Ais Kacang Gula Melaka (Shaved Ice with Beans and Palm Sugar Syrup) – a Malaysian dessert with a medley of toppings. Very cool and refreshing on a warm day.
Start your day right with this low fat Peanut Carrot Smoothie. It is deliciously creamy and has the same amount of protein as traditional peanut butter.
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.
These aromatic and tender Beef and Chicken Satay are a must try. Delicious served with Satay Peanut Sauce and chunks of onions and cucumber.
Homemade Fah Sung Thong (Peanut and Sesame Brittle) lightly spiced with chili flakes and five-spice powder. They are fresh, light, and crunchy.
Irresistible Turkey Satay marinated with spices and grilled on skewers. Delicious served with an easy Satay Peanut Sauce and chunks of cucumber.
Quick and easy Kung Pao Chicken with dried chilies, Szechuan peppercorns, and roasted peanuts. Delicious with a bowl of steamed rice.
Boiled Peanuts – a deliciously simple and tasty snack. Takes several hours on the stove (much faster in a pressure cooker) but well worth the effort.
Delicious homemade Ban Jian Kuih (Chinese Peanut Pancake) with chopped peanuts, cream style corn, and grated coconut filling.
The ever popular and delicious Nasi Lemak Bungkus served with spicy anchovies, peanuts, hard boiled eggs, and cucumber slices wrapped in banana leaves.
This Spicy Anchovies, Peanuts, and Tempeh is a condiment in a sweet, spicy, and sticky coating. It is wonderful served with rice and curry.
Pomelo is a pale green to yellow colored citrus fruit with a thick rind. It tastes like a mild grapefruit and has a very slight hint of bitterness. Pomelos come in two varieties – a sweet kind with white flesh and a slightly tangy kind with pinkish flesh. The ones we find here has a…
These soft and moist Muah Chee (Fujianese Mochi) coated with chopped peanuts make a great tea time treat or snack. Only 5 ingredients needed.
Lotus Root and Peanut Soup is a bowl of comfort on a cold day. This flavorful soup is slowly simmered to bring out all its wholesome goodness.
Dessert is a must when there is company. It rounds off the meal nicely and conversations tend to flow more easily during dessert time. Therefore, it is always good to have some semi-homemade recipes on hand so that a dessert can be whipped up on short notice. The two desserts featured here today are very…
Red Bean Ice Cream with Cream Corn topped with chopped peanuts, grass jelly, and palm sugar syrup to resemble Ais Kacang, a popular Malaysian dessert.
This Spicy Chocolate Rojak is a twist on the popular Malaysian spicy fruit salad using easily available ingredients for the dressing. Surprisingly tasty!
Melt-in-the-mouth gluten free Chinese Peanut Cookies using freshly roasted peanuts and rice flour. They are very easy to make and a treat for sure!