How to Cook Penang Char Koay Teow

Penang Char Koay Teow - A Wok Around Asia Recipe Courtesy of Parkroyal Penang Resort Folks, I'm very proud to present the first how-to video from my Wok Around Asia project, and it's appropriately on Char Koay Teow (or Char Kway Teow), one of the most popular dishes from Malaysia's street food capital of Penang. It's different from my own version » Read More

How to Cook Malaysian Chicken Curry Noodles

I wasn’t intending to blog about this Live Asian Kitchen broadcast, because Malaysian Chicken Curry is something I cook on a regular basis and I've already posted the recipe in the past. However, this particular batch turned out different enough (in a good way) that I thought it worth sharing. Plus there's the added element of serving it with » Read More

How to Make Indonesian Sup Soto (Low Carb)

I was hesitant to call this a Soto since its defining characteristic is the use of compressed rice squares (ketupat) simmered in soup, and with the whole low-carb thing, I’m severely restricting my rice consumption. Instead, I added some coconut powder (I would have used coconut cream or coconut  milk but I didn’t have any on hand) to compensate » Read More

How to Make Cauliflower Fried Rice (Low-Carb)

In this Live Asian Kitchen you will hear me say repeatedly how much I disliked cauliflower, and how much contempt I held for the attempts at cauliflower fried rice I’d seen online. They looked like gooey couscous or risotto, and bore no resemblance to fried rice as I know it. I thus came into to this session with very low expectations, but was » Read More

How to Make Low-Carb Malaysian Prawn Noodle Soup (Har Meen)

  This dish is known by different names depending on which part of Malaysia you grew up in; I know it as har meen (literally prawn noodles), and being pork-averse, I make mine with a combination of prawn and chicken stock, and top it with chicken in lieu of pork. The low-carb version covered in this recipe involves the use of konnyaku » Read More

How to Make Asian-Style Moussaka (Low-Carb)

My friends from church, Jana and Petros, invited me to their place for lunch and served such an amazing moussaka that I was determined to attempt it myself. In this Twitch Live Asian Kitchen, I “asianised” the dish through the use of Asian sauces and seasoning ingredients, AND I served it with a healthy dose of SateBoyz Vietnamese Sate Chilli » Read More

How to Cook Stir-Fried Cucumber (Low-Carb)

This Live Asian Kitchen broadcast marks the beginning of my low-carb diet. For the record, I neither invented nor tweaked this recipe to fit into my current low-carb fixation; stir-fried cucumber is actually quite a common dish served up in Chinese homes back in Malaysia (and possibly other parts of the world; I don’t know).   Stir-Fried » Read More

How to Cook Pineapple Fried Rice

I know it might sound like I’m trying to get more plays on this pineapple fried rice video, but in all honesty, short of having me look over your shoulder and directing as you cook, your best hope in learning how to do fried rice (and many other Asian dishes, for that matter) lies not in reading the recipe but in watching how it’s done - The » Read More

How to Cook Chinese-Style Braised Duck with Mushrooms

So I bought a duck and wanted to yield more than one dish out of it, for the sake of variety and because a 2.5kg bird is simply too big to cook whole in my wok. This recipe (as well as the next couple of duck ones) is from this Live Asian Kitchen broadcast >>       Ps. I know I’m not the most specific when it » Read More

How to Cook Malaysian Lamb Curry

This was a personal favourite from my range of Jackie M frozen meals, at least before I substituted fried fresh onion with commercial fried shallots. I employed a lot of shortcuts for my business because of time and cost constraints, but I’ve always acknowledged that fresh is best. Full cooking lesson for this dish brought to you by my Live » Read More