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Chow mein/Chinese noodles recipe.
Rasa Malaysia's Sweet and Sour Pork. Say goodbye to the gooey and greasy kinds you get in Chinese restaurants.
Honey Walnut Shrimp, everyone's favorite Chinese shrimp dish.
Minced chicken and pork roll. Another Chinese recipe to share with you.
Chinese Cashew Chicken - learn the right way to make this at home - not the gooey, starchy, and greasy type you get in Chinese restaurants.
Penang laksa, this is not that laksa you are familiar with...
Grilled oysters with garlic and chili powder.
One healthy food...
Shanghai pan-fried dumplings.
Spicy crawfish in Shanghai. Yummy!
Spicy Miso Ramen.
How do you make a perfect bowl of Chinese fried noodles? Learn more.
How do you turn plain old vanilla ice cream into Matcha (Green Tea) Ice Cream at home? Learn more...
Mini raspberry muffins.
Do you know how to properly eat Xiao Long Bao? Find out from my eating guide.
Fried Whitebait Tapas.
Perfectly baked raisin scones. Love them!
Crustacean/Thanh Long-inspired Garlic Noodles and Roasted Crab, only on Rasa Malaysia.
Malaysian "Roti Jala" (Net Bread) and Curry Chicken. Learn how to make these netty pancakes...
Betel leaves, an ingredient that makes many Malaysian dishes possible in the US also has many medical properties...learn more
Satay Prawns or Prawns with Spicy Peanut Sauce.
A step-by-step guide to making "Top Hats" - a Malaysian Nyonya delicacy.
Ginger and black fungus chicken...yummy!
This is Nyonya Pie Tee Molds, the magic metal that churns out delicious "top hats" cases.
Miso-marinated sea bass--an old recipe with a new interpretation.
Po Tak - Thai spicy and sour seafood soup. Do you have the recipe?
Light and refreshing fruit salad--perfect for the scorching hot weather in SoCal.
Dahi Aloo Puri--a kind of street snack found in India.
Grilled seafood parcel at Petaling Street, the famous foodie street in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Malaysian Chicken Satay. So good!
Sichuan-style spicy and numbing (ma la) crawfish in Beijing's famed Guijie...a street pack full of neon-lit restaurants serving various regional Chinese foods.
Salt and Pepper Australian Mud Crab at the Sydney Fish Market.
Eating $48/kg pippies in Sydney...are they worth the money? Absolutely yes!