Malaysian Sambal Prawns and British asparagus stir fry

Malaysian Sambal Prawns and British asparagus stir fry

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Spread the loveIn Malaysia we love strong flavours and the Malay Sambal Tumis is one of the most versatile sauces as it can be used in so many dishes. The most common and popular use of Sambal Tumis is in Nasi Lemak, a Malaysian streetfood breakfast sold by ladies who set up stalls on pavements…


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Gingko, Barley, Bean Curd – Chinese Dessert

Gingko, Barley, Bean Curd – Chinese Dessert

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Spread the loveIn Chinese cuisine, we don’t really have that many gooey puddings and at the end of banquets, a sweet soup is usually served with something of a different texture like red bean or louts seed paste pancakes or little buns. At weddings, they would usually serve a version of either a red bean…


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Chicken Rice Chilli Sauce

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Spread the loveThe most important part of any Hainanese Chicken Rice dish is the chilli sauce that goes with it. The bottled chilli sauces just don’t work. Every single Malaysian dish has it’s own chilli condiment and the wrong chilli sauce just enhances the dish and the wrong one just ruins it. This is a…


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Medicinal Cookery – Anti Inflammatory Curry

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Spread the love Also at the Natural and Organic Prodcuts Show, Dale Pinnock was demonstrating a couple of dishes from his DVD. The first was a tasty Thia inspired Red lentil soup and the other was called an Anti Inflammatory Curry, which was basically a sweet potato curry. The soup was delicious but I thought…


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