Monthly Archives: April 2007

A Simple Sup Sayur

Don’t know what to make for dinner during rainy day? Still have some leftover yong tau foo you bought at the pasar malam yesterday? Try my simple recipe. You don’t need to have a degree in culinary art to prepare…

Maggi Sup

What do you cook when hunger strike at midnight and you just feel like eating something soupy. Try Maggi sup. You know, when people go and eat at Mamak, this is one of the famous menu apart from Maggi Goreng..haha!…

Tiramissyou!

I hope all of you have seen the advert on the TV about how destiny could bring love in our life. Well, this is the ice cream he and she likes so much. Since I don’t take anything coffee, I…

Lengkuas – Galangal

Since I’m still on the topic of singgang, might as well share with you readers how lengkuas looks like. This is the smaller and cleaner version of the galangal rhizome. You should have seen those sold at pasar borong. I’ve…

Singgang Ikan

If you have been to Kuantan town in Pahang, or any town in Terengganu, you will noticed that this soupy dish is very common. It’s called singgang. And their famous fish would be the ikan tongkol (some sort of mackerel)…

Serai – The Lemongrass

These serai were taken fresh from my yard right before I was about to cook last week. I used to buy serai from wet market but since my cultivation process manage to grow a bunch of lemongrass plant, I should…

Secret Recipe Part I

I always like to dine at Secret Recipe. Maybe because the ambient at most of their outlets- nice, cozy, not too superficial and the food is always great (at least most of what I have tried tasted good). So this…

The Vegetarian Meals

I missed having vegetarian meals. Back then in my Uni, we have one Indian aunty who sell vegetarian food. My junior roommate used to buy lunch from the vegetarian stalls almost everyday. So one day I gave it a try…

How Do You Fry?

How do you like you chicken? Deep fried? Roasted? Stir fry with vege or chicken in soup? I like mine fried. Not deep fried like in KFC or McDonald but simply fry them in hot oil. Yet another question arise.…

Sup Sayur

What do you do when you have some leftovers from the Yong Tau Foo you bought at pasar malam? Don’t throw those fish balls away, keep them in fridge and make a delicious sup sayur with it as seasoning. Check…

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