S’pore man creates V-Day Japanese pancake using instant noodles & canned food
True love in the time of coronavirus.
Some couples may be hesitant to spend their Valentine’s Day in public because of the coronavirus outbreak.
But one Leslie Koh has the perfect romantic solution for such couples.
Especially if they have stocked up on non-perishables like instant noodles and canned food, as well as toilet paper following the announcement of DORSCON (Disease Outbreak Response System Condition) level Orange.
Love in the time of coronavirus
On Feb. 12, Koh put up a Facebook post to share a “one-of-a-kind” Valentine’s Day experience for fellow Singaporeans: A Singapore-style maggi okonomiyaki (Japanese savoury pancake).
The recipe mainly calls for non-perishables that one would probably have after going to the supermarket last Friday:
- Instant noodles
- Canned button mushrooms
- Luncheon meat
But wouldn’t be complete without:
- Cheese slices
Here’s the easy-to-follow recipe:
And here’s the finished product.
Toilet paper for decor
But wait, that’s not all.
To make the dining experience an even more special one, Koh used pieces of toilet paper to mimic a white table cloth that fancy restaurants would have.
Top image from Leslie Koh’s Facebook page.