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 Cook Wonton Noodles and Chicken Char Siew, Plus My First Twitch Troll

My second Twitch.tv livestream covered one of the more popular menu items from my Orange Grove Market days - wonton (aka sui gow) noodles with chicken char siew - I’m still tweaking my broadcasts, so I appreciate your patience re: screen layouts, audio, etc. etc. You’ll notice in this second livestream that I’ve tried to make it more » Read More

How to Cook Wonton Noodles – Malaysia Kitchen S1E1 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

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