What to Cook

Seafood Bisque

by Foodster X, on Wed, June 10, 2015
Western

A ‘bisque’ is almost always a thick, luscious soup made from shellfish stock. Despite the fancy name, it’s pretty easy to make. You don’t even need exotic seafood to do it. Regular prawns, some ikan kerisi and squid is enough to do the trick. This is a great cold-weather soup. It’ll warm you right to the bones.

 More »

What to Cook

Steak with Warm Mushroom &  Cherry Tomato Salad

by Edwan S., on Tue, June 09, 2015
Western

A good steak doesn’t need much: salt, pepper, maybe a bit of mustard. That’s already delicious enough. But there’s no harm in serving a lovely steak with some sides. In this case, this warm mushroom and cherry tomato ‘salad’ really brings out the umami flavour of the steak, ensuring your every bite is juicy and oh-so-beefy. Get that skillet hot and make one today.

 More »

What to Cook

Spicy Chicken Kabobs with Cucumber-Tomato Salad & Garlic Sauce

by Edwan S., on Fri, June 05, 2015
Western

Kabobs are probably satay’s sexy second cousin. Juicy chunks of meat are skewered and grilled or BBQ-ed until slightly charred on the outside and perfectly cooked within. Try making this simple chicken version that’s spiced with cumin and paprika for a tasty light meal. Mind you, you might end up wanting to make more once you’re through with this!

 More »

What to Cook

Spicy Chicken Tenders with Honey Mustard

by Edwan S., on Tue, April 07, 2015
Western

Everyone loves fried chicken! This recipe is a super tasty treat. Despite the name, they’re not THAT spicy so kids can enjoy this too. It’s easy and quick to make, and makes a great light meal or snack. The honey mustard makes a delicious sweet and tangy dip. Of course, you can use whole chicken pieces and make some great fried chicken too.

 More »

What to Cook

Black Pepper Roasted Chicken with Roasted Veg

by Edwan S., on Wed, April 01, 2015
Western

Roast chicken? Good. Black pepper? Good! This is a kick-ass roasted chicken recipe that packs a huuuge flavour punch. The key here is to get the skin crispy and the meat juicy and fully cooked at the same time. The honey roasted veggies are a delicious accompaniment to the succulent chicken. Make this today; it’s actually a super simple recipe!

 More »

What to Cook

Chicken Escalopes with Roasted Vegetables

by Edwan S., on Tue, February 24, 2015
Western

Golden crusted and savoury, this chicken escalope (escalope: a piece of meat that has been flattened and thinned out with a meat tenderizer… or rolling pin) makes a lovely, delicious lunch or light dinner. Served with the roasted vegetables and a light salad, it’s quite healthy too. A perfect meal for to have with friends and family.

 More »

What to Cook

Onion Confit Pasta Olio

by Edwan S., on Wed, December 03, 2014
Western

The onions in this recipe are slow cooked until brown and crispy, then mixed into boiled pasta with some crispy breadcrumbs and fresh cherry tomatoes. Savoury and sweet, this recipe makes a great light meal.

 More »

     
Advertisement

Let’s Eat-lah with Hong Leong Bank

Let’s Eat-lah with Hong Leong Bank

10.00 mins

9 Special Dish from 9 Trucks!


Meet the I Eat Nasi Lemak 2014 Heroes

Meet the I Eat Nasi Lemak 2014 Heroes

10:00mins

I Eat Nasi Lemak is Back!


Cheese, Coffees & Pizzas by GREAT Foodpreneurs

Cheese, Coffees & Pizzas by GREAT Foodpreneurs

5:00 mins

GREAT Foodpreneurs doin' Great Stuff


I Eat Burgers Thanks Everyone!

I Eat Burgers Thanks Everyone!

3:00 mins

Thank you for rocking I Eat Burgers 2014.


How-To Know Good Cencalok

How-To Know Good Cencalok

1.00 mins

Simple tips on how to pick the good briny stuff