Nyonya Pastry Pulut Tai Tai aka Sticky Rice with Kaya

This is my all time favorite dessert from Malaysia. It is classic cake from Nyonya cuisine. The making steps are simple yet superb yum! Pulut is a Malay word meaning glutinous rice or sticky rice. The blue color is the natural color from the butterfly pea flowers. Kaya is a coconut sweet spread which can … Read moreNyonya Pastry Pulut Tai Tai aka Sticky Rice with Kaya

Special Curry Laksa Clam Lou Mein (Mee Goreng)

It has been a while we stop eating lou mein as it is not fit into our low carbs diet, however, sometimes, craving is another story. Thanks to our supplier that sent the curry laksa sampler for tasting and cooking. It is suppose be a laksa gravy or soupy type to cook with the yellow … Read moreSpecial Curry Laksa Clam Lou Mein (Mee Goreng)

Butterfly Pea Flower Singapore Hainanese Chicken Rice

Chicken rice is a very popular dish for people from Singapore and Malaysia. Almost everyone will eat chicken rice for lunch or dinner, just because it is so convenient and yummy, and it is easily to find it in the street. To make a good chicken rice from scratch, it is not that simple, however, … Read moreButterfly Pea Flower Singapore Hainanese Chicken Rice

Bread Machine Recipe: Easy Homemade Rich Pandan Flavor KAYA (Coconut Spread) 面包机简易斑兰加耶

i love this coconut spread more than other type of fruit jam, as it is rich of coconut and egg fragrance.This kaya spread can just simply add into any pastry to have the amazingly good taste. In America, there are so hard to find my hometown food, almost everything, i have to made it from … Read moreBread Machine Recipe: Easy Homemade Rich Pandan Flavor KAYA (Coconut Spread) 面包机简易斑兰加耶

Chinese Fujian Five Spice Pork Rolls (五香卤肉卷)

This is the snack that i have been eaten since childhood. My granny, or everybody’s granny will make this pork rolls during our prayers to ancestor and this is quite a luxurious food which we do not always get the chance to eat. However there are street food stall that selling the same pork rolls, … Read moreChinese Fujian Five Spice Pork Rolls (五香卤肉卷)

Ginger Chili Salted Beans Stew Fish

I hardly cook fish, first thing, hubby dislike to eat fish and the skills of cooking fish dish could be troublesome. However, we always get fish supplies from MIL so… i still have to do it once a while! I was thinking should i do tomato sweet sour fish or something spicy salty, here, i … Read moreGinger Chili Salted Beans Stew Fish

Asian Style Triangle Curry Potato Crispy Puffs

I’ve made this tiny triangle puffs as the movie snacks during our movie session at home. It is pretty simple and just simply delicious! Ingredients: Potato * 250g (about 3 pcs) – cut into small tiny cubes Onion * 150g (1/2 pc) – cut into thin slices Garlic * 2 cloves (finely chop) Spring Roll … Read moreAsian Style Triangle Curry Potato Crispy Puffs

American Style Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice)

Nasi Lemak is the most popular dish in Malaysia. There are many side dishes such as peanuts, onion, anchovies, cucumber and sometimes squid and shrimps for a luxury bites! Tonight i had my American version of nasi lemak for my hubby where he said the display looks like restaurant dish and the taste is amazing. … Read moreAmerican Style Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice)

Malaysian Style Onion Spicy Shrimp

Was wanted to follow a recipe from a friend, however, i decided to amend a little and there to become my own taste, so here i have my Malaysia style Onion Spicy Shrimp. Today’s dinner is a little bit heavy as i use cooking oil to fry the shrimp. But if you can try using … Read moreMalaysian Style Onion Spicy Shrimp