Malaysia is celebrating its 60th birthday today and how can we celebrate this special occasion without its most beloved food, the nasi lemak. I have previously posted an article about nasi lemak bungkus and today, am sharing the recipe to making its most important ingredient, the sambal or the chilly jam that can either make or break the entire assemble.
Two weeks ago, I share a meatball porridge recipe after trying it myself . Boy, it became an instant favorite! So the following weekend, I attempted another porridge and it too, became a new entry in my family's please-cook-again list. One may ask, why porridge every Sunday? The answer is pretty simple, I want everyone at home to enjoy a wholesome healthy dinner whilst I get my fair share no-fuss cooking, porridge fits the bill, perfectly. Since I was able to buy fresh prawns (shrimps) from the market, so it was really a no-brainer to cook porridge.
Nasi lemak is the pride of Malaysian folks for its spiciness, versatility and ability to satisfy a hungry belly. It is a dish that can be served as breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner or even supper. And what is nasi lemak bungkus? Let's find out more.
Today is Tuesday, which means we still have 3 more days to go before the weekend. Amidst our hectic schedule, I am sharing an easy and delicious lunch and breakfast idea which you can prepare and go in less less than 15 minutes. Avocado is a fruit filled with vitamins and healthy fatty acids to keep you glowy and healthy for days to come. Talk of a balanced diet. This is an easy one to start with.
Have you heard of banh mi? It is a Vietnamese sandwich that is taking over the world (my part of the world) by storm for its delicious, healthy and convenience. I have seen the banh mi queue in Singapore for those who are up for a quick on-the-go bite. Click on to get the full recipe.
On a typical Sunday, the only thing I wish to do is to stay in bed longer to catch up on my beauty sleep. This breakfast is not only easy (almost instant), but it is also yummy and healthy.
Apam balik is an extremely addictive snack invested by Nyonya, some claimed it's Malay. One thing we can be sure of, it is mightly delicious and your kids will love it.
Got this inspiration from a nice restaurant nearby that promotes healthy lifestyle and balanced diet. It takes minutes to prepare, perfect breakfast or even snacks on lazy Sundays.
Cucumber is very popular for its refreshing property and for Chinese (and other ethnics), it is a common ingredients used to cool the heatiness of one's body when eaten raw. The weather these days have been extremely hot and I hope to share this easy idea meal idea to keep everyone cool at home.
Have you ever crave for instant noodles, especially when your parents banned it from the grocery list? I do, even when I totally understand that it's not the healthiest of food. Today's idea adopts the Hong Kong twist.