How to cook Sarawak Kolok Mee

How to cook Sarawak Kolok Mee

When asked for what is the food that represents Sarawak, most of the local will answer “Sarawak Kolok Mee”. It is a simple noodle dish that is usually found at hawker stall beside the street. It is fast to prepare and taste appealing. Kolok Mee literally...
How to make Milo Popsicle Sticks

How to make Milo Popsicle Sticks

Popsicle also known as Ice Pop. It is literally a flavored Ice on a stick. You can make any flavor of Popsicle from any drinks or beverages. Today why not we try out Milo Popsicle ? Milo is a common beverage in South East Asia, found commonly in Malaysia and...
How to make Hong Kong Style Radish Cake

How to make Hong Kong Style Radish Cake

Radish Cake is not uncommon in South East Asian. It is also known as Turnip Cake. Radish cake is a typical dim sum dish for the Chinese.It can be prepared either Steamed or mix of Steam and Fried varieties. Hong Kong Style incorporate a fusion preparation of Fried and...
How to make Steamed Tapioca Cake

How to make Steamed Tapioca Cake

Steamed Tapioca Cake is one simple cake dish that even beginner can make. The ingredients to make the cake is very simple and easily to find and the main ingredient is actually just Tapioca from Cassava Plant. The Cassava Root can be found in some local market,...
How to make 9 layered cake

How to make 9 layered cake

The 9 layered cake is famously found in south east asian and can be found in almost every streetside in Malaysia and Singapore. The signature alternate of green and white with the top layer of pink is the classical Chinese 9 layered cake. Other color variation is also...
How to make Cotton Huat Kuih

How to make Cotton Huat Kuih

Huat Kuih is a local delicacy at the south east asian area, mostly in Chinese populated areas. The “Huat” means “prosperity”, and “Kuih” means “cake”. In this context, the cake is known as traditional Chinese steamed...
How to make Pandan Jelly Mooncake

How to make Pandan Jelly Mooncake

Mooncake festival is near, and you wish to make something simple to serve your visitors during the mooncake festival. Why no make some Pandan Jelly Mooncake ? It is tasty, cold to the bite and chill your mouth in the warm days. The crystal look with good contrast...