Time: 20 minutes.Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Low. Every community has their own respective soul food. In a highly heterogeneous country like Malaysia, Kam Heong Chicken is the result of a fusion cuisine of various cultural background that manage to climb up
Time: 30 minutes.Difficulty: Medium-low.Budget: Medium-low. [Halal] First and foremost, I am not sure if there is such a dish in Indonesia or not. However, it is definitely being served in some stalls in Malaysia. Ayam Sambal Bali is made with
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: 10 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Medium-low. [Halal] One of the most interesting tourism spot in Malaysia is pasar malam (night market). And when one talk about night market, street food would always come into mind. Usually wrapped in banana
Time: 20 minutes.Difficulty: Medium. Budget: Medium. [You could replace the prawns with squids] Malaysians love their seafood very much. Even more, when it comes to combining them with their favourite curry spices. Prawn curries are exceptionally great for a poultry-free
Time: 20 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low.Budget: Medium. It is succulent, it is creamy, it is crispy. It is the oatmeal butter prawn! The oatmeal butter prawn has remained a mystery to me for quite some time. My mother, nor any other
Time: 20 minutes.Difficulty: Low.Budget: Low. WARNING: DO NOT CLICK ON THIS POST IF YOU ARE ON A DIET! Got tired of the conventional curry chicken? Want to try to fry something instead? Why not make a deep fried version of