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Our recipe of the week is from Malaysia. Try your hand at Nasi Ulam, which is a mixture of rice and herbs. #NasiUlam #Malaysia #Recipe For more info: rasamalaysia.com

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Pickled Chilies

Pickled green chili is a popular condiment that accompanies many Southeast Asian street food and Asian noodle dishes. The tartness from the rice vinegar and the pickled green chilies are best served with char hor fun, rad na, fried vermicelli, dry wonton noodles, etc. Have these for your guest for your Chinese New Years feast.

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Thai Panang Curry with Beef

Thai Panang Curry with Beef - n authentic Panang curry is fried in thick coconut cream as opposed to boiling, as in the Red curries, providing a thick, creamy, soup-like gravy. #thai

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Singapore Hokkien Mee

Hokkien Mee, Malaysian Chinese stir-fried noodles with seafood. #malaysia #chinese

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16 Best Singapore Hawker Foods

16 Best Singapore Hawker Foods :http://www.jetsettingbirds.com/16-best-singapore-hawker-foods/

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Malaysian Rendang

Lamb Rendang (Spicy Lamb Curry) recipe - Rendang is a mildly spicy, rich and flavorful, semi-dry curry that is popular throughout the South-East Asian region and is one of the main dishes that is served during Malay weddings and festivities. #malaysian #lamb

Asian Chilli Paste - Sambal Tumis 参巴辣椒酱 In Southeast Asia, everyone is familiar with hot chilli pastes or sambal. Most homecooks would have their own variation to this sambal. Here's my sambal story and this recipe makes a good base to many delicious Malaysian dishes.

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Cantonese Style Water Spinach Stir-fry

Cantonese Style Water Spinach Stir-fry. w/ step by step photos

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5 must try Penang food

Penang is famous for its food. Each year I visit Penang to visit my relatives and the food there never cease to amaze me. It’s not just that they are good, but they are ridiculously cheap as well (although prices have gone up over the years – inflation is a pain in the butt). Influenced by the mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian culture, Penang is definitely home to some unique dishes. Here - I bring to you 5 must try dishes in Penang!

I love okra and I love shrimp, so combining the two in a quick stir fry with fiery chili sauce is a no brainer. And this being a stir fry, be extra sure to do your mise en place properly. The cooking needs to be done real quick, like in …

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Mee goreng

Mee Goreng green bean and tofu stir-fry; malaysian street food. Recipe by Yotam Ottolenghi

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Beef Rendang

The easy-to-make beef rendang is one of the most amazing curry dishes I'd ever eaten. A few specialty ingredients, from the Asian grocery is all you need to make it!

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These Irresistible Fried Bananas Will Be Gone in Seconds

Goreng Pisang. Melt-in-Your-Mouth Fried Bananas with coconut and dusted with icing sugar.

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Mango Sticky Rice

Mango sticky rice - a popular sweet sticky rice with coconut milk and fresh mangoes. This sweet dessert is very popular in Southeast Asia | rasamalaysia.com