Yam cake (or kuih), a Malaysian savoury snack made from yams, dried prawns and rice flour.
Kerabu Prawn at Nyonya restaurant called Sedap in London. Nyonya being a type of Malaysian fusion cuisine with Chinese influences.
Fried Bee Hoon-Rice Vermicelli
Ayam Percik (Malaysian-style Spicy BBQ Chicken)
Malaysian Fresh Spring Rolls-Popiah
Chi Ku Teh, Malaysian chicken dark herbal soup.
Curry soup noodles from Ipoh Noodle, Suria KLCC, KL, Malaysia. The thick coconut milk based curry soup, served with slices of fish cake, fried tofu and string beans, is akin to a curry laksa.
Hand tossed Roti Canai with a tea for brekkie in Malaysia. That's how you start the day.
Malaysian style stir-fried spicy long beans with minced white chicken. [recipe]
[Recipe] Roasted Chicken Rice with many delicious sauces, garnished with coriander and cucumber. This is very Malaysian and it's a sinful meal!
Crispy Soy And Ginger Chicken Wings
Fried pork in evaporated milk - savory, spicy and sweet all at the same time. Fried curry leaves makes the dish even more addictive.
This versatile ginger paste will blow you away each time you use it - on rice, chicken, fish or noodles.
Nasi Lemak With Sambal Ikan Bilis
This Malaysian snack is literally translated as a "bomb" cake, but luckily this one didn't explode.
Malaysian Chicken Satay
[Recipe] Wobbly Soybean Curd, a delicious vegan treat and a Malaysians all-time favourite! Commonly known as Tau Foo Fah
A Malaysian glutinous rice ball, filled with sweet peanuts. Sticky to make, but yummy to eat.
Thai Style Fried Bread Sticks (Chinese Doughnuts 油条) with Pandan Coconut Custard
Top Hats-Kuih Pie Tee
Salt And Pepper Chicken
Sweet Potato Curry Puffs
Red Bean soup - a simple dessert soup that can be eaten hot or cold.
Palm Sugar And Coconut Milk Jelly
Malaysian Mamak Style Chicken Curry (low fat)
Malaysian Style Low-Fat Green Mango & Saffron Smoothie. Refreshing & Healthy!
Kuih Dadar-Coconut Pancakes
Moistest apple cake!
Stuffed Tofu Puffs With Sweet And Spicy Sauce
Chicken Rice with Fresh Dipping Sauces
Asam prawns marry the sweetness of prawns with the pleasing sourness of tamarind.