Crabs cooked in butter, fresh curry leaves and bird's eye chilli peppers or Malaysian Butter Crabs.
Satay Chicken Curry - adding some crunch to a rich, creamy, fiery, aromatic curry.
Malaysian Curry Puff, fried with a vegetarian curry potato filling
Try this classic Malaysian dish of Nyonya style spicy tamarind fish or Assam fish.
Char Kuey Tiao (stir-fried flat rice noodles) - Penang hawker food.
authentic malaysian beef rendang with roti
Making your own curry paste is always rewarding, showcased here in an easy spareribs curry recipe.
Chinese Tea Eggs~Marbled Eggs
Deep fried tofu stuffed with lemongrass, garlic and peanuts.
Cold Tofu with Century Eggs. Fuss free tofu recipe. Just plate it and dig in!
Malaysian Curry Laksa...well sort of.
The #7 most delicious food in the world? Bee of Rasa Malaysia will show you as she introduces her home of Penang
Spicy honey chicken. A popular Malaysian dish.
Spicy Green Beans
A vegetarian version of a South-East Asian dish, Nasi Goreng. Served with a fried egg and Ketchup Manis, this is just perfect for Meatless Mondays.
Curry Fish Head flavored with mustard and curry leaves, served with ladyfingers and eggplant. From Plaza Brasserie, Singapore
The iconic dish of Malaysia - Nasi Lemak. Grandparents' special recipe.
Ondeh-Ondeh, a Malaysian tea time favorite with a sweet surprise in the center
A Malaysian Bite called the toad bites. Crispy and chewy outside, mushy and banana-ey inside. YuMM
Flower crab drenched in a lip-smacking sauce. Perfect for summer gathering!
Pandan Lamingtons - The classic Aussie sponge cake with a surprising & delicious Malaysian twist!
Sambal Ikan Bilis (Sambal Anchovies) - crispy browned bits and the addicting sauce with a kick. A Malaysian favorite!
My take on the delicious Beef Penang Curry I had for the first time in Malaysia. Soft beef in a spicy coconut sauce.
Laksa noodles, a popular street food in Malaysia.
Chinese salt and pepper pork chops with a fragrant twist from fresh curry leaves.
Fire Dragon Juice - the only tropical cocktail cooling enough to quell a dragon's fire
Ang ku kueh. Red glutinous rice cakes with sweet mung bean filling.
Malaysian Style Doughnut, resembles Johnny Cakes. Good to eat for breakfast or tea time.
A touch of turmeric spice to create golden prawns, and slices of kaffir lime leaves for a refreshing citrus taste!
Mee gorengs (fried noodles), a popular street food in Malaysia.
Chef Wan's Kerabu Pucuk Paku~Fiddlehead Ferns Salad
"Back of the Island" - an original tropical cocktail, spiced up with fresh nutmeg fruit.
Tamarind prawns - a bit tart; a bit tangy; a whole lotta deliciousness
Glutinous Rice dumplings for Dragon Boat Festival... one of Chinese Festivals in the Lunar calender