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 »
There is nothing more delicious than tender ribs slathered in a sweet and spicy dry rub. We decided to sub out the traditional molasses and use Gula Melaka instead and it turned out simply divine. More »
Makes about 1 cup, keeps in the fridge for about 2 weeks in a tightly sealed jar. More »
I was suspicious of these at the beginning, as I thought they would be too heavy. However, they turned out less muak than I thought, with a great peppery aftertaste. And who doesn’t like a dish with a fancy French word… More »
Fancy something different for lunch? Get a taste of the Mediterranean by trying out this gorgeous tomato recipe. More »
“Musty” and “delicious” shouldn’t go in the same sentence, but it does here, tasting somewhere between the flavours of cuttlefish and raw ikan bilis. The spiciness of the chilli boh really lifts yet grounds the dish. More »
This spicy Korean pickled squid (ojinguh jut) packs a lot of flavour, so eat it sparingly as a side dish to compliment your meal. Make sure you rinse it well after it sits in the salt if not you’ll end up with a rubbery salty strip… More »
This dish has a sort of Mediterranean feel to it and the delicate flavours are a treat. While we didn’t cook it this way, you can use white wine in place of the chicken stock for a more complex taste. More »
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