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    Good friend of mine gave me this recipe. One of my favourite potato dishes.

    Recipe #238695

    Easy to make, one of my kids favourite desserts.

    Recipe #219283

    Old traditional cookies, nice flavour and crunchy.

    Recipe #219019

    This is the best carrot cake that I have ever tasted. It has a really nice flavour that you won't need to try any other carrot cake recipes.

    Recipe #219018

    This is an old traditional snack in most of Malay families, especially when there are too many ripe bananas at the back yard. We used to eat this for breakfast or evening tea. This is a trial an error recipe. You have to keep on trying to do it until you get the right texture and flavour. Once you master it you can do it with your eyes closed. But, it is worth trying since it is a really nice and tasty snack. The ingredients below are flexible. It's up to individual taste. If you like more bananas you have to add less flour and the fritters will be a softer. If you prefer the fritters to be more rounded and spongy use more flour. Either way the batter must look like cake batter before frying. I prefer more flour.

    Recipe #218526

    I got this simple dessert recipe from one of my favourite cook book. Serve immediately with vanilla ice-cream, mmmm!!!........delicious.

    Recipe #217964

    Very easy and Yummy!!!!..........

    Recipe #216937

    My own recipe, many ways to cook fried Meehoon. This is one of the recipe.

    Recipe #215261

    Submitted for RSC #9.

    Recipe #211585

    Kurma curry powder can be bought from oriental grocery store. Serve hot over rice.

    Recipe #211581

    Submitted for RSC #9.

    Recipe #211578

    The most simple recipe to make rendang, but it still taste delicious. You can use the same ingredients and directions to make chicken rendang (enough for 1 whole chicken). Try it & You wont't regret

    Recipe #154536

    For a change, why not try this for breakfast.

    Recipe #154526

    As long as I can remember, I had been eaten LEMPENG KELAPA since I was very young. My grandmother used to made this for breakfast. It doesn't cost so much and very filling. Eat it with curry or rendang.

    Recipe #154523

    My Indonesian maid called this SAMBAL TOMAT. It taste hot, spicy, sweet and sour. Dip it with sliced cucumber, hmmmmm delicious

    Recipe #154397

    Very simple and delicious.

    Recipe #154395

    We once ate this rice at one of the Japanese restaurant near our place. I tried to do it at home and create my own recipe. It turn out great. You should try this. It simple and satisfying.

    Recipe #154391

    This is one of my favourite cuisine. It taste delicious due to sweet and sour pineapple flavour and curry mixture. Serve on a bed of hot plain rice, malay style fried fish or chicken, salted fried fish or hard boiled salted egg and SAMBAL BELACAN .

    Recipe #154301

    You may use the same ingredients (exclude anchovies) to make squid sambal, prawn sambal, chicken sambal, etc.

    Recipe #154289

    Normally we eat NASI LEMAK for breakfast or dinner. To make it more tasty, wrap it in banana leaf for 15 min (while it still hot)

    Recipe #154278

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