Nasi Lemak With Dried Anchovies Sambal (Sambal Ikan Bilis)
A simple southeast Asian style chicken curry from scratch.
Laksa is really the king of street foods. Laksa Johor is my all-time favorite of the laksa family.
Penang Hokkien Mee /Prawn Mee /Prawn Noodles
A popular Malaysian deep-fried bread with red bean filling.
Roasted Pork Belly-Siu Yok
Kaya-Coconut Jam. A sweet and yummy coconut jam to enjoy with your toast.
Stir-Fry Savoury Clams With Black Bean Sauce
Baked Barbecued Pork Puffs - Char Siu Puffs
Chinese Barbecued Pork-Char Siu
Pineapple Fried Rice - tangy pineapple livens up this Malaysian fried rice.
Malaysian Chicken Satay
Pineapple Jam Tarts ~ YUMMMM
Made from scratch: Kaya or Malaysian coconut egg jam that is sure to get you addicted to!
Braised caramelised pork, tender to the bone. Beautiful with rice.
Hainanese-style chicken rice, a step-by-step guide to making the most luscious and delicious chicken.
Curry puffs, just one part of the best Malaysian breakfast ever!
My first attempt to make roti @ home.
Cucumber And Carrot Pickle
Baked salmon with yogurt [in Malaysian]
Homemade Crispy Chinese Roast Pork Belly (Siew Yoke/Siobak)- perfect crunchy crackling and succulent layered flesh, authentic hawker taste!
Tofu Pound Cake. Eggless! [in Malaysian]
Mandi rice, an arab cuisine (posting in Malaysian)
Eggless Rich Chocolate Nut Cookies! [in Malaysian]
Claypot Bak Kut Teh - Chinese herbal soup simmered with spare ribs uniquely popular in Malaysia and Singapore.
Easy lamb stew (posting in Malaysian)
Peanut cookies for the recent lunar new year (which actually goes for 15 days - the celebration I mean, not the cookies).
The best thing about Chinese New Year? Malaysian Pineapple Tarts!
melt in the mouth crumbs on the floor cookie fish....KUIH BANGKIT ~ tapioca coconut cookies
Kampar Chicken Biscuit Crisps-Kai Chai Paeng
These are just about the most easiest cookies you can make for Chinese New Year... and the tastiest!
Kuih Loyang, my all time favourite Chinese New Year cookie, perfect shape for Valentine's Day too!
Kuih Bakul is a traditional Chinese New Year delicacy. It is used to ensure a good report from the Kitchen God!
Peanut Cookies for the Chinese Lunar New Year.