Brown “Nasi” Lemak

The word “lemak” in Nasi Lemak means fat / creamy; both of which are probably what one would avoid when preparing for a wedding. Having grown up in Southeast Asia, I absolutely love all things coconut, and the creamy coconut-ty rice in Nasi Lemak is probably my favourite type of rice (next to chicken rice)….

Almond Pear Tart

We’re not quite on lockdown mode yet as with some countries already are. Malls, bars and attractions are still opened, with caution of a 250 people capacity limit. Who knows when this may change, as with the constant breaking news you hear from all around the world. Because in the world of epidemiology, time moves…

Pan-Seared Steak with Red Wine Sauce

Juicy, succulent and tender, with every bite packed with a punch of flavour that leaves a yearning for the next, a beautifully cooked steak is the epitome of the culinary world. And yet, it is also at the same time probably the most cost-efficient dish in the history of fine dining. With the perfect cut…

Spicy Salmon Patties

If there’s one fish that I can only have for the rest of my life, that would be salmon. Raw or cooked, I absolutely love having fresh salmon… except that I do get pretty nervous about preparing raw salmon at home. But here is an easy recipe for cooked salmon that will certainly make for…

Rendang Kambing

If I truly am what I eat, I’d probably be 30% chicken, 30% beef, 30% pork and 10% lamb. Lamb is in fact one of my favourite meats, but unfortunately isn’t as widely available as I’d like it to be. Whenever an opportunity presented itself, I would most certainly jump at it to indulge in…

Dutch Baby Pancakes

Ever since I got my new cast iron skillet, these babies (literally) are my new go-to for breakfasts or brunches. No need for grocery shopping because you’d already have most of these ingredients sitting in your kitchen. (And if you don’t, I’m not judging) Almost like┬ámaking a cake out of a box, you dump all…