We are gearing up to the best fried chicken event in town. No wonder even in our kitchen we can’t get enough of making crispy fried chicken in its many forms. For those who don’t really want to fry with bones, popcorn chicken… More »
Ayam Masak Merah is a dish loved by Malaysians of all ages and there are many variations available out there. This version we made was sans tomato ketchup but we replace it with a good jarred tomato sauce or you can use passata. We… More »
The story goes that Hj. Samuri’s wife is a descendent of Tasmin Sakiban from Java, Indonesia, who arrived in Kajang in 1914. The satay business was then pioneered here in 1917 and that would explain why they have the largest establishment… More »
Ahhh yes the appeal of food trucks is still going strong. With their bright and colourful exteriors combined with good food, modern food trucks are here to stay in our eating out culture. Unfortunately some trucks lack places for you… More »
What are your plans for the national holidays besides watching the parade on TV? For a change, why not host a Party Panggang Patriotik at your pad and invite your close friends and family. The SEA Games… More »
I don’t often recommend a Malay-style chicken rice, preferring the Chinese version more but well I make an exception for Nasi Ayam Mash. When I asked a Keramat boy why this chicken rice is on everyone’s list he just said simply,… More »
Chicken is a must have at every BBQ party but it is usually under or overcooked and the marinades revolve around the same old boring flavours. We tried to BBQ a whole spatchcocked chicken with a good quality store bought BBQ sauce… 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 »
This recipe is simple enough to make for a weekend lunch for two, or if you are having guests over. Pre-marinate chicken the night before and just plonk it on the grill when you are ready to eat. The lovely blend of spices makes a… More »
Similar to our own Ayam Masak Kicap, Ayam Semur is an Indonesian stew made out of sweet soy sauce and a variety of spices. The most distinctive flavour is from the use of cloves and nutmeg. There are many variations available, tweaked… 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 »
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 »
There are many variations of Ayam Masak Merah out there and this is one of my favourites. The fragrance from the lemon grass and kaffir life leaves just makes it so wonderful! 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 »
Fancy a quick weekday meal? Try out our Tex Mex Bowl. Just pile up the ingredients and get stuck in! More »
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