• What to CookIndian

    Fish Curry with Eggplant and Okra

    by Edwan S. on Thu, December 10, 2015

    This spicy and tart version of fish curry does not use any coconut milk. Instead, the tender eggplants and okra (lady fingers) lend a lovely creaminess to the dish. Delicious with a plate of hot white rice and sambal belachan on the…  More »

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    Easy Chicken Vindaloo

    by Edwan S. on Tue, April 14, 2015

    Vindaloo is a dish with origins from Goa, India. But it’s best known in its British curry house form all around the world. This version is easy to make but still packs a great punch from the spices and a rich, lingering heat.…  More »

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    Spicy Honey Fried Chicken

    by Edwan S. on Tue, September 03, 2013

    This is our take on those succulent sweet ‘ayam madu’ much loved by briyani enthusiasts. Use small cuts of chicken so it fries faster or even boneless thighs or breasts. Then make a ridiculous honeyed spicy glaze using…  More »

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    Egg Briyani

    by Honey on Fri, March 08, 2013

    We love the toss everything in a pot type of recipe. Also known as egg bukhara, this heart-warming dish is fragrant with spices but gently so. Top it with fresh mint to be transported to the days of Caravanserais.  More »

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    Sambar Dhal

    by Buvaneswari on Mon, November 12, 2012

    Hearty and fulfilling, sambar dhal is a spicy vegetable stew that will warm your tummy and keep it satisfied. Dhal and assorted vegetables are cooked with a myriad of spices making this an ideal accompaniment for chapati and tosai.  More »

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    by Buvaneswari on Thu, November 08, 2012

    Golden, crispy and flavourful, it’s no wonder that these spicy tidbits are so addictive. We used muruku powder to simplify the recipe. Muruku powder is made up of rice powder and a mixture of ground spices. It can be bought at…  More »

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    Egg Curry

    by Buvaneswari on Tue, November 06, 2012

    Give new life to boiled eggs by cooking them in a curry gravy. Spices infuse the eggs making them yummy and flavourful. We’re kinda shameless when it comes to recipes so we got this one from Aunty Buvaneswari, our social media…  More »

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    Ayam Goreng Mamak

    by Sjaiful A. on Thu, September 13, 2012

    This fried chicken is a famous staple at Indian-Muslim ( mamak ) joints across Malaysia. Crispy, juicy and bursting with spices, it’s sinful and greasy but so freakin’ delicious which makes it simply irresistible.  More »

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    Mutton Varuval

    by Sjaiful A. on Tue, May 22, 2012

    Mutton Varuval is a dry curry dish. The meat is cooked until the gravy almost dries up. Spices like fennel seed and cumin seed are used to infuse the mutton with their spicy flavours.  More »

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    Simple Fish Curry

    by Alexa P. on Thu, March 29, 2012

    This quick curry is great for when you’re in need of something spicy. The flavours are bold and you can eat this on its own with rice for a delicious meal.  More »

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    Basic Madras Curry Paste

    by Honey on Tue, October 18, 2011

    Recently I’ve been making my own curry paste. It’s cool because you can control how spicy or pungent you want it to be. This particular paste I discovered makes an awesome curry laksa too!  More »

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    The Healthier Canai

    by Honey on Mon, April 18, 2011

    Just because you decided to start eating healthier doesn’t mean you need to deprive yourself of roti canai. This recipe yields such delicious roti that you won’t even miss the ghee!  More »

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