Warm and nourishing, Soto Ayam is an Asian chicken soup that is brimming with spices and aromatics. A definite crowd-pleaser and an ideal dish for family gatherings. More »
Got some leftover dates from Ramadhan? We got a great recipe to help you finish it up! This date pudding is a moist and decadent cake which uses date puree as a base that gives the cake flavour and body. Serve it with warm toffee sauce,… More »
This dish needs no introduction. Rendang is a Raya staple and loved by Malaysians and there are many variations using chicken, duck, cockles and offal. This beef recipe is the dry version with fresh herbs and you can enjoy it… More »
Originally an Indonesian classic, this dish has worked its magic onto our dining tables. Black, sticky and savoury. Deng! It is so good! More »
Have a change of flavours this week. Try these crispy bite sized chicken smothered in sesame sauce with tender steamed broccoli. This makes a very satisfying meal for buka! More »
These bad boys are sold at every PaRam at moment. But did you know it is quite easy to make it at home without a BBQ pit? Here is a simple take on the most beloved BBQ chicken of our nation. 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 »
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 »
Once in a while I get this craving for a feel good bubur pulut. Rich and lush bubur stirred in fresh creamy coconut milk with essence of fresh pandan leaves. I used a pressure cooker for this recipe to cut the cooking time in half. More »
I reckon this is one of the best local desserts we have in Malaysia, 3 simple components joined together to make an amazing treat. Use good quality gula Melaka, it makes a huge difference and it is definitely a crowd pleaser. Brilliant… More »
Sinarnor started as a modest set up selling nasi lemak to factory workers along Jalan Chan Sow Lin. “My grandmother just spread her nasi lemak and dishes on the ground, this was in the 70s,” says Wati,… More »
This British classic is a must for seafood lovers. Salmon, white fish and succulent prawns in a lush creamy white sauce, topped with mashed potatoes and cheese. Serve with a side of fresh greens, this makes your tummy very happy. More »
This recipe is easily half a century old and good as gold. The green tinge comes from a mix of fresh coriander, spring onions and green chillies, which makes this curry mild, mellow but very savoury and sooo tasty. Double thumbs up! More »
Green pandan flavoured crêpe rolls filled with caramelized coconut. You can buy this at most kuih stalls but it is easy to make! No mad kitchen skills needed to pull this off. The key is to use good quality Gula Melaka (if you have… More »
If you are living in the vicinity of postcode 53100 in Ulu Klang, then you definitely should know about the Saturday morning market located on Lorong Serawak, which is opposite the brand new Melawati Mall.… More »
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