For this third and final instalment of my Tapau With Tupperware review, I experimented using the Noodle Holder for my breaded fish. The coffeeshop near my home sells really good western-style dishes, and I would often buy back a couple of their fish fillets on days I don't feel like cooking.
The challenge in buying back breaded fish is that you want to keep it warm but still crispy. This was what I did:
I placed the fish fillet in the Noodle Holder and put on the cover ...
... but opened the vent cap. So, even though the cover was on, the steam from the piping hot fish could escape. This prevented the breaded fish from becoming soft and soggy. Similarly, the perforated Noodle Holder allowed circulation within the container, so that the bottom of the fillet also kept crispy. Pretty nifty, huh?
I tore a few chunks to try after taking these photos, and indeed, it really was warm and crisp. Taste test: Pass!
On the whole, I had a favourable experience using this Tupperware Tapau Set. The Noodle Holder, in particular, is a brainwave. Me like! Do check out my previous 2 Tupperware posts here and here. Remember, BYO is ECO!
This post is sponsored by Tupperware Singapore. The opinions expressed are 100% mine. No photos or text may be reproduced without seeking prior permission. For more information on the Tupperware Tapau Set, please visit their website here. All information provided is accurate as of press time.
The Tupperware Tapau Set retails at S$49. Here are contacts if you want to purchase it in Singapore:
Bukit Batok 93685252
City, Maxwell Road 98420690
Jurong East 96172683
Toa Payoh 96335008