First popularised by the infamous Maggi Goreng, now the other instants are catching up quick. They now come in all sorts of flavours and style of cooking instead of your usual throw some in a wok, tear flavouring and chuck veggies in. But really, what better satisfaction than a plate of really good fried… More »
Our bento boxes were so popular during our I Eat KL launch we thought that it be good to give out some tips and recipes to make your own. It's a sweet little weekend project or something to send to your favourite person. Be it a picnic, a snack by the stairs of a college, sent to the office with some… More »
Fish, glorious fish! It is a staple living in Malaysia. Us at FriedChillies just sometimes have such a hankering for steamed fish, you know the kind- firm white flesh, sweet and almost creamy enriched with superior soya sauce. Good fish needs no complicated embellishments, a little ginger, garlic, some… More »
An eventful year in so many ways. It's been the year of travel for many of us. And nothing beats going to a foreign country to sample their food that makes you appreciate the abundance of ours. It's been a year of drama- making them and living them. Foodies are passionate people as we know and filming… More »
Constructing a gingerbread house from scratch can be a daunting task. Especially when you have to bake and cut out the cookie shapes individually. At FC, we love to simplify things so we decided to build the house using mostly cake. This not only lessen your baking time but it also resulted in a sturdier… More »
Kids love jelly. They're yummy, wobbly, colourful and a cinch to whip up. Have fun with your lil' ones this school holidays and make tasty jelly delights together. These easy-to-do recipes are a fun project for you and your child to do in the kitchen.
Start by making orange jelly slices.… More »
With its mix of soft and crispy textures and tangy tones, tosai goes so well with the fresh flavours of chutney or the spicy tastes of curry. I love the textural variations and its slightly sour taste that whenever I go to a mamak stall, I would usually opt for tosai instead of roti canai or chapati.… More »