Archive for the ‘Seafood’ Category

Pipis recipe

2, Mar 2011

Australians call them Pipis, some would call them cockles/clams.   I remember my younger days in my hometown, Langkawi, I would walk across to the beach when it was low tide in search for some clams or “lala” (that’s what we call it in Malaysia).  The family would dig and dig with our feet (the easy [...]

Curry Prawns Recipe

21, Nov 2009

This Curry Prawns dish is heavenly delicious, you’ll want to have it everyday.  Here’s the recipe after the jump.

Wada name!  This restaurant has changed management and its name a few times, I can’t remember who was last owner.  I do hope this restaurant stays much longer.   The restaurant also serves Yum Cha and said to be really good.  Oh well, will have to come here the next time.  We tried what was recommended [...]

Chili Crabs

5, Jul 2009

I’m sure you’ve tried Chilli Crabs when you’re in Singapore or Malaysia.  Since mud crabs are available in season now, I thought I cooked up the famous chilli mud crabs. You can use Blue Swimmer Crabs too. It is so easy to make except the tedious task of  cutting up the crabs.  Here’s the recipe after [...]

I learned this recipe from my mom (Suz’s grandma). This recipes is very precious to me. Why? It’s because it brings back memories of my childhood years. Living by the seaside, crabs were always available.   My mom would always make this dish for the entire family (Dad and my other 6 siblings). After seeing so many [...]

(the array of seafood) Posting more food photos from Hong Kong.  This time, it is a seafood galore.  We had such a fantastic time at Sai Kung that it was the highlight of the trip.  The ride on one of those mini public bus was quite an experience.  If you watch any Hong Kong dramas, [...]

Jade Kingdom

13, Jan 2009

If you are looking for good Malaysian food (besides my mom’s cooking of course… ), either Nyonya or Hawkers food? Look no further… you got to try Jade Kingdom. The owner Chef is a Malaysian, sure guarantees to get great dishes, right? This little restaurant could sit around 40 seating. So, be sure to make [...]

Perut Ikan recipe

29, Dec 2008

Simply translated as “Fish Stomach”. This curry is accompanied by herbs and vegetables. It is difficult Nyonya dish and a long process to cook. Here is the recipe: Curry paste stock 2 tbsp chilli powder 10 shallots (minced) 2 tbsp minced lemongrass 1 tsp turmeric powder 1 tsp blue ginger powder 2 tsp belacan powder [...]

Chicken Satay Recipe

29, Dec 2008

Marinated chicken skewers accompanied by peanut sauce. Recipe: 600 grams chicken Seasoning for the chicken 1 tsp turmeric 2 tsp curry powder 5 shallots (grounded) 2 garlic (grated) 1″/half tsp blue ginger/”lengkuas” 2-3 Tsp sugar 1 tsp salt Skew the marinated chicken and grill. Gravy (Peanut Sauce) 600 grams peanut (pounded coarsely) 4 candlenut/”buah keras” (blended [...]

Otak Otak recipe

15, Oct 2008

I am re-posting this recipe as I didn’t like the previous photo.  Suz has taken another photo.  It was featured in an earlier post. (Otak Otak old pix). Otak means brains in Malay and Indonesian.  It is also known as Otah Otah and the name of derived from the name of the dish is derived [...]

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