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Malay wedding-style beef liver
Mrs Menon’s mango curry
Luncheon meat masala
Braised turmeric chicken
Sardine sambal
Simple tomato soup
Linugu tanggalung kinayan limau om bawing (Roasted eggplant with lemon basil salad)
Yellow chicken gulai
Aloo mutton keema
Terung Dayak with mackerel
Banana heart kerabu
Sweet mango chutney
Fried rendang
Creamy spicy chicken curry
Acar hu
Tau eu bah
Pumpkin masala
Umbut sawit in belacan
Paeh ikan keli
Ayam asam rong
Gaeng som
Shukto
Pekasam ikan
Granny’s chicken pongteh
Shallot prawns
Kangkung belacan
Hinava tenggiri
Fenugreek fish sambal
Chicken lihing soup
Malay wedding-style beef liver

Malay wedding-style beef liver

All you’ll need for a kenduri at home are a glass of F&N rose syrup, nasi minyak, and a hearty helping of this dish.

Mrs Menon’s mango curry

Mrs Menon’s mango curry

A sweet introduction to the world of fruit curries, this mango curry is perfect for an Onam Sadhya lunch.

Luncheon meat masala

Luncheon meat masala

Turn a can of luncheon meat into a spicy dish, a perfect pantry meal to cook before grocery runs.

Braised turmeric chicken

Braised turmeric chicken

When you want ayam kunyit but can’t bear the oily cleanup, turn to this braise instead.

Sardine sambal

Sardine sambal

Wonder why sardine sambal isn’t up your alley? Try this pre-frying technique and let us change your mind.

Simple tomato soup

Simple tomato soup

Zhuzh up your everyday tomato soup with spices and raisins for a flavoursome lunch.

Linugu tanggalung kinayan limau om bawing (Roasted eggplant with lemon basil salad)

Linugu tanggalung kinayan limau om bawing (Roasted eggplant with lemon basil salad)

A smoky eggplant salad to accompany a variety of meals, from rice to steaks, or as a part of an appetiser platter.

Yellow chicken gulai

Yellow chicken gulai

Chicken and coconut milk come together in a simple preparation of gulai kuning or masak lemak, perfect for a quick yet satisfying meal.

Aloo mutton keema

Aloo mutton keema

A versatile minced meat sauce that can be paired with your carb of choice for a complete meal or even a quick snack.

Terung Dayak with mackerel

Terung Dayak with mackerel

This dish is a common staple on Diana’s family dining table, as her mom would buy terung Dayak whenever they were in season.

Banana heart kerabu

Banana heart kerabu

Rather than raw, this kerabu includes cooked elements that result in something like a masak lemak.

Sweet mango chutney

Sweet mango chutney

Unlike many other chutneys popular in the Malaysian-Indian repertoire, this one veers sweet and makes for a great snack on its own.

Fried rendang

Fried rendang

Soft and tender chunks of meat without hours on the stove is not possible, but getting those spicy rendang flavours definitely is.

Creamy spicy chicken curry

Creamy spicy chicken curry

This version of Malaysian-Indian chicken curry uses store-bought curry powder such as Baba’s, but is taken up a notch with extra spices.

Acar hu

Acar hu

This Nyonya-style fish pickle ticks all the tasty flavour boxes: tangy, fatty, savoury, sweet.

Tau eu bah

Tau eu bah

Grandma Ong incorporates spices not found in the original recipe, bringing a Nyonya punch to this crowd favourite.

Pumpkin masala

Pumpkin masala

A subtly spiced and hearty side dish, unfussy enough for a weeknight. 

Umbut sawit in belacan

Umbut sawit in belacan

Umbut sawit is the young shoot or heart of the oil palm tree. Plentiful in Borneo from the plantations, resourceful locals have found that it makes for a terrific ingredient.

Paeh ikan keli

Paeh ikan keli

The Temuan way to cook this fish is over the embers of an outdoor stove. We highly encourage you to go for it if you have a grill.

Ayam asam rong

Ayam asam rong

This is a traditional recipe originating from Jerantut, Pahang, and has since spread to neighbouring areas in the state.

Gaeng som

Gaeng som

This dish, inherited from Banyen’s late grandmother, makes an appearance at least twice a week on their dinner table at home.

Shukto

Shukto

Leela’s late mother was the family’s ‘culinary comforter’, and taught her how to make this vegetable dish. Complex in flavour, this recipe takes no shortcuts.

Pekasam ikan

Pekasam ikan

Many kampung folks catch freshwater fish as a cheap source of protein, and pekasam is a way of fermenting a glut of a catch.

Granny’s chicken pongteh

Granny’s chicken pongteh

The slow braise of ingredients in this pong teh coax out every bit of flavour—it’s worth splurging on good chicken and soy sauces.

Shallot prawns

Shallot prawns

Between the char of the crispy shallots, the umami of the soy sauce, and the sweetness of the prawns, one really doesn’t need anything else.

Kangkung belacan

Kangkung belacan

This is quite possibly the best version of kangkung belacan we’ve tried—spicy, briny and still-crunchy.

Hinava tenggiri

Hinava tenggiri

Hinava is a traditional native dish of the Kadazandusun people in the state of Sabah, which is a method of cooking saltwater or freshwater fish using lime juice.

Fenugreek fish sambal

Fenugreek fish sambal

The star of this dish is fenugreek, along with the freshest fish possible.

Chicken lihing soup

Chicken lihing soup

Natasha learned how to make this dish from her mother (who she assumes learned it from her mother), and craves it on gloomy rainy days.

 
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