chunks, mushrooms, and scallions are folded into parchment paper envelopes, and deep-fried. Fry the packets in batches, let the finished packets drain and serve them unopened so that your visitors can enjoy the pleasure of unwrapping this delicious yumminess.

7. Dim Sum Shrimp Toast with Water Chestnuts

Thrill your dim sum guests with scrumptious, open-faced fried shrimp and vegetable sandwiches. To stop them getting soggy when deep-fried, use a crusty bread for this recipe, such as country loaf or French baguette, and pre-bake the bread slices as recommended on the pack. At the top, for a nice presentation, you can add some toasted sesame seeds. 

8. Vegetarian Wontons

Delight vegetarians at your dim sum table with this recipe for delicious, deep-fried veggie wontons that makes enough to serve a crowd. A combination of fluffy mashed tofu and crunchy Chinese vegetables, deep-fried until golden and crispy, is packed with Wonton wrappers. For dipping, serve with soy sauce. 

Shrimp Wonton Product Packaging

9. Shrimp Wontons

The next mouthwatering dim sum is so simple to cook! Made with fresh whole prawn and wrapped in signature wonton pastry, the shrimp wonton tastes tender and juicy and is perfect for this Chinese New year. It comes together with a savoury mushroom seasoning sachet for hassle-free preparation, and is best served when it’s steaming hot!

10. Chinese Sausage Fried Rice

This simple and easy fried rice recipe adds its deeply sweet taste to Chinese sausage, making great use of leftover cooked rice and making a child-pleasing weeknight dish. This nutritious and luscious dish is full of sausage chunks, scrambled eggs, frozen peas, shredded carrot, rice, oyster sauce, and soy sauce. 

11. Har Gow (Chinese Steamed Shrimp Dumplings)

Without these famous steamed shrimp dumplings, no dim sum experience will be complete. Sweet shrimp with mild Chinese vegetables are nestled between transparent wrappers, offering a tease for the senses. When working with the thin, stretchy dough, cover the hands, tools, and work surface with a thin vegetable oil coating to prevent it from sticking.

In a Nutshell

Enjoy these delicious dim sum recipes you can make at home, whether you want to create your own Instagram-worthy dim sum party or create some tasty, nutritious series. Happy eating! 

For more information, feel free to get in touch with us.

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Seaweed Soup With Prawn Paste

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Seaweed Soup With Prawn Paste

Seaweed Soup With Prawn Paste

The seaweed soup with prawn paste is light, healthy, and highly nutritious. It’s very simple to cook and comes with many nutritional benefits. Moreover, there is a surprisingly sweet and yummy taste that comes with a warm seaweed soup. Enjoying this delicious meal with your family during either cold or hot weather.  

Different sources of protein (e.g., chicken, beef, fish, mussels, or tinned tuna) can be cooked with the soup along with light seasoning (salt, pepper, garlic, and sesame oil). When all these ingredients come together, the result is a nutritious soup that is immune-boosting and gut-healing.

High Nutritional Value

Not only is seaweed soup with prawn paste delicious, but it also has high nutritional value. The seaweed contains a lot of unsaturated fatty acids, choline, iron, etc. that lower blood lipids and even clear lung heat and diuresis. They are one of the superfoods of nature and contain a plentiful supply of minerals and nutrients. 

The seaweed is believed to provide an excellent supply of iodine that is necessary for maintaining a healthy thyroid, high in antioxidants and calcium, regulates and purifies our blood, and helps encourage weight loss.

1. How to Get Started

When cooking this soup, you need to use the dried seaweed laver. The most popular variety is the purple laver, which is sold in the processed seafood product section of most grocery stores. It is often branded as “Porphyra,” which is just the formal name.

There are typically four round discs of dried seaweed laver inside the pack. This is the form in which they are naturally dried on a flat surface when laid-out. If 80g of dried seaweed laver is included in your whole kit, each disc should be around 20g.  

Depending on how much soup you want to make, use half to one whole disc. You can either tear it with your fingers or hack it up with a pair of scissors. The dried seaweed laver can be added to the soup directly — pre-soaking is not necessary.

seaweed soup with prawn paste

2. Making Prawn Paste

MY Daun Prawn Paste (Small leaf) 130g

Prawn paste is mainly produced from salt-mixed finely crushed prawns. Put the prawn, salt, onion, pepper, baking powder, tapioca starch, oil, sugar, and white pepper in a blender and blend until the mixture is smooth. The mixture can be kept in the fridge for up to two days.

