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Kek Gula Hangus

by Farah D., on Wed, July 15, 2015
Malay

‘Gula Hangus’ literally translates to ‘burnt sugar’, the name given to the cake due to the addition of ‘burnt sugar’ (caramel) into its batter. The cake has a lovely springy honeycomb-like texture and slightly bitter, dark caramel flavour. It is simple to make, great for afternoon tea or even your Hari Raya open house. Try this!

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Spicy Lamb Cutlet Curry

by Edwan S., on Mon, July 13, 2015
Malay

Raya is almost here! We’re sure you guys are getting ready to prepare the Raya classics such as lemang and rendang. Why not add to your repertoire with this rich, decadent and spicy curry using amazing lamb cutlets? Tender, juicy lamb is browned then braised with aubergines in the curry ‘kuah’. Come on, Raya is a time to indulge after all. Try this at home, serve it with some rice pilaf or even plain ol’ ketupat and watch as your family and guests rave over it!

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Pisang Goreng Cheese

by Edwan S., on Tue, January 27, 2015
Malay

Pisang goreng cheese, or banana fritters with cheese, are ALL the rage right now in the Klang Valley. This sinfully sticky and delicious snack is simple deep fried battered bananas like we’ve always known and loved. But on top, the hot bananas get a generous shaving of creamy cheese, drizzles of honey and grated chocolate or chocolate sauce. An amazing tea time treat!

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Simple Cucur Bawang

by Edwan S., on Fri, January 02, 2015
Malay

Make this easy peasy onion fritters for a simple, light weekend snack. Perfect with tea and some sweet and spicy chilli sauce.

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Sambal Goreng Ikan Keli

by Edwan S., on Tue, November 11, 2014
Malay

This is an all time favourite lauk for many Malaysians when it comes to mixed rice. Heck, it was a hot seller with nasi lemak at I EAT NASI LEMAK 2014 too when two vendors from Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan brought it to the event. Easy to see why: it’s cheap (ikan keli/catfish is one of the cheapest fishes you can buy!) and damn tasty. So of course we had to make our own.

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Nasi Lemak Burger

by Foodster X, on Thu, October 16, 2014
BurgersMalay

Yup, we made a nasi lemak burger once. It’s a great way to eat nasi lemak and sure to get people talking if you ever serve one of these. Cooking with the pulut rice we were able to shape the rice into buns giving it a bit of burger appeal. Think of it as our own version of yakiniku rice burger with snazzy insides.

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Brown Rice Nasi Lemak

by Honey Ahmad, on Mon, September 01, 2014
Malay

This nasi lemak Monday, we’re bringing you a brown rice nasi lemak recipe. We’ve tried it and found it delicious! Brown rice gives a nutty dimension to the dish that when mixed with pandan leaves, ginger and a splash of light santan can hold it’s own with sambal. It’s not only a healthier option but can seriously be something you will grow to enjoy. Just remember to eat it hot because it does dry up quicker than normal rice when cold.

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