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 »
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 »
Guys, we know its mid month and budget is tight. Here is a budget recipe for a really good nasi goreng you can quickly whip up for buka or sahur. Most of the ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Kurangkan the cillies… 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 »
Scrumptious prawns fried up quickly is a great little meal for your family. It uses most of your store cupboard essentials and pairs wonderfully with rice or even a bowl of noodles. More »
Always a little stumped on what to cook over the week for dinner? We came up with some quick and easy sauces you can make in about 5 minutes. A little bit of meal planning can save you time and head space… More »
Every bachelor or bachelorette should know how to cook this. 30 minutes tops and you have a hot & healthy dish ready for dinner. Plus you can add a variety of veggies you have lurking in your fridge. 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 »
Have you ever tried making your own Char Kuey Teow? It is a lot easier than you think. The key is to have a good sturdy wok on really high flames. (Sorry, a sauté pan will not get you the same results!) If you are cooking for… More »
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 »
Sloppy Joes is one of America’s most favourite childhood meal. It takes no time to cook and tastes pretty amazing. If you find too much ketchup unhealthy, use more passata. But hey, it is OK to treat yourself once in a while… 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 »
When was the last time you had oats? 4 out of 5 will probably say it was ages ago. Me included! Till I discovered this wonderful recipe for savoury oats that is just out of this world. I like mine with some extra goats cheese. Yum! More »
Right.. we all don’t want to spend heaps amount of time cooking for Sahur. So do try out this quick chicken recipe that takes no more than half an hour to whip up. 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 »
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