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Mango and cheese wrapped around crispy fried vermicelli...YUM.
My favorite childhood JUNK food...find out what they are.
Whelk and Sweet Potato Curry.
Lemon Chiffon Cake. What kind of Chiffon Cake do you like?
Asari Miso Soup or Miso Soup with clams. Slurpicious!
Vietnamese lemongrass chicken.
Fried shrimp balls with wonton skin.
Blueberry pound cake. Yum!
Stir-fried lobster with butter and cheese. Need I say more? Find out how to make it at home!
Thai recipe: son-in-law eggs. Everyone loves Thai food and you will love these eggs!
Mo Po Tofu, a very popular Chinese dish that everyone loves. Learn how to make it at home, without sarcrifying authenticity and originality.
Who doesn't love satay--little pieces of chicken meat grilled to perfection? This chicken satay at Belacan Grill Restaurant in Redondo Beach, CA is sublime.
Wake up and smell the banana nut muffins...
Stir-fried yam leaf with Malaysian shrimp paste (belacan)--an exquisite vegetable dish that I can't do without in my cooking repertoire.
Tom Yum Goong, Chez Pim's style. Hot and spicy, this soup is highly addictive and very satisfying.
Kabab Koobideh, a Persian dish. Click the image to read my funny encounter and how I ended up making it.
Mango and lobster salad--refreshing, light, and mangolicious.
Baked lobster and cheese...simply delicious. Just look at the picture, need I say more?
Steamed scallops on the half shell--use the simplest of ingredients to draw out the natural sweetness of these scallops.
It took me 4+ months to save enough shrimp heads to make Penang Hokkien Mee (Prawn Noodle Soup)--a Malaysian hawker delicacy. Slurp slurp!
Indian Squid Curry or Gulai Sotong is a popular Malaysian nasi kandar dish.
Sichuan-style crawfish...they are simply tooooo good and irresistable!
Penang Chee Cheong Fun or steamed rice rolls with shrimp paste sauce. A hawker delight in Malaysia, but you can make it at home with the right ingredients.
Chicken shu mai or steamed chicken dumplings.
Eating London: London is a foodie mecca.
Stir-fried sole fish fillet with black bean sauce.
Capellini with cockle clams and lemon butter sauce.
Claypot chicken rice without claypot. Who has time to cook with claypot, cheat it with rice cooker.
Red bean paste pancakes...a Chinese pancake which is both crisp and soft to the bite.
Malaysian black pepper crab. A must-try, really; I bet you have never had this so good.
Steamed buns filled with red bean paste.
Egg white souffle balls filled with red bean paste. A Shanghainese dessert.
Can you guess what they are?
Fried chicken wrapped with pandan (screwpine) leaves and deep fried to perfection.