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
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.
Spicy bitter gourd.
Deep-Fried Cempedak Frittters are commonly sold in the streets of Malaysia
Malaysian Peanut Sauce - The classic condiment for grilled satay.
Five Spice Pork Rolls - Lor Bak
Stir-Fry Green Beans
Cantaloupe (Rockmelon) Sago Pudding. This fresh tasting chilled dessert is a perfect finish to any asian meal.
Pulut Panggang-Glutinous Rice Rolls. A popular savory snack from Malaysia.
Beef Rendang - A popular Malaysian dish slow-cooked in coconut and spices.
Kuih Makmur - Malaysian cookies to celebrate the upcoming Eid
Homemade Soybean Milk
A traditional and popular dessert in Malaysia - Bubur Ca Ca - Sweet Potato And Yam Pudding
Fragrant Butter Chicken
Kuih Bakar - a traditional Malaysian cake.
Creamy Sambal Belacan Aubergine, perfect with rice!
Stir-Fry Chinese Mustard-Gai Choy
Prawn Sambal (Sambal Tumis Udang)
Deep-Fried Bananas-Goreng Pisang
Malaysian Pandan Chiffon Cake- light, fluffy, deliciously aromatic sponge. A tasty classic.
Sago Pudding With Palm Sugar-Gula Melaka
Stewed Pork With Tofu Puffs-Malaysian Tauyu Bak
Kuih Serimuka-Glutinous Rice With Pandan Custard Layer - A popular kuih or cakes in Malaysia.
Stinky Beans with Homemade Sambal Belacan
Butter Prawn is a Malaysian delicacy which combines the best of textures and flavours from Indian, Malay and Chinese cooking.
Black Glutinous Rice With Coconut Milk (Pulot Hitam) - A popular and mouthwatering dessert in Malaysia.
A Malaysian specialty
The richness of coconut cream & the distinctive taste of caramelised sugar makes Kaya (Coconut Custard Spread / Coconut Jam) Malaysia's favorite spread.
Everything you need to know about how to choose, prepare, and eat this red hairy fruit called Rambutan.
Crispy fried skinny fish accompanied by a sambal and a green mango salad. Delishhhh.