This tender Wat Tan Gai Choy (Stir Fry Mustard Greens in Silky Egg Sauce) is made even more tasty with crab meat. Delicious served with a bowl of steamed rice.
Wafer thin Bak Kwa (Chinese Pork Jerky) is a must-have for the Chinese New Year. Make your own using just a few simple ingredients and at a fraction of the cost.
Usher in the lunar new year with this traditional Ho See Fatt Choy (Braised Oysters and Sea Moss) dish for a prosperous new year. It is full of delicious umami flavor.
Traditional melt-in-the-mouth Chinese Peanut Cookies made gluten free using rice flour. They are a favorite during the Chinese New Year and popular throughout the year.
Slow simmered Leng Ngau Tong (Lotus Root Soup) flavored with broiled cuttlefish. It is a comforting soup to come home to at the end of the day.
Light, airy, and fragrant Kuih Bangkit (Tapioca Cookies) are a Chinese New Year favorite in Malaysia and Singapore. Uses only 5 ingredients with detailed video instructions.
Kerabu Timun (Spicy Cucumber Salad) is a spicy and appetizing Malaysian salad that is sure to whet your appetite. Best eaten freshly tossed with lots of steamed rice.
This Fried Chili Paste is the perfect accompaniment to your noodles and rice dishes. It is a versatile condiment to have in hand and is very easy to prepare.
Curry Laksa (Curry Mee) is a delicious spicy curried noodle soup with a variety of toppings. This is my family’s version found mainly in the Klang Valley and its surrounding areas.
Kuih Ee is a dessert of glutinous rice balls in syrup eaten as a symbol of unity and togetherness during Tang Chek, weddings, birthdays, and the Chinese New Year.