When I was a little girl I would visit my grandaunt in Melaka during my school holidays. My grandaunt and my grandmother would make batches and batches of homemade fishball for the family to eat together. It was a long and tedious process because they did everything by hand. Scrapping the fish using spoons and...
Try adding whip cream to your milkshake once it's done, to get a super creamy flavour! Yum!
Sprinkle some spring onions and chili flakes onto your Ramen for that extra kick!
The Best Noodles EVER! Penang Style Char Kway Teow is a classic Malaysian simple and quick fried noodle. It is one of our nations favorite noodle dishes and you can now cook it in your very own home. The ‘Char’ means to fry and ‘Kway Teow’ refers to the noodle. All you need is a...
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.
These lamb chops are super duper easy to make but so full of flavour ! You could even have it with a side of sauteed vegetables and mash potatoes for dinner !
It's a sandwich. But built for a man! This manwich consists of layers and layers of meat patty, with gooey cheese and our version of an In-N-Out style sauce. So good!
You could add in some mint leaves into your drink to get that minty freshness!
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.