Pulut Inti-Glutinous Rice With Sweet Coconut
Fish Head Noodles -A soup based noodle served with deep fried fish head and fillets.
Mee Rebus, a Malay noodle dish served with a thick flavourful gravy made with mashed potatoes, spices, cantaloupe and pineapple.
Potluck Idea: Black Beef Dry Curry
Spicy Laksa-Fried Chicken with Mint Sauce
Spicy Pork In Claypot
Pandan Chiffon Cake - the original flavour.
A delicious homemade panang curry -- a twist on the traditional Malaysian specialty!
Ginger Fried Rice
Wine Chicken With Dark Soy Sauce
My mom's specialty Orh Kuih or Taro Cake. Brings back old fond memories.
Malaysian Dry Curry Crabs
One can never be too old or sick of Cucur Udang / Prawn Fritters
Muah Chee-Glutinous Rice Snacks With Peanuts
Classic Nasi Lemak with Chicken Curry Kapitan
Malaysian Chicken Curry - Irresistable gravy that's finger lickin' good.
Malaysian style Braised Mui Choy With Roasted Pork Belly.
Nyonya-Style Rice Dumplings. Savory rice dumplings from the state of Malacca. A must on the Dragon Boat Festival, especially when you are from Malaysia and Singapore.
Crispy fish in a hot and Spicy Sambal. YUMMM
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.
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.