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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Foodsters' Blog

The 2014 Healthy Eating Kickstarter

by Edwan S., on Thu, January 02, 2014 - 3:46:14 PM, 0 comment
Kitchen Capers
January 2014 is here and (technically, anyway) all the eating and eating and eating you did over the holidays are starting to weigh you down. Fret not, because yummy food and healthy eating need not be mutually exclusive terms, even here at Fried Chillies! We've rounded up some of our best, tried and tested ideas to help you eat better this year. Best of all, you won't be sacrificing deliciousness in pursuit of better eating.

This is our 2014 Healthy Eating Kickstarter.

1. Juice up! Juices are a great way to get essential vitamins in your system and help you detox. Plus, they can taste better too, especially if you're not into eating your greens and fruits. We have a collection of yummy, fresh juice recipes that might just make you crank out the ol' juicer daily.



Trust us, you'll love these juices.

2. Have a sweet tooth? That's fine because we got that covered too. Just because you want to eat healthier and better doesn't mean depriving yourself of some truly yummy treats.



Check out our recipes on how to…  Continue reading »

What to Cook

Roasted Fish with Teochew

by Edwan S., on Thu, January 02, 2014
Malay

We know you’ve been indulging a little too much during the holidays so try this healthier version of a teochew fish. Roasting it first minimises oil and makes it moist and flaky. In a wok simmer up some delicious teochew and lay it on your fish for a salty and tangy twist. Who said healthy food can’t be scrumptious too?

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Foodsters' Blog

What is a Food Drama?

by The Foodster, on Wed, January 01, 2014 - 1:00:41 PM, 0 comment
Food Media
I Eat KL follows the lives of 3 girls in KL, all different but all united by their love of food. Follow the food adventures of Sabrina (writer and passionate foodie), Kiki (fashionista with a big appetite) and Meg (ambitious French-trained chef) and watch them find love and their purpose in life in the wonderfully delicious city of KL.



LaksaWe made sure our actors ate the good stuff during the shoot

The show was filmed over the course of one month in 19 different locations, many of them food institutions like Yut Kee and R.A. Nasi Lemak. A little known fact is that all the food that the girls and other stars ate are as delicious as it looks and as close as possible to the real thing as production allowed us. For example, the assam laksa the girls ate at the end of Episode 5 is from O & S in Paramount Garden which is one of the best in town. We also featured as much local artisanal products as possible too like getting the girls Last Polka ice cream for their ice cream eating scene in Episode 6.

FashionThe clothes are good enough to eat too!

Not only were…  Continue reading »

What to Cook

Butterscotch Sauce

by Edwan S., on Thu, December 26, 2013

Butterscotch sauce is awesome with a lot of desserts; gooey, sweet, creamy and there’s just something sensuous about it. Put it on ice cream, cakes, use it as a dip for cookies or fruit, anything! Here’s how to make an easy one at home, just in time for the holidays.

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Foodsters' Blog

FREE I Eat KL Pilot

by Honey, on Fri, December 20, 2013 - 6:18:50 PM, 0 comment
Announcements
For our fans out there that have been supporting us for so long we're going to give you an early holiday gift! The first episode of I Eat KL is online for a limited time only. We've been getting a lot of requests especially from our fans overseas to take a peek at the show so here it is!



I Eat KL follows the lives of 3 girls in KL, all different but all united by their love of food. Follow the food adventures of Sabrina (writer and passionate foodie), Kiki (fashionista with a big appetite) and Meg (ambitious French-trained chef) and watch them find love and their purpose in life in the wonderfully delicious city of KL.

LaksaWe made sure our actors ate the good stuff during the shoot

The show was filmed over the course of one month in 19 different locations, many of them food institutions like Yut Kee and R.A. Nasi Lemak. A little known fact is that all the food that the girls and other stars ate are as delicious as it looks and as close as possible to the real thing as production allowed us. For example, the…  Continue reading »

Where To Eat

Yummylicious

by Chacha, on Fri, December 20, 2013
Western

"The force is strong with this burger..."

When I met Jimmy for the first time, he was all smiles and was more than ready to tell me his journey into the burger industry. But instead of opening up a physical shop, he just decided to plunge into the business and see where this flow would take him. It's just him and his wife, and they got tired of waiting for funds to come in and do it like how everyone else is doing it (not that there is anything wrong with the way others do it). As a result of this, Jimmy delivers the orders of his customers himself. He and his team (his wife), process all the orders a day in advance and cook the burgers fresh before delivering it to you. That my friends, is dedication in its purest form.

Yummylicious is well known for a few of their burgers which me and my gang ordered. Jiro ,Vader,Yoda, Chilli Crab and Royal Swiss Mushroom. The Jiro and Yoda are our favourites by far.

Jiro

I could probably write a long prose on why the Jiro is so delicious but space is limited during these tough times. It is the main actor in a blockbuster, like Leonardo DiCaprio in Inception. It has a 2-inch thick patty that covers almost 30 ingredients from all around the world, dressed with some really crunchy and fresh lettuce, encapsulated by 2 very firm but soft buns. The Jiro is huge. You could taste the teriyaki sauce and mushroom head in each bite as the burger patty tenderly crumbled in your mouth. The rich avocado sauce added depth and dimension to the flavour of the meat as the fresh tomato bits exploded in juiciness each time a bite was taken. It was an orchestra of sorts, where all the flavours blended in harmony.

Yoda

The Yoda burger on the other hand was like a delicate lover whispering sweet nothings in your ears. The freshness and authenticity of the shrimp could be tasted as you sink your teeth into this delightful burger. The tartar sauce is rich, which more than blends in and compliments the basil leaf that adds a surprising twist. The buns are green tea buns, so green tea lovers take note. The shrimp patty literally just melted in my mouth (and my heart). This was an unexpected as we were all Vader fans. Strong with the force, this one is.   More »

     
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