Make your own Malaysian satay paste in minutes with only 3 ingredients. A versatile condiment for your weeknight stir-fry and salad dressing! By Fuss Free Cooking

Make your own Malaysian satay paste in minutes with only 3 ingredients. A versatile condiment for your weeknight stir-fry and salad dressing! By Fuss Free Cooking

Sambal Eggplant (Aubergine/Brinjal) recipe - There are different types of eggplant–Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Italian, American, white eggplant, etc., and each variety is unique in its own sense. Regardless of its varieties and different names, eggplant is a superb ingredient that I have come to love a lot. #malaysian #eggplant

Sambal Eggplant (Aubergine/Brinjal) recipe - There are different types of eggplant–Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Italian, American, white eggplant, etc., and each variety is unique in its own sense. Regardless of its varieties and different names, eggplant is a superb ingredient that I have come to love a lot. #malaysian #eggplant

INTRODUCTION Per Wikipedia on Malaysian cuisines, it was stated that Nasi tomato or tomato rice : “Nasi tomato - rice cooked with tomato sauce or paste, milk, dried spices, and a sautéed rempah bas...

Nasi Tomato With Ayam Masak Merah (番茄饭)

INTRODUCTION Per Wikipedia on Malaysian cuisines, it was stated that Nasi tomato or tomato rice : “Nasi tomato - rice cooked with tomato sauce or paste, milk, dried spices, and a sautéed rempah bas...

Satay - grilled marinated skewered meat with spicy peanut sauce. The epitome of Malaysian Street Food. @Shannon Lim

Satay - grilled marinated skewered meat with spicy peanut sauce. The epitome of Malaysian Street Food. @Shannon Lim

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