Learn to Make a Fast and Simple Meal – Chili

By Thursday, September 4, 2014 0 , Permalink 1

Some days I am just too lazy to put together several dishes for dinner at home, but I also don't feel like eating out. That is why I always keep a few easy ingredients around the house for day like this so I can put together a quick and easy dinner. In this post, I ...

Bee Koh Glutinous Rice Pudding Nyonya Kuih

Bee Koh (米糕) is a traditional Nyonya Kuih mainly found in the North-western part of Peninsular Malaysia . It is glutinous rice pudding made with coconut milk and sugar. This is one of my favorite Nyonya Kuih ever. People in Penang made or buy this glutinous rice pudding to pray Tin Kong 拜天宫, The Heavenly ...

Hainan Chicken Rice

By Monday, June 23, 2014 3 , , Permalink 1

After seeing a few of my Facebook friends posting rice cooker Hainan Chicken Rice, I finally made it. I only have a 3 cups rice cooker and it is too small to cook the rice and chicken together in the it. I do not want to buy a bigger rice cooker just for the purpose ...

Pan Seared Ahi Tuna with Sesame and Chia Seeds

I was a little adventurous today. While at Costco this morning, a pack of fresh wild ahi tuna caught my attention as I was shopping in the seafood cooler. The pack had 3 small pieces of tuna. As most of you may have known that when you buy from Costco, you buy in bulk. So ...

Homemade Malaysian Style “Bak Kwah” Pork Jerky

By Tuesday, February 25, 2014 0 , , Permalink 0

This past Monday, a few Malaysian ladies gathered together at a friend's house for a Homemade Malaysian Style "Bak Kwah" Pork Jerky cookout. I shared with them how to make this delicious Malaysian delicacy. We bought 15 pounds of ground pork. That's a lot of meat but we just wanted to make sure we have ...

Malaysian Style Lou Sang Salad

By Tuesday, February 11, 2014 0 , , Permalink 0

Several Malaysian girlfriends in Irvine got together to learn how to make Malaysian Style Lou Sang Salad (Sweet and Sour Tossed Chinese New Year Salad) to celebrate our 2014 Horse Lunar New Year. Please do not mistaken, this dish didn't come from China. But instead, this dish is only popular in the South East Asia ...

Malaysian Fried Flat Rice Noodle – “Char Kway Teow”

By Tuesday, January 21, 2014 0 , , Permalink 0

When I was at 99 Ranch Market this morning and I saw the bag of bean sprouts was on sale for 99 cents. Then I thought, may be I will make "Char Kway Teow" for dinner tonight. Also grabbed a bag of the flat rice noodles from the shelf and I went to pay for ...

How to Boil Asian Yali Pear Soup

By Wednesday, December 11, 2013 0 , , Permalink 0

I learned to make this soup from my Mother-in-law. She's from Macau and she knows how to many a lot of different types of soup. Yali Pear is only available during the winter time. I haven't seen them available at the Asian grocery market during the summer time. You can also called this soup the ...


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