Today’s #MakanMuhibah food celebration is from our friends across the South China Sea. You can’t go to Sarawak and not have a Mee Kolok. They created this beautiful simple noodle dish but packs a ton of flavours! Don’t let the… More »
It’s hard to find a satisfying Halal Hokkien Mee in town. Often, the ones you find are usually too tawar or no uumph. Sigh… Sedih ah… So…make it at home lah because it’s pretty much a noodle stir-fry. Then,… More »
Remember 40 cents for a plate of noodles? Those were the days! Do you sometimes crave for your school canteen mee hoon? Simple and satisfying, I bet some of you would sneak back to school just to eat it. OK la if you malu to… More »
Chinese Muslim Jamal's friends told him that it's impossible to make non-pork lard bits for hokkien mee. Three months later and after tons of experiments, he was victorious! Some regulars can't even tell the difference. Jamal is a… More »
Sometime you just want soft rice noodles smothered in a thick, eggy sauce bursting with seafood. Am I right? Ying Yong noodles combines two types of noodles so you get some crunch and some slurp action all in one dish. Any Chinese… More »
Aji Don’s Penang Fried Kuey Teow is not often talked about but we can all agree on one thing. It is “FLIPPIN” Good! The recipe is pretty much the same since the early 2000s when they first started frying up all that smokey goodness. More »
The story goes that Sofya & her husband Karel are true blue Sarawakian. When they got married ad later moved to KL, her Chinese muslim husband was hankering for Sarawak Laksa that was Halal but just couldn't find one. That was then… 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 »
After all those delicious pictures on next level Indomie dishes we had to make some too. Lamb chops are pretty reasonable in the supermarkets. We found some frozen cutlets for about RM15 (enough for a quick meal for two) and some chilled… More »
Yup, it's a mouthful to say but dang it's delicious. Right remember our ridiculously tasty Korean Spicy Beef Ramen Burger? In the Maggi Royale range, our latest favourite is the Thai White Seafood Tom… More »
Pad Thai noodles are a Thailand street food staple and can be found everywhere. Try your hand in making this delicious noodles at home. You’d love it! More »
These noodles are so tasty and addictive. The zing from the Tom Yum paste paired with the freshness of the kaffir lime leaves works a treat! Spice it up with some freshly cut chillies and enjoy with a plate of crunchy fish crackers.… More »
This is a local favourite, though we have no idea why it’s called ‘kung fu’. Maybe Bruce Lee invented it, or Jackie Chan loves it? Either way, it’s a filling and savoury dish that is a crowd pleaser. Kids love… 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 »
This delicious black bean sauce noodles is surprisingly easy to make. Now you can enjoy a bowl of noodles after watching your favourite Korean drama serial… More »
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