Turmeric Cauliflower Rice

Turmeric cauliflower rice is a simple twist to the Cauliflower rice with aromatic fragrance from the turmeric powder and cumin powder. My inspiration for this recipe is from the Malaysian fragrant Turmeric rice or yellow rice (You may … Read More

Dragon Cookies

Chinese Dragon cookies are popular Malaysian Chinese New Year cookies that are very similar to the much loved Chinese butter cookies. These cookies are piped into S-shape using an open star piping nozzle and piping bag with 2 … Read More

Steamed Sweet Corn Cake (Jagung Kuih)

Steamed Sweet Corn Cake is a type of Kuih or Kueh that is an extensive selection of fine, multi-coloured and flavoursome cakes or sweets that are distinctively Nyonya cuisine. They are normally steamed and occasionally fried or baked. … Read More

Hokkien Fried Noodles

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Hokkien fried noodles (Hokkien Char Mee) originated from a hawker (street) food stall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The food stall was owned by a chef named Wong Kian Lee dated all the way back to 1920s. Up until … Read More

Chinese 5 Spice Doughnuts (Ham Chim Peng)

Ham Chim Peng or Chinese five spice doughnuts is a very popular Cantonese street food in Malaysia and Singapore. “Ham” in Cantonese means salty, “Chim” means fried and “Peng” means dough or often referred to as bread or … Read More

Pumpkin and Coconut Layered Cake (Kuih Talam)

Kuih talam is another well-liked Nyonya or Peranakan cake in Southeast Asia. Peranakan cuisine is the fusion of Chinese and Malay cuisines due to intermarriages between the Chinese and Malay population. Nonya or Peranakan cuisines are reknown for … Read More

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