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.
A quick version of delicious Beef Rendang
Exotic lamb in prune sauce! (posting in Malaysian)
Cucumber salad Malaysian-style - sweet, sour and spicy dressing to contrast the coolness of the cucumber
Pineapple Tarts recipe with pictorial and video guide to shape the tart into little pineapples.
My first go at Chinese New Year baking with the Malaysian favourite Kuih Bangkit (tapioca coconut biscuits).
Pineapple tarts for the Lunar New Year - which falls on Valentine's Day this year. Continuing a family tradition.
Braised Soy Sauce Chicken With Ginger And Scallions Sauce
[Recipe] Peanut cookies are a Chinese New Year must have, a simple 5 ingredients practically available in your pantry all year long!
[recipe] Cơm Gà Hải Nam (Hainanese Chicken Steamed Rice).
Meatballs in tomato sauce! (posting in Malaysian)
Steamed Fish With Soy Sauce
Taking Vietnamese stuffed squid and serving it with a Malaysian tomato sambal proves to be a perfect match!
Lovely Tiramisu for a perfect dessert! [in Malaysian]
Black pepper chicken with honey.
Easing the homesick with a KL Hokkien Mee - my guest post on Rasa Malaysia!
Curry laksa... yum! Noodles, prawns, coconut cream and curry paste - who could ask for more?
Buah Tarap - Borneo's unique fruit. Smells like burning tires but tastes like the sweetest custard apple
Ondeh Ondeh With Sweet Potatoes
Fried Sweet Potato Balls
Claypot chicken rice.
Chicken Sambal. A traditional Malay food. Great dish for spicy lovers.[in Malaysian]
Eggplants rubbed with spices, roasted and served in a fragrant tamarind curry
Chinese Style Preserved Radish Omelette
Stir-Fry Bean Sprouts
Sago Pudding with Palm Sugar and Mango - Traditional Malaysian dessert (Sago Gula Melaka) with a twist.
Chicken rice with a difference at Restaurant Keen (now Kimwah)- one of the highlights from the foodie heaven that is my home country Malaysia!
Delicious combination of okra and anchovies! (posting in Malaysian)
[Recipe] Ayam Masak Merah or Malay Style Red Chicken is hot, spicy and sweet-ish. Mine is not so authentic but it still taste good!
Laksa noodles in spicy fish broth soup (Posting in Malaysian)