Singapore Airlines (SIA) cabin crew might be known for their service excellence and impeccable grooming, but did you know that some of them are quite the food connoisseurs as well? After all, they have been to many parts of the world, and exposed to various cultures much more than the average twice-yearly traveller – pre-covid, of course. So when it comes to travel and food recommendations, you can safely trust them on that.
With Covid-19 still lurking, there’s no sight as to when unbridled leisure travel might resume. To make up for your missed holiday(s), you could binge watch K-dramas or Netflix, watch free international musicals online, or go for 101 virtual museum tours, but don’t forget about ~food~ – it is, after all, a key part of every travel experience.
Here, four SIA cabin crew put forth their favourite tried-and-tested recipes that are inspired by their travels. Featuring Middle Eastern Shakshuka, Cantonese-style pan-fried tofu with prawns, Sydney-inspired energy balls, and Japan-influenced turmeric chicken, these dishes – complete with wine pairing suggestions, if you wish – may very well satisfy your wanderlust and cravings at the same time.