Basmathi White Rice
Long-grain rice that is characterized by a light nutty flavor and floral aroma, and it's popular in rice pilaf and as a side dish for curry.
Basmathi Briyani Rice
One of the most important ingredients for preparing a delicious biryani. It has to be long and aromatic basmati rice!
Ghee Rice, Jeera Rice
Cooked with spices and a healthy dose of clarified butter, more commonly known as ghee. The taste and scent of this delicious rice will add a little something special to your meal.
Tomato rice is a drool-worthy, gluttonous gem on par with the biryani rice.
Moghul Briyani Rice
This regal dish, Mughlai biryani is fit for a king and was probably eaten by many.
Peas Pilau Rice
Peas Pilau Rice, made with basmati rice and peas, can be enjoyed as a satisfying vegetarian main or as a glorious accompaniment
Nasi Lemak & Condiments
Nasi lemak is a Malay cuisine dish consisting of fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf.
Kurma is a curry made using veggies or meat along with yogurt, coconut, spices and nut or seed paste.
It is a gravy prepared with toor dal/channa dal and raw mango/brinjal combo.
Sambar is a South Indian lentil & mix vegetable stew that is eaten along with breakfast or meal as a side dish.
This Indian meatball curry is savory, slightly spicy and full of flavor.
Vendhaya kuzhambu made with roasted fenugreek seeds and masala.
Dhall with Melted Ghee
Dhal is one universal Indian dish that transcends cultures, races, gender, old and young, serve in the restaurant as well as the ‘Mamak’ store at the alleys.
Rasam is a most basic and essential dish in a South Indian meal. It is commonly served with plain rice and a vegetable side dish. But it can also be served as a soup.
Spicy chicken curried in tomatoes and a variety of spices, cooked till soft and finished with cream and coriander leaves.
Chicken marinated with turmeric & chilli powders, stir fried with the golden trio of garlic-ginger-onion, and etc
Chicken Curry with Potatoes
Creamy chicken potato curry is a delicious, simple dinner recipe made with coconut milk, tomatoes and the spices you already have in your kitchen.
Chicken varuval is preapared from boneless chicken pieces cut into cubes. It is served hot and garnished with coriander leaves, accompanied with boiled rice or paratha.
Kurma is a curry made using various ingredients like coconut, yogurt, nuts, poppy seeds, vegetables/meat and spices.
Chicken rendang is slow cooked and stewed in the rendang sauce and chicken rendang recipe yields flavorful and tender chicken, with complex structure of flavors, with the intense aroma of the exotic spices.
Chilli Chicken (with bones)
Chilli chicken is a sweet, spicy & slightly sour crispy appetizer made with chicken, bell peppers, garlic, chilli sauce & soya sauce.
Chicken 65′ (with bones)
Chicken 65 is a popular spicy, delicious and hot South Indian restaurant style boneless chicken starter.
The crispy chicken is deep-fried on stove top and glazed in a sweet and savory honey sauce.
Tandoori chicken tikka is one of the most popular chicken starter or appetizer from Indian Cuisine. Chicken tikka is cubed chicken that is marinated in spiced yogurt mixture & then grilled to perfection.
This dish has its roots in Sri Lankan food - where curries are also extremely popular and are often characterised by coconut milk.
Chicken chettinad is one of the most flavorful chicken dishes from the South Indian cuisine. South India’s most flavorful dish made with chicken, fresh ground spices & herbs.
Super Crispy Fried Chicken made with buttermilk, chicken, hot sauce, and seasoned flour is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
Mutton Kheema Masala
Keema is minced meat that is popular in the Indian subcontinent and is used to prepare various dishes like curry, keema matar, keema paratha, keema samosa and kheema pav.
Mutton Perattal with Potatoes
Mutton Perattal with Potatoes is a spicy meat gravy that has potatoes cooked with lamb or mutton in a thick stew. Pair it with rice or naan for a gastronomic delight.
Mutton Varuval with Potatoes
Classic potato and mutton fry is a very famous south indian style side dish served for sambar rice or rasam rice, biryani and roti.
Mutton pepper fry is a delicious dish that is inspired by the south Indian cuisine. With a very sharp and versatile flavour, it goes well with Malabar paratha or rice.
Mutton Cutlets are a mouth-watering delicacy that are a favorite among the meat lovers.
The beauty of rendang is in harmonising the bounty of nature into a single mouthful; the gravy becomes the meat and the meat becomes the gravy.
Delicious, soft tender chunks of lamb meat in Indian style spiced onion tomato gravy.
Mutton korma is a dish made by slow cooking mutton along with yogurt, whole spices and spice powders.
Mutton Dalcha Bone
Dalcha is made with mutton and a little bit of mutton fat.
