Make sure to cook it on low fire for about 1.5 hours to 2 hours to achieve that juicy and tender meat that falls off the bone.
Recipe Category: Malay
If you want a thicker consistency, you could add in more Durian or just let it simmer for an extra 10 minutes.
Tip on buying clams : Always buy clams that are closed shut. That means that they are fresh, and will open up once they are cooked. Whereas clams that are not fresh, will be open before you even cook them and close when it is cooked.
To make your Sup Tulang extra yummy, sprinkle some fried onions on top when serving for that extra crunch. This will give you extra flavor and sweetness to your soup!
Sambal Ikan Bilis is one of the most popular dish here in Malaysia. We usually have it with our Nasi Lemak, Lontong and even with a slice of bread. It's so good it can be eaten with almost anything!
Ayam Masak Merah with a twist (meaning using fresh lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves) this recipe is all about enjoying that familiar special dish but with a slight fresh twang to it. Fresh Chicken should never ever smell. Best kept in a cool fridge and patted down dry with a sprinkle of salt.
This delicious Sambal Tumis Udang is full of flavor! You could even add in some petai if you'd like. This dish is best served with Steamed Rice or as a side dish with your Nasi Lemak. You hungry yet?
This quick and easy recipe is best served hot with a side of steam rice and sambal belacan ! Yum!
This quick and easy Rendang Lecah is full of flavour and creaminess from the coconut milk. Best to be enjoyed with your whole family or during an open house !