Stingray is a meaty fish great for grilling or simmered in gravies like a masak asam. It’s firm flesh lends itself well to soaking up flavour and spices and it’s flakiness when cooked is second to none. This dish is one of our favourite ways to enjoy it, the heady-rich gravy of a masak lemak going so well with the chunky fish. You won’t want to eat it any other way… More »
We dub this rending ‘malas’ because it’s usually thrown together with what’s in the cupboard. The taste is rich, like a more concentrated masak lemak. Because it does not use kerisik (grated coconut dry fried and pounded into a paste), this is also a good entry level rendang. More »
In the latest development in 'value-to-eat' Ramadan buffets, our very own celebrity chef Khalil Rashwan of 'Habibi In the Kitchen
' has collaborated with Rasta Taman Tun Dr Ismail to open a pizza shop in one of its prime location spots. The Egyptian born chef had previous opened up a successful pizza shop
in Pennsylvania, USA called Pizza Art before coming to Malaysia several years ago.
Inspired by his previous success, he is now opening up Pizza Art Malaysia serving fresh 'we make it as you order it' pizzas which he personally hand tosses in front of you as a demonstration of expertise and showmanship. A particularly fussy man in the kitchen, what makes his pizza stand out is the care and love that he puts into each toss. For Ramadan, the pizzas are only made and baked just before the Maghrib call for prayers so that it comes out hot, fresh and delicious for his buffet patrons.
Khalil's serves the thin crusted version, and is more American in the sense that the pizza dough… Continue reading »
It's the last 10 days of Ramadhan. Your fasting self now has a two-fold problem: 1) You have no energy to trawl through too-crowded bazaars anymore, yet 2) you still don't have the time to cook. So what do you do? You buy some lauk, of course! Below are our top picks for places to buy lauk, and the best part is that all of them continue to sell their… More »
This is a simple spicy rendang that uses minimal ingredients for big flavour. Cook down chunks of beef in this creamy and spicy gravy and what you get is a dish fit for the Raya table to be eaten with ketupat and lemang. More »
Massage spices and yogurt on chicken chunks and then grill it for a simple and satisfying dinner. You can use the same marinate for chicken wings or thighs for an excellent barbecue option. More »
Ahh, Ramadhan buffets. We meet again. This year, we've compiled a list for you with a twist - they're all RM50 and below! Check out what these five spots have to offer, with tips on what to pile on your plate, and what to skip. Space in your belly is precious, after all! Wadi Hadramawt
Located right behind a car showroom,… More »