With restricted entries at wet markets and the added hassle of providing particulars, it’s a good time to make the switch to some of the best online vendors for meat delivery in Singapore. Shop online for a whole chicken, marinated pork belly and chilled Angus beef ribeye among many other cuts.
And you don’t have to go all gourmet with your buys. We’ve included some easy one-pot meals — a 15-minute pork belly pasta anyone? — that you can whip up at home!
Go-to sellers for fresh meat delivery in Singapore
1. Hen Tick
Fancy having ribeye for dinner? Then you need to check out the variety of premium beef cuts on Hen Tick! From fresh beef tenderloin and striploin to quality ribeye, indulge in the high-quality cuts available. We recommend you try one of the most tender beef cuts — NZ Riverlands Angus Beef Ribeye (available on Hen Tick). With generous marbling throughout, this juicy steak is sure to please your palate. Alternatively, browse Hen Tick’s selection of frozen cuts so you can keep your meat fresher for longer. Their wide range of fresh meat cuts makes Hen Tick one of the go-to sellers for online meat delivery in Singapore!
2. Tasty Food Affair
Run out of ideas to marinate your meat? Leave it to the experts at The Tasty Food Affair to make sure your meat is delivered fresh and full of flavour! With sauces such as cajun, spicy Korean and BBQ, the kitchen team marinates your choice of meats upon order confirmation so you can be assured of its high standards and freshness. With ready-to-cook options such as marinated boneless chicken chop and marinated pork belly (both available on Tasty Food Affair), all you have to do is simply pop them into an air fryer and you’ll be ready to go. If the marinated meat section was your go-to in supermarkets, Tasty Food Affair is the best meat delivery in Singapore for a delicious alternative!
3. CS Foods
If you are looking for halal meat delivery in Singapore, look no further than CS Foods! With over 30 years of experience under their belt, this veteran halal-certified food provider offers a variety of fresh and healthy ingredients. From kampung chicken to Australian lamb rack (both available on CS Foods), you’ll be impressed with their extensive range of meat! Entice your little fussy eaters at home with snacks like chicken cheese sausage and popcorn chicken (both available on CS Foods), the little ones at home will be pleased with the plethora of options available.
4. Aw’s Market
From chilled beef skirt to fresh chicken feet (both available on Aw’s Market), you can find an extensive selection of alternative meat cuts at affordable prices on Aw’s Market. They also provide alternative pork options such as pork skin (available on Aw’s Market) for those that appreciate these cuts. With daily delivery from 3pm – 7pm, you can be assured that your orders are delivered fresh to your doorstep! Alternatively, if you are looking for fresh seafood delivery, browse Aw’s Market collection of fresh seafood options.
Go-to sellers for frozen meat delivery in Singapore
5. Master Grocer’s
We all know the endearing qualities of our deep freezer — being able to store and keep our foods for an extended time. With Master Grocer’s, you can be assured that your high-quality beef and poultry products are processed strictly. With pre-portioned meat and resealable packaging, you can easily take out what you need and store the rest for future meal preps. Featuring frozen cuts like grass-fed beef tenderloin and baby back ribs (both available on Master Grocer’s), you’ll be blown away with premium offerings from this top meat delivery vendor in Singapore.
6. Yocorn Food
Specialising in Japanese cakes and snacks, yocornfoodsingapore also offers an amazing selection of frozen meat! Here, you can find an interesting range of options such as smoked duck chest (available on yocornfoodsingapore) in black pepper flavour and original. Planning a hotpot meal with your family? Get frozen meat ingredients such as pork collar slices and pork belly slices (both available on yocornfoodsingapore). You won’t want to miss out on this top meat delivery vendor in Singapore which delivers twice a day from Monday to Friday!
Easy one-pot meat recipes to try
Running out of ideas for mealtimes? We’ve got you covered! One-pot meal recipes are popular for being easy and fast to cook. It also means that you only have to wash one item — how simple is that? Here are some easy one-pot meal recipes that you can try at home with fresh and frozen meat cuts.
1. Oyakodon (chicken and egg rice bowl)
Hailing from Japan, the rice bowl is a popular quick dinner fix. Oyakodon, which translates into ‘parent-and-child’ donburi or rice bowl, features three star ingredients — chicken, eggs and onion. The delicious sweet-yet-salty flavour is sure to bring you comfort. It’s so simple and easy to prepare — dinner will be ready in just 30 minutes!
Serving size: 2
You will need:
- 2 boneless skinless chicken thighs
- ½ onion
- 2 eggs
- 1 ½ tbsp mirin or to taste
- 1 ½ tbsp sake or to taste
- ⅔ cup dashi or to taste
- 1 ½ tbsp soy sauce or to taste
- 1 ½ tsp sugar or to taste
How to make:
- Start by combining the Shimaya Dashi Bonito Powder, Hinode Mirin (both available on dequo), sake, Yamasa Tamari soy sauce (available on S-mart by Shopee) and RedMan fine sugar into a bowl and mix until all the sugar is dissolved.
- Next, slice the yellow onion (available on GrocerKing) thinly followed by slicing the boneless chicken thigh (available on Tasty Food Affair) into approximately 4cm pieces. Set them aside.
