10 Best Canned Foods You Should Have In Your Kitchen Right Now

We’ve all had that one time when we were literally starving at home, yet too lazy to step out to buy food. Even calling up a delivery seemed like an extra thing to do.

Especially since PMDs are banned.

Thank goodness for canned food. It makes life a whole lot easier, and it does deliver some tasty meals.

Here are the best 10 cans you should stock your kitchen up with!

Ayam Brand Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce

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No other brand does it for me, and the tomato gravy goes well with a side of scrambled eggs. The lazy way to get breakfast done. The cans also come in a light version, as well as one which is hi-fibre with added prebiotics.

Narcissus Lychee in Syrup

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Image: fairprice.com.sg

The crazy heat is beating you down, and there’s no better way to clap back at it than a jug of icy water with lychees in it.  Your body will thank you for it.

Shanghai Maling Canned Pork Luncheon Meat

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The salty deliciousness of luncheon meat goes with pretty much everything – porridge, fried noodles, wok-fried rice. Open a can and fry it in a simple batter of a few beaten eggs. Yum!

Yeo’s Premium Chicken Curry Extra Spice

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If you’re feeling adventurous, try this can out. You could either have it with rice and cucumber raita on the side or just use it to soak up your bread while you Netflix your lunch away.

Ayam Brand Tuna Premium Flakes in Olive Oil

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This is a kind of healthy take on canned tuna. You’d get good chunks of tuna that is immersed in olive oil for that extra notes of scrumptiousness. Mix a can with some mayo and chopped onions (season as you like too), and you’ve got your topping for your tuna sandwich!

Mili Fruit Cocktail in Heavy Syrup

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Snack on a cup of ice cream with some fruit cocktail on top. Drizzle some chocolate syrup on it. You’ve got your own makeshift sundae!

Libby’s Corned Beef

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Image: isetan.com.sg

This can might be on the pricier side, but you’re guaranteed to savour every single bite.

Hosen Young Corn Cut

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Image: redmart.com

Whipping up a stack of apam baliks is easy peasy, and it’s always good to fill it up with some canned sweet corn!

Narcissus Braised Peanuts

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One can cost you less than a dollar, and it would suit your bowl of porridge like a dream.

Amocan Rendang Chicken

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Image: redmart.com

Another tasty can that goes well with rice or pre-heated pratas. Because rendang makes everything yummy!


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