Paruppu Vadai (Lentil Patties), a popular South Indian snack prepared with dhal and spices. Deliciously crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Mee Siam is a Malaysian favorite often served during public functions. This spicy and flavorful dish comes with a variety of colorful toppings.
This dry style Roasted Chicken Curry is much easier to prepare than the stove top version. Simply place in the oven and roast to perfection.
Introducing Malaysian Chinese Kitchen and post on the origins of the Malaysian Chinese food, culture, and historical influences that shape its identity.
This super tasty Siamese Laksa a.k.a. Lemak Laksa has all the deliciousness of asam laksa and the creaminess of curry laksa. It is a must try!
Asam Laksa is a flavorful, tangy, and spicy Malaysian fish based rice noodle soup. It is a dish not to be missed when visiting Malaysia.
Fragrant and tasty Nasi Biryani flavored with spices and rose or kewra water. This aromatic rice is the base for all your meat biryanis. With video.
Beef Rendang, is an aromatic caramelized beef curry traditionally served during festive occasions. Make it at home with detailed video instructions.
Learn how to make Kerisik (Pounded Toasted Coconut) in this video tutorial. It helps thicken sauces and provides flavor and texture to a dish.
Simple and delicious Chicken Curry using convenient premixed curry powder with detailed instructions in the video. Best served with rotis and basmati rice.
Kangkung Belacan, a spicy stir fry dish of water spinach flavored with chilies and shrimp paste. Full of umami flavor and delicious with white rice.
If you are a fan of Milo, you will love these Milo Sandwiches spread with butter or condensed milk and chocolate malt powder. So yummy!
Chewy and fragrant Steamed Nian Gao with Grated Coconut and Sesame Seeds, a twist on this popular dessert enjoyed during the Chinese New Year.
A sweet, chewy, and crispy treat of nian gao sandwiched between slices of taro (a.k.a yam) and sweet potatoes dipped in batter.
Dry style Wonton Noodles tossed in a dark soy sauce dressing served with wontons, braised mushrooms, and pickled green chilies.
Pickled Green Chilies and Garlic are wonderful eaten with noodles. This spicy condiment is often served with stir fried noodles in Malaysia and Singapore.