Nasi Lemak-Udek-Campur-Kandar-Tumpang-Tumpeng – Part 1

Remember that time Australian cooking show Good Chef Bad Chef did a segment on how to make Nasi Lemak (steamed coconut rice with condiments, and what some would argue is Malaysia's national dish), and then proceeded to cook Nasi Goreng (fried rice)?   When I shared it on social media, I found out many people didn’t even know what “Nasi” » Read More

Kontiki Restaurant @ Federal Hotel KL

Har Meen (Prawn Noodle Soup) I always tell new travellers to Malaysia that the best way to experience Malaysian food in all its glorious iterations and in air conditioned-comfort, is via the in-house restaurant buffets at international hotels. The variety is mind-boggling and the quality is usually top-notch. I had the chance to visit Federal » Read More

How to Cook Vegan Nasi Lemak

My latest M.O. is to troll the trolls with Bible verses. Everybody wins. Vegan Nasi Lemak - a) COCONUT RICE Ingredients: 4 cups jasmine rice Enough water to immerse rice to about 1cm above its surface 2 cups coconut milk or coconut cream 1 tsp salt 2 pandan leaves, tied in a knot (optional) Method: Rinse rice, then » Read More

How to Cook Nasi Lemak with Assam Prawns

I’d promoted this broadcast earlier in the day as one where I wouldn’t be speaking because I’d lost my voice, yet as soon as the “Live” signal came on started babbling like I always do. It seemed aside from a couple of coughing fits, that I'd managed to pull it off. Then I woke up the next day and realised what WebMD (where I get all my medical » Read More

Rice (30 Days 30 Asian Ingredients Series Day 3)

In this Live broadcast, I talk about the different types of rice typically used in Malaysian and Southeast Asian dishes - jasmine, basmati and glutinous rice. I also talk you through a foolproof way of making sure your boiled rice turns out perfectly every time and also give a brief description of how to cook coconut rice (nasi lemak). Full recipe » Read More

How to Make Nasi Lemak – Part 2

Chilli Sambal Ingredients: 2 Tbsp oil, reserved from frying ikan bilis (anchovies) ¼ cup onion, puréed ¼ cup onion, thinly sliced ½ chicken stock granules ¼ cup sugar 1 Tbsp tamarind extract 2 tsp belacan (shrimp paste) granules ¼ cup chilli paste (made from blended, soaked dried chillies) Method: Heat oil in a » Read More

How to Make Nasi Lemak – Part 1

Nasi lemak is the unofficial ‘national dish’ of Malaysia, and a popular breakfast item that you’ll find wrapped in banana leaf at street-side stalls. A number of side dishes and condiments go into this dish and they vary slightly depending on where you are, but at my restaurant I always served Nasi Lemak with coconut rice, cucumber slices, dried » Read More

Nasi Lemak Roast Lamb

Print PDF I'm playing around with embedded social media posts. This is one from my Google+ page. Which is a link to a Yahoo.com publication of my recipe. Then I'll probably share this out again across my social media platforms. It's like an Internet Russian Doll.   [mc4wp_form] » Read More