This simple no-cook Garlic Chili Sauce is a tasty condiment to have on hand. It is the perfect dip for dumplings, crackers, and Hainanese chicken rice.
This Squid and Celery Stir Fry is a classic that is sure to please. It is quick, easy, and tasty. Perfect for busy weeknights.
This one-pan Homestyle Char Koay Teow with fish cakes and bean sprouts is perfect for a crowd. A time saver and very tasty indeed!
Nasi Lemak Bungkus, Malaysia’s most popular breakfast now with sambal udang (prawn sambal). It is a gastronomical delight you don’t want to miss.
Sambal Udang (Prawn Sambal) is a fiery and piquant side dish often served as an accompaniment to perk up any rice meal. A must-try for the spicy food fan.
These soft, moist, and salty Pressure Cooker Boiled Peanuts make a delicious snack any time of the day or year. Super easy to prepare.
Sai Yong Choy Tong (Watercress Soup) is a slow boil, clear, and nourishing soup. It is very popular among the Malaysian Chinese.
This Quick Style Kangkung Belacan is a twist on a popular Malaysian stir fry made simpler and quicker. Just as delicious with a bowl of rice.
This piquant Sambal Steamed Okra with a spicy sambal belacan and soy sauce dressing is full of umami flavor. Takes only 20 minutes to prepare.
Steamed Lap Cheong and Taro is a simple home style dish that is quick and easy to prepare. Very tasty and delicious served with steamed rice.
Jiu Hu Char (Stir Fry Jicama with Cuttlefish) is a popular Nyonya side dish or lettuce wrap filling prepared for all major festivals.
Kok Chai (Mini Peanut Puffs) are a traditional Chinese New Year snack prepared to symbolize abundant wealth. They are sweet, crunchy, and fun to eat.
This Cincaluk Pork Stir Fry is one dish not easily found at the restaurants. It is deliciously fragrant, tangy, and appetizing. A must try!
Shiok and Awe in Singapore – reconnecting with friends, enjoying awesome food, and visiting iconic landmarks on this compact island nation.