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Kway Teow Kung Fu

by Edwan S., on Tue, August 16, 2016
Asian

This is a local favourite, though we have no idea why it’s called ‘kung fu’. Maybe Bruce Lee invented it, or Jackie Chan loves it? Either way, it’s a filling and savoury dish that is a crowd pleaser. Kids love it too because it’s not spicy.

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“Nasi” Goreng Cauliflower

by Afra Taidin, on Tue, July 26, 2016
Asian

This is actually ‘faux’ nasi goreng because there are no rice at all in the recipe. Cauliflower is a good substitute as it has lesser calories, carbs and fat. So, yes, it won’t taste exactly the same, but the flavour is actually quite tasty. It’s faster to make too because you don’t need to cook any rice beforehand!

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Sambal Lala

by Edwan S., on Fri, July 15, 2016
AsianChinese

This is a hawker favourite! Fresh lala (clams) cooked in a tart and hot sambal sounds delicious just about anytime. Quick and addictive, this recipe is sure to impress your family and friends when you cook it. Put it in the middle of a table and watch the empty shells pile up!

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Bubur Kacang Hijau

by Edwan S., on Wed, July 13, 2016
AsianMalay

Ah, a perennial Malaysian favourite. There are many versions but here’s a basic but yummy bubur kacang recipe that is delicious served hot or cold. Don’t forget to use the best gula melaka you can find!

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Begedel

by Afra Taidin, on Mon, July 04, 2016
AsianMalay

Begedels are a popular side dish in Malay cooking. You can eat it with rice or add it in soto. They’re basically Asian potato cakes. Mash potatoes are combined with meat, chicken or fish, formed into balls and then coated with egg prior to frying to create a crispy brown crust. Golden on the outside, fluffy on the inside, fry up these perfect begedels today!

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Soto Ayam

by Afra Taidin, on Mon, July 04, 2016
AsianMalay

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.

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Karipap

by Afra Taidin, on Mon, June 27, 2016
Asian

Spicy meats with a hint of curry and hearty potatoes are encased in golden flaky pastry to create this popular Malaysian kuih. Karipap ( currypuff ) is savoury, delicious and satisfying. They’re also easy to make, the crimping might be a challenge for a newbie, but just keep practicing, and you’ll be an expert soon enough. Make a batch today and have it for iftar or sahur.

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