These deliciously tender Slow Cooker Boiled Peanuts are super easy to prepare. Simply set it and allow the slow cooker to do its job.
A tutorial on how to make Crispy Fried Shallots and Fragrant Shallot Oil, a popular condiment in Chinese cooking. It is a must-have in a variety of dishes!
This Malaysian style Pickled Papaya is usually eaten as a snack or appetizer. It is crunchy, tangy, slightly spicy, and deliciously addictive. A must-try!
This clear peppery White Radish Soup with beef broth is soothing accompaniment to any rice meal. Also delicious served with thick rice noodles.
Crunchy and tasty Stir Fry Long Beans flavored with garlic, ginger, chilies, and fermented soy beans. Delicious served with steamed rice or congee.
Sweet Potatoes in Gula Melaka Syrup is a twist on a sweet soup dessert using palm sugar instead of regular sugar syrup. Simple, fragrant, and delicious.
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!
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.
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.
Tang Chek Memories – bittersweet recollections of Winter Solstice Festival from childhood and the significance of Kuih Ee in the Chinese culture.