Warm and nourishing, Soto Ayam is an Asian chicken soup that is brimming with spices and aromatics. A definite crowd-pleaser and an ideal dish for family gatherings. More »
A Raya must have! Lodeh is a medley of vegetables cooked in a savoury coconut broth that goes well with pretty much any Raya dish on the table. 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 »
This is an all time favourite lauk for many Malaysians when it comes to mixed rice. Heck, it was a hot seller with nasi lemak at I EAT NASI LEMAK 2014 too when two vendors from Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan brought it to the event. Easy… More »
Nasi Minyak is an aromatic rice, served with either a beef or chicken gulai. It is usually made for special occasions like during Hari Raya, weddings and Ramadhan. Yes the list of ingredients is quite long but bear with me, it is so… More »
This is a good quick buka recipe because it uses boneless chicken. Plus the fragrance from lemon grass and kaffir lime leaves just makes it so wonderful! More »
Once in a while I get this craving for a feel good bubur pulut. Rich and lush bubur stirred in fresh creamy coconut milk with essence of fresh pandan leaves. I used a pressure cooker for this recipe to cut the cooking time in half. More »
Food prices in bazar Ramadhan is not exactly cheap these days. Above RM8 for Roti John is a bit nuts if you ask me. Might as well do it at home, you get more value for your money! More »
Somsom is an Asian version of Panna Cotta made out of rice flour custard and doused in gula melaka syrup. This dairy-free kuih is smooth and velvety, best eaten hot or cold. More »
This is a snack made from sago, sugar, coconut and gula melaka steamed in banana leaves. Back in the day, they used to make a big batch of this and give it out during a gotong royong, so it is kinda like a power bar your Atok used… More »
This wonderful kuih comes from the heartland of Perak. Subtly sweet from ripen pumpkin and firm, it gets its signature aroma from grated coconut and the banana leaf it is steamed in. An awesome time time treat! More »
A love child between a flat pie and a murtabak. It even looks like a pizza that has a pastry top. Traditionally Roti Boyan just has an egg and onion filling, but there are new innovations with different meat fillings and even cheese! More »
Gulai lemak is such an easy local dish to prepare, and truly delicious to boot. The best thing is about this recipe is that it’s pretty fool-proof. This striking yellow gulai will brighten up your meal. Best with hot white rice! More »
I reckon this is one of the best local desserts we have in Malaysia, 3 simple components joined together to make an amazing treat. Use good quality gula Melaka, it makes a huge difference and it is definitely a crowd pleaser. Brilliant… More »
Mr.Khan and his siblings started their Cendol business in Sungai Petani, Kedah and had a good following there. After he got married, Mr. Khan decided to move to Kuala Lumpur and started serving up his handmade bowl of snowy cendol… More »
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