First week of Raya is over! Back to the daily grind and now it is Raya open house season for the next 3 weeks. Want to cook something traditional but with a fresh twist? Then this is the rendang recipe for you. Green chicken rendang… More »
Phew! Raya week 1 is over and now is open house galore for the rest of Syawal. If you are short of lemang for your open house and your lemang guy is off berraya-ing somewhere, then this is a lifesaver recipe for you! More »
If you’re hosting your first open house this Raya, congratulations and welcome to the club! Open houses can be quite challenging but it is also fun and rewarding at the end of the day. With the right… More »
Halwa Maskad is an old skool dessert from when our Nenek and Atok were teenagers, or possibly earlier. It is soft and a little firm with a texture reminisce of Turkish Delight. You can add nuts for texture, or rose water for fragrance… More »
Kuih Lopes has many versions across the West Coast but the northern Malaysian version is pandan flavoured glutinous rice cakes, rolled in coconut and served with gula melaka syrup. It has it’s signature bite from the use of air… More »
Nasi Minyak is an aromatic rice, served with either a beef or chicken gulai. It is usually made for special occasions like during Hari Raya, weddings and Ramadhan. Yes the list of ingredients is quite long but bear with me, it is so… More »
Bubur lambuk is a must have at PaRams in Terengganu . This East Coast recipe is packed with lovely fresh fish and abundance of fresh ulam. Great for buka or sahur! More »
Pulut Sotong is a very traditional Terengganu tea time light meal enjoyed by the rich and royal household since 1900s. This dish has survived till today with the recipe remains pretty much unchanged. Today, it is a must have during… More »
How lucky are we to have a long break this weekend! Many of us will balik kampong to celebrate the blessed Hari Raya Qurban with our families and there will be lots of meat distributed around the community. More »
Adjust the taste while you are cooking. Sometimes you need to add more brown sugar or vinegar. You are looking for a balance between sour and sweet. More »
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