Mutton Bone Curry
Delicious and healthy mutton bones dipped into all spices and homemade garam masala powder with nice aroma.
Mutton Chops Coated in Breadcrumbs
Mutton Chops cooked in spicy masala then dipped in egg besan mixture then rolled in breadcrumbs and fried.
Fish Masala is prepared with wild sole cooked in tomatoes and Indian spices.
A delicious, creamy fish curry with goodness of coconut milk and full of chilllies, coriander and mustard seeds.
A great traditional Malay dish that is easy to prepare: perfectly fried whole fish with crisp skin and moist flesh smothered with sambal sauce.
Ginger Fish Sweet & Sour Fish
The fish is shallow-fried until super crispy and then drizzled with a rich and aromatic sauce that is loaded with colorful peppers.
Fried Fish, Fish Varuval
Delicious, crispy & spicy fish fry makes for a great appetizer or a side to a meal. A simple vegetable salad or sliced onion compliment the fish fry.
Fish Curry with Ladies Finger
This spicy and tart version of fish curry does not use any coconut milk. Instead, the tender eggplants and okra (lady fingers) lend a lovely creaminess to the dish.
Crisp on the outside, spicy and juicy inside, these Indian style fish cutlets are a snap to make. These salmon croquettes make for a great evening snack or party appetizers.
Ikan Assam Pedas
Asam Pedas fish curry is tangy, spicy, appetizing and best served with rice.
This is a simple Malaysian-style dish of deep-fried mackerel in a sweet and spicy soy-based gravy that is delicious served with steamed white rice.
Sambal Tumis Ikan Bilis
The spiciness from the chilies and saltiness from the anchovies makes this dish so delicious!
Prawns & Petai Sambal
Sambal udang (prawn sambal) really simple, with plenty of shrimps and the right balance of spicy, sour, salty, and a tint of sweetness from the freshness of shrimps/prawns.
Sweet & Sour Prawns
Chili and soy are particularly associated with prawns or shrimp, traditionally mixed with a sweet ingredient like sugar or honey.
Butter Prawn is a relatively Malaysian creation–combining the best of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and western ingredients, this is a knockout dish in terms of taste and smell.
Every bite is bursting with the briny flavor of the prawn, complex flavor of fiery sambal, and a citrusy note of kaffir lime leaves.
Prawns with Dried Chilli and Cashew Nuts
Prawn cashew nut stir fry is a version of the ever-popular chicken cashew nut stir fry. It’s quick and easy to prepare, making it perfect for a busy weeknight.
Prawn fritter (Cucur Udang) is a common street food in many places. These deep-fried prawn fritters are typically served as tea time snack.
Hard-boiled eggs are lightly pan-fried to create a thin crispy layer on the skin and then smothered in addicting sambal sauce.
Tender eggs are smothered in a super rich curry sauce with a tomato and coconut base.
Sambal Sotong is a true delight to seafood lovers. Tender rings of squid cooked in a spicy sweet sambal.
Fried Sotong Balls
They are nice little treats, ones that I particularly enjoyed eating, especially when they are dipped in a spicy condiment.
Fried Sotong Rings
The calamari is deep fried, extra crispy with a secret coating. It’s served with a simple tomato sauce as the dipping sauce.
Idli with Chutney
The texture of the idly made using rava also turn out very soft and nice. Idly rava is also called as rice rava in some parts of India.
Thosai with Chutney
Simple and tasty coconut based condiment recipe which is typically served in restaurants as a side dish. typically it is served alongside with various dosa recipes for breakfast
Appam with Milk
The appam is soaked in csweet oconut milk and then relished. The slight sweetness from the jaggery, the aroma from the cardamom and the richness from the coconut milk is to die for.
String Hoppers, Puttu
Diyappam is a traditional Sri Lankan and South Indian specialty consisting of rice flour (or finger millet flour called kurakkan ragi flour) that is squeezed into a press to form thin noodles, that are then steamed before being served.
Chapatti, Bathura with Channa Masala
Chapatis are made using a soft dough comprising wheat flour, salt and water. It is more finely ground than most western-style whole wheat flours.
Naan with Pudina
Perked up with a delectable phudina paste made of mint, cumin and other ingredients, naan turns into an appetizingly coloured dish with an attractive flavour.
Chutney and Channa
chana dal chutney an easy and simple spicy condiment chutney made with coconut and bengal gram lentils.
Roti jala is a popular Malaysian snack, a savory crepe consisting of flour, eggs, milk, and turmeric powder.
Tender eggs are smothered in a super rich curry sauce with a tomato and coconut base.
Naan with Tandoori Chicken
Served hot and brushed with ghee (clarified butter). It’s has a crispy underside and chewy bread bubbles. I love to tear off pieces of naan and use them to scoop up saucy main dishes.
