How to Make Sui Gow, Serunding and Fried Fish Balls

The original Live Asian Kitchen broadcast on which these recipes were based was unfortunately deleted (I didn't realise that Twitch only kept the recordings for 2 months) so here's a more recent episode, albeit one that only covers the Chicken Serunding (well, I also did chicken floss, but we won't worry about that) recipe below - Sui » Read More

How to Make Crispy Fried Onion, Prawn Stock Paste and Airfryer Ikan Bilis

I’ve made crispy fried onions and prawn stock paste in the past but here are the recipes again, for those who caught this episode of Live Asian Kitchen. Crispy Fried Onions INGREDIENTS: 6 large brown onions, peeled 1L cooking oil *You’ll need – mandolin (thin setting), wok, wooden spoon, sieve, paper towels, large bowl or tray METHOD: Heat » Read More

How to Make Laksa Paste and Rendang Curry Paste

#TelstraFail - Season 2, Episode 2 In Episode 1 of Season 2, I signed up for a new Telstra service because of my burgeoning need for more livestreaming data. Since then, my connection has dropped out mid-stream each time I’ve connected to the Netgear Nighthawk M1 modem that comes with it. In the Live Asian Kitchen preceding this one, I wanted » Read More

How to Make Pasembur (aka Indian Rojak)

My perseverance with Twitch finally pays off - my channel got featured in the first slot on the Twitch Australian homepage during this broadcast, bringing in my largest live Twitch audience to date. (No, not about to challenge My Kitchen Rules ratings anytime this side of eternity, but still.)   As I pointed out in this broadcast, there’s » Read More

How to Make Vegan Sui Gow (Chinese Dumplings)

This, folks, is how you do Vegan Asian right. I made this up on the fly and it was so good it got the thumbs-up from my stridently non-vegetarian guest. Not to mention baby Noah who, if you watch the video below, stole and munched on two of the as-yet-uncooked dumplings when I wasn’t looking. Vegan Sui Gow INGREDIENTS: 250g hard tofu - » Read More

How to Cook Serunding and Mild Prawn Sambal

So I had this genius idea for audience retention; rather than telling them about my latest Giveaway at the start, I told them they’d have wait till the end for details. Then I promptly forgot about it. I hope those poor folks who stuck around at least managed to pick up some Malaysian cooking tips. Chicken Serunding INGREDIENTS: 250g » Read More

Bonne Maman Cheese Pairings & Mother’s Day Giveaway

The international trend of pairing jam with cheese (no, I wasn’t aware of it - I’m so Malaysian it hurts) has arrived on Australian shores, just in time for Mother’s Day. Since I’m a big fan of Bonne Maman, I thought I might share some of the suggestions they released courtesy of expert cheese educator Sonia Cousins - Bonne Maman has very » Read More

How to Make Homemade Curry Pastes

This was the episode where I gave away all my trade secrets regarding curry pastes, which I still sell online (though mostly to an elite group of people who’ve been buying them from me since my Orange Grove Market days). I made 4 different types of curry pastes, but will only share one of the recipes here since they’re somewhat repetitive, plus » Read More

How to Make Soy Milk and Crispy Fried Onions

It’s not that I’d run out of ideas for recipes, but the fact was simply that I needed to stock up on soy milk and crispy fried onions, and I hadn’t covered these recipes on Twitch previously, so I thought I might as well kill two birds with one stone (sorry again, vegans; I’m too tired to think of a cruelty-free idiom). Soy » Read More

How to Make Malaysian Satays and Ketupat

This is the episode that begins 20 minutes after we started cooking thanks to my vain efforts to save every last byte of Telstra data in case I ran out halfway through. There were 3 days left in my Telstra billing cycle with 95% of data used and one remaining Live broadcast to squeeze into it. I didn’t want to pay exorbitant amounts for excess » Read More