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 »
So many wonderful things you can do with ubi kayu! This baked kuih has great aroma, taste with a light bouncy and chewy texture. So easy to make, get the kids involved too. More »
Serimuka is a two layered steamed kuih. The bottom half is set sticky glutinous rice while on top is a layer of green pandan flavoured set custard. It is mildly sweet and pairs well with most tea time beverages. More »
Kuih Cara Berlauk is a griddled bite-sized kuih topped with curried beef mince, chillies and fried shallots. The yellow colour comes from a little turmeric mixed in with the batter. It’s a delicious savoury cousin to Kuih Cara… More »
Kuih Bidaran, a cousin of the more popular Kuih Bom we think this kuih uses sweet potato mixed in with the glutinous rice flour. The result is a chewy, crispy ball with a natural sweetness. This is then stuffed with sticky and sweet… More »
During the fasting month of Ramadhan, sometimes we just like to go to buffets to enjoy good food that we don't have to cook and use that time to connect with our friends and family. Whilst we don't agree… More »
It's the time of the year for dates... lots of dates. More dates than you can think of. You know what we're talking about: those yummy, almost candy-sweet morsels of dried fruit from the date farm. Ramadhan… More »
Setiawangsa has always had a nice Param, and for 2015, it's no different. The best thing about Setiawangsa's Param is that it's quite varied in terms of selections. By our (admittedly rough estimation...) count, there's not more than… More »
There's a lot of the usual same-old same-old stuff at the Pasar Ramadhans (Param) this year. Thankfully we also managed to unearth some new gems. This year's Pasar Ramadhan at Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (TTDI) had the usual stalwarts and… More »
This week it'll be Ramadhan again. There will be Ramadhan bazaars all over the country and lots of restaurants and hotels will start their buffet promotions. It's all nice and well and just goes to show that thankfully, our country… More »
Ramadhan has come to an end again. To be honest, this year's Ramadhan felt a bit quiet. Maybe people are just taking time to wind down, or could be because of some national tragedies. Either way, it has been a good bulan puasa to relax… More »
Kelana Jaya's PaRam is always one of the best, even last year. It is no different in 2014 as we found out last week. So this is 2014's Top 5 at PaRam Kelana Jaya, as selected by us. Awie Satar Yes, we featured him last year but Awie's… More »
About a week or so of Ramadhan has passed and we've been checking out PaRams (Pasar Ramadhans) in and around KL. This year we're trying to check out the less well known ones (you know, in comparison to the big ones like Bangsar or… More »
Friedchillies' Favourites talks about the great food and drinks that our team loves. These are food and drinks that we grew up having, so they hold a special place in our hearts... and stomachs! This is my favourite drink come Ramadhan.… More »
If PaRams aren't your thing, maybe a good selection of lauk is the remedy to your 'what to have for iftar' questions. After all we Malaysians are still very much rice eaters. Here's some of our favourite places to get lauk this Ramadhan.… More »
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