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Malaysian Telur Bungkus

Saturday, 09 December 2017 by

  Scroll to the bottom to see all the pictures. I was introduced to different versions of this recipe in Pulau Pinang (Penang). I lived there for two years and had a great time discovering new Malaysian food and places. It’s also where I truly learned to make authentic assam laksa. I was born and

Breadalicious

Saturday, 09 December 2017 by

  Sunflower Sourdough Loaves   White Sourdough Pumpkin with pumpkin seed Sourdough Monkey Bread  

Make the curry paste ahead and you’ll have a delicious, easy, exotic dish to wow your family and friends. Red curry chicken Ingredients: 4 chicken breast or 1 chicken cut into 8-10 pieces 2 tbsp oil 3 tbsp curry paste or more (see recipe below) ½ cup to 1 cup water or you can use

Malaysian tom yum goong

Saturday, 04 November 2017 by

  Ingredients: 5 cups shrimp broth (boil the prawn shells and head in water and strain them) 3 lemongrasses pounded 2” galangal (lengkuas) sliced 10 Kaffir lime leaves 4 red Thai chili pounded 1 sweet white onion sliced thickly 1 cup coconut cream (santan) 2 tbsp sambal (this can be Thai or homemade sambal) (my

Malaysian Char Kway Teow

Sunday, 29 October 2017 by

CHAR KWAY TEOW (Stir fried rice cake strips) A true and tested Malaysian delicacy. If you want to make this dish you have to include certain ingredients like the belacan which I normally incorporate into the sambal. The ingredients for the sambal includes garlic, shallots, red chilies and belacan, slow cooked until it thickens. Substitute

Kuih dadar (Malaysian crepes)

Tuesday, 17 October 2017 by

Ingredients: Batter 2 cups thick coconut cream from the can 1 cup juice from a bunch of pandan (screwpine leaves) strained or screwpine leaf essence 2-3 cups water 2 eggs beaten 4 cups flour 1 tbsp salt 1 tsp baking powder dissolved in ¼ cup water ¼ cup coconut oil   Method: Mix the coconut

Briyani Masala Powder

Monday, 16 October 2017 by

Briyani masala Ingredients: 7 bay leaves 2 tbsp coriander seeds 1 tbsp cumin seeds 1 tbsp caraway seeds 3 mace blades 2 (3”) cinnamon sticks (not cassia, get the real cinnamon) ½ a nutmeg seed 1 tsp cloves 3 star anises 10 green cardamom 1 black cardamom (break it) 1 tbsp peppercorn 1 tsp fennel

Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner

Sunday, 08 October 2017 by

This is my Canadian Thanksgiving dinner. I make all of these from scratch. It serves twenty-five people who have a sit-down dinner and there’s still plenty leftover.   Brined, roasted, fall off the bone turkey Turkey Gravy Cranberry sauce with red wine Cornbread Stuffing with white wine Cabbage coleslaw Potato salad with codfish Smoked turkey

Coconut Chutney

Monday, 02 October 2017 by

The coconut chutney is an Indian chutney which is eaten with dosa and idli. It’s a versatile dip that goes well with pakoras, vadas, badjis, uppuma or, anything else you might want to dip into it.   This is an easy version of the recipe. You will have fast and perfect coconut chutney every time. No

Dinner Rolls

Sunday, 01 October 2017 by

These dinner rolls can be made with a starter or yeast. There are pros and cons to both method. The one using the starter takes longer but tastes better. The one using the yeast proofs faster and is easier for beginner bakers.   Utensils needed: Bread machine or dough hook with mixer Square pan Rubber

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