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.
If you’re a Malaysian foodie, you’ve probably had your fill of some of the best banana leaf rice known to man. Eating on a banana
The only way to make bananas better is by frying them in a crispy batter. Malaysians have been doing this for as long as we
Malaysia is popular for its extensive food options. We have everything ranging from authentic traditional cuisine to food fusions that will blow your mind away.
Hari Raya will not be complete without rendang. This dish is the emblem food of the festive season. It is best paired with fragrant and
Mee Rebus is a noodle-based dish that varies across the states in Malaysia. The broth in this noodle dish is thick and creamy. It is
Nasi Daging is a well-known dish on the East coast of Malaysia, often associated with Terengganu and Kelantan. This delectable meal consists of fragrant coconut
This delicacy is a prime example of western food made Malaysian. You can find a Ramly stall at almost all corners of our nation. These
Apam Balik is Malaysia’s version of a pancake. It is different from the regular flour, egg and water batter pancakes you see on TV. An
Ayam Masak Kicap literally translates to chicken cooked in soy sauce. Due to the simple recipe, this dish is one of the popular college meals
We LOVE fried chicken! There is no better treat than the crunchy and flavourful skin paired with the tender and juicy meat of fried chicken.
Nasi Kerabu is a dish that is synonymous to Kelatan, and is much loved by Malaysians all around. Back in its homeland, this dish is
If you’ve ever been to Penang, you’ll have most likely been drawn into one of the many Nasi Kandar stalls spread across the foodie town.