I love chocolate cake all by itself, but a touch of coffee makes this chocolate cake even better!
If you are a fan of Korean fried chicken, this is a must try-recipe. I bet you will like it very much!
Homemade raisin buns are not very difficult to make—and they are so delicious!
Mi rebus, or boiled noodles, is a very popular dish in Malaysia. The sweet and thick gravy is delicious in every way!
Homemade dinner rolls are not very difficult to make—and they are so delicious!
Ever since I was young, kek batik has been one of my favorite chocolate desserts to make. This quick and easy recipe won't let you down.
Spicy shrimp is one of my favorite dishes to cook at home. This spicy, sweet, and sour dish will never disappoint you.
Learn how to make a basic naan using this quick and easy recipe.
French toast is one of my favorite breakfast dishes of all time. On the weekend, my husband and I love taking the time to prepare this dish while watching the news.
"Mi sup" or chicken noodles is one of my favorite comfort foods. This dish is perfect during dinner time for you and your family.
Cucur is a traditional Malay fritter snack. It is served alongside sweet and sour chili dipping sauce. This quick and easy recipe is my pick while watching tv or during teatime.
This Thai-inspired pineapple fried rice is very easy to make. It's a perfect summer dish for you and your family.
For those who are looking for something new to cook for your family, I think this dish is perfect. It's easy, quick, and tasty.
Kuih karipap is among Malaysian's favorite snacks of all time. It's very easy to make, and it's suitable to serve for teatime or appetizers.
Ayam Bakar Daun Pandan is very popular in Malaysia. By now, we all know what daun pandan is. Usually, it is used for making desserts. But, did you know we can use the leaves as a wrap?
Chicken and beef satay is very popular in Malaysia. It is one of the Malaysian national dishes alongside nasi lemak, roti canai, and char kuey teow.
Kuih pau, or steamed buns, are very popular in Malaysia. They are considered one of traditional "kuih" for breakfast and teatime.
I love dates. They are sweet and sticky. Have you tried sticky dates pudding with toffee or butterscotch syrup? It's very easy, and I can guarantee this pudding will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Bananas in sweetened coconut milk or known as 'pengat pisang' is a very simple dessert to make. I learned the recipe from my mother, mostly by watching her cooking in the kitchen.
Malaysian-style glazed donuts, locally known as kuih keria, are a very popular dessert in Malaysia. I love kuih keria no matter what the occasion, as I have a huge sweet tooth. Yummy!
If you have leftover rice and you don't know what to do, this is the best solution. Fried rice. It's easy and very quick to make. Have it with fried eggs or spicy kimchi, you won't regret it!
Nasi lemak is one of my favorite Malaysian breakfast foods. It is traditionally served with spicy sambal ikan bilis, fried chicken, fresh cucumber, and hard-boiled or fried eggs. It is delicious!
One of my favorite things to make is a chocolate cake in a mug. I have made this many times when I was craving chocolate. It was very easy to make; you'll have it in your mouth under 2 minutes!
In Malaysia, fried bananas are a common street food snack. It is one of the easiest snacks to make, and you can have it anytime and in as many ways you like.
Sardine rolls are quick and easy—plus, they make delicious starters or snacks.
Sometimes when I'm hungry I want a comfort food that's fast and simple to make. Curry vermicelli noodles are at top of my list because it's simple and tasty.
I love chicken curry. I know there are many variants of chicken curry that you can cook and everyone should have their favorite. This is my personal favorite. It's Malay chicken curry.