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Nasi Hujan Panas – Rainbow Rice

Saturday, 06 January 2018 by

                  Rainbow Rice Literally means: Nasi-hot Hujan-rain Panas-hot – Hot rain rice or Rainbow Rice.   In Malaysia the heat can reach up to 36°C. It will rain when the sun is shining and glaring. It is now that you will see a rainbow or two in

                    As a Malaysian I usually have all the ingredients in my freezer and pantry. If you don’t, just make a run to the Chinese grocers and you’ll have them ready for cooking at any time. It’s easy to do this soup. Now you can enjoy

                  Hi everyone. This is the recipe for Malaysian roti canai. It is an easy recipe to make. Please don’t let the youtube videos of roti canai flipping deter you from trying this recipe. You don’t have to flip it in the air. There are other ways

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

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

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

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