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    its simply a Malaysian delight. This can be eaten as dessert or as a tea time snack orwhich ever or however you like it...extreemely easy to make and best of allt it taste great!A must try

    Recipe #227069

    kids love this. you can make this as appetizers or as snacks

    Recipe #226813

    A delicious appetizer.

    Recipe #226811

    This is such a wonderful Turkish bread. I can't remember where got this recipe, but I've made it and it's simply lovely. You can stuff in your fave fillings (my family loves spinach, turkey slice and cheese, so that's what I always stuff it with)

    Recipe #221810

    I got this recipe from the newspaper the other day and this is from one of the famous chef in Malaysia Amy Beh.

    Recipe #219900

    Nyonya food, also referred to as Straits Chinese food or Lauk Embok Embok, is an interesting amalgamation of Chinese and Malay dishes thought to have originated from the Peranakan (Straits Chinese) of Malacca over 400 years ago. This was the result of inter-marriages between Chinese immigrants and local Malays, which produced a unique culture. Here, the ladies are called nyonyas.

    Recipe #219895

    This recipe I got from a seafood restaurant where my family loved to go for their sweet & sour crabs. I've made friends with the chef and she gave me this priceless recipe....

    Recipe #219891

    A simple Chinese cuisine.

    Recipe #218871

    Rosemary lemon roasted chicken.

    Recipe #171771

    A sweet, soft and chewy cookie. Kids will love it and so will you!

    Recipe #171767

    A warm salad for a warm summer's day. Note that do not dress the salad until its time to eat or the salad will be soggy.

    Recipe #171407

    Japanese Pancake--great for snack or dessert. You can use other filling to your liking like peanut butter or chocolate spread

    Recipe #171406

    A fulfilling meal. Easy to cook. Take note that the rice referred here is cooked rice preferably cooked over night (great way to finish up the left overs).

    Recipe #171187


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