Ayam golek – Spiced grilled chicken with coconut cream

Ayam golek – Spiced grilled chicken with coconut cream Ayam golek – Spiced grilled chicken with coconut cream Malaysian food has an intense depth of flavor that comes from the use of fresh aromatic spices such as lemongrass, ginger, and galangal. It is delicious and, once tried, soon becomes a favorite. The spice mixture and method of cooking here are very versatile. You could make it with a large whole chicken to be enjoyed by a number of people, instead of allowing one small baby chicken or poussin per person.…

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Penang laksa

Penang laksa Penang laksa Penang is a small island off the coast of Malaysia near the border with southern Thailand. Despite its small size, it has had a large culinary influence within Asia. The region is famed for its fiery hot curries and spectacular seafood dishes. There are many regional variations of the famous laksa soup; this one was one of my favorites.Ingredients – Serves 4–6.– 2in (5cm) fresh root ginger, grated.– 2 tbsp tamarind pulp.– 1 tsp sea salt.– 1lb (450g) whole red snapper, skinned.– 4 dried chilies, crushed.–…

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Chee pow kai

Chee pow kai Chee pow kai These morsels make a great snack and are fun to serve because each of your guests gets a small pile of packages containing tasty marinated chicken pieces. They could be served canapé-style to accompany drinks or on a buffet table as part of a wider selection. The packages’ contents are intensely perfumed with star anise and ginger. You could also make them using cubes of fish or pork, or some prawns. Or perhaps you would like them more spicy, or with a different combination…

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