Curry Laksa - a popular Malaysian street food.
Malaysian Char Koay Teow with Eggnet. the dish that made Anthony Bourdian muttered, "How can something so messy taste so good?"
[recipe] Ice Kacang Macarons - A rose syrup macaron with sweetcorn buttercream
Malaysian style River Prawns With Sweet And Sour Chili Sauce
Malaysian Sambal Mini Eggplants & Campari Tomatoes
Frog-spawn drink. Actually, it is a Malaysian syrup with basil seeds.
Malaysian Beef Rendang- melt-in-the-mouth beef chunks slow-cooked until tender in rich coconut cream and freshly ground spices. Divine.
Curry Coconut Prawns
Malaysian Inspired Noodles - This easy weeknight stir-fry features a savory-sweet sauce inspired by the Malaysian dish, "mee goreng".
Cashew cookies are made to look like the cashew fruit. A traditional Malay cookie that is easy to make for any festive occasion.
Siew Bao (Baked BBQ Pork Buns / 烧包)
Fried macaroni, as an alternative to fried rice.
Eggs sambal. Golden blistered eggs in sambal.
Claypot Chicken Rice with Lap Cheong (Chinese Sausage)
Hot Chicken Soup! [in Malay language]
Kuih Seri Muka - steamed glutinous rice topped with pandan flavour custard.
Malay Egg Sambal Tumis - hard-boiled eggs in a sweet chili sauce.
Loh Mai Chi - my first attempt at this sweet Malaysian beauty
A Survey of Taiwanese Mooncakes: Just in time for Mid-Autumn Festival; learn about the different kinds of mooncakes available in Taiwan.
The vibrant central market in Kota Bharu, Malaysia.
[DB] - Malaysian Sambal Ikan Bilis (Anchovies Sambal) and Kaya (Coconut Jam) Vols-au-Vents
Es cendol - cendol with palm sugar syrup and coconut milk
Malaysian Style Kam Heong Crab
Apam Balik - a sweet, thin and crispy Malaysian peanut pancake to satiate the homesickness.
Stir-Fry Sweet Potato Leaves With Chilies And Roasted Shrimp Paste-Belacan
Kueh pie tee. A crispy container of shredded cooked turnip and carrots and fried egg, juicy shrimp and fried shallots, topped with garlic chilli sauce.
Grilled Sambal Fish with Banana Leaf (Ikan Bakar) - You haven't fully appreciated the beauty of Malaysian cuisine if you haven't tasted sambal.
Seriously More-ish Malaysian Kaya Puffs (Coconut Jam in Puff Pastry) with step-by-step photo instructions.
Chili Ban Mee - a new heat wave of an old Malaysian noodle dish.
Spicy bitter gourd.
Fresh bananas found at Satok Market, the largest open market in Kuching, Sarawak.
Deep-Fried Cempedak Frittters are commonly sold in the streets of Malaysia
Malaysian Peanut Sauce - The classic condiment for grilled satay.