How To Make Pickled Green Chillies

Pickled green chillies are a popular condiment back in Malaysia, and most commonly served as an accompaniment to hawker stall dishes like wantan mee (wonton noodles). I make this only very occasionally, since I don't often eat wonton noodles myself, and in all honesty, I don't really measure the ingredients that go into it. Nonetheless, for your » Read More

How to Cook Sang Har Yee Meen (Crispy Freshwater Prawn Noodles)

I remember Sang Har Yee Meen (literally, freshwater prawn crispy noodles) as a popular dish at open-air restaurants in Malaysia, but they're actually pretty easy to make at home. If you're not too fixated about using freshwater prawns, you'll save a few bucks by using a cheaper and more commonly available variety like the banana prawns pictured » Read More

How to Make Marmite Chicken, Airfryer Chicken Crackling and Sambal Belacan Tumis

In the 33 years since I left Malaysia, I’d had no inclination to buy Marmite until this dish started showing up on Malaysian restaurant menus here in Australia. What I didn’t realise until the middle of this broadcast (thanks to my audience) was that the NZ-made Marmite I picked up at Woolies is significantly different to the British version I ate » Read More

Twitch Update 2

My May 2017 Twitch Live Asian Kitchen stats showing a peak of 2120 views per broadcast -     In under three and a half months I've reached over 30,000 views on my channel at Twitch.tv/JackieMFood. I'm looking to focus my livestreaming on Twitch for the foreseeable future, while using my YouTube channel for separately » Read More

Jackie M and Live Video – The Early Days

Some of you might remember the days when I used to run Google Hangouts-on-Air weekly, where I taught my audience how to cook Malaysian food via Live video. You can still watch replays of these broadcasts on my YouTube channel - I was one of the pioneers of using Live video as a platform to do what was effectively a cooking show (however sad » Read More