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    Chicken Katsu Curry

    by Lisa K. on Thu, January 24, 2019

    Chicken Katsu Curry is a Japanese staple of Crispy Chicken served with Rice and Curry sauce. You can get the curry blocks from supermarkets and choose the spice level: Mild, hot and extra hot. Cooks in only half an hour, this no-tumis…  More »

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    Kimchi Fried Rice

    by Lisa K. on Tue, January 22, 2019

    Got some dry and cold leftover rice sitiing in the fridge? Don’t throw those out because you can make some awesome Kimchi Fried Rice out of it. It is dead easy and it is kind of healthy as well. I wasn’t really a Kimchi…  More »

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    Hainanese Chicken Chop

    by Lisa K. on Thu, January 10, 2019

    Hainanese Chicken Chop is one of the greatest recipe creations ever. This classic dish is usually found in Kopitiams but it is one of those dishes you have to learn how to cook. The key is good marinade and good sauce. Try it out!…  More »

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    Odeng Party @ Home

    by Lisa K. on Wed, December 26, 2018

    End of the year holiday season is the best time for family gatherings and parties. Which also means there are lots of mouths to feed. Serve up some home-style Odeng. It is simple to prepare and everyone can help themselves. No need…  More »

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    Milo Fried Chicken & Budu Mayo

    by Lisa K. on Tue, December 11, 2018

    This recipe is an homage to myByrgerLab’s creation. They debuted their funky creation during Ayam Lejen II 2018 and it was a big hit, selling out on both days. So out of sheer curiosity, we tried to recreate this recipe and we…  More »

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    Som Tam

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 27, 2018

    Som Tam is a popular Thai salad with lots of flavour, spice and attitude. It is essentially shredded young papaya with nuts, tomatoes, long beans, dried shrimp with a killer dressing that hits all your tastebuds - sweet, sour, spicy…  More »

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    Pad Gaprow

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 27, 2018

    Pad means stir fry and Gaprow means holy basil. This super famous dish is found all over Thailand and usually served together with hot rice and a crispy egg. It is fragrant and slightly spicy, Pad Gaprow is delightfully easy to make…  More »

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    Indomie Burger

    by Lisa K. on Tue, November 20, 2018

    Here is a recipe for you bujangs, uni/college kids out there. Yes I am sure you can cook something way more sophisticated than this but let’s have a little cheeky fun and try out this ridiculous guilty pleasure. OK la.. throw in…  More »

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    MINYAK MASAK ALIF: Chicken Karrage

    by Lisa K. on Mon, November 05, 2018

    Before popcorn chicken became a hit, there was Chickan Karrage. The Japanese created it and like all Japanese made items, they made it really good! What’s not to love about small bite sized juicy pieces of fried chicken?? Served…  More »

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    MINYAK ALIF: Korean Style Spicy Honey Butter Wings

    by Lisa K. on Tue, October 30, 2018

    Want to cook up some Korean style fried chicken at home without all that confusing Korean ingredients? Then THIS is the recipe for you! Using basic kitchen staples and some Minyak ALIF, you can whip up some sticky, spicy and sweet…  More »

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    Vietnamese Prawn Spring Rolls

    by Lisa K. on Thu, September 13, 2018

    Vietnamese Spring Rolls are non-cooked spring rolls that are super healthy and great snacks to have. They are visually appealing snacks but pretty much plain on its own. The flavour relies on the freshness of ingredients and it needs…  More »

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    MERDEKA SPECIAL: Devil’s Chicken Curry recipe courtesy of Celine J. Marbeck

    by Lisa K. on Tue, August 28, 2018

    We are in the final week of our #Merdeka #MakanMuhibah food celebration. This time we are ‘seeing red’ in this wonderful Portugese Devil’s Curry popular in Kristang (Malacaan Portugese Community) cuisine. The name itself should…  More »