Need to find authentic recipes from Malaysia? We have satay, laksa, coconut rice, beef rendang, and more.
A delicious rendang (sometimes mistakenly called a curry) from Indonesia. Beef is slow cooked in coconut milk. Serve with white rice.
This is more like Malaysian Chinese recipe I have created. I always used my garden vegies to cook, you can feel the vegies texture, crispy and of course freshness.
Choose your meat for this coconut-based Malaysian curry. It has a nice mix of fresh and dried herbs and spices.
This is the Malaysian take on Indian chicken curry. You may want to start with less water than recommended and add more as you need-depends on how thick you want the sauce.
This is a wonderful beef noodle soup that uses mashed sweet potatoes and tamarind juice to form the rich curry soup.
Tamarind chicken is from Malacca in Malaysia where it is known as 'Ayam Sioh'. The chicken initially simmers in a flavoursome tamarind sauce then fries it before serving with the sauce.
These Malaysian banana fritters known there as 'Cokodok Pisang' use a mashed banana mixture rather that battered whole bananas.
A long time family favourite. This recipe was handed down to me by my mother in law. There are several versions of Chilli crab recipes in Asia. This Malaysian version is sweet and savoury and the egg adds a beautiful texture. I have this for lunch or dinner and served with steamed rice and friends have been requesting for this recipe ever since.
It's a popular dish you can find everywhere in Malaysia and Singapore. They are a variety of ways to fry the noodles and I am happy to share my own version of this recipe to you. Hopefully you will like it, who knows, you may well discover this is yum Malaysian food!
This is extremely spicy dish and very popular in South East Asia, especially in Singapore, Malaysia and the Phillipines. There are many variations to this traditional dish, and I'll try to be as close to the real thing as I can with my version.