What to Cook

Easy Fish Fillet Noodles

by Edwan S., on Fri, February 27, 2015
Chinese

Fish noodles are very popular in Malaysia. The more famous version uses fried Garoupa fish heads, but that’s expensive. We’ve made a cut price version that tastes just as nice. This recipe makes a great alternative to having rice for lunch.

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Simple Nian Gao

by Ainur Aqil, on Tue, February 17, 2015
Chinese

Nian Gao, the sticky-sweet cake served largely during Chinese New Year traditionally takes a long time to make. While we are all for keeping cherished recipes and spending quality kitchen time with family, sometimes you do want a short cut (we can’t wait to eat it!) so it’s not too intimidating for first-timers. Try out our simple version using palm sugar (hence why it’s a darker colour) with a shorter steaming time. Most importantly, it’s delicious!

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‘Wang Lai’ Soft & Chewy Cookies

by Edwan S., on Wed, February 11, 2015
ChineseDessert

Usher in good luck and make your tastebuds happy with these yummy and super easy to make ‘Wang Lai’ cookies. They’re tender and packed with pineapples. These also make a good gift when packed neatly in a cute jar. So get baking and give these out to your friends to spread some Chinese New Year cheer..

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Velvet Chicken with Snow Peas

by Edwan S., on Mon, April 29, 2013
Chinese

Velvet chicken is poaching your chicken in a stir-fry so that is yields juicy pieces of meat, good enough to rival anything at your local Chinese eatery. We added snowpeas for a contrast crunch to the soft chooks.

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Fast Chilli Crabs

by Sjaiful A., on Thu, January 10, 2013
Chinese

Who doesn’t like chilli crabs? We do realise that it’s a bit pernickety to cook crustaceans but this recipe is super simple, quick and easy to remember since the sauce uses 3 of everything.

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Fried Cakoi with Wasabi Mayo

by Ryan G, on Thu, January 03, 2013
Chinese

Fry up some cakoi to make these crunchy prawn-filled snacks. We up the ante by pairing them with a zingy wasabi mayo dip. These are so addictively tasty, once you start you can’t stop. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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Sweet and Sour Chicken

by Sjaiful A., on Wed, November 28, 2012
Chinese

Thick sweet and tangy sauce dresses up crispy chicken tenders resulting in a richly flavoured dish that is so easy to whip up. This is also a great way to use up any leftover veg that you have in your fridge.

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