How to Make Chilli Pan Mee and Butter Prawns

Despite being Hakka I’d only ever had Hakka Pan Mee in a broth; this was my first attempt serving it “dry-style”, which involved using the same dough recipe from the soup version which I’d previously shared, but this time cut into thin strips as opposed to pappardelle-style. I was also going in blind with this since I’d never had it, and frankly » Read More

How to Cook Char Kway Teow

More than a few people over the years have been horrified to learn that I freely share all my recipes with the world. The reasons I do so can be boiled down to my belief that 1) there’s nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9) 2) there’s a lot more that goes into running a business than knowing how to cook 3) people like the idea of cooking » Read More

How to Make Curry Laksa with Stuffed Vegies

This curry laksa recipe (minor tweaks notwithstanding) is courtesy of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, where the production crew and I stayed during our Street Eats Journey shoot in 2014. Curry Laksa INGREDIENTS: For the soup – 2 onions, pureed 10 cloves garlic, minced 250 fresh big chillies, blended 50g dried shrimp, soaked and » Read More

Live Asian Kitchen Recipe Links 2

Here are more links to previously posted recipes for the following recent Twitch broadcasts -   How to Cook Laksa Nyonya with Sui Gow Dumplings Click here for the Laksa Nyonya recipe >> http://jackiem.com.au/2017/01/23/laksa-nyonya-recipe-from-my-tafe-nsw-masterclass-presentation/ Click here for the Sui Gow recipe >> » Read More

How to Make Wheat Noodles for KL Hokkien Mee

I did a near-identical broadcast on this a couple of years ago but made a couple of minor tweaks to the KL Hokkien Mee recipe this time around, so I’m re-sharing the recipes here. FYI the title of this broadcast originally made reference to homemade udon, but the ingredients are such a diversion from traditional udon that I’ve decided instead to » Read More

How to Make Rice Noodles (for Vietnamese Banh Cuon)

I didn't set out to make Vietnamese Banh Cuon but I was hoping to test out different rice noodle recipes in this broadcast to see how they turned out texturally with different ratios of tapioca flour to rice flour in the batter. As it turned out, the one for Banh Cuon was my favourite, hence the title of this post. A third recipe called for a » Read More

Malaysian Recipe Links – Twitch Broadcasts

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve run Twitch broadcasts based on dishes I’ve previously posted here on this blog. Instead of rewriting the recipes for each of them, I figured I might share the links to the original posts here, for your reference >> Hakka Yong Tau Foo Click here for the Hakka Yong Tau Foo » Read More

How to Make Crispy Fried Onion, Prawn Stock Paste and Airfryer Ikan Bilis

I’ve made crispy fried onions and prawn stock paste in the past but here are the recipes again, for those who caught this episode of Live Asian Kitchen. Crispy Fried Onions INGREDIENTS: 6 large brown onions, peeled 1L cooking oil *You’ll need – mandolin (thin setting), wok, wooden spoon, sieve, paper towels, large bowl or » Read More

How to Make Fish Head Noodles and Crispy Skin Chicken

Well, some light relief after all that #TelstraFail saga; this was the Battle of the Bots episode. If you engage with me on the Chat at Twitch, you might have noticed a third party bot (ie. automated software) called RevloBot that intermittently posts links for people to check out how many points they have acquired based on their view » Read More

3 Ways to Prepare Rice Sticks (Vermicelli)

My audience size has grown exponentially since I got partnered with Twitch, though it did mean in this episode that over 1000 people got to watch baby Noah blaze a trail of destruction as he dropped my Thermocook jug and broke two dishes Live on Air. Double-edged sword and everything. Dried rice sticks or vermicelli are commonly available at » Read More