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Cheesy Pillowy Ogura Cake

Cheesy Pillowy Ogura Cake

Learn how to bake a proper ogura cake with an impossibly airy and soft texture. This version with parmesan and cheddar is just perfect for cheese lovers.

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Kari Ayam Lengkuas - Galangal Chicken Curry

Kari Ayam Lengkuas - Galangal Chicken Curry

Curries and coconut milk are such a classic pairing that when I came across one without any coconut milk, it piqued my interest. The curry does look thinner…

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Curry Chicken Bread Rolls

Curry Chicken Bread Rolls

Ever tried curry bread? This is one of the more unique bread that you can find in Indonesia, Malaysian, and Singapore. There are not many bakeries selling this,…

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Ayam Masak Merah - Chicken in Tomato and Spices

Ayam Masak Merah - Chicken in Tomato and Spices

Ayam masak merah is one of the more well known Malaysian dish. This chicken dish has it all, sweet, sour, savory, and spicy. When I cook this, I can eat my…

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Srikaya - Egg and Coconut Milk Spread

Srikaya - Egg and Coconut Milk Spread

In Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, the spread of choice is not peanut butter or nutella, but srikaya. This delicious spread is made from a simple…

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Ayam Prune Pedas - Braised Spicy Chicken with Prunes

Ayam Prune Pedas - Braised Spicy Chicken with Prunes

For Indonesian like myself, I consider Malaysian ayam prune pedas as having a similar characteristic to Indonesian semur. Both dishes use copious amount of soy…

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Ayam Percik Malaysia - Malaysian Grilled Chicken in Spices (Baked Version)

Ayam Percik Malaysia - Malaysian Grilled Chicken in Spices (Baked Version)

It’s grill time people! Or, for an even easier option, use the oven to make this super delicious ayam percik Malaysia (Malaysian grilled chicken in…

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Bak Kut Teh - Pork Ribs in Spices and Herbal Soup

Bak Kut Teh - Pork Ribs in Spices and Herbal Soup

How to prepare bak but teh from scratch (no need to use prepackaged spices) just like the one you find in Malaysia or Singapore.

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