Are you ready for the new range of Roti Canai?
Jan23

Are you ready for the new range of Roti Canai?

Having Roti Canai happens every day in Malaysia. More so if you are in urban cities like Kuala Lumpur and Georgetown where you can find a mamak shop at nearly every corner of shops and commercial centres. The conventional Roti Canai It is very easy to just order Roti Canai in these shops. In fact, it has already been labelled as one of the so-called ‘national’ food. Besides the standard Roti Canai which is plain and taken with curry,...

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Top Roti Canai places in Klang Valley
Jan23

Top Roti Canai places in Klang Valley

It has already been said that the Roti Canai is a must-try food for anyone in Malaysia. It is actually one of the top Malaysian breakfast dishes for most locals. So, whether you are a Malaysian or a foreigner visiting, you must find time to try this out. Here are the top places you should seek. Best breakfast Before anything, you should take note that having Roti Canai will only be complete if you have it with: A glass of Teh Tarik 2...

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Top Ramadhan bazaars
Jun22

Top Ramadhan bazaars

The Ramadhan month comes once every year and that is when you see a lot of these bazaars mushrooming around the Klang Valley. It is an interesting time because the Ramadhan bazaars are the places to go and is specifically packed around 6.00pm as Muslims are buying food to buka puasa. These are great places for food among non-Muslims as well. We find out the top bazaars you can find around the Klang Valley. Taman Tasik Permaisuri...

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Top Malaysian Breakfast You Must Try
Dec17

Top Malaysian Breakfast You Must Try

With so many choices, you can try one every day for the whole week. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So you must start the day right. Malaysia is the home to all types of food and here are among the most popular ones for breakfast which is common in the typical Malaysian diet. Coffee and Tea – Malaysia has its Kopi ‘O’ which is black coffee while you can try the Teh Tarik (pulled tea). Besides that, there are the likes...

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Top 6 organic food trends
Jun17

Top 6 organic food trends

Food consumption is constantly an issue in the world today with more and more concerns encircling around how they are produced and such. In fact, there have been a lot of concerns in recent years about the dangers of saturated fats and the fact that more and more people are eating food produced using this ingredient. As such, organic food has become quite a popular choice and this include the likes of lentils and bee-less honey which...

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Don’t wash chicken before cooking, defrost it!
Jun17

Don’t wash chicken before cooking, defrost it!

In one of the most startling revelations ever, it has been found that pre-packed chicken should not be washed before cooking. This is because there could be bacteria that might cause food poisoning when water is used to clean the chicken. As a result, you could be suffering from some bad diarrhea or even some sever indigestion. And if you should not be washing the chicken, what then should you do for hygiene practice? This is where...

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Yam Cake
Apr04

Yam Cake

Yam Cake – Recipe For the cake – 1 bowl of rice flour – 1½ bowl of yam, make sure to dice them into 1-2cm cubes – 2 bowls of water – ½ – ¾ bowl of dried shrimps – 2 tablespoons of wheat starch – ½ teaspoon of white pepper – 5 shallots, make sure they have been finely chopped – ½ teaspoon of salt – 1 teaspoon of 5 spice powder For the topping – Spring onions that...

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The best Nasi Lemak around Town
Mar29

The best Nasi Lemak around Town

Nasi Lemak is one of the most popular Malaysian dishes. It is loved by Malaysians from all walks of life and people from all backgrounds. As Malaysia is a country of many culture and races, there are many versions of Nasi Lemak that one could enjoy. Nasi Lemak is a type of dish which includes Santan rice with a mixture of ingredients. The standard ones include anchovies (ikan bilis), peanuts, a hard-boiled egg, cucumber and sambal (a...

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What is the ideal Malaysian diet?
Mar26

What is the ideal Malaysian diet?

There are so many types of food in Malaysia which is contributed by our rich and diverse multi-cultural backgrounds. With more than 28 million people in the country who comes from all walks of life, we are all spoilt for choice when it comes to food. In fact, we have a problem deciding what to eat in every meal. Bear in mind that the 3 main meals are most important while whatever comes between can be avoided and skipped. So what would...

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Chilli Crab
Jan03

Chilli Crab

Chilli Crab is typically a dish that is common when one is dining at a seafood restaurant. It is one of the tastiest dishes for anyone who loves seafood where it is both a challenge as well as an achievement to enjoy. It is said that a seafood restaurant’s reputation often hinges on whether how well they cook the Chilli Crab which pretty much sets the benchmark of quality in the dishes.   For those who are familiar with this, Chilli...

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Wat Dan Hor
May03

Wat Dan Hor

The Wat Dan Hor is one of the most popular Chinese dishes in Malaysia. The name is actually a Chinese phrase which literally means ‘Smooth Egg Koey Teow’. Typically, Wat Dan Hor is similar to the taste of the Cantonese friend noodles which usually incorporates rice vermicelli or Bihun and Koey Teow, which is the flat, smooth rice noodles where this dish only uses the Koey Teow. The gravy used in both these dishes are the same which...

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Easy Pizza for the kids to make
Apr03

Easy Pizza for the kids to make

My 3 years old son is currently at the age that loves to explore, in other words, play! He does not want to eat anything at all! Well, other than snacks, a friend suggest that i get him involve, play cooking 🙂 So, i found this easy pizza recipe that he could make with me.. Pizza . wholemeal pitta bread . tomato paste . turkey ham or any kind of ham, sausages, pepperoni.. * . cherry tomatoes * . pineapple * . cheddar cheese and...

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Sambal Tumis Sotong
Apr04

Sambal Tumis Sotong

Ingredients 200 – 300g of fresh squid 1 clove of garlic 5 -10 dried chillies 1 teaspoon of belacan 1 tablespoon sugar Oil 3 cloves of shallot ½ inch of ginger 1 onion Tamarind juice, to get the juice, just soak a teaspoon of tamarind paste in a cup of warm water Salt to taste How to prepare Take the shallots, garlic, ginger, the dried chillies and blend them together. After that, take a frying pan and heat the oil, now take the...

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Indian Mee Goreng
Aug12

Indian Mee Goreng

Indian Mee Goreng – Recipe   Ingredients 2 cloves of garlic that has been chopped 1 lb of Yellow Noodles, make sure you rinse them properly before cooking them 1 potato that has been boiled, peeled and sliced 2 eggs Sufficient amount of bean sprouts 1 lime, cut them into wedges Cooking oil 3 tablespoons of chili paste or to taste 3 pieces of dried bean curds that have been cut into pieces 4 squids, clean them properly and cut...

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Belly Beef with Fermented Bean Curd
Jul04

Belly Beef with Fermented Bean Curd

Ingredients: 600g belly Beef with skin 500g (medium sized) taro (yam) Meat marinate: 3 cubes fermented red bean curd (nam yue) 3 tbsp Chinese rice wine 3 tbsp oyster sauce 2 pips garlic, pounded ½ tsp five-spice powder ½ tsp white pepper powder Taro marinade: 1 cube fermented red bean curd ¼ tsp five-spice powder 1 tbsp Chinese rice wine ¼ cup oil for deep-frying Beef ¼ cup oil for deep-frying yam   Direction: 1. Scald the strip of...

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