We always get queries for good Halal Chinese food especially delicious dishes like roast duck, dimsum and hand-pulled noodles. There are now quite a lot of Chinese Muslim restaurants around the valley.… More »
A Chinese stir fry is one of the quickest ways to cook your meal. There are endless varieties of ingredients you can add in and it is also one of the best ways to finish off the little bits of vegetables you have sitting in your fridge.… More »
Who doesn’t love wontons? We love these little parcels stuffed with flavourful chicken to celebrate the upcoming Rooster year. And you will too! This recipe is pretty versatile too. If you don’t like ‘em steamed, then… More »
Try these crispy bite sized chicken smothered in sesame sauce with a side of fresh steamed broccoli for CNY. We think that this makes a great everyday dish too, simple to whip up and very satisfying with a bowl of white or brown rice. More »
Succulent chicken, toasted cashew nuts and onions in a spicy and fragrant Szechuan sauce. Throw in some Szechuan peppers if you can find them to get that pleasant numbing buzz as you dig into this flavourful dish. Or else you can use… More »
Located in the most unassuming place, this little gem of a shop is located below Pangsapuri Merak at Bukit Idaman. Don’t be fooled by its mundane appearance as it is usually packed after work hours and we recommend you to call and… More »
Stir fries are super quick and super easy to make. You could use leftover bits of vegetables and meat in your fridge and whip up something tasty in a jiffy and never waste leftovers and scraps of food again. Give this recipe a try… More »
This is a hawker favourite! Fresh lala (clams) cooked in a tart and hot sambal sounds delicious just about anytime. Quick and addictive, this recipe is sure to impress your family and friends when you cook it. Put it in the middle… More »
Here is an easy (and halal!) version of a popular Chinese hawker dish. It’s quick, filling and great for the whole family to enjoy. Serve it as a laid-back lunch for those lazy weekends at home. More »
Here’s a favourite of many a Chinese restaurant. Kung Pao Chicken is dish from the Szechuan province in China. There are many variations throughout the world nowadays, but they always feature chicken, nuts and chilli peppers.… More »
Fish noodles are very popular in Malaysia. The more famous version uses fried Garoupa fish heads, but that’s expensive. We’ve made a cut price version that tastes just as nice. This recipe makes a great alternative to having… More »
Nian Gao, the sticky-sweet cake served largely during Chinese New Year traditionally takes a long time to make. While we are all for keeping cherished recipes and spending quality kitchen time with family, sometimes you do want a short… More »
Shihlin actually refers to Shihlin Night Market in Taipei, Taiwan. It is to Taipei what Jalan Alor or Kampung Bharu is to KL: foodie heaven! So Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks has brought to our lovely capital some of Taipei's favourite… More »
Velvet chicken is poaching your chicken in a stir-fry so that is yields juicy pieces of meat, good enough to rival anything at your local Chinese eatery. We added snowpeas for a contrast crunch to the soft chooks. More »
Who doesn’t like chilli crabs? We do realise that it’s a bit pernickety to cook crustaceans but this recipe is super simple, quick and easy to remember since the sauce uses 3 of everything. More »
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