What to Cook

Dendeng Balado

by Edwan S., on Wed, January 06, 2016
Asian

Dendeng Balado is an Indonesian dish commonly found at any nasi padang place. It’s thinly sliced, crispy-fried beef with a tart and spicy chilli sambal on top. Here’s our easy to make version, packed full of flavour and delicious with rice or even on it’s own.

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What to Cook

Easy Sardine Curry

by The Charlie, on Mon, January 04, 2016
Malay

First school and working day of the year can be a little hectic. And what with all the holidays and festivities that just happened, thank God there are still delicious things you can whip up in a jiffy AND cheap. This is one of our favourites, great with rice and a side of spinach or some crusty bread.

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Food Articles

Beef 2 Ways: Making The Best of Cheap Beef

by Edwan S., on Fri, December 25, 2015
Chef-In-Residence
2015 will probably - unfortunately - be remembered as the year where so many things went up in price for many Malaysians. Eating out is a tad pricier now, but fret not; it's always better (in all ways!) to cook at home anyway. And with a few tips and tricks, home-cooked food can be just as good as restaurant stuff. Here's 2 amazing and affordable ways…   More »

What to Cook

‘Budget’ Steak with Easy Pepper Sauce and Glazed Vegetables

by Edwan S., on Thu, December 24, 2015

Our ‘budget’ steak uses rump. Rump steak is leaner, tougher and costs a fraction of the price of a sirloin or rib-eye. But with some kitchen trickery, it can be as tender, juicy and full of beefy, steak-y flavour as the more expensive cuts. Here’s how to make a cheap - but mouth wateringly delicious - rump steak. Best of all, this recipe can be ready within half an hour!

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What to Cook

Cranberry-Szechuan Chicken Wings

by Edwan S., on Wed, December 23, 2015
Western

This Holiday season, impress your guests with these tangy-spicy chicken wings recipe. The Szechuan peppercorns add a fuzzy, spicy and warm kick that perfectly plays off with the sweet and jammy cranberries. Perfect as an appetizer or to pass around as finger-food. Easy peasy to make too.

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Food Articles

Get easy recipe ideas on Nigella’s Christmas Bites

by Edwan S., on Mon, December 21, 2015
Special Feature
Christmas is around the corner! It's a time of merriment, joy and of course, stunning good food. We also understand that cooking a Christmas dinner can be.... quite a challenge. So to keep you in good spirits and take the stress out of Christmas cooking, our Nigella Lawson can help, only on the FriedChillies Food Network, HyppTV VOD. Here's a special…   More »

Foodsters' Blog

5 Yummy Christmas Eats For 2015

by Captain Cracker, on Wed, December 16, 2015 - 11:35:33 AM, 0 comment
It's almost Christmas, so it's time for lovely company and awesome food too. Here's some of our favourite Christmas treats and ideas you can cook.. and one for you to go makan at!

Have A Budget Xmas Dinner



For below RM50 you can make this amazing Christmas turkey dinner at home. We used an air-fryer but you can make this successfully with equally delicious results in a regular oven. Try it!

A Classic Roast Chicken with a Kick!



A classic roast chicken would sit handsomely and invitingly on a Christmas dinner table. We have plenty of recipes but this one is especially delicious and easy to make. Black pepper gives it a nice spicy kick, and the roasted vegetables a wonderful crunch and sweetness.

A Sweet and Fun Christmas Cake



Dessert is just as important because everyone deserves a…  Continue reading »


     
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