Monthly Archives: June 2009

Bendi Goreng

What to make with the leftover of fresh okra or ladyfingers that you buy to put in fish curry? Not to waste the okras that I bought and cooked earlier, I decided to pound some fresh red chili, dried anchovies…

Nasi Lemak Sambal Sotong

Try Google nasi lemak and you will be amazed to read that it is proclaimed as national dish..haha! Nasi lemak is rice cooked with coconut milk, eaten with slices of boiled egg (telur rebus), fried ikan bilis, cucumber, fried peanuts…

Fish Curry – Kari Ikan

There are many versions of curry, some cooked with coconut milk, some with just the tamarind juice and the curry powder. In certain states in Peninsular Malaysia it is called gulai rather than kari, but for certain people in East…

Lala Masak Lemak Cili Api

I think this style of cooking for lala (clams) is very popular among Malays. Most of the Malay food restaurants that have nasi campur will serve this for lunch – masak lemak cili api lala. I tried cooking this once…

Sambal Petai Udang

I love petai (Parkia Speciosa) or stink beans! I think I’ve made a post earlier but it was about having petai rebus as ulam with sambal belacan. This time I managed to blog about my home cooked sambal petai with…

Masak Lemak Kobis

I’m not sure what others call this dish, but I called it masak lemak putih..haha..to differentiate it with masak lemak kuning or masak lemak cili api (the yellow color comes from the pounded fresh turmeric thus the name..heh!) You can…

Ayam Goreng Berempah

My in law family call this dish ayam bumbu – bumbu means rempah in Indonesian. I call it ayam goreng berempah since it has all kind of spices marinated and fried together. It is very simple to make. You just…

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