In my pursuit to learn how to cook my favourite dishes, Gulai Tempoyak looms large. I came to tempoyak late in the game, more obsessed with sambal tumis growing up but when I started, taste genes that… More »
We Asians love a hot pot meal. The Swiss has their version called fondue, which is cheese based. Japanese calls it sukiyaki or shabu-shabu and us Malaysians call it steamboat. The Asian hot pot meal is… More »
My resolution this year is to learn how to make my favourite food. And recently I made yong tau fu! Woot! Woot! A good friend’s mum offered to teach me her super delicious YTF so one Sunday there I was… More »
You don’t need to empty the entire ‘kitchen utensils’ and ‘crockery’ section of the supermarket to be able to make Western dishes at home. Often, the tools I use in the kitchen are the same things… 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… More »
Good home cooked food is usually the result of a recipe that has been passed down through generations. On my search to get this delicious chicken kurma recipe not only did I have to go talk to my Indian… More »
I have an unusual relationship with my Amah (grandma). To start off with she's my step-grandma, and since I lived abroad for 16 years while growing up I never really got close to her. Distance contributed… More »
The afternoon I spent with Chef Celine was one that I will treasure for years to come. She taught us a lot about the Cristang people and their food, this amazing woman has a wealth of information to share.… More »
“Are we there yet?” Right. The idea of stuffing my family into a van and driving all the way to Tg. Piandang for some kampung cooking seemed to be a good idea… in theory but after the 60th paddy… More »
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