Tender melt-in-your-mouth pork bellies, simply bursting with a bold sweet and sour flavor. This is definitely one of the best ways to enjoy pork bellies.
Armed with pork chops and common Chinese pantry ingredients, let's make this delicious Peking style sweet and sour pork chops. Everyone will want seconds.
You will eat more vegetables when you cook lodeh (Indonesian vegetable stew in coconut milk). Perfect for festive events with lontong, opor, and sambal.
Kroket panggang/baked croquette (Shepard's pie) is easy to prepare and will bring a smile to everyone's face. Make this when you want a fuss-free kroket.
Making homemade Indonesian chicken meatballs (bakso ayam) at home. You can enjoy the meatballs as is, or use them in many other Indonesian recipes.
Tender and juicy steamed spare ribs with black beans like those from a Chinese dim sum. Now you don't have to wait until the next dim sum to enjoy this.
Red chilies, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, and lime juice are the key ingredients to transform a chicken into a bold, spicy, fresh, and citrusy dish.
Recreate the world's most delicious food (beef rendang) in your kitchen. Now you don't have to visit Indonesia or Malaysia to sample authentic rendang.
Tori misoyaki is Japanese grilled chicken with a miso-mirin glaze. Don't forget to prepare the onion miso soy sauce to serve with the grilled chicken.
Learn how to cook Malaysian assam fish curry that tastes just like the one served in Malaysian Mamak stalls. Don't forget to serve this with steamed rice.
Indonesian semur ayam is a delicious way to prepare bone-in chicken pieces and potatoes in a blend of spices, nutmeg, and kecap manis (sweet soy sauce).
Master this easy Chinese steamed chicken with red dates, then take it up a notch by adding even more ingredients such as ginger, shiitake, and goji berries.