Food Articles

Happy Chinese New Year 2014!

by Edwan S., on Wed, January 22, 2014
Kitchen Capers
Chinese New Year is around the corner!

The first major holiday of the year is the perfect time to be with friends and family, and what could be better to make that circle complete than with... FOOD! Think about it: reunion dinners, delectable treats and sweets, home-made specialties.

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Foodsters' Blog

Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng @ Pak Ron Kopitiam

by Edwan S., on Mon, January 20, 2014 - 2:23:07 PM, 0 comment
Quickie Review
Welcome to Nasi Lemak Mondays, where we highlight noteworthy nasi lemaks in and around the Klang Valley.

Tucked in the quiet neighbourhood of Denai Alam, Shah Alam is the family run Pak Ron Kopitiam. Here, the crowds are mostly easy going families, giving the place a friendly, welcoming vibe. Make your way here on weekends before noon (as they run half day), take a seat in their comfy chairs and have their Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (RM6.50).



The nasi is crumbly and nicely scented with pandan and is not too 'heavy' tasting. The sambal though is fiery hot and will leave your brows beaded with sweat. The ayam goreng, however, is the star of the show! Fried fresh in the morning to a delicious burnished colour, you can taste the seasonings: hints of cumin, coriander, turmeric and spicy with chillies, it's the kind of fried chicken that'll have you nibbling it down to the bone and combing for crumbs on the plate.

All in all, a satisfying, lovely dish of nasi lemak, in a quiet, peaceful neighbourhood.

Pak Ron Kopitiam Denai Alam
No 35-G Jln Elektron NU16/N Seksyen U16 Denai Alam
40160 Shah Alam

Tel: 03 7831 8475  Continue reading »

Food Articles

Kickin’ Kangkung Capers!

by Edwan S., on Thu, January 16, 2014
Kitchen Capers
Go to any social networking site right now and you damn sure would know what's the trending topic of the moment: KANGKUNG! It's been hilarious, with so many memes and jokes sprouting (ahem) about this humble vegetable.

Silly puns and funny memes aside though, kangkung is a great vegetable to work with. And don't us Malaysians…   More »

What to Cook

Easy Chicken Pie

by Edwan S., on Wed, January 15, 2014
Western

A good, chunky chicken pie is definitely up there when it comes to comfort foods. A buttery, flaky crust and hearty, meaty filling of juicy chicken and chunky vegetables is always, always a great combination. So let’s get that oven hot and ready and come whip up some pie!

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Food Articles

Top 5 Meals Below RM10… Yes, Really!

by Edwan S., on Sat, January 11, 2014
Kitchen Capers
This is the year of rising prices, apparently. Go on any social media site and you'd see people talk about how this is expensive, that is costly and whatnot. There is talk that some sacrifices need to be made, or some concessions that have to be done to our lifestyles.

And of course, us food lovers are feeling the pinch too. It could be…   More »

What to Cook

Congee with Tuna in Spicy Soy Sauce

by Edwan S., on Sat, January 11, 2014
Asian

It’s rainy season lately, and what could be better on a cold, wet night than a steaming bowl of smooth rice congee, paired with a super delicious dish of chunky tuna in a sticky, spicy soy sauce? Not a lot, of course! This very simple to make condiment gives a bright touch to your congee, and paired with steamed bok choy, makes a delicious, filling and hearty dinner.. or breakfast… or any meal! Best of all: this costs less than RM10 to make, and serves 4 to boot. Yumminess you can share!

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What to Cook

Kimchi Fried Rice with Seared Beef and Egg

by Edwan S., on Wed, January 08, 2014
Asian

Who would’ve thought such a simple recipe with just a few ingredients can be so stonkingly delicious? Well… us, of course! And we’re sharing this recipe with all of you because it’s just too good. Best of all, this meal for two costs less than RM15 to make. Tangy kimchi, nutty rice, savoury beef and a rich fried egg; who can say no to that. Cheap and delicious? Yes!

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Latest Comments

Sorry, it should be 11 am to 1 am, changed already.
By Farah on 2012 May 06
From the entry 'Strawberry Fields'.
are you sure that their operation hour from 11am to 1pm?
By Mohd Azuan Ishak on 2012 May 06
From the entry 'Strawberry Fields'.
mm55, they've been around for more than 30 years, so I think they perfected the sambal recipe already....grin
By Farah on 2012 Apr 17
From the entry 'Nasi Ayam Pak Mal'.
i would say the best malay nasi ayam,addictive sambal
By mm55 on 2012 Apr 14
From the entry 'Nasi Ayam Pak Mal'.

Thanks for the suggestion, Angie. We actually know someone who makes really good sugee cake. Will definitely consider it for the future.

By Farah on 2012 Apr 08
From the entry 'Pandan Butter Cake'.
Its the kuih keria pict rite Vini? Check out our Street Food at Home show coming soon beb. Riz and Aly making it from scratch.
By Adly on 2012 Apr 07
From the entry 'Foodsters' Favourite 50 (2011 edition)'.
This list is superb i can die just salivating on the pictures! Argh!!!
By Vini Balan on 2012 Apr 06
From the entry 'Foodsters' Favourite 50 (2011 edition)'.
Sorry to hear that she has passed on. But her food still lives on. The patin and ulam daun gajus with sambal is still gud.
By Adly on 2012 Apr 05
From the entry 'Gerai Kak Mek Afidah'.

I would love to have a step by step video lesson on how to make a really good Eurasian style Sugee cake. I cannot find one on the internet yet.

By Angie Wheatley on 2012 Apr 03
From the entry 'Pandan Butter Cake'.
Babe_KL...ok will try Wong Poh one of these days...butter crab sounds yummy
By Farah on 2012 Apr 02
From the entry 'Top 5 Seafood Joints in PJ'.