Tom Yum soup is a must have when you’re enjoying Thai food. Not only it is good, all that galangal, lemongrass and lime leaves used to make it is actually good for you. Here is a good base recipe for you to try and you can always… More »
Crispy fried fish drenched in sweet and sour sauce. This is the kind of dinner that is so puas hati and great for sharing too! More »
We love rice noodle salads, refreshing, light and goes superbly with any protein you fancy. This is a Vietnamese rice noodle salad so it has a fish sauce dressing and lots of Asian herbs in it. It has a crunch and slurpi-ness to it… More »
Cooking crabs doesn’t have to be complicated. The flesh itself is sweet and succulent, you need only a few simple ingredients to highlight it. In this recipe, the sticky coconut sauce sticks to the shells, you’ll be licking off… More »
There are many wonderful and delicious variations of Ikan Bakar out there. This one is my favourite and simple to make at home. Plus the sambal can be used for various seafood dishes as well. More »
This dry style curry prawns cooks in only 5 minutes and it is full of flavour. I always suggest to leave the heads and shell on to get the extra prawny goodness. More »
Crispy Calamaris are so addictive and easy to make. You can marinade it with any herbs and spices you fancy. If you see fresh large squid in your market, buy some and give this a go! More »
Similar to our own Ayam Masak Kicap, Ayam Semur is an Indonesian stew made out of sweet soy sauce and a variety of spices. The most distinctive flavour is from the use of cloves and nutmeg. There are many variations available, tweaked… More »
Pad Thai noodles are a Thailand street food staple and can be found everywhere. Try your hand in making this delicious noodles at home. You’d love it! More »
These noodles are so tasty and addictive. The zing from the Tom Yum paste paired with the freshness of the kaffir lime leaves works a treat! Spice it up with some freshly cut chillies and enjoy with a plate of crunchy fish crackers.… More »
This is actually ‘faux’ nasi goreng because there are no rice at all in the recipe. Cauliflower is a good substitute as it has lesser calories, carbs and fat. So, yes, it won’t taste exactly the same, but the flavour… More »
Begedels are a popular side dish in Malay cooking. You can eat it with rice or add it in soto. They’re basically Asian potato cakes. Mash potatoes are combined with meat, chicken or fish, formed into balls and then coated with… More »
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