• What to CookWestern

    One Pot Bolognaise

    by Lisa K. on Tue, August 15, 2017

    Its weekday and to be honest, no one wants to spend 4 hours making Bolognaise sauce from scratch. We found a cheat’s way to prepare this meal in only 25 minutes, without using any bottled sauces. Achievement unlocked!  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    Lamb Ragu

    by Edwan S. on Tue, September 06, 2016

    A hearty ragu with pasta is one of the best comfort foods ever. A ragu is basically… well, a thick sauce ala bolognaise. But use your imagination and creativity to make different kinds and surprise yourself with how delicious…  More »

  • What to CookBurgers

    Healthy Zucchini Burger

    by Afra Taidin on Tue, July 26, 2016

    These burgers are not only healthier compared to the regular ones but they’re also a cinch to make. Zucchinis make the patties juicier as well. These burgers are kinder to your waist and they’re delicious too. It’s…  More »

  • Food Articles Chef-In-Residence

    Beef 2 Ways: Making The Best of Cheap Beef

    by Edwan S. on Fri, December 25, 2015

    2015 will probably - unfortunately - be remembered as the year where so many things went up in price for many Malaysians. Eating out is a tad pricier now, but fret not; it's always better (in all ways!)…  More »

  • Where To Eat

    Meatpoint TTDI

    by Edwan S. on Fri, September 18, 2015

    For meat lovers there is no better place to meet up but Meatpoint. See what I did there? Okay nevermind. The important thing is that independent steak shops (you know, the ones not belonging to chains) are fast becoming a thing in…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Prawn and Beef Stir-fry

    by Edwan S. on Tue, September 30, 2014

    Surf and turf in culinary terms refers to a dish that mixes seafood (the surf) and meat (the turf) together. The most popular kind is a steak with a lobster tail on the side. But we decided to give it an Asian twist and make a savoury…  More »

  • What to CookWestern

    The Optimus Lamb Burger

    by Edwan S. on Thu, September 18, 2014

    We made this burger for a TV show sometime back, and now we’re sharing it here! This lamb burger is seriously super delicious and dead-simple to make. It’s so good we named it after a robot!  More »

  • What to CookBurgers

    Ramen Burger

    by Edwan S. on Fri, October 25, 2013

    Ramen Burgers are the craze right now in the States. It’s not too far-fetched, afterall we have rice burgers. It’s just taking another carb and making it into something that can hold a patty. What we didn’t anticipate…  More »

  • What to CookMalay

    Bergedel

    by Sjaiful A. on Fri, May 25, 2012

    Fancy some Malay-styled mash? These delightful balls of potatoes are a great addition to your lunch menu. Bergedel has a nice golden outer layer and yummy fluffy mash on the inside.  More »

  • What to CookIndian

    Mutton Varuval

    by Sjaiful A. on Tue, May 22, 2012

    Mutton Varuval is a dry curry dish. The meat is cooked until the gravy almost dries up. Spices like fennel seed and cumin seed are used to infuse the mutton with their spicy flavours.  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Nasi Kaluwak

    by Sjaiful A. on Fri, December 17, 2010

    This is a traditional Bugis recipe we got from our designer’s mom and we just had to give it a go!  More »

  • What to CookFusion

    Roast Lamb Rack with Cencalok

    by Alexa P. on Thu, December 16, 2010

    This simple marinade is left to sit with the lamb overnight to infuse it with the briny flavours of cencalok.  More »

  • What to CookMalay

    Asam Pedas Kerbau

    by The Charlie on Thu, December 16, 2010

    Buffalo meat cooked until tender with spicy and sour notes makes this a hearty choice for your meal.  More »

  • What to CookIndian

    Lamb Korma

    by Aida Azizuddin on Thu, December 16, 2010

    I love a good, earthy korma don’t you? Not as spicy as a curry, a korma gets it’s subtle heat from the fragrant spices within.  More »

  • What to CookIndian

    Simple Lamb Briyani

    by Aida Azizuddin on Thu, December 16, 2010

    I like to cook the meat together with the rice because you can use one pot and the flavour of the meat will infuse into the rice making it richer and more fragrant. Then I’ll serve it with a jelatah (sweet-sour cucumber salad).  More »