Kari Ayam (Chicken curry Malaysian style)

Malaysian chicken curry or Kari Ayam, is a dish made out of chicken usually the bony parts like ribs, wings, thighs and legs marinated in a spice blend of chillies, ginger, garlic, lemongrass, shallots, belachan and candlenuts cooked with coconut milk together with potatoes served with steamed rice or roti canai. RECIPE: Ingredients: 1 chicken […]

Laksam

Laksam, also known in Thailand as Lasae (Thai: ละแซ), a specialty of the Northeastern Malaysian states of Kelantan, Terengganu and Kedah, is made with very thick flat white rice flour noodles in a rich, full-bodied white gravy of boiled fish and coconut milk. Though usually made of fish flesh, it is sometimes made with eels. […]

Fish head curry

Fish head curry is a dish in Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine with Indian and Chinese origins. The head of a red snapper is semi-stewed in a Kerala-style curry with assorted vegetables such as okra and eggplants. It is usually served with either rice or bread, or as a shared dish. Fish head curry is a dish of relative popularity among Malaysians and Singaporeans and tourists there, although it is generally not categorized […]

Braised pork in soy sauce (Kong Tau Yew Bak)

Kong Tau Yew Bak (Braised Pork in Soy Sauce) is a well loved, very flavorful Hokkien (Fujianese) comfort food dish. Usually comes with hard boiled eggs. Like all dishes, variations are bound to exist because cooking is a very individual thing. Some prefer their Kong Tau Yew Bak light and soupy like the Teochew version which usually comes with […]

Bak Kut Teh (Herbal pork ribs soup)

Bak-kut-teh (also spelt bah-kut-teh; Chinese: 肉骨茶; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: bah-kut-tê, Teochew dialect: nêg8-gug4-dê5) is a pork rib dish cooked in broth popularly served in Malaysia and Singapore where there is a predominant Hoklo and Teochew community, and also in neighbouring areas like Riau Islands and Southern Thailand. The name literally translates from hokkien(dialect) as “meat bone tea”, […]

Dhal Curry

A dish made with lentils (or other pulses) that have been cooked in water, then seasoned variously with spices, tomatoes and onions. Dals may be spicy or mild – they are often pureed and typically served as a side dish. The most common DALS found on menus are CHANNA DAL (made with yellow split peas) […]

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