Thermocook vs Thermomix – A Comparison

I don’t think there’s any doubt the Thermomix is like the Mercedes Benz of kitchen aids; it works beautifully and having one in your kitchen is a bit of a status symbol (admit it). Yet with a slew of similar kitchen aids emerging in recent times, and as the only person I know who owns both a Thermomix TM5 AND a competing product, an Optimum » Read More

Introducing TeebTV – A Regional “Netflix-for-Indies”

Back in late June, I made an announcement about my appointment as a co-founder of TeebTV.com, a "Netflix-for-Indies" startup based in Indonesia and Malaysia. Ever since then, I've been inundated with messages regarding my original post, so I've decided to compile a quick introduction and to clarify some common misunderstandings about TeebTV. What » Read More

How to Cook Fried Rice with 3 Types of Eggs

Fried rice is kind of a fridge clear-out type of dish for me, rather than something I plan ahead of time. The ingredients in this particular recipe, I guess, will give you an insight into what my Asian pantry/fridge contains - salted eggs, century eggs, salted fish, leftover boiled rice, that sort of stuff :) Don’t despair if you don’t have » Read More

Jackie M TeebTV Announcement

I’m the (newly-appointed) co-founder of an Indonesian-Malaysian Netflix-for-Indies startup called TeebTV and there’s an opportunity if you’re a content creator, to get your work added to our library and in front of our audience. We’re looking for the following in all genres – short films, music videos, animation, feature films and TV shows. Our » Read More

Spiral Curry Puffs using a Thermomix

One of the benefits of making dough in the Thermomix, for me, is its ability to handle small-ish batches and also contain the flour and other ingredients within its closed system during kneading. It means you don't end up with your kitchen bench covered with flour, which was always a source of annoyance with my old Kenwood. This recipe will yield » Read More

Seremban Girl and Memories of Malaysia

A couple of years ago someone in a Malaysian Facebook Group posted a link to SerembanGirl.com - a blog they'd stumbled upon, and which they'd enjoyed reading (well I think they did). They were wondering if anyone knew who the owner was. It occurred to me then that I should probably edit the Seremban Girl About Me page to include references to my » Read More

Competition – #SummerMyWay with Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro

Hey everyone, I've got a brand new Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro laptop to give away! As a tie in with Lenovo's summer campaign, I'm going to give this laptop to one of you (based in Australia) who can answer this question - WHAT DOES SUMMER MEAN TO YOU? You can be as creative as you like - post a photo, short quote, video - anything - on Instagram, » Read More

Fish and Hunt Australia – Quick Laksa Recipe

Click here to download a list of where to buy Dollee and other products used in the Fish and Hunt Australia cooking segments >> Recipe and Where to Buy This is the Curry Laksa I made on Foxtel's Fish and Hunt Australia Season 8, airing June 2015 onwards. We all love the idea of cooking everything from scratch, but I appreciate that » Read More

How to Use Jackie M Curry Pastes

I've been making my own range of Curry Pastes and Sauces for a number of years now, and they're based on the SAME recipes I used for my Concord restaurant menu and my (very popular but now discontinued) frozen meals range. If you love Malaysian curries but find the effort involved in tracking down ingredients and prepping them just too » Read More

How to Make Fish Paste

Print PDF Q: What do Fish Balls, Fish Cake slices, Thai Fish Cakes, Otak-Otak and Yong Tau Foo (stuffed tofu & vegetables) have in common? A: They're all made with fish paste. This recipe was taught to me by my brother CS Tang (minister of Concord Presbyterian Community Church) back when I had my restaurant. The reason he was my go-to guy » Read More