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Singapore-style Bak Kut Teh

Singapore-style Bak Kut Teh

When it comes to Bak Kut Teh, I’m team peppery. Unlike Malaysian-style which is infused with lots of herbs, Singapore-style Bak Kut Teh leans towards a lighter color soup with a robust peppery note. As the star of this dish is pork rib, I like to use fresh pork ribs or also known as spare ribs as they are more succulent and tender.

How To Maintain Your Healthy Habits While Traveling | Claudia Canu

How To Maintain Your Healthy Habits While Traveling | Claudia Canu

On January 4th I traveled to Malaysia where I stayed for nearly one month. I was eager to break out of my routine in Barcelona but also feared that a disruption to it could undo the results that I had reached until this moment, and those that were related to my goals.

Langsat

Langsat

The langsat is a fruit of the Asiatic tropics that is widely grown in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines.

Malaysian Popiah Recipe | How to Make Malaysian Popiah the Right Way

Malaysian Popiah Recipe | How to Make Malaysian Popiah the Right Way

Similar to egg rolls, these golden brown, crunchy, vegetable-filled snacks are simply gorgeous. Try this easy Malaysian popiah recipe today!

Laksa Soup

Laksa Soup

Laksa is a spicy Noodle Soup from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.  It is a part of Peranakan cuisine which is a combination of Chinese ...

Hearty Chicken Nuggets

Hearty Chicken Nuggets

We are media platform that share ideas on food, things to do in Malaysia and help people to discover product based on their requirements.

Satay

Satay

Satay, malaysian satay, chicken satay, pork satay

Roti Canai

Roti Canai

Tags: Roti, Malaysia

Roti Canai, Roti Prata, Malaysian Flat Bread

Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Chicken Satay sounds like its origin is from Thailand or Malaysia but the fact is that its an Indonesian delicacy. Indonesian might have been influenced by the Indian Kebabs as the appearance looks like. I always wondered as to how my taste buds will react to the sauce…well …

Mee Rebus

Mee Rebus

Mee Rebus or Mie Kuah is known as noodle soup and  is one of the popular noodle dishes in Malaysia. This will be the fried style.

Ripe Jackfruit - Healthier Steps

Ripe Jackfruit - Healthier Steps

Artocarpus heterophyllus is the binomial/scientific name given to ripe jackfruit, where it is typically grown in tropical climate regions. It is said to be native between the Western Ghats of southern India and the rainforests of Malaysia.

Terung Sambal Cheese

Terung Sambal Cheese

Traditional Italian dish meets Malaysian flavours. Full of flavours and can be prepared with the leftover sambal from the nasi lemak.

Indonesian Perkedel

Indonesian Perkedel

Today, I’m paying tribute to all BNF Indonesian fans who have been with me since Day 1 by making this crispy, tasty and utterly popular side dish – “Indonesian Perkdel”. These humble potato patties are also known as “Bergedil” in Java, Malaysia and Singapore. However, do you know they are actually influenced by the Dutch, who has their version of potato patties called “Frikadeller”?...

Malaysia Style Fried Porridge

Malaysia Style Fried Porridge

Recently, there seems to be a craze going on – at least on my social media newsfeed. I’ve been seeing pictures of Fried Porridge 炒粥 shared by my friends almost too frequently. The place to go for this dish in Singapore is apparently at Delicious Coffee Shop located at Macpherson Road. According to sgfoodonfoot, they are probably the only place selling this Malaysia style dish...

Dry Fried Mee Siam

Dry Fried Mee Siam

Popular in Singapore and Malaysia, mee siam (Siamese noodles in Malay) is one dish I can’t get enough of. I’ve always had fond memories of eating plates of vermicelli soaked in a tangy, hot and spicy broth made by mom. Even if I had to go through packets of tissue paper, it was worth it. At one point of our lives, she was running a food stall in a canteen selling mee siam and laksa. Perhaps, my love for both of these iconic local food is highly influenced from there...

Youtiao Rojak

Youtiao Rojak

I’ve always thought every Singaporean loves Fruit Rojak but I was wrong. My brother is one of those non-Rojak lovers. Till today, I couldn’t understand how anyone does NOT like this sweet, tangy and sour fruit salad? I suspect it could be due to the prawn paste that goes into the dressing, which I admit, could be a little overpowering for some people. Now if you are clueless about what Fruit Rojak is, it typically consists of cucumber, jicama (bang guang), pineapple, beansprouts, taupok (fried beancurd), youtiao (Chinese crullers) and sometimes, dried cuttlefish. Everything is tossed together in a thick prawn paste dressing that is addictively (in my opinion) sweet and tangy. There are similar versions found in Malaysia and Indonesia but the addition of youtiao and taupok I think is uniquely Singapore style...

Restaurant Review: Souper Tang (汤师父) - Popular Malaysian Herbal Soup Brand is Now in Singapore (closed)

Restaurant Review: Souper Tang (汤师父) - Popular Malaysian Herbal Soup Brand is Now in Singapore (closed)

Souper Tang (汤师父) is a familiar name in Malaysia. Actually, they were previously known as Taang Shifu but has undergone a rebranding as Souper Tang. Sis and I always visited their City Square outlet in Johor Bahru whenever we were there for some retail therapy. I was thrilled to learn they have just opened its doors in Singapore, right in the heart of Orchard Road, within a new F&B cluster in The Centrepoint. Gone are those days when herbal soups are always bitter and hard to swallow. Thanks to the skillful chefs, the double-boiled soups are exceptionally appealing and tasty, yet retaining the maximum benefits out of the various Chinese herbs...

Food Review: Chitose Agriculture Initiative x NUDE Seafood

Food Review: Chitose Agriculture Initiative x NUDE Seafood

For the unacquainted, Chitose Agriculture Initiative is a firm located in Cameron Highlands in Malaysia which grows and produces Japanese crops and produce for the regional market. Therefore, it makes an excellent supplier for firms in Singapore that would like Japanese products at much lower prices, and with a lower carbon footprint without a compromise in quality. Best of all, due to its location, firms in Singapore being supplied from Chitose are able to get their produce at a much faster time, and at a much fresher quality. Dedicated to biotechnology and strongly supportive of high standards in agriculture, Chitose also works closely with 50 artisan farms in Japan, and is also highly trained in the analyzing and imports of the products of their partner companies...

Marbled Tea Leaf Egg

Marbled Tea Leaf Egg

Whenever I pass by night markets or Chinese Medical halls, the aromatic whiffs of tea leaf egg never fails to make my tummy rumble. If you are unfamiliar with tea leaf eggs, they are a typical Chinese street food originated from China and found commonly all across China and Southeast Asia, especially Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore. The eggs are cooked and simmered in a spiced tea broth. The spices use to flavor the tea broth usually consist of cinnamon, star anise and soy sauce. The use of black tea and dark soy sauce is what gives the tea leaf eggs their signature dark color...

Sambal Chili

Sambal Chili

Sambal Chili is the quintessential condiment in Southeast Asian cuisine, especially in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Almost every household will have their own hot chili sauce recipe. The base ingredients of the sauce are usually red chili, shallot, garlic. Many would argue a good sambal chili would not be complete without belacan (fermented shrimp paste), which provided that umami flavor.

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