Friedchillies' Favourites talks about the great food and drinks that our team loves. These are food and drinks that we grew up having, so they hold a special place in our hearts... and stomachs!
This is my favourite drink come Ramadhan. It is very refreshing and just the thing to quench your thirst after a days' fasting. My mom used to make it for iftar.
It couldn't get any simpler, too. Just put some ice in a glass
and pour in about 1/4 can of pineapple juice
. Top up with ice cream soda
and garnish with a slice of pineapple. If you want, you can even puree some canned or fresh pineapples as a base. Best!
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Sambal kicap is an easy and versatile recipe that packs a huge burst of flavour and spice. Our colleague, Meen, whipped this up for us to have with rice and fried chicken just before Ramadhan came along. Make one for iftar/berbuka puasa and have it with your favourite dishes! More »
aren't your thing, maybe a good selection of lauk is the remedy to your 'what to have for iftar' questions. After all we Malaysians are still very much rice eaters. Here's some of our favourite places to get lauk this Ramadhan. Restoran Hatinie Section 10, Shah Alam Restoran Hatinie
is a Kelantanese nasi campur restaurant in the housing area of Section 10, Shah Alam. Selections are great over here. Of course people come here for their slightly sweet (of course!) Ayam Percik. The sambal belachan here packs a punch and is just the thing to brighten up that plate of rice. Restoran Azira Section 10, Shah Alam
Just down the street from Restoran Hatinie is Restoran Azira
. The main area is taken up by a long table full of lauk. Go for their spicy kerabus. Other than that, Azira is a great place to get kuih too. D'Cengkih TTDI, Kuala… Continue reading »
Ayam Goreng Kunyit is one of the most popular Malay lauks. Everyone enjoys a good fried chicken and this local version is a favourite of many households. Simple to make yet so delicious, have it with hot white rice and your favourite sambal or kuah on the side. More »
It started out simple enough. The Friedchillies team was at Pulau Perhentian a few days ago when our content chief, Honey, mentioned that there's a spot on the island that does this amazing, mind-blowing Mars Bar Shake. It's exactly
what you think it is: a Mars Bar, blended into an icy, cool and refreshing beverage.
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This is a fun milkshake that kids will absolutely love. Go on, it’s not always that you indulge in something that you know is kinda bad, but man is it tasty. More »
Just like a Mars Bar shake, but with peanuts to complement the caramel, nougat and chocolate. Just as delicious and sinful! More »