An assortment of easy-to-follow recipes on delicious local delights. Make your favourite Malaysian foods and confectionaries in the comforts of your own home.
Image credit: new malaysian kitchen Bubur pulut hitam—the ambrosia to the gods, the sweet bowl of goodness that tastes like home. This popular Southeast Asian
Image credit: ajinomoto Introduction Ikan Goreng, which translates as ‘fried fish’ in English, is an Indonesian and Malaysian dish. Ikan Goreng is a deep-fried fish
Image credit: bonappetit.com Roti Jala, also known as ‘lace pancake’ in English, is an all-time favourite Malay tea-time snack served with curry dishes. This tasty
A curry puff is a local snack that originates from Southeast Asia. It is also a common snack in Malaysia. This popular food is a
Lontong is a local favourite dish commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. You will see an abundance of this dish, especially during the Hari
Image credit: Noobcook At the mention of Bak Kut Teh; Malaysians can already imagine the taste of this dish and the warmth that it brings.
Image credit: tiffinbiru.com Asam Pedas, known as Spicy Tamarind Fish, is a classic Malaysian dish most popular in Malacca. However, it is found in Chinese,
Appam is a South Indian pancake dish that is made of fermented rice batter and coconut milk. It is pretty common in the South Indian
When Malaysians crave for Dim Sum, one particular iconic dish that is a must-have is the Siew Mai! Also known as Shu Mai, it is
Nasi Goreng Pattaya, also known as stuffed omelette fried rice, is basically the Southeast Asian rendition of Omurice. This beloved dish of fried rice wrapped
Hokkien Mee, otherwise known as Hokkien Char, is the regionally recognised braised noodles we’ve all come to know and love. Not to be confused with
Bubur Cha Cha is a local favourite delicious dessert. This dish is made up of coconut milk with pearled sago, sweet potatoes, taros, bananas, pandan
The thought of Fish Head Curry is enough to make everyone’s mouth water. Fish Head Curry is one of Malaysian’s most favourite dishes, enjoyed by