If you go to any seafood restaurant, your eyes would probably hover over the Butter Prawn on the menu, tempting you with its promise of
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.
Source: Ajinomoto In the last decade, buttermilk chicken took the world by storm. Many renowned restaurants specializing in buttermilk chicken such as Jibril, Buttermilk Kitchen,
Image credit: Freepik Fruit cakes might have a bad rep for being dry and overly sweet, but the mass-produced ones ruined our early impressions of
Image credit: Resepi Che Nom Ayam penyet is a dish enjoyed by all. It offers a range of textures and flavours, from the crispy and
Image credit: Freepik Three letters come to mind when one mentions baking needs in Malaysia: BWY, Bake With Yen. They pride themselves as the No.1
Seri Muka is a steamed, Malaysian dessert that consists of two layers: the white glutinous rice on the bottom, and the green pandan layer on
Yong Tau Fu is a Hakka Chinese delicacy that consists of fried tofu pieces stuffed with fish paste and served in a soup or with
Pulut Panggang is a snack that comprises of steamed, glutinous rice and a spicy sambal filling. It is a dish wrapped in a banana leave.
Often sighted in mamaks, Soto Ayam has become a staple soup dish in Malaysia. With its light and spicy turmeric soup with a herby aftertaste;
Chrysanthemum, also known as “Ju Hua” in Chinese, has a lengthy history in Chinese traditional medicine. Experts in Chinese and integrative medicine claim that chrysanthemum
With a slithery appearance and texture that just slips into your throat; Chee Cheong Fun is a Malaysian favourite that you can find in hawker
Pineapple Tart is one of the most beloved traditional festive confectionaries. It is definitely a staple in every household during Chinese New Year, Deepavali, and
You can easily identify this food by its smooth, dark surface. Cincau, or grass jelly, is a popular dessert in East Asia. Having a slightly