CHINESE BRAISED PEANUTS

CHINESE BRAISED PEANUTS

When you go to Chinese Restaurants in Southeast Asia, mainly Singapore and Malaysia I believe, they will bring you this wonderful Chinese Braised Peanuts after you order the dishes. It’s almost like when...

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SEA BASS WITH LEMON SAUCE

SEA BASS WITH LEMON SAUCE

Sea Bass with lemon sauce is one of my very favorite Asian fish dishes. The fish is cooked by both pan-frying and steaming at the same time. All the seasonings marry so well...

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SESAME BALLS

SESAME BALLS

Sesame balls or known as Sesame seeds balls or in Chinese known as Jian dui 煎堆 . Jian means fried and dui means a pile (like a big pile or something). Some people...

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TWICE-COOKED FISH WITH CASHEW NUTS

TWICE-COOKED FISH WITH CASHEW NUTS

Some people told me that they weren’t sure how to cook fishes besides deep-frying or baking them. It seems like deep-frying makes everything tasty. Well, that part I have to agree. Not friendly...

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SERI MUKA/ GREEN AND WHITE RICE CUSTARD

SERI MUKA/ GREEN AND WHITE RICE CUSTARD

First the Onde Onde then the Kue Dadar. Now the Seri Muka. I guess I must be craving for sweet stuff. This two-tone rice and custard is absolutely my all-time favorite. Seri Muka...

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CHICKEN AND PORK CURRY

CHICKEN AND PORK CURRY

I saw this “The Exotic Kitchens of Malaysia” cookbook by Copeland Marks at the library the other day and I was intrigued to try all the different recipes in there. This Chicken and...

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PORK RIB TEA SOUP WITH CHINESE CRULLERS

PORK RIB TEA SOUP WITH CHINESE CRULLERS

Bak Kut Teh direct translation is “meat bone tea”, and, at its simplest, consists of meaty pork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dang...

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kaya toasts

COCONUT AND EGGS JAM TOAST / KAYA TOAST

My husband and I have been craving for coconut and eggs jam/ Kaya. So I did make some the other day. I was reminded of this Kaya Toast few days ago. I used...

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STIR-FRIED MEE THYE MAK / BEE TAI MAK

STIR-FRIED MEE THYE MAK / BEE TAI MAK

Mee Thye Mak / Bee Tai Mak is noodle made of rice flour. It is very similar to other type of noodle such as Flat Rice Noodles (Kwey Tiau) with an exception that...

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