This humble dessert is also known as Kuih Bakar Kemboja because of its distinct flower shape.
Pan-fried, then served with a dipping sauce, this dish tastes decadent and delicious.
Slow-cooked Norwegian Salmon is not just healthy but also best in bringing out the flavour in the salmon itself.
Leftover Mandarin Oranges lying around? Turn these into an iced or warm drink with loads of ginger, honey and cinnamon.
Fried garlic in sesame oil helps elevate the flavours of certain dishes.
Crunchy on the outside, warm and chewy on the inside, add to a Chinese-style clear soup or eat as a snack dipped in a sweet and spicy sauce.
Some are good eaten ripe, most are fantastic deep-fried and all make delicious fried mashed banana balls (Cekodok) when over-ripe.
While spicy, there is no curry powder or curry leaves used in the making of this heritage Eurasian dish.
Spiced hot chilli chocolate is not something new as even the Mayans of Guatemala in 460 A D were already enjoying chocolate with cornmeal and chillies.
Salmon is known to be beneficial for your health due to its high Omega-3 content and vitamin B.
Besides the main ingredient of ginger flower, the secret to this lip-smacking dish that truly packs a punch is prawn paste.
Rendang-gate created quite a stir when a judge told Zaleha her delicious Chicken Rendang wasn't 'crispy' enough. Here's another one of her famous dishes.
This mild yet rich coconut gravy pairs incredibly well with cooked-till-tender chunks of sweet pumpkin flesh.
All you need do is put everything in a pot, give it a stir, close the lid, press some buttons and wait a couple of hours for a hot, home cooked meal.
Cucur Udang may look easy but is a technical dish to prepare - you must have the correct ratio of flour to water, and oil for frying at the perfect temperature.
In this green apple ulam smoothie, the vegetables are minimal, so non-health freaks won't be scared off by the prospect of having to drink their vegetables.
The good thing about making stew in a slow cooker is that there's no need for stock.
This smoothie contains ingredients that help reduce inflammation, fight bloating and ease digestive problems besides promoting sleep and weight loss.
This recipe is so incredibly moist that there’s no need to serve it with extra cream on the side.
This smoothie is all you need to quench your thirst during this heatwave.
Slow cooked for four hours on a low temperature, you'll be amazed at how the flavours intensify.
Green Tea Lace Pancakes with Gula Melaka Custard is one dessert you'll keep making over and over again - it's that delicious.
Since mutton is a tough meat, slow-cooking it over several hours will result in succulent and tender morsels best eaten with rice or flat bread.
Black glutinous rice is believed to be healthier than brown rice and is suitable for vegans and health fanatics.