Fry up some cakoi to make these crunchy prawn-filled snacks. We up the ante by pairing them with a zingy wasabi mayo dip. These are so addictively tasty, once you start you can’t stop. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. More »
Thick sweet and tangy sauce dresses up crispy chicken tenders resulting in a richly flavoured dish that is so easy to whip up. This is also a great way to use up any leftover veg that you have in your fridge. More »
Charred and smoky, char kway teow is a popular Malaysian street food dish. To get the ‘wok hei’ taste, you do have to cook it over a high flame but if that’s not something you can do, don’t worry, it will still… More »
This is such an easy recipe to whip up especially when you’re pressed for time. Fried garlic flavours the rice and gives it an aromatic taste. If you’re looking for a quick dinner, this would be a perfect option. More »
Kailan is also known as Chinese broccoli because of its similar taste to broccoli. It also has a slight bitterness that goes perfectly with fried salted fish. More »
Salted egg creates a lovely golden crust that is so finger-lickin’ good. Crisp and rich, the sweet flesh of the crab gets an extra boost of flavour from the salty creaminess of the eggs. More »
Sesame seeds give this chicken a wonderful nutty taste and a great crunchy texture. This chicken is so finger-lickin’ good that your family and friends will want you to make it all the time! More »
This is a simple and easy recipe. You can whip this dish up in a jiffy for dinner on a busy work night. Soft tofu in a thick egg sauce is delicious and satisfying when served with a hot plate of rice. More »
If you’re having a party and you’d like a unique dish to impress your friends with this fried treat is a crowd pleaser. The crisp salty skin and moist flesh will have them drooling. More »
If you’ve got some leftover rice sitting around the house this is a great tasty way to use it up. This is simple to whip up and is a satisfying and filling meal. More »
Scallops in their half shell are an impressive sight. These are simple to bake but your guests will be asking for more. They are sweet and salty, perfect with the crisp broccoli. More »
Don’t be fooled by some of the ingredients. This is meant to be a dessert, a tong sui of sorts. The flavour is interesting and it can be eaten either warm or cold. More »
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