Sambal Belacan


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Sambal Belacan is an indispensable chili condiment in Malaysian cuisine. For many, a meal is incomplete without this spicy savory concoction as it whets one’s appetite and goes with just about everything. Like Nasi Lemak, Malaysians absolutely love and can’t leave home without it. This sauce can be added in your stir-fried dishes (like fried […]

Penang Laksa


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Penang laksa (Malay: Laksa Pulau Pinang), also known as ASAM LAKSA or Penang Asam laksa comes from the Malaysian island of Penang. It is made with MACKEREL (IKAN KEMBUNG) soup and its main distinguishing feature is the ASAM or TAMARIND which gives the soup a sour taste. The fish is poached and then flaked. Other […]

Curry Laksa


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Curry laksa, Curry mee or Laksa. This is usually known as curry mee in Penang rather than curry laksa, due to the different kind of noodles used (yellow mee or bee hoon, as opposed to the thick white laksa noodles). Curry mee in Penang uses congealed pork blood, a delicacy to the Malaysian Chinese community. Curry […]

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