Malaysian Style Char Siu & Wonton Noodle

Wonton noodle has always been my favorite breakfast and if I don’t know what to eat, my default go-to is either nasi lemak or wonton noodle. I always remember that my mom used to get me wonton with egg noodles tossed in dark soy sauce. There were a few slices of char siu (sweet barbeque…

Mashed Cauliflower

I have never thought that mashed cauliflower would taste great and could actually replace mashed potatoes. I can eat a lot of it during dinner without having the feeling of gulping tons of carbs in my stomach. This mashed cauliflower is seasoned with parmesan cheese and spices. You can pair it with chops of meat…

Taiwanese Braised Pork On Rice

Pork on rice is always a fantastic idea. I bet there is very few people that can resist braised pork on rice. Well, I can’t. Braised pork on rice is a very famous type of street food in Taiwan. Every shop and every housewife has their own secret to make this special dish. My initial/earlier…

Thai Style Pineapple Fried Rice

One of the best pineapple fried rice that I have tasted was in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I don’t know how but Thai people know their rice, know their seasoning and know how to give you a good plate of fried rice. I remember this pineapple fried rice I ate in a random restaurant in Chiang…

Malaysian Style Sweet & Dark Barbecue Pork (Char Siu)

Dark, sweet and caramelised are the words to represent this barbecue pork (we called it “Char Siu” in Cantonese). The direct translation of Char Siu is “skewer and barbecue”. It is being said that Char Siu originated from Guangdong, China. This pork that I made is the Malaysian version of Char Siu. It is different…