Peanut sauce goes well with plenty of local Malay dishes. Dip your satay in it, serve as rojak sauce or douse it over some nasi impit, it is a great accompaniment to have on your table. More »
There are many versions of Rendang out there and they all taste different. Rendang Tok is the drier version with added spices like cumin, coriander and fennel seeds to give it a different aroma. Toast and grind your own dry spices… More »
You can find these at any kuih stalls and it is super popular during the fasting month. Kek Batik is essentially crushed biscuits soaked in a chocolate & Milo mixture. No baking required. More »
Sweet, crunchy and nutty. These cornflakes cookies are super simple to make and darn addictive, you can’t stop eating it. More »
Burnt cheesecake has become increasingly popular this year and we totally jumped on the wagon and joined in the hype. If you tend to burn your food all the time, this is the perfect recipe for you. The burnt crust on top give it an… More »
If you’re a cheese lover, you’re gonna enjoy this recipe. Simple chicken fried rice topped with melted cheese, perfect for the bujangs and students out there. More »
Fried chicken is an easy pleaser and it pairs with pretty much anything. Here I’m gonna show you how to quickly fry up some chicken and 5 sauces to pair it with. The sauces are so quick and easy to make, it is perfect for a speedy… More »
Bomboloni is an Italian stuffed Donut, stuffed with anything sweet from Nutella, to Vanilla Custard to Matcha Cream. This is a version where you only need to proof (letting the yeast in the dough rise) just once. You are guaranteed… More »
The name 3 Budak Gemok has been hitting the online waves, getting all the attention for their Ayak Masak Kicap with uber spicy sambal. It is so polular you’d have to bear the queue to get a plate and a table. But if you’re… More »
Leftover Nasi Lemak is not the best thing to eat. Either you begrudgingly eat it just to not waste food or you throw it and buy brand new nasi lemak *RIP old Nasi Lemak* But there is a way to save it – turn it into nasi goreng..… More »
Warm and nourishing, Soto Ayam is an Asian chicken soup that is brimming with spices and aromatics. A definite crowd-pleaser and an ideal dish for family gatherings. More »
Originally an Indonesian classic, this dish has worked its magic onto our dining tables. Black, sticky and savoury. Deng! It is so good! More »
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