I like to cook the meat together with the rice because you can use one pot and the flavour of the meat will infuse into the rice making it richer and more fragrant. Then I’ll serve it with a jelatah (sweet-sour cucumber salad). More »
This is so simple that anyone can do it even if they have absolutely no cooking experience. If you know how to brew coffee and scoop ice cream you’re good to go! More »
We got some fabulous ikan merah for this stew but you can use any fish that has firm flesh. If you add in prawns, mussels and squid you’ll have a seafood stew on your hands! More »
You can do an alcoholic version by using Kahlua or Baileys in the stage where you soak your lady fingers. Just a touch will do! You can also make individual servings of this in beautiful martini glasses if you’re having a course… More »
We decided to go Greek on this fish and just grill them. With a bit of lemon, a meal of this will transport you on a sun drenched terrace, with an azure sea in the background. More »
This is extremely simple and yet delicious. You can customise it by adding in caramelised onions, sauteed mushrooms, or even sliced peppers. More »
Extremely simple to whip up for guests but is a sure fire crowd pleaser! Who doesn’t love melty cheese? More »
Whip up a pot of this for your next gathering and your guests will be sure to thank you with huge grins on their faces. Delicious! More »
Making a pengat is really simple and we have all the great ingredients here. Next time you are having guests for tea, cook up a batch. It’s definitely faster than rustling up a cake. More »
This is a comforting and delicious way to enjoy corn. Usually in Malay households it’s served during teatime or as a sweet after meals. More »
This is so easy to whip up and it’s a lovely teatime treat…it’s not light and fluffy like most cakes but more sponge like…Mmmm… More »
While it took about 8hours of slow cooking on the stove it was worth it. The beans are tender and full of flavour. I don’t think I can ever go back to the store bought variety again. More »
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