Time: 25 minutes.Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium-low. [Halal] Ikan bakar sambal, also known as Grilled Chilli Fish, is a simple cuisine commonly found in any Malay stalls and restaurants all over Malaysia. The sambal is sweet, playfully sour and spicy with
Time: 25 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium-low. Thanks to your overwhelming support, our previous simple Soy Sauce Chicken (酱烧鸡腿) recipe had received so many views that it became one of our most viewed blogpost after being uploaded. Today, I would
Time: 10 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. Thai omelette (Kai Jiaw) is super easy, super quick and has superb taste. The omelette is best enjoyed with some Sriracha hot sauce – just like the locals. Carefully made with fish sauce,
Time: 20 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. Japanese love their miso – as if their lives depend on them. Living in Tokyo, one of the most expensive metropolis in the world, has forced me to result to cooking at home.
Time: 1 hr. Difficulty: Medium. Budget: Medium. Braised Pork (红烧肉) is a classic dish found in most Chinese restaurants. The most significant part of this dish is the bright-reddish colour of the pork bellies. Aroma from the Chinese spices brings
Time: 15 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. Potatoes are amazing ingredients. They can be made into so many different types of dishes – Mashed potato, potato curry, stir-fried potato, three treasures from earth and many more. A potato also contain
Time: 40 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-high.Budget: Medium-high. Chicken Cordon Bleu means chicken in “blue ribbon” in French. A blue ribbon-chef have equivalent status with knighthood, which applied to outstanding and very high class chefs only. Interestingly, this dish does not originate
Time: 15 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low.Budget: Medium. Simple, quick and yummy – just like what you would get from a Chinese takeaway…. But wait! This is actually much more easier and less time consuming than you thought! Massage the beef slices
Time: 30 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium-low. [Halal] Malaysians love their curry. Let’s be honest, curries are wonderful cuisines. What makes Malaysian curries stands out from the Indian curries is the use of belacan (shrimp paste), asam (tamarind) and lemongrass.
Time: 15 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. [Halal] Masala is definitely not alien to more of us, but do you know what it actually mean? Masala is an Indian word that carries the meaning “mixture of spices”. However, of course,