Mee Siam

Mee Siam

Mee Siam is a Malaysian favorite often served during public functions. This spicy and flavorful dish comes with a variety of colorful toppings.

Salmon Fried Rice

Salmon Fried Rice

Simple and tasty Salmon Fried Rice using leftover grilled salmon, green beans, and eggs. Red chili peppers provide a little heat.

Pad Thai

Pad Thai

Cook your own Pad Thai, one of Thailand’s most popular noodle dishes. This tasty version comes with chicken, shrimps, egg, bean sprouts, and peanuts.

Chirashi zushi

Chirashi zushi

Easy and delicious Chirashi zushi topped with nori, shredded egg, tofu pockets, seasoned mushrooms, sliced green beans, lox, and fish roe.

English Breakfast

English Breakfast

A fully cooked breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausages, pan fried tomatoes, and baked beans together with marmalade or Marmite toast and a cup of tea.

Omelet with Chives and Onions

Omelet with Chives and Onions

This quick and easy Asian style Omelet with Chives and Onions can be thrown together in minutes. It is usually served as a side dish with rice.

Tea Eggs

Tea Eggs

One of the most evocative aromas associated with the Chinese convenience stores in Malaysian shopping malls is the scent of Tea Eggs being cooked in a rice cooker. Strangely enough this popular snack cannot be found as street food or local cafes. It is fully and truly the monopoly of these stores who also sell…

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Lo Mein with Kale and Egg

Lo Mein with Kale and Egg

Simple and tasty Lo Mein with Kale and Egg for one. Takes only 15 minutes to prepare and can be easily multiplied for the family.

Zucchini and Egg Fried Rice

Zucchini and Egg Fried Rice

This quick and easy Zucchini and Egg Fried Rice can be made in 20 minutes. It is much tastier and healthier than the take-out.

French Toast

French Toast

I cannot remember when was the last time I had French toast. It seems like eons ago. I woke up this morning craving for some and decided that I would satisfy the craving after Ro-Ri San and Ro-Jiro left for work and school respectively. French toast is not their thing and so they had their…

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Egg and Eggplant Curry

Egg and Eggplant Curry

Round or oval eggplants really do resemble their namesake. The name eggplant was apparently given by the Europeans in the eighteenth century because the variety they knew then had fruits whose shape, size, and color looked like goose eggs. In Malaysia, these round eggplants are known as Indian eggplants or brinjals, used mainly in curries…

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Crab and Asparagus Quiche

Crab and Asparagus Quiche by Tomayto Tomahto

While I am away visiting my parents in Malaysia, I have asked a couple of friends to guest post for me. Today, we have Ruby of Tomayto Tomahto with this elegant Crab and Asparagus Quiche. As with most group-oriented activities, blogging tends to create a sense of camaraderie among rookies who started at the same…

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Salted Egg Drop Soup

Salted Egg Drop Soup

Recently I made some salted eggs using the brining method. Homemade salted eggs are really nice because one can control the level of saltiness preferred. It is also a breeze to prepare as it only requires a simple salt solution. Probably the hardest thing is the waiting, for it takes three to four weeks for…

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Ochazuke with Salted Egg

Ochazuke with Salted Egg and Campus Visits

Today I am going to share a very simple dish using the homemade salted eggs from my previous post. Ochazuke is rice in green tea normally accompanied by a variety of condiments, nori, and leftover side dishes seasoned with a little salt or soy sauce. Salted egg makes a wonderful accompaniment to ochazuke as it…

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Salted Egg

Salted Eggs

Simple homemade Salted Eggs using the brining method with chicken or duck eggs soaked in a simple salt solution for 3 to 4 weeks.

Clay Pot Noodles

Clay Pot Noodles

This quick and easy Clay Pot Noodles can be prepared in 15 minutes. Makes a tasty and comforting meal for one but can be easily multiplied for the family.

Spring Rolls with Sesame Ponzu Vinaigrette

Spring Rolls with Sesame Ponzu Vinaigrette (Guest Post)

I enjoy an eclectic mix of cuisines and my home cooking consists of dishes from different cultures. Japanese cuisine has joined the mix, with onigiri, oden, sukiyaki, miso soup, ocha-zuke, and soba dishes becoming daily fare at our dinner table. My travels to Japan have helped me better appreciate its culture and food.

Mango Egg Tarts

Guest Post: Mango Egg Tarts

Delicious Mango Egg Tarts with a luscious mango coconut milk custard and easy Graham crackers crust. These mini tarts are perfect for tea time or dessert.

Gyudon with Kimchi and Onsen Tamago

Gyudon with Kimchi and Onsen Tamago

Donburi is a Japanese rice bowl dish. Hot steaming rice is place in the bowl topped with fish, meat, or vegetables. The flavorful meat and vegetable juices are absorbed into the rice making it all the more tasty. The toppings need not be fancy. In fact, a simple soft cooked egg drizzled with soy sauce…

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Spinach Quiche

Hi everyone! I am currently still on vacation but will be returning home very soon. This trip has been a blast so far. I have met many people including some blogger friends, experienced fun and exciting things, seen amazing sights, eaten lots of delicious food, and taken tons of pictures. I can’t wait to share…

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Sweet Rice Cake with Mango Custard Topping

The past week has been really exciting for Roti and me. I gave Roti a more updated look with a new banner and new comment system and moved some of her ‘real estate’ around. Thanks to Foodbuzz, I am now a Featured Publisher. On Wednesday, I was given the great honor of doing a guest…

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Chawan Mushi

Chawan Mushi

Impress your friends with Chawan Mushi, a comforting and silky smooth egg custard dish steamed in a cup. It makes a lovely starter to any meal.

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Tuna Sandwich and Molded Egg Bento

Happy Friday! We all look forward to the weekends and the excitement starts on Friday. The Ro-Ri boys seem a little more cheerful than usual. In place of the usual bento, I decided to make tuna sandwiches instead. Just for the fun of it, I molded the hard boiled eggs and cut out checkered apples….

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