Everyone should have a go to sambal ikan bills recipe. It is one of the essentials of being Malaysian. If you don’t have, here’s one of ours. To us, a good sambal is not too oily, savoury with a hint of sweetness. Mash… More »
In my pursuit to learn how to cook my favourite dishes, Gulai Tempoyak looms large. I came to tempoyak late in the game, more obsessed with sambal tumis growing up but when I started, taste genes that… More »
We’re back again solving your Monday Makan Blues, we all have been there when the clock slowly approach the lunch hour and that one guy in the cubicle right behind you will shout “Eh Lunch Mana?”.… More »
22 degrees! Hot damn, we are in sweater weather. On a day like this all you want to do is cuddle up in a warm blanket and enjoy something delicious and warm. Seriously all we could think about in our freezing… More »
“Eh Lunch Mana?” has always been the age old question as the clock slowly approach the lunch hour. To save you from the fuss of figuring out on where to beat the Monday blues, we’ve made a compilation… More »
Everyone has a late night nasi lemak joint that never lets them down. Whether it's the 24-hour nasi lemak bungkus at 223 or a midnight fried chicken at Bumbung, there's always a nasi lemak within easy reach in KL. Well mine is at Studio… More »
Ayam Masak Merah is a dish loved by Malaysians of all ages and there are many variations available out there. This version we made was sans tomato ketchup but we replace it with a good jarred tomato sauce or you can use passata. We… More »
The story goes that Hj. Samuri’s wife is a descendent of Tasmin Sakiban from Java, Indonesia, who arrived in Kajang in 1914. The satay business was then pioneered here in 1917 and that would explain why they have the largest establishment… More »
How lucky are we to have a long break this weekend! Many of us will balik kampong to celebrate the blessed Hari Raya Qurban with our families and there will be lots of meat distributed around the community. More »
I don’t often recommend a Malay-style chicken rice, preferring the Chinese version more but well I make an exception for Nasi Ayam Mash. When I asked a Keramat boy why this chicken rice is on everyone’s list he just said simply,… More »
Nasi Lemak is without a doubt our national dish, each state has their own take and twists on their nasi lemak. The nasi lemak at this small stall in Taman Sri Gombak is highly influenced by the notheren state of Perak. 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 »
Liza sells her nasi biriyani, pilau rice and capati just outside her corner house at SS15, at a makeshift stall. Located at the intersection of SS15/5B and SS15/5G, look out for a small humble hut with plenty of handwritten signs on… More »
Often when I visit Terengganu, after a nasi dagang fix, I stop by the roadside for a good ‘Ganu Nasi Lemak. This is a small packet of rice, well-seasoned but not too rich served with a chunk of ikan tongkol and sambal. Gosh I love… More »
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 »
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