The trick to not getting the rice paper too soft, is to NOT soak it in water. Instead, wet your hands and lightly tap the rice paper all over until slightly softened. This will prevent it from tearing when you are rolling it.
Recipe Category: Snacks
Make sure to have this with the dipping sauce as it really brings all the flavors together!
There is nothing better than making your own edible gifts for your friends. What's more, you can custom design these gingerbread people to suit the character of the recipient. Everyone can join in the fun of making these spiced sweet treats. Have sweet joy this festive season!
If you want a stronger aromatics, you could add in more garlic in your Naan!
This Malaysian corn and anchovy fried balls also known as Cucur Jagung. A Malaysian treat that is so popular and delicious, it is the ultimate crowd pleaser. It is made with fresh corn, dried local anchovies and served with a side of sweet chili sauce but put your spin into it to make it vegan or meat free!
Try adding whip cream to your milkshake once it's done, to get a super creamy flavour! Yum!
Apam Balik is a sweet pancake also known as Turnover Pancake in English that consists of crushed peanut granules and sweetcorn kernels.
To achieve a crispier outer shell consistency of Apam Balik, you could opt to use 1/2 Cup of Self Raising Flour + 1/2 Cup of Rice Flour instead.
This Sweet Potato Crisps snack is the perfect healthy snack option for when you want to munch on something! Add Cayenne Pepper if you need that extra spice in your life 😉
Murukku comes in all shapes and forms. We love it because its savory, spicy and crunchy. In all seriousness this is possibly my favorite thing about Indian food. Here is a simple recipe you can make at home.
Easy and tasty appetizer to pair with chips! 'Guacamole is so easy to make, I sometimes wonder why I don't make it every day? Probably because I'd finish it all up by myself before I can serve them to my guests!' - Ili Sulaiman