Malaysian Recipes (Cookbook)
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It was a lot of hard work and dedication as I cooked, styled, photographed, and wrote the entire cookbook while I was pregnant. Check out the above promo video to learn more about the cookbook. Every recipe is graced with a color photo and many of them have step-by-step picture guide.
Most importantly, all recipes are super easy, authentic, and deliver amazingly delicious results. If you love Chinese food, you must—and I mean must—own this book. Bee Yinn Low is a multi-talented writer and cook, and her easy to follow recipes along with her own beautiful photography makes this a book you will reach for over and over again.
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Malay food is known to be strong, spicy and aromatic. What does a Malay platter consist of?
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Interestingly, seafood is widely used in Malay cooking as much as chicken, beef and mutton as choice of meat. Some are fried and served dry while others are braised and served with gravy.
Vegetables are usually served raw with sambal belacan as the dipping sauce or stir-fried with dried shrimp as seasoning. Other herbs like galangal, turmeric, kaffir lime leaves, laksa leaves, torch lily and pandan leaves add flavour and zest to poultry, meat and seafood.
Dried spices, like fennel, cumin, coriander, cardamom, cloves, star anise, mustard seeds, cinnamon sticks, fenugreek and nutmeg are spices featured in this cook book, that are commonly used in Malay soups and dishes. The idea of The Malay Kitchen begun to take shape when customers sent in requests for their favourite Malay recipes. We saw the demand and took the initiative to develop this publication which is filled with traditional Malay recipes.
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Savour the intricate flavours of Malay food.