Malaysia Kitchen Season 1 Episode 2 Recipe

In Episode 2 of Channel 7TWO’s Malaysia Kitchen, I join host Alvin Quah to make Chee Cheong Fun, a breakfast favourite in Malaysia. If you missed the original airing on 31 Oct, you can catch the episode here - https://au.tv.yahoo.com/plus7/malaysia-kitchen/-/watch/29939679/malaysia-kitchen-sat-31-oct-season-1-episode-2/ but only for the next 4 » Read More

Malaysia Kitchen Season 1 Episode 1 Recipe

Ever since the new cooking show, Malaysia Kitchen, started airing on Channel 7TWO (I’m in 5 of the 10 episodes), I’ve been getting requests for the recipes used in my segments. While they’ve previously been shared in various forms on my website, I figure this is a good excuse to republish them in the context of the show. In case you missed it, » Read More

The Beginner’s Malaysian Pantry

Learning to cook Malaysian can be somewhat like trying to learn a new language, especially where ingredients are concerned. Many ‘Malaysian’ recipes published by prominent chefs based outside of Malaysia call for an incredibly long list of ingredients for each dish. This can be intimidating for someone just starting out or trying to recreate the » Read More

How to Cook Ayam Goreng

Ayam Goreng aka Malay Fried Chicken A popular item on my old restaurant menu, this recipe has a couple of tricks to overcome potential barriers to preparing fried chicken at home. Making sure the meat is simmered and just cooked through before flash-frying prevents overcooking the outside. This also means you can use a large heavy-based wok or » Read More

How to Make Chee Cheong Fun

Awhile back, I ran a Google+ hangout and cooked this dish - the response was instant and many said they had no idea how easy the rolls are to make at home. That, combined with the simple pantry ingredients in the recipe, means overseas Malaysians can now satisfy their cravings for Chee Cheong Fun in a matter of minutes. I never knew about the » Read More

How to Cook Wantan Mee with Chicken Char Siew and Sui Gow

A typical Malaysian breakfast dish, stir-fried noodles are coated in a sticky sauce and served with steamed greens, a side of wontons (Wantans) and barbecued pork or chicken (Char Siew). Wantan Mee aka Wonton Noodles Ingredients: 500 g fresh, thin wonton noodles 2 bunches flowering Choy Sum, cut into 5 cm lengths For Wonton Mee » Read More

How to Cook Penang Asam Laksa

Asam (aka Assam) Laksa Also known as Penang Laksa, this dish hails from its namesake island and has been listed among the 'Top 10 world’s most delicious foods' by CNN.  I held off on attempting it for many years as one of the main ingredients in the paste, bunga kantan or torch ginger flower, is almost impossible to find in Australia.  However, » Read More

How to Make Sambal for Kangkung Belacan

I've shown you in my previous YouTube videos how to make your own chilli paste and how to prepare dried shrimp. In this next segment, I'm going to show you how to use these two ingredients in one recipe. Sambal Recipe INGREDIENTS: ¼ cup oil (I’m using Carotino) 1 cup dried shrimp, soaked, drained and lightly pounded ¾ cup chilli paste 1 » Read More

How to Cook Sabah Sour Fish Stew (Ikan Ampap)

A simple yet delicious sour fish stew using snapper fillets; recipe and instruction by Chef Elroy of Shangri-La Tanjung Aru, Sabah. INGREDIENTS: 100 g Red snapper (fillet) 10 g Turmeric, fresh (crushed) 25 g Ginger, cleaned (crushed) 20 g Lemongrass, cleaned (quick-knock at the steam) 5 g Lime leaf 20 g Red chilli (seeded) 5 g Asam » Read More

Roti with Banana and Chocolate Sauce

Roti Canai dough is usually flipped, but in this version, Chef Kris rolled it into a thin pastry which is then filled with banana slices. This is one of the dishes from the Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Wine Dinner I hosted recently. INGREDIENTS: Roti canai dough - 1 kg strong flour 1 tsp salt 2 egg whites 1 Tbsp ghee 1 Tbsp condensed milk 1 Tbsp » Read More