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  • What to CookAsian

    Milo Fried Chicken & Budu Mayo

    by Lisa K. on Tue, December 11, 2018

    This recipe is an homage to myByrgerLab’s creation. They debuted their funky creation during Ayam Lejen II 2018 and it was a big hit, selling out on both days. So out of sheer curiosity, we tried to recreate this recipe and we…  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    Lamb chops at home: Affordable and easy!

    by Lisa K. on Tue, December 04, 2018

    Sometimes a good plate of grilled lamb chops just hits the spot when you have meat cravings. It’s not too expensive either when you cook it yourself and get shoulder chops. RM40 can get you 7-8 slices- pretty sweet eh? Serve…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Som Tam

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 27, 2018

    Som Tam is a popular Thai salad with lots of flavour, spice and attitude. It is essentially shredded young papaya with nuts, tomatoes, long beans, dried shrimp with a killer dressing that hits all your tastebuds - sweet, sour, spicy…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Pad Gaprow

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 27, 2018

    Pad means stir fry and Gaprow means holy basil. This super famous dish is found all over Thailand and usually served together with hot rice and a crispy egg. It is fragrant and slightly spicy, Pad Gaprow is delightfully easy to make…  More »

  • What to CookMalay

    Lempeng Pandan + Gula Melaka Syrup

    by Lisa K. on Thu, November 22, 2018

    Lempeng is a Malaysian style pancake, usually flatter, denser and slightly greasy with crispy edges. It can be enjoyed as a sweet kuih or dipped in sambal for a savoury treat. But this is a sweet version flavoured with real Pandan…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Indomie Burger

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 20, 2018

    Here is a recipe for you bujangs, uni/college kids out there. Yes I am sure you can cook something way more sophisticated than this but let’s have a little cheeky fun and try out this ridiculous guilty pleasure. OK la.. throw in…  More »

  • What to CookChinese

    MINYAK MASAK ALIF: Ayam Goreng Belacan

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 13, 2018

    This chicken makes you do a double-take. Yep! Crispy fried chicken with an awesome belacan marinade. If you were lucky enough ever try this uniquely Asian fried chicken, then you know how special it is. It is only a simple 5 ingredient…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    MINYAK MASAK ALIF: Chicken Karrage

    by Lisa K. on Mon, November 05, 2018

    Before popcorn chicken became a hit, there was Chickan Karrage. The Japanese created it and like all Japanese made items, they made it really good! What’s not to love about small bite sized juicy pieces of fried chicken?? Served…  More »

  • What to CookIndian

    DEEPAVALI SPECIAL: Lamb Dalca + Chapati

    by Lisa K. on Thu, November 01, 2018

    Lamb Dalca is tender pieces of bone in lamb cooked in a hearty dhal curry sauce with loads of veggies. The best way to serve it is with some home-made Chapatis and the best time to serve it this coming Deepavali! Whether you’re hosting…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    MINYAK ALIF: Korean Style Spicy Honey Butter Wings

    by Lisa K. on Tue, October 30, 2018

    Want to cook up some Korean style fried chicken at home without all that confusing Korean ingredients? Then THIS is the recipe for you! Using basic kitchen staples and some Minyak ALIF, you can whip up some sticky, spicy and sweet…  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    Butter Biscuits - Texas Chicken Style

    by Lisa K. on Thu, October 25, 2018

    American biscuits is not like biskut tin. It’s okay. You are not the only one who got confused at first. It is like the lovechild of a scone and short crust pastry. And it is usually eaten with fried chicken & gravy or with…  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    MINYAK ALIF: Crispy Cornflakes Chicken Tenders

    by Lisa K. on Tue, October 23, 2018

    Cornflakes is not just breakfast food. Those crunchy golden flakes are a great alternative to breadcrumbs and they taste great deep fried. Just crush ‘em up and roll it around some boneless chicken strips and fry it up with some…  More »