Salt Baked Chicken is a simple, hearty and very fun meal that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Imagine having fun removing the salt crust together and eating with your hands!
Want a burger that truly fill with salted egg yolk flavor? Forget about the queue at McDonald’s, we will teach you how to make your own salted egg yolk burger at home with as much sauce as you want!
Beef Rendang is probably one of the most iconic Asian meat dishes, and worthy of that claim. Our mix of freshly made rempah and toasted coconut adds a load of flavour to the beef.
Happy Hari Raya Aidilfitri to our Muslim friends! We have a treat for you should you be a fan of Belacan and it’s a really easy recipe. By marinating the chicken with belacan, it infuses so much flavor to the chicken that makes it so sedap and shiok when eaten. We also used a double fry technique to ensure more crispiness in the chicken.
The chicken is baked with turmeric in the oven, before adding it into the rempah. The combination of the spice and sweetness with the tomatoes is simply shiok, to say the least. We’d like to add that it tastes even better if you can wait to eat it the next day.
Roasting a whole chicken may sound scary. But using our method, you can easily whip up a hearty Sunday roast for the family!
Tonkatsu is a Japanese style pork cutlet that originated more than a century ago, wow! What sets this apart is the use of Panko – Japanese breadcrumbs which are light and airy as compared to regular bread crumbs.
Truly all American food, waffles with fried chicken has been a hit all over the world! Seriously, pair these 2 favourites together and you got something that’s both sweet and savory. The addition of maple syrup when serving just make it even more yummy!
Healthy eats need not necessarily be bland tasting, and by mixing some zesty flavours from MARIGOLD 100% Juice we’ve created a wholesome mason jar salad recipe that can be cooked, packed and shared with your loved ones.
One of the more popular ways to enjoy yong tau fu. This method of serving yong tau hu originated from Ampang, KL.