How To Make Kuih Nekbat (Rice Flour Cakes In Syrup) by Chef Rene Juefri

Kuih Nekbat is a delicate rice flour cake soaked in sugar syrup that's popular in the east coast of the Malaysian peninsula, especially in Terengganu and Kelantan. Masters of Malaysian Cuisine uber chef Rene Juefri, who's listed as one of the most influential executive hotel chefs working in the Middle East today, is originally from Terengganu, and » Read More

How to Make Vegan Yam (Taro) Cake

This iteration of yam (taro) cake which I made during my Twitch Live Asian Kitchen broadcast did not start out being vegan, but it became so when I realised I did not have anywhere near enough dried shrimp for it. I did have some minced preserved radish, however (the stuff you use in Pad Thai, and which I use in my Chai Tow Kway or radish cake), so » Read More

How to Make Crispy Sengkuang (Yam Bean) Fritters

  I’d be lying if I said I’d always wanted to learn how to make crispy yam bean (aka sengkuang aka jicama) fritters; they look vaguely familiar but I’m not even sure if I’ve ever eaten them. It so happened I had some yam bean dying a slow death in my pantry when I came across the recipe in the Nyonya Kuih Passions cookbook by Andrew » Read More