Of course, this process can be cumbersome for a lot of people who do not have the time, which is why EB Frozen Food has prepared MY Daun Prawn Paste. A must in any freezer staple, MY Daun Prawn Paste are a delightful addition to hotpots, soups or even stir-fries. 

Made by using big chunks of high-quality prawns, these beautiful leaf-shaped prawn paste makes any dish look more appetising. The best part, you can cook it from frozen, no waiting time needed! 

3. Yummy Addition

Another nutrient-dense addition to seaweed soup is eggs. The days when dietary cholesterols were mistaken as the culprit of heart diseases are gone. Eggs, particularly the yolk, contains a wide range of nutrients, including many vitamins that are fat-solvable. Besides the aforementioned nutritious reasons, eggs and seaweed is a yummy combo of soups and Asian recipes. 

Now let’s start cooking! 

Seaweed Soup With Prawn Paste

Seaweed Soup With Prawn Paste

A light, healthy and nurishing meal. Perfect for a quick weekday dinner.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Course Main Course, Side Dish, Soup
Cuisine Chinese


  • 1 packet MY Daun Prawn Paste small leafs
  • 2 pieces Seaweed add more for a stronger taste
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp White Pepper Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Sesame Oil
  • 2 cups Water
  • 1 tbsp Chives chopped finely


  • Whip the eggs into a liquid, shred the seaweed into small pieces and chop the green part of the chive finely.
  • Fry the eggs, cut them into shreds
  • Rinse the seaweed well and set aside
  • Heat water in a pot until it boils. Reduce the flame and add the prawn paste and cook over low heat.
  • Add the seaweed, the egg slices, salt and white pepper powder pepper. 
  • Let it boil for 5-10 mins until the flavours mingle.
  • Add sesame oil, and chives before serving. Enjoy with rice or on it's own!
Keyword MY Daun Prawn Paste
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10 Tips for Handling Frozen Food

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Did you know that at 10°C, a temperature lower than room temperature, bacteria on your food can double every fifteen minutes? Therefore, ensuring that your frozen foods are being appropriately handled across all stages, from buying to storage and thawing, will prevent bacteria from breeding in your kitchen. 

When it comes to frozen foods, it is essential to know proper handling methods to ensure freshness. The appropriate handling of your frozen foods in the kitchen is vital to protect it from any contamination. Here are ten tips for handling frozen food. 

1. When shopping, leave the frozen foods until the end

When shopping for frozen foods in the mall, leave them until the end of your shopping to add it to your trolley so that it doesn’t start defrosting. When you get home, cook it right away or store it in the freezer immediately.

2. Transport frozen foods using the appropriate measures

If possible, transport frozen foods from the market to your home using a cool box. Other materials such as padded cool bags, fleece jackets, or fleece blankets are also ideal. In addition, make sure that your frozen products are tightly packed.

3. Abide by the manufacturer's instructions

Carefully read and understand the manufacturer’s cooking and handling instructions for the frozen foods to ensure that it retains its best quality.

4. Leave the food in its packaging when defrosting

When thawing, leave the food in its packaging to avoid cross-contamination and stop the food from drying out. For instance, chicken juices shouldn’t come in contact with other foods.

5. Defrost according to the manufacturer's instructions

Some frozen foods can be cooked as soon as you bring them out from the freezer without thawing. For instance, EB Frozen Food’s star product, Small Leaf Prawn Paste allows you to cook from frozen. If thawing is needed, ensure that you follow the manufacturer’s instructions to get the best out of it.

6. Vegetables should be blast frozen

Frozen vegetables are healthy. After harvesting, they are blast frozen immediately while all the vitamins and other nutrients are still intact. Blast freezing your vegetables will retain its nutrients for a long time. Fresh vegetables often lose their nutrients during long transportation routes. When they’re frozen, the valuable nutrients remain intact. Therefore, ensure that you keep your freshly bought vegetables frozen if you aren’t going to use them immediately.

7. Store food in small portions for easy thawing

Take out only the required amount of frozen food you need to eat at a time. When buying and storing food in the freezer, ensure that your food is split into smaller portions, enough to satisfy you per serving, to make thawing easier later.

8. Heat frozen foods thoroughly before eating

If you still have some leftover from a meal cooked with frozen food, it can be frozen and defrosted at another time. However, ensure that you heat the food thoroughly before eating.

9. Thaw your food by refrigeration

When defrosting your frozen food items, take it out from the freezer and allow it to defrost slowly in the refrigerator. The coldness from the frozen food will be absorbed by the fridge, thereby helping you save energy. Defrosting food in the refrigerator also slows down the formation of bacteria due to low temperatures. 

