Use super ripe bananas for this recipe. Preferably the ones with plenty of black spots on the skin. This will give your pancakes an awesome banana-y flavor! More »
Nasi Lemak has survive throughout the years as Malaysia's no.1 breakfast. So it's no wonder that many try to find some uniqueness when serving it up. Here at Appu Curry House, instead of coming up with a different interpretation like… More »
Roti Canai Beratur is located in the middle of a housing area in Taman Meranti Gombak. It's unassuming like any other restaurant that serves breakfast, except for the legions of patrons dining at the eatery. More »
At Ibu Nasi Lemak, there’s an array of kuehs to choose from, as well as kway teow goreng and fried beehoon but the main crowd-puller is their nasi lemak. The rice has a hint of coconut, cooked with just enough liquid to allow the… More »
This is a hugely satisfying Middle-Eastern recipe. Eggs are poached in a tomato sauce until perfectly cooked. It’s hearty, satisfying and very delicious. Makes a perfect breakfast or brunch, too. Make sure you have plenty of… More »
Lots of cafes in and around KL nowadays have some form of a yogurt parfait on the menu. Make one of your own with this simple version. It’s a great quick snack or breakfast, with yummy, creamy yogurt, tart berries, crunchy muesli… More »
Looking for something different for breakfast? Wrapped up in fragrant banana leaf, bright yellow and steamed to perfection, Kak Ana’s Pulut Kuning is a dish that is a great alternative to the usual nasi lemak. Coming from a long… More »
If it was up to me, every meal of the day would be breakfast: toast, eggs and some sort of savoury, salty processed meat is a combo that tough to beat. This is why I get super stoked at places that offer all-day-breakfasts (how I wish… More »
It is the age of the hip (and hipster) cafe and The Morning After is another in a long line of hip (and hipster) cafes. Thankfully, it's one of the places that has had some effort and thought put into the menu. Yes, they have coffees… More »
Crêpes are thin pancakes made from a liquid batter. They are very versatile because you can fill them with anything you like and have them as a starter or as a light meal. Of course, we like them sweet. This one is filled with strawberry… More »
If Malaysia had a national drink, it would be teh tarik. The pulling or ‘tarik’ action used by mamaks help to cool down the brew. What’s great about this technique is not only does it cools the drink down, it also… More »
Ahh… lepat pisang, many have asked where the best is sold. The best of course is one you make yourself. Try this killer recipe that’s dead easy too! More »
Fry these up and kick back with a cup of teh tarik. They aren’t too difficult to make and once you start you won’t be able to stop. They’re that good! Life is sweet indeed… More »
This is a fab way to make use of extra nuts or raisins in your cupboard. Grab a tray, scatter your nuts, then pour on a sugary chocolate syrup. Let it cool, break it into piece and much away. More »
We love testing out new gadgets, especially if we got to eat the test subject after! More »
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