Cuisine: Chong Qing, China | Prep Time: 20 minutes | Cook Time: 40 minutes | Serve: 2 to 3 persons
Mala Grilled Fish – origins Chong Qing, China. Famously made with the spicy and numbing Szechuan peppercorn. Mala has been around for some time now and I got introduced to this dish by my husband who is addicted to it! During this #stayathome period we couldn’t enjoy it in a restaurant, so to fulfil his cravings I’ve made my own homemade Mala Grilled Fish or some may call it Chong Qing Grilled Fish.
It’s spicy, numbing and fragrant, you’ll be hooked!
Another new and simple recipe, to cope with boredom at home! It’s definitely not easy in our current era where there is an abundance to do out there. But! I think we are all really grateful to have a roof over our heads with Netflix and Youtube, thanking all the medical personnel and essential service workers for keeping our world in control! Stay safe and Thank you.
In this weird time that the world is going through, I can’t help but think that everyone should focus on themselves and do things that they are passionate about. Spending time at home for such a long may be quite strenuous to your mental well being but do stay positive and try on new activities! Learn a new language on YouTube, try painting or a new recipe!
Here I am sharing with you a new recipe that you can do with your family or your housemates! Do it and go through it together!
‘Bergedil’ is a snack that is popular in Malaysia, Indonesia and some ASEAN countries. It is made of potatoes, minced meat and fried shallots, it’s loved by everyone and I’m sure you’ll love them too. Try it!
It’s been awhile since my last post! It has also been awhile since I really cook. Life has been really hectic for me but ain’t going to whine about it because I generally enjoys it 🙂 Life’s short, will just treasure every moment and try to stay positive.
Want some chicken wing goodness but not the hassle? This simple Honey & Ginger Chicken Wing recipe will simply fixed it. Anyone can make this! No cooking skill required for this recipe, it all comes down to preparing it and letting the oven do the job.
Hello there! My name is Madeline. Many of my close friends know me as Maddie. I was born and raised in Malaysia and I recently moved to Singapore in search of new adventures. I may not be a full-fledge chef, but I do love to indulge in cooking and eating.
My love for cooking developed during my primary school days where I was tasked to cook fragrant white rice for my family daily. I carried out the daily duty with a lot of passion till I was in high school, where I decided to take my skills further. I get my inspiration from online cooking shows and recipe books, which sometimes lead me to being hungry in the middle of the night. (more…)