If you are looking for a quick and tasty Asian meal, you must try this easy Nasi Goreng Kampung recipe! It is the ideal dish for a weeknight meal, especially after a long day at work. Ready to be served in just slightly over 20 minutes of cooking, this dish is quick and easy, yet...
Recipe Category: Comfort food
Here is a recipe for all fish curry lovers out there, except that this recipe will feature a Salmon fish instead as the star of the show. The oil of the Salmon will add a distinct taste to the curry and we love it so much. Try it out guys!
This Oyster Chicken Mushroom Porridge is my all time favourite comfort food! It can be eaten any time of the day and is great to make for your family, especially the little ones. The flavours of the mushrooms and oyster sauce come really well together to make this yummy bowl of comfort.
This is an alternative way of preparing Chicken Teriyaki without the need to use Sake or Mirin. Also known as the Halal way of making it. Have fun!
Here's a delicious and easy meal you can cook up in under 20 minutes. The cornbeef added to this fried brown rice gives off an aromatic and delicious flavour that keeps you coming back for more and more!
The mash can be made the night before. Just make sure to keep it chilled and when you are ready to eat it, just pop it into the microwave, covered, on high for 1 minute! And Voila ! It's ready to be eaten .
Minimal time spent in the kitchen when hosting a dinner party is always a win. So I often fall back on recipes that requires more prep time then cooking time. You'll need an oven for this one! I love making this recipe because you usually only use one tray (minimal cleaning) and it does taste amazing!
We are so lucky to have a bountiful of seafood available to us in Malaysia. So why not make it into a delicious pasta dish? Try this out at home and let us know how it goes! *TIP: This recipe feeds up to 6 people, perfect quick fix for gatherings with your friends or family
‘Similarly, with sambals, I always have a jar of spicy chili kicap in my fridge. I use it as a spicy dipping sauce or to garnish soups and stews’. – Ili Sulaiman. Photo Credit: PickledPlum.com, 2018
How to pick the perfect pumpkin? For Sweet pumpkin look for a brown knob with sap (brown caramel type crystals) that form at the knob. For savory pumpkin, it's best to pick a knob that is green.