Learn how to make cendol with my step-by-step guide. Don't forget the pandan infused coconut milk and palm sugar syrup to enjoy your homemade ice cendol.
Rice flour, sugar, and instant yeast are the only three ingredients you need to prepare this classic Chinese steamed rice cake (bai tang gao), and a steamer!
Learn how to cook simple three ingredients no mi fan (Chinese savory sticky rice) in a rice cooker, essentially an easy version of bak cang, or lo mai gai.
Learn how to prepare wajik (Indonesian sticky rice cakes) with only 4 ingredients: white sticky rice, coconut milk, palm sugar, and pandan leaves. Vegan and gluten-free.
How to cook chwee kueh (water cakes) at home with a steamer or a microwave. These cakes are delicious with the generous amount of preserved radish topping.
Feeling homesick and craving for Malaysian clay pot chicken rice? You can make this dish easily with my recipe using a rice cooker, no clay pot required.
Fluffy and soft Japanese matcha steamed buns using rice flour so these steamed buns are gluten-free, on top of being delicious, and also not too sweet.
Indonesian bubur ketan hitam (glutinous black rice sweet porridge) is a delicious, sweet, thick, and very filling porridge that is always a popular choice for breakfast, tea time, or supper. Plus, this happens to be gluten-free and vegan friendly.
How to cook lemper, Indonesian snack consists of steamed sticky rice with spiced chicken floss filling, with an easy method to assemble lemper.
Ketan kunyit (turmeric sticky rice) and kari ayam (chicken curry) is a dish many Chinese prepares to celebrate one month old of a healthy baby.
Kue lobak (Chinese radish cake) is a steamed daikon/radish cake, a very popular dimsum item, and also widely sold as street food in many Asian countries.
Make hawker-style mochi coated with sesame seeds and sugar just like the one sold in many Asian countries.