This stir fry is fast and furious to make. The flavours are bold and bright and go excellent with some hot white rice and a bit of sambal belachan. The sweetness of the fresh prawns are perfectly complemented by the fresh, crunchy snow peas. Ensure you have everything ready to go, and get that wok smoking hot. Fry away! More »
This is an easy yet popular dish amongst Malaysians. Great for days during Ramadhan when you’re just feeling too tired to cook something elaborate but at the same time still want to make something homecooked for Iftar. Fear not! There are lots of convenience items you can use to save time and effort in the kitchen, and we’ve tested them for you.… More »
Ayam percik is a classic East Coast dish that gets extra popular during Ramadhan. Go to any bazaar Ramadhan and you'll see chicken on skewers or on grills, smoking and caramelizing before getting a generous lathering or dip in creamy, spicy percik sauce. But, this dish can be expensive to buy. Even more if you are feeding an entire family. So why not… More »
During Ramadhan it's usual to go out during the weekdays to the bazaar juadah and buy dishes. After all there's so much choice to satisfy anyone and everyone. But on weekends, isn't it better to cook something at home for the family? You'll save money and time, and what a lovely way that'd be to have some quality family time. We'll show you how to cook… More »
This week it'll be Ramadhan again. There will be Ramadhan bazaars all over the country and lots of restaurants and hotels will start their buffet promotions. It's all nice and well and just goes to show that thankfully, our country is still bountiful and there's always somewhere to go to have something to eat.
But hold your horses for a while! Despite all the amazing food and promotions going on in the fasting month, we should also take time to reflect on what Ramadhan is all about. Namely, it's a time for some spiritual cleansing and to remember the less fortunate among us. So here are some things to think about. Yeah, they've been said before. But in the spirit of this holy month, we still think they're worth remembering. Eat What You Need
Post-iftar gluttony is all too common, especially when you go to the hotel buffets. We often take more than we can actually eat. So why not tone down? Eat only what you need during iftar. Not only that you'll waste less food, but we're sure you won't suffer the dreaded food coma afterwards too. Sometimes this is all it takes to make a satisfying iftar..
The old saying 'berhenti sebelum kenyang' (stop before you're stuffed) really works here. Also, eat slowly and take your time. Your brain and body will process that you're full better, thus you're… Continue reading »
It's Ramadhan, It's the middle of the week. And you just got back from work and feeling a little tired. You look at the clock and oh no! There's 45 minutes left to Iftar (breaking fast) and you're short of ideas on what to cook for the family (or yourself...). The day is hot and no one wants to go out to the bazaar.Yes, yes, we're familiar with this… More »
What would happen if we were to select 5 of the Top Trending Food Entrepreneurs in Klang Valley and ask them to create something awesome in 5 days and everyone have to use the same base ingredients to create it? And then we get them to sell/serve it at their joint for a day and get their fans to vote for them in which the challenger with the most points… More »