Luncheon Meat Masala

Luncheon Meat or spam can be whipped up into very tasty dishes. Here is one version – cubed luncheon meat dry fried with some spices and curry powders to result in a masala-like coating over every piece. Best enjoyed with dhall or rasam and some rice! Jump to Recipe Growing up, we occasionally had lunchecon […]

Air Fryer, Mains, Noodles

Mee Goreng Mamak

“Mamak” is a colloquial reference to the Indian-Muslim community in Malaysia. This fried noodle dish is highly popular in Mamak shops across the country. Why? It’s made up of thick noodles coated in a thickened sticky and spicy sauce, loaded with ingredients and perked up with a wedge of lime! Jump to Recipe This is […]

Kid Friendly, Mains, Uncategorized

Homemade Yee Sang

Over here in Malaysia, the Chinese New Year celebration is always accompanied with using one’s chopsticks and tossing this platter known as Yee Sang. A traditional Yee Sang platter includes daikon (white radish), sweet turnip, salmon, carrots, peanuts, crackers, pickled ginger and a variety of other colourful vegetables, some condiments such as sesame seeds and […]

Kid Friendly, Mains, Rice

How to Make Beef Stew

A lovely tender beef stew with chunks of potatoes and carrots – after a few versions, this is my go-to version which works very well for us! Jump to Recipe I only ever started appreciating beef stew when I went over to my sister’s house for dinner many years ago and she made the best […]

Kid Friendly, Mains

Chicken & Ginger Stir Fry

A delicious one pan stir fry using pantry staples, chicken and broccoli with a nice hit of ginger and quick stir fry action! Jump to Recipe Okay so I exaggerate. No quick toss toss fire flaming over the wok kinda stir fry action you see in the chinese restaurant kitchens. But there is some toss […]