However, keep in mind that defrosting food in the refrigerator takes longer than defrosting at room temperature. Therefore, if you’re going to allow your food to defrost slowly in the refrigerator, do it long before you start cooking.

10. Ensure that the packaging is sealed tightly

When you freeze your food, make sure that the packaging is sealed tightly. When buying frozen foods from the supermarket, check to ensure that the packaging is sealed thoroughly to avoid freezer burn.

In a Nutshell

Finally, when it comes to meat, ensure that you heat it immediately after thawing. Moreover, do not thaw frozen foods by dunking them in the sink or bowl of water. 

If you have limited time for thawing, use a microwave. Again, cook immediately after thawing with a microwave. To know more about your favorite frozen foods in Malaysia, including halal frozen food, feel free to get in touch with us.

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8 Must-Have Ingredients In Your Freezer

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Ingredients In Your Freezer

Having a freezer stocked up with foods and ingredients enables us to put dinner on the table quickly on a busy night. A full freezer also guarantees mealtime solutions when you’re running out of fresh items. Here are eight must-have ingredients in your freezer. These ingredients are delicious, affordable, and easy to cook. Check them out!

1. Frozen Dim Sum

Cooking Dim Sum is quite a labour-intensive and complicated process, which would require both professional and home chefs to prepare a diversity of wrappers and fillings found in a complete dish. Instead of going through all that trouble, keep frozen Dim Sum in your freezer and cook when needed. The Dim sum series of EB Food includes several kinds of dishes such as Squid Prawn Cake, Tiger Prawn Roll, Golden Crispy Prawn Cake, and more.

Golden Crispy Prawn Cake

2. Fruits and Vegetables

Having frozen fruits and veggies in your freezer offers numerous benefits. Since fruits and vegetables are picked at their prime and frozen within the shortest time possible, they retain most of their flavour and nutrients, ensuring a healthy meal for you at all times. 

Ensure that you have a range of veggies always available in your freezer, from peas to spinach and broccoli. Depending on the recipe, you may not have to thaw them before use. Fruits such as blueberries and strawberries are also must-haves in your freezer. They can be blended into smoothies for a healthy breakfast.

3. Whole-Grain Bread

Bread products like wraps and hamburger buns can freeze well. Slices of bread can go from freezer to toast without any problem. So if you find yourself with leftover bread, you can preserve it in the freezer. They are better kept in the freezer than in the refrigerator. Frozen bread doesn’t take too long to defrost—a couple of minutes will do, depending on the temperature.

4. My Daun Prawn Paste

My Daun Prawn Past can be a whole dish or a complementary ingredient. It is a must-have in your freezer. My Daun Prawn Paste is made from a big chunk of high-quality prawn meat. As you bury your teeth into this delicious meal, you get a smooth and crunchy texture with a preserved prawn taste. My Daun Prawn Paste can be cooked frozen. As you remove it from the freezer, it can be cooked in your favourite soup without thawing. Best served with instant noodles and hotpot.

MY Daun Prawn Paste (Small leaf) 130g

5. Sausages

Storing some pre-cooked or smoked sausages in your freezer means that a delicious dinner is just around the corner. Sausages defrost quickly and add a salty, smoky flavour to a simple pasta or soup meal. Many other delicious dishes can be cooked with sausages.

6. Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough

Pizza is one of the easiest meals you can cook in your kitchen using all your favourite toppings combinations. If you love pizza, having the dough always available in your freezer will ensure a faster cooking time. All you need to do is to remove the pizza dough from the freezer and allow it to thaw in the fridge 24 hours before use.

7. Soups, Stews, Chilis, or Sauces

These are the easiest freezer meals and condiments. All you need to do is heat and eat or toss with pasta. The next time you want to make soup, stew, chilli, or sauce, make a big batch so that you can preserve some in the freezer for subsequent use.

8. Dumplings

Dumplings are hearty and easy to cook — in just a couple of minutes, they are ready to be served. They taste fantastic when steamed or pan-fried. They can be served with some vegetables for dinner or added to broth and noodles to make a hearty soup. Dumplings can freeze beautifully so be sure to store them in the freezer for future use.

In a Nutshell

The above ingredients are must-haves in your freezer. Having these foods stored in your freezer will help reduce the cooking time. A tip to storing food in the freezer is to store it when it’s still in excellent condition. The intent is to keep the food at its best instead of freezing it as it’s about to go off. For more freezer favourites, feel free to explore our wide range of products. Happy cooking! 

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