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
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.
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
Typically eaten for breakfast or afternoon tea, Cucur Badak is a traditional Malay Kuih. It is often difficult to find this delicacy in the streets
Who could resist this light and fluffy flatbread? Not Malaysian—the number of Mamak stores serving Chapati being a dead giveaway to Malaysians’ penchant for this
Nasi Ambeng is a dish which is popular among the Javanese community. This dish is similar to Nasi Campur (mixed rice) as it contains rice
Having an eye-catching appearance embellished by various herbs, Ulam, is a Malaysian–styled salad that is enjoyed throughout Malaysia. Characterised by having a selection of raw