My face just pucker up and when I think of the delights of Asam Pedas. Tangy savoury broth perfumed with laksa leaves which gives it the signature flavour. Fish is the most common protein used for this dish but we gave it a go with… More »
This dish needs no introduction. Rendang is a Raya staple and loved by Malaysians and there are many variations using chicken, duck, cockles and offal. This beef recipe is the dry version with fresh herbs and you can enjoy it… More »
A medley of vegetables cooked in a savoury coconut broth that goes well with pretty much any Malay dish on the table. More »
Nasi Minyak is usually served for special occasions like Raya and weddings but you can cook this as a weekend treat as well. Yes the list of ingredients is quite long but bear with me, it is so simple to make and the ingredients are… More »
There are many variations of Ayam Masak Merah out there and this is one of my favourites. The fragrance from the lemon grass and kaffir life leaves just makes it so wonderful! More »
Pulut Sotong is a very traditional Terengganu tea time snack enjoyed by the rich and royal household since 1900s. This dish has survived till today with the recipe remains pretty much unchanged. It is essentially fresh squid stuffed… More »
Ayam Percik is found at every Ramadhan food bazaar and it is a staple dish to have during the holy month. Here is a simple take on the most beloved BBQ chicken. More »
Originally an Indonesian classic, this dish has worked its magic onto our dining tables. Black, sticky and savoury. Deng! It is so good! More »
You can pretty much find bubur lambuk in any food bazaar throughout the holy month of Ramadhan. This recipe is the East Coast version, filled with lovely fresh fish and abundance of fresh herbs. Yummy in your tummy! More »
This recipe originated from a village in Ulu Terengganu and it is a family favourite. The sauce is so tasty, you will lick up every morsel of it. You can do a recipe sans tempoyak if you are not a fan. But we encourage you to try! More »
Who doesn’t love fresh squid cooked in a thick, spicy and savoury sauce? Good to eat with hot rice or Nasi Lemak! More »
Ikan bakar or skate is a lovely, meaty fish that takes on spices and flavour well. This simple recipe will get you grilling delicious fish in no time. Pair it with our tasty air asam for extra kick! More »
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