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)
Fried Prawns With Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce
Chicken and Rice. One of popular Malaysian dish! [in Malaysian]
Stir Fried Beef With Broccoli And Cashew Nuts! (Posting in Malaysian)
Spaghetti Carbonara! (posting in Malaysian)
Saffron and lemongrass rice plus tips on cooking basmati rice.
Kapitan Chicken Curry - A Malaysian Nyonya classic.
Kungpow Chicken! (posting in Malaysian)
Authentic Malaysian Curry Laksa
Deep Fried Fish With Sauce! (posting in Malaysian)
Crispy Tuna. A mixture of canned tuna with flour and deep fried for extra crispy.(posting in Malay)
Mussel Curry! (posting in Malaysian)
Christmas Coconut Ice with Rose Syrup and Pandan. This no-cook classic makes perfect gift.
Vegetable soup with anchovy. (Posting in Malaysian)
Steamed Clams With Rice Wine
Braised Chicken With Potatoes
Another popular street food in Malaysia. Pulot Panggang-Glutinous Rice Rolls
Roti Canai, Roti Prata, Indian Parotta, Roti Telur - Delicious members of the same family??? Check out this Malaysian Flatbread to find out
Peel back the banana leaves to reveal a spicy glutinous rice snack - Malaysian Pulut Panggang
Steamed banana cakes!!?? May sound interestingly odd. But, they sure are good and stay very, very moist! Very Asian way to make some cake, too!
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Whole red snapper in sweet & sour sauce.
Char Kway Teow or Fried Flat Rice Noodle is another famous Malaysian street food.
Fried Eggs With Sambal. Extra hot for chilli lovers! (Posting in Malaysian)
Curry Laksa - a popular Malaysian street food.
Malaysian Char Koay Teow with Eggnet. the dish that made Anthony Bourdian muttered, "How can something so messy taste so good?"
[recipe] Ice Kacang Macarons - A rose syrup macaron with sweetcorn buttercream
Malaysian style River Prawns With Sweet And Sour Chili Sauce
Malaysian Sambal Mini Eggplants & Campari Tomatoes