- In another bowl, beat two fresh eggs (available on Hotpot King) and set them aside
- Heat a frying pan with lid (available on Dream Factory) over medium heat. Once the frying pan is hot, start making your first serving of oyakodon.
- Pour ½ of the liquid mixture from step 1 into the pan (or just enough to cover the onion and chicken), followed by the sliced onion and chicken. Wait till it boils.
- When it begins to boil, lower the heat to medium-low and cover the pan to let the mixture simmer for about five minutes or when the onion is browned and the chicken is cooked. In the meantime, remove any foam from the surface.
- Next, slowly pour half of the egg mixture over the onion and chicken and let the egg cook to your liking. (Psst! For a more authentic Japanese taste, serve your oyakodon with an almost set but runny egg)
- Remove from heat and pour it over a bowl of cooked Japanese rice and you’re all set!
2. Pork Belly Pasta
In a list of easy one-pot meals, we can’t miss out on one-pan pasta recipes! One-pan pasta recipes are one of the simplest out there — even for kitchen newbies. Plus, if you and your partner are big fans of the juicy, unctuous meat, this yummy pork belly pasta recipe is a must-try.
Serving size: 2
You will need:
- 400g pork belly
- 5 garlic cloves, sliced
- 160g of spaghetti
- 400ml of water
- 1 whole egg & 1egg yolk
- 2-4 tbsp of white wine (optional)
- 2 tbsp of grated parmesan cheese
- A bunch of fresh parsley, chopped
- Chill flakes (optional)
- 1-2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
How to make:
- Using a slicer, slice the peeled garlic (available on GrocerKing) cloves as thinly as possible. Then, chop your fresh Italian parsley (available on GrocerKing) into small pieces.
- Prepare about 400g of Churo pork belly (available on Hen Tick) and chop them thinly so they can cook to a crisp later. Season lightly with salt.
- Heat a frying pan over high heat. Once hot, place the sliced pork belly pieces in and grill over medium heat until they turn light brown. Add in the sliced onions and fry a little more.
- Add in the sliced garlic and fry them further till the pork belly becomes crispy.
- Next, transfer the pork belly and garlic onto a plate lined with a paper towel. Add pepper to taste.
- In the same pan, boil Barilla spaghetti (available on S-mart by Shopee) with 400ml of water over high heat. Sprinkle 1-2 pinches of salt. Once the water starts to boil, turn down the heat to medium and leave it to simmer for about seven minutes. Stir the pasta often to ensure it doesn’t stick to the pan.
- In the meantime, beat 1 whole egg and 1 egg yolk in a bowl.
- When the seven-minute mark is nearing, add 2-4 tbsp of white wine if you wish. The white wine will make your pasta sweeter.
- After the pasta is cooked, add in about 1-2 tbsp of Naturel extra virgin olive oil (available on S-mart by Shopee) and 2 tbsp of grated parmesan cheese (available on Xavexbxl) and mix well.
- Once mixed, turn off the heat and add in the previously cooked pork belly and garlic. Garnish with chopped parsley.
- Let your pasta cool down for a minute or two before adding the egg mixture. Mix it well and your pork belly pasta is ready to be served!
3. Beef & Broccoli Stir-fry
Beef and broccoli stir-fry is a staple in Chinese cuisine that you can’t miss out on. A bonus point goes to it being healthy too as it doesn’t require much oil for stir-frying. This definitely tops the list of easy one-pot meals that you have to try. It’s quick and simple — just top it with rice and you’re good to go!
Serving size: 2
You will need:
- ½ tbsp olive oil
- 230g boneless round flank steak, cut into thin 3-inch strips
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- ½ head of broccoli, florets only
- ½ yellow onion, sliced
- 2 tbsp low-sodium soy sauce
- 120ml water
- ½ tbsp maple syrup
- ½ tsp fresh ginger, minced
How to make:
- Prepare the sauce by mixing Chung Hwa light soy sauce (available on Food People), water, maple syrup and minced fresh ginger (available on GrocerKing) together
- Slice the onion thinly and chop the florets of the broccoli (available on GrocerKing). Mince the garlic clove and set aside.
- Cut the Angus flank steak (available on CS Foods) into approximately 5cm strips.
- Heat a Circulon skillet (available on Meyer Singapore) over medium heat with half of the olive oil. When it heats up, add in the steak and sauté for 3-5 minutes until it’s no longer pink. Set the beef aside.
- Using the same pan, add in the sliced garlic, broccoli florets, sliced onion and the remaining olive oil. Stir well and continue to cook for another 3-5 minutes.
- Next, add the beef back into the pan and continue to mix.
- Pour the previously prepared sauce mixture into the skillet and let it cook for another 2-3 minutes.
- Top it over a bowl of rice and your beef and broccoli stir-fry is ready to be served!
Meat delivery in Singapore has never been more convenient
We hope this list of sellers for meat delivery in Singapore has been helpful. Try our easy one-pot meal recipes as you stay home for the rest of the circuit breaker! If you need more inspiration, check out these Korean-drama inspired recipes or these 15-minute air fryer recipes. Don’t forget to check out other sellers for fresh and frozen deliveries and shop from local sellers to support our local businesses today.
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