Need a good, basic sambal belacan recipe? We’ve got you! I mean can you imagine having a Malay meal spread without sambal belacan?? It’s like lagu tanpa irama! A song without a melody… The best way to make it is to… 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 »
Jerk is a way of cooking meat or any protein that have been marinated with all-spice and scotch bonnet peppers as the main flavour components. Don’t worry if you can’t find scotch bonnet, you can use jalapeño peppers.… More »
Who doesn’t love fresh squid cooked in a thick, spicy and savoury sauce? Good to eat with hot rice or Nasi Lemak! More »
This, y’all, is a version of Southern fried chicken… with the spice factor upped by a factor of 10! Nashville Hot Chicken is a classic American south comfort food. Juicy chicken meat is matched to a crunchy, craggly crust… More »
Dendeng Balado is an Indonesian dish commonly found at any nasi padang place. It’s thinly sliced, crispy-fried beef with a tart and spicy chilli sambal on top. Here’s our easy to make version, packed full of flavour and… More »
Think juicy, meaty beef short ribs slathered in a thick, sticky, sweet and spicy soy sauce glaze. Sounds excellent, right? The rich and spicy beef is then tempered with a tangy, crunchy Asian slaw and… More »
What's your favourite condiment to eat with rice, or even noodles? In Malaysia, the answer will undoubtedly be something along the lines of a sambal: sambal belachan, sambal kicap, sambal goreng. Budu and cincalok will make a cameo… More »
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 »
This is a mild way to add a tiny bit of heat to simple dishes. Use it as a dipping sauce for chicken rice and you’re good to go. It’s the lowest on the scale at 3/10. More »
The pungent cencalok in this makes it the perfect addtion to any local style meal. Eat it with ayam rempah, cucur udang or even toss it with your fried rice to give it a kick. This one scores high with an 8/10. More »
Sour and zingy this mixture is perfect topped on cooked fish or could even serve as a great dipping sauce for an Asian-style fish and chips. The heat on this gets a 6/10. More »
Buffalo meat cooked until tender with spicy and sour notes makes this a hearty choice for your meal. More »
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