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 »
Always a little stumped on what to cook over the week for dinner? We came up with some quick and easy sauces you can make in about 5 minutes. A little bit of meal planning can save you time and head space… More »
It’s an unwritten rule that whenever you wanna hunker down on a genuinely good Ramly Burger, you just have to look for a neighbourhood 7-11 and there will be Ramly Burger stall right in front it. I’m sure I’m not the only who… More »
A cheap and easy recipe for the weekday; Turmeric Fried Chicken or as we Malaysians call it; Ayam Goreng Kunyit, is the best dish to make when you crave for something simple yet flavourful. The original way to make this is to just… More »
When it comes to finding great Nasi Lemak, not a lot of us would think that an unassuming rundown hidden warung in an old neighbourhood of Jalan J, Taman Melawati would be the "die die must try" go to place for it. But it's these kinds… More »
These little burgers might be mini but they pack tons of flavour! The little patties are crispy and goes well with coleslaw, a bit of spicy jalapeños and a slice of cheddar. We think they are perfect for party bites or a light family… More »
We first reviewed them way back in 2011 when three guys ambitious guys decided to sell burgers that foodies would love to eat. At that time, they actually had only 6 month's worth of money to sustain and test their beliefs. The plan:… More »
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 »
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