Puri with Potato and Green Peas Curry
One of the most eaten across India is Poori with potato curry. Each region has their own style of making this curry with potatoes. Puri bhaji, poori curry and poori masala are some of the dishes.
Mini Mutabak Chicken
Murtabak is a pan fried folded flat bread that can be plain or stuffed with Chicken.
Mini Murtabak Mutton
Murtabak is a pan fried folded flat bread that can be plain or stuffed with Mutton.
The basic roti canai dough consists mainly of flour, water (or milk), salt, a little sugar and a whole lot of ghee, a form of clarified butter.
Roti boom (or bom) (bomb bread), a smaller but thicker roti, with the dough wound in a spiral. Served sweet, with sugar, and with margarine, or served with curry.
Vada is a South Indian fritter made from Vigna mungo (black lentil or urad dal). It is usually made in a doughnut shape, with a crispy exterior and soft interior.
Fried Mee Hoon
Fried White Bee Hoon is such a delicious one meal dish that you can whip up in a jiffy. A combination of rice vermicelli with vegetables and meat, it is very well flavoured and healthy.
Fried Mamak Mee
This noodles are popularly known for its sweet and spicy flavours with some nutty taste to it.
Fried Rice Kampung Style
Long beans, water convolvulus (kangkung), dried prawns and shrimp paste, which are always featured in Malay cooking are used together in this Malaysian style fried rice dish.
Fried Kuey Teow
Dish of flat rice noodles and tubular yellow wheat noodles fried in garlic, sweet soya sauce and lard, with ingredients such as egg, Chinese waxed sausage, fishcake, beansprouts and cockles.
Roast Lamb with Condiments
Lamb-loving cultures have been dressing up their meat with spicy, citrusy, or pungent condiments for over a thousand years.
Assorted mini sandwiches are always perfect for afternoon tea.
The wings are then air dried and rubbed with a potent spice mixture of cayenne, ancho chile, paprika, garlic, and pinch of smoked salt and baked until the tips are crispy.
Curry Puffs (Fried or Baked)
Curry puff or more known as karipap in my homeland country Malaysia is basically fried crispy dough filled with various of fillings.
Masala vada is a popular South Indian tea time snack made with chana dal, spices, onions & herbs.
Pakora are deep fried snack made with gram flour, salt, spices and a main ingredient like onion or a vegetable.
A samosa is a fried or baked pastry with a savoury filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, cheese, beef and other meats, or lentils.
Freshly deep-fried spring rolls are light, crispy and airy.
These sardine rolls can transform a very economic and common fish intο savory bites that can be served even in a nice dinner.
Doughnuts are usually deep fried from a flour dough, and typically either ring-shaped or a number of shapes without a hole, and often filled, but can also be ball-shaped.
kozhukattai or kolukattai is a festive South Indian sweet of steamed dumplings made with rice flour dough and stuffed with a filling of coconut and jaggery.
Deep fried goodness with the flavor of banana and cardamom adding a magical touch.
Kesari this is a quick mouth melting South Indian dessert made of semolina, sugar, ghee and nuts.
Halwa is a combination of nuts, milk, sugar, khoya and ghee with grated carrot.
Caramel Custard is a traditional French dessert with creamy caramel over silky custard. Made with eggs, sugar and milk, this custard has a quintessential taste and always reminds of happy times and festivals.
Fresh or dried fruit or a combination of spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and cardamom. It makes a great brunch dish, served with fresh fruit compote.
Gulab jamun is an Indian dessert of fried dough balls that are soaked in a sweet, sticky sugar syrup.
A chilled South Asian dessert made from slow-cooked rice, milk, and sugar, much like a rice pudding
Sago Pudding with Gula Melaka
Gula Melaka is the sugar from a coconut tree. Combined with coconut milk and poured over a sago pearl pudding, make this dessert a true delight.
Ice cream, frozen dairy food made from cream or butterfat, milk, sugar, and flavourings.
Ice Cream with Jelly
A good alternative to sugary jelly and the perfect treat for a kids.
Cordials are a combination of fruit, sugar and water.
Super sweet, super fruity, and guaranteed to be guzzled by kids everywhere.
Consists of evaporated milk or condensed milk flavoured with rose syrup (rose cordial), giving it a pink colour.
Made with a mound of finely shaved ice sweetened with sweet flavored syrup such as palm sugar syrup, sarsaparilla syrup or rose syrup and evaporated milk.
Bubur Cha Cha
This dessert—a medley of sweet potatoes (in yellow, orange, and purple color), yam (taro), black-eye peas, etc., cooked in a sweet coconut milk base.
Cendol is an iced sweet dessert that contains droplets of green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup.
Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured or fresh leaves of the Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to East Asia.
Masala chai is a tea beverage made by boiling black tea in milk and water with a mixture of aromatic herbs and spices