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    Break Fast in a Jiffy!

    by The Charlie on Wed, August 03, 2011

    It's 4.30pm. Work just let out and you're rushing to get to the Ramadhan bazaar, thinking it will save you time so you won't have to cook later. Traffic turns out to be horrendous and you only…  More »

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    Tikka Chance On Me

    by The Charlie on Mon, July 11, 2011

    Thanks to the massive Indian diaspora over the past few centuries, curries have made their way to all corners of the globe. We jumped at the chance to recreate these inventive curry-inflected recipes,…  More »

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    Local Roti Man Delights

    by Alexa P. on Mon, June 27, 2011

    I remember the days when I would hear the familiar beep of the roti man as he rode through my old neighborhood in Penang. I would be out the door in a flash to flag him down. Much to my parent's disappointment…  More »

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    Kickin’ Sides

    by The Charlie on Wed, May 25, 2011

    No burger is complete without a great side. While we do love and adore potatoes in any shape and form, sometimes you want to go a little beyond plain ol’ french fries from the bag. We whipped up some…  More »

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    Oodles of Noodles

    by Alexa P. on Mon, May 02, 2011

    We’re going crazy for noodles this week! We’ve got curly and thin, crisp and slippery, saucy and dry. No matter how they’re cooked though, they all make for a delicious fast and easy meal. However,…  More »

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    Dim Sum: Food Miniaturized

    by Honey Ahmad on Mon, May 02, 2011

    Firstly, prepare your make-shift steamer. If you are using a new bamboo basket, rub a bit of oil in the basket to season it or else your dumplings will stick and tear when you take it out. We used a wok…  More »

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    So You Think You Can Canai?

    by Honey Ahmad on Wed, April 20, 2011

    I guess one of the barriers for making homemade roti canai is the tossing part. Dudes at the mamak stalls make it look so easy, nonchalantly flapping it in the air as they talk on the phone and flip other…  More »

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    The Local Scramble

    by Riz Ainuddin on Tue, April 12, 2011

    Many Malaysians or 70's babies will remember growing up with their parents or grandparents cooking these scrambled eggs at home. We love them because they add flavour and zing to the usual scramble and…  More »

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    Innard Skynyrd

    by The Charlie on Sun, March 20, 2011

    Bored of your usual satays? Has satay arnab lost its appeal? Satay perut passed out of fashion? We’re big fans of nose-to-tail eating here at FriedChillies. So in honor of Organ Week, we suggest you…  More »

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    Water: Jazz it up!

    by Alexa P. on Wed, March 16, 2011

    Lets face the facts, water, by any other name, be it aqua, l’eau or even sky juice is still pretty plain. While we all know that we need to guzzle at least 8 glasses a day for optimal health our palates…  More »

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    There’s Something Fishy in my Kitchen!

    by Honey Ahmad on Tue, November 23, 2010

    I am the first to admit that it's easier for me to reach for a salmon when shopping for dinner. Mainly because I know exactly how to grill it. Only problem is the ridiculous prices it commands. Looking…  More »

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    Top End Bubur Lambuk

    by Alexa P. on Fri, August 20, 2010

    You'll often find this porridge outside the mosques distributed after the Asar or evening prayers where volunteers prepare it. This is a good meal to “buka” with after a long day of fasting as